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Learning 4 langauges at once to fluency?
I'm currently at an intermediate level in french and spanish, and I want to learn persian/farsi on my own. In a couple of months I am going to add Arabic. Is it possible for me to learn all at once to fluency?
- Anonymous10 years agoFavorite Answer
I am Lebanese, Lebanon is a multilingual country.
I know Arabic (mother language) , French ( because of the French mandate of 1925-1943 ) , English and Italian. I am doing this right now.
5 hours of Arabic, 6 of French, 3 of English and 3 of Italian.
You can do it to fluency.
Hope I helped you.
I'm pretty good at these languages so you can feel free to mail me when you have a question.
The Lonely One.
- milsonLv 45 years ago
In my enjoy, folks who attempt to be taught multiple language at a time turn out to be usually blending them up, mainly if the languages have plenty of similarities to start with (e.g. English and German, Spanish and Italian). A buddy, who already speaks four languages, is studying English and German at the same time, and traditionally mixes the phrases which are identical, pronouncing matters like "We're sprechin' over Autos."
- 10 years ago
I am yet to meet someone who'd be able to do this, yet nothing is impossible when it comes to a human mind. Maybe you are a language genius, who knows?
My experience tells me that learning even two unrelated languages at once creates an awful mess and as a result mastering even one of them becomes quite impossible.
- 10 years ago
that really depends one you. i read,speak and write 3 languages and can read Arabic if the proper punctuations are present
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- Anonymous10 years ago