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  1. Welp....thanks for the feedback. Change 5000, I ended up getting into the Spanish class. Someone dropped it and timed it just right and got the open seat. Spanish isn't my first desire to learn for my first second language. But it will by far be the most useful for me. I will be living in the south in the US, tons of hispanics down here. And most don't speak English. So it will be very useful. Plus if I ever move abroad, I think I may be ending up in South America or Africa, since I can't do well with the cold weather anymore...LOL! Though I would love to live abroad in Europe someda
  2. I'm taking a college Spanish class. I want to do the class in-person, unfortunately they are only offering the class online. Any experiences, is it going to be more difficult for my introduction to it with it all being online? I understand this is how a lot of people learn another language...but this is for a class, and I'm taking other classes. So it's not like its at my own pace or I have all the time in the world to take however long I want to reach a certain point. Thanks
  3. L, thank you for the reply, it is very good and helpful! And thanks for the welcome! I'm totally with you about starting with a language I have a passion for. I have a passion for wanting to learn another language I suppose most of all. But no German or Japanese wouldn't be my first choices. But I do need to get two semesters of language under my belt for school. Once I'm at university then I will have more options. My first language choices I guess have a 'passion' for are Chinese and Latin. Spanish was a top choice mainly because it would be most pragmatic. Living in the Southern U.S. l
  4. Hello world...Ok this is another 'which language should i learn'....sorry. But it's a little different situation. I'm trying to hurry up and finish my transfer degree and go to a 4-yr institution to get my bachelor's. A couple schools I talked to one of the requirements is 2 semesters of a foreign language. That threw a curveball in my schedule plan. So this upcoming semester I need to take a foreign language so I can meet that requirement by next fall semester and transfer. So now its late into registration. The school offers Spanish, French, German and Japanese. I had planne
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