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are a-level languages good for law?
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are a-level languages good for law?
I mean if you want to go into foreign law I assume they'd be good for that. A-level Spanish (and languages in general) give you lots of transferable skills. I'm in Year 13 studying Spanish A-level and I assume you're in year 11 deciding whether or not to take it? I do AQA. Spanish is the subject that teaches me the most about not only the Hispanic world but also the world in general and it is fascinating! for example, in year 13 you'll learn about immigration, racism, co-existence, monarchies and dictatorships etc... which has certainly helped to widen my worldview. Also A-level Spanish is actually really fun, especially studying a Spanish movie and book/play! Let me knowing you have any other questions.
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I mean if you want to go into foreign law I assume they'd be good for that. A-level Spanish (and languages in general) give you lots of transferable skills. I'm in Year 13 studying Spanish A-level and I assume you're in year 11 deciding whether or not to take it? I do AQA. Spanish is the subject that teaches me the most about not only the Hispanic world but also the world in general and it is fascinating! for example, in year 13 you'll learn about immigration, racism, co-existence, monarchies and dictatorships etc... which has certainly helped to widen my worldview. Also A-level Spanish is actually really fun, especially studying a Spanish movie and book/play! Let me knowing you have any other questions.
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are a-level languages good for law?
My mum studied Law and then specialized in "International law". Knowing Spanish made the difference! There are 24 countries where Spanish is spoken plus in many places such as California or Texas there are more Spanish speakers than in Spain! It is a language in a full expansion.
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