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My school offers Latin,Spanish and French.
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Chinese, German, Spanish and French
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French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese and Mandarin.
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french, german, spanish, latin, mandarin
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Just Spanish and French now, I think they cut out German.
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French, German and Latin
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french spanish hindu tamil gujurati or punjabi. French and spanish are compulsary but some students take another language like the other three
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Chinese, German, Spanish and French
Mandarin as an additional language for native speakers or do they actually teach Mandarin to those who do not know any Mandarin?My school offers additional gcse but they do not help you they are only for natives who need to prepare themselves for the exams.
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Mandarin as an additional language for native speakers or do they actually teach Mandarin to those who do not know any Mandarin?My school offers additional gcse but they do not help you they are only for natives who need to prepare themselves for the exams.
Nah it's for everyone , so second option. But I know like 2 people dropped it as it was quite difficult I think. Personally I do German and it's great.

Are you a native speaker?
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My school used to offer French and Spanish... now it's just spanish because they claim 'there isn't enough french teachers about.' My school sucks.
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Nah it's for everyone , so second option. But I know like 2 people dropped it as it was quite difficult I think. Personally I do German and it's great.

Are you a native speaker?
Not in Mandarin but in another language.You are very lucky your school offers mandarin I hate french but it is much better than Spanish which I dislike even more.
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Nah it's for everyone , so second option. But I know like 2 people dropped it as it was quite difficult I think. Personally I do German and it's great.

Are you a native speaker?

Not in Mandarin but in another language.You are very lucky your school offers mandarin I hate french but it is much better than Spanish which I dislike even more.I would love to do Mandarin.
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French, German and Spanish, but no one ever took Spanish because it wasn't available years 7-9 or for A Level
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My school offered French & German only.
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Just French. The odd person does German as well, but they had to do French early, which is why I didn't apply.
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only spanish & french and we weren't even allowed to choose both & they don't offer it at a-level flop
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only spanish & french and we weren't even allowed to choose both & they don't offer it at a-level flop
What about people who wanted to do languages at A Level? Surely that's discrimination?

If I ever have children, I'll expect them to be functionally trilingual by the time they finish secondary school. If not, I will have failed them in today's ever globalised world
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German and French.
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(Original post by super_kawaii)
What about people who wanted to do languages at A Level? Surely that's discrimination?

If I ever have children, I'll expect them to be functionally trilingual by the time they finish secondary school. If not, I will have failed them in today's ever globalised world
I've chosen a language at a-level (French - I think I'm the only person in my year who's chosen a language) and I have to go to another school. I think it's because there's only one spanish teacher and one french teacher, and between them they have to teach year 7-11, including GCSE, so it'd probably be too much to teach a-level, which sucks but I don't mind changing schools anyway
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spanish latin french
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