Should I take Two languages at GCSE level Watch

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I'm really interested and enjoy both languages (French and Spanish) and was thinking about taking both, however, I also think that it could be very difficult to get 7/8/9 in these.Any suggestions are helpful!
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You’re more likely to get good grades when studying subjects you’re interested in and you like, take that into account.

It may be hard for others if they aren’t completely enthusiastic about it, but if you really enjoy the languages then studying won’t seem like a chore
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I take both French and Spanish at GCSE and it's not too much work. They compliment each other well and have many similar words, although sometimes I get them mixed up because they're so similar. Honestly I find Spanish much easier to do well in and the grade boundaries are much nicer.
It's not difficult to get high grades if you're passionate about them and willing to put the hours in. Learn your tenses, do vocab on memrise and do practise questions and you'll be set. Just by doing this, I got an 8 in French and a 9 in Spanish in my mocks
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