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    I want to do A PGCE in Spanish as a main language( not a problem since I am a native speaker) but I have a doubt about the second language ( German, I quote directly:
    "2:2 honours degree or above. If you are not a native Spanish speaker, 50% or more of your degree content should have focused on Spanish"
    "A-level (or equivalent) in either French, German or Spanish."

    "You should also be able to speak a second language (French or German), beginners' level will suffice. Subject knowledge enhancement courses are available".

    Does someone know if that means that I have to have an equivalent for the A level of my main language ( in that case , no problem) or if it is referring to the second language. I have seen this in several British universities and I am not sure.
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