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    I'm starting my MFL and Film Studies course end of this month and we have the option to do one language which is the language we have an A-level in (for me French) or two where we would pick a beginners language on top of our current language (for me I'd pick Spanish)...I don't have any experience in Spanish and am not sure whether it'll be too much trying to do both as well as the Film Studies aspect? Any advice would be much appreciated
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    Why not start with one and then work out if you can do a second once you've worked out your study patterns and work load?
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    That was the plan however we have to decide at the beginning of the year so they can sort our timetables :/
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    If you're unsure go with one for now and do the second one next year. You have 3 years at uni and your primary focus should be your degree.
 
 
 
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