imbecilica wrote:Well of course I wouldn't be learning them each and every day - there simply isn't that much time. It'd most probably be 3 or 4 hours per language per week, if not 2-3 hours a week for each.
imbecilica wrote:En Australia llueve y hace frio.
¡Hola! Me llamo Chung y tengo dieciocho años. Mi cumpleaño es el doce de septiembre. Hoy es sábado, el veinticinco de julio 2009. En Australia llueve y hace frio. Lol and that´s pretty much how far I´m at with Spanish. Ah well, that´s a start.
Then you have Spanish and Portuguese. I've dabbled a little bit in both, and I can say that they are very similar, but still different, you're going to run into problems like using uma instead of una in Spanish, or el instead of o in Portuguese. I really recommend that you start with one of those, then add the other one when you reach an intermediate level in the first.
dtp883 wrote:I'm not sure there is anything as too ambitious.
I've heard that Spanish and Portuguese are very similar and Spanish and Italian are very similar so that could cause you get to confused. But I guess it depends on you I'm learning French and Spanish and the pronunciation and writing are so different, I don't get them confused.
Neqitan wrote:Yes, Italian is very different from Portuguese and Spanish in both speech and writing. I can't really understand articles in the Italian Wikipedia in the way I can understand Portuguese Wikipedia's...
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