I am in a little dilemma that I probably need to sort out soon because the deadline is coming soon.
Anyhow, my classmates are thinking of learning Spanish.
Personally, I do think it's a good idea. After all, I have always wanted to learn as much European language as I possibly can (that's a personal goal of mine)
But at the same time, thinking about learning Spanish got me thinking about French.
I studied French before and personally, I do love it.
But I have left it alone for years and thus, it has deteriorated quite badly.
Therefore, a thought entered my mind. Instead of learning a new language, wouldn't it be better if I mastered a language that I learnt before?
That way, I can truly say I speak French because I will be able to speak it fluently.
Thus, I am torn between the two.
If I learn Spanish, I get to be with my classmates and it will be relatively easy since it's the beginner course. I won't have to sacrifice so much time and effort.
If I continue French, I get to pick up where I left off and master what I didn't master. But it will be hard because I am at the intermediate point where there is quite a few grammar rules and all that sort of stuff.
Or better still, don't study French or Spanish. Just go focus on my degree studies since it will be tough.
I really don't know.
But I left a poll down here so that you can let help me decide.