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    Learning two or more languages at the same time

    How do you keep up with several languages at a time?

    Do you have “spanish days” and “chinese days”, or do you just go on and learn so-and-so-many words of each language every day?

    I’m a bit stuck with two languages right now, having problems scheduling them evenly. But in order to achieve some better job qualificationsin the future, I actually have plans on starting a third language soon. Now I’m trying to find some inspiration about how to manage that

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    I have never been able to memorize large amounts of two languages.

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    I tried this method several times, but they were all unsuccessful. I find it very difficult to switch from one language to another, so I teach them separately. I admire people who can learn two languages at once. In general, I always had trouble understanding something new because I always had a hard time with everything. Recently I bought a Dutch dictionary from this website https://www.amazon.com/Dutch-Frequen.../dp/9492637340 on the recommendation of a friend of mine. This time it is surprisingly easy to learn. Maybe a month of living in Amsterdam made a difference. But I can't say it's a bad thing).

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