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    Hiya, I am going to study LLB course this September as an international student. In legal dictionaries, it appears that a lot of legal vocabulary is from Latin and French....I suppose it is necessary to learn these languages, but how? Should I begin with either of them, from some basic stuff? May I have some advice, please? Cheers....
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    Don't learn the languages for the sake of a few phrases, there's no need. The Latin is very much Anglicised anyway and we're getting rid of it. The French needs to go too.
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    (Original post by NDGAARONDI)
    The Latin is very much Anglicises anyway and we're getting rid of them.
    "We're getting rid of them" ey.. well.. keep up the good work there NDGAARONDI..lol
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    (Original post by Wings)
    "We're getting rid of them" ey.. well.. keep up the good work there NDGAARONDI..lol
    Bored again are we, Wings?
 
 
 
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