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    I know the basics.
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    If you're good with languages you can easily start to speak, listen and write at a fairly high level within a year. However, fluency comes from many years of practice, in my opinion, and can't be achieved in such a short timeframe.
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    I know the basics.
    Fluent, perhaps not. Intermediate/advanced? Absolutely. It'd require daily dedication, though. Try and spend at least an hour on it. To get started, try sites like DuoLingo... as you get more into it, try to learn vocabulary and verb conjugation as well as how to make things agree... It's a long road, but with dedication it's certainly possible. If you need any resources, let me know.
 
 
 
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