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    Hey guys,
    I know it's early on but I'm in year 12, currently studing Spanish, French, Latin and Politics. I am interested in starting a language like Italian from scratch, alongside Spanish, at university (not certain) and was just wondering if this would be too difficult?
    I love Italy and have been there several times, but would it be ideal to take French/Latin and Spanish instead?
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    Definitely possible at my uni (Lancaster) and there are a lot of people doing both a language from a level and one as a beginner
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    damn you like your languages
    if youre coping doing 3 languages at A level im sure you will be able to manage it, as long as you stay motivated it should be easy for you
    Spanish and Italian are kinda similar verdad?
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    (Original post by vessel)
    Hey guys,
    I know it's early on but I'm in year 12, currently studing Spanish, French, Latin and Politics. I am interested in starting a language like Italian from scratch, alongside Spanish, at university (not certain) and was just wondering if this would be too difficult?
    I love Italy and have been there several times, but would it be ideal to take French/Latin and Spanish instead?
    Lots and lots of people take up new languages at university alongside one they've studied at A level. Some people even pick up a language having never even studied one before!

    I really wouldn't worry about it. You're obviously talented at languages and if you really want to do Italian then I'd definitely go for it
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    I am doing extra curricular classes in French and German from scratch at Uni. Definitely possible & a great way of meeting PhD students and international students
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    (Original post by vessel)
    Hey guys,
    I know it's early on but I'm in year 12, currently studing Spanish, French, Latin and Politics. I am interested in starting a language like Italian from scratch, alongside Spanish, at university (not certain) and was just wondering if this would be too difficult?
    I love Italy and have been there several times, but would it be ideal to take French/Latin and Spanish instead?
    I'm doing French and Spanish for A Level and am applying for Spanish and Arabic at university. Universities offer ab-initio courses for languages because it's possible, especially for people who enjoy and are good at languages. If you're interested in Italian, go for it!
 
 
 
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