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We got given out our trial option forms out this week and I was having trouble with one of the columns. I was planning on taking advanced maths, higher admin, and crashing higher French, but out school is insisting we take at least four subjects. The remaining column has Spanish, physics (which I'm doing this year), and all the tech things like woodwork etc. Spanish is the only thing I could take but I'm planning on taking French too. What do you recommend I do?
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it is possible to do two crash higher modern languages just try not to get them confused with each other
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French and Spanish are actually very complementary of each-other, and you will definitely find doing both way more helpful than you'll find them confusing. This is especially true in grammar and to a more limited extend vocabulary, their distinct phonologies mean that confusing them is much less likely than you'd expect for such closely-related languages. Just don't try and add Italian or Portuguese into the mix.

Source: I tried, now I speak French and a strange pidgin of the other three
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