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Latin or French in high school? need your suggestions. thanks!

1976112219761122 Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
I learned Latin and French in middle school for two years, but now I can't decide if I will take Latin or French in high school. Any suggestions? thanks!

Replies to: Latin or French in high school? need your suggestions. thanks!

  • Rasputin_inRasputin_in Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    Latin "gave birth" to many different languages - english, french, spanish, etc. Learning latin can help you learn other european languages easier. French, you can use it in many countries and it can be a job boost as well.
  • judbeeskijudbeeski Registered User Posts: 94 Junior Member
    Both are essentially "dead languages" these days, but at least learning Latin root words might help raise your SAT verbal section scores? ;)
  • skieuropeskieurope Super Moderator Posts: 30,746 Super Moderator
    edited May 2017
    Both are essentially "dead languages" these days
    I'm sure the residents of France, Quebec, Belgium, Haiti, etc. etc. will disagree.

    Take whichever one you will enjoy more or has the better teacher or will help you in the future or reaches a higher level. Each has its own plusses and minuses, so in the end, it's a personal choice.
  • MYOS1634MYOS1634 Registered User Posts: 34,216 Senior Member
    Does your high school offer both through AP level?
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