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    So this year in in 4th year but I've went straight to higher French, and I'm kind of torn between going on to do advanced higher French or crashing higher Spanish next year in 5th year? I've not had any Spanish experience apart from a few weeks of it in school a year or two ago. I'm planning on studying languages at uni, most likely French , so I'll probably end up doing advanced French, I'm just not sure what I'm better off doing next year?

    I don't do languages but my friends do and they say that Spanish is really difficult to understand and remember all the terms for and they've been doing it through nat5 and higher. I think if you switched you might get mixed up between the two languages but it's your choice
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    Ohhhh **** that sound terrible enjoy 5th with an AH I struggle with Highers.

    I decided to crash Higher Spanish over doing Advanced French because I realised I'd rather be able to speak two languages, than speak only one in more detail.

    Right now I have:
    Nat 5 French - A
    Higher French - A

    And I would like an A in Higher Spanish too even though I've never done it before. I was originally going to do both Adv French and H Spanish, but they are taught by the same teacher and couldn't face having twice as many lessons with them.

    What will you choose/have you chosen?

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