I’m learning Italian, almost to 2,000 words. I would like to read in it and am starting to get a few sentences understood but they are beyond basic. Then again I just restarted in august after two years. The go I only learned 300 words in 3 months in 2016.
Back on point, so I will probably go further with Italian first but I was wondering if you learned a second language like Japanese, due to the variation of letters, would you be able to learn two languages at once without confusing them? Has anyone tried this? What were your problems or did you see any accomplishments or improvement?
It doesn’t even have to be Japanese, they have so much to learn, maybe Russian would be an easier one seeings it has a unique alphabet as well.
My outlook on it seems like the worse thing would be doubling your time and taking 30% away from your main language to do the second. So instead of an hour on one a day. Its 40 mins on one and 20-30 on the other.
Thanks for your feedback and answers, I really just want to here your own thoughts ideas and mostly your own experiences if you’ve ever tried doing this.