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    What would be the essential languages to learn?



    For an English-speaker in Europe,my guess would be French and German.
    What do you say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary C. View Post
    For an English-speaker in Europe,my guess would be French and German.
    What do you say?
    Probably French, German and Spanish.

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    if you speak in english and spanish you can go all the world with no problem, they are alweays understood to be most important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martin parra View Post
    if you speak in english and spanish you can go all the world with no problem, they are alweays understood to be most important.
    I am not sure you won't have problems being understood in China (except a few city people) and even in France.

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    Of course english, spanish and german but it depends on where you live (in which part of Europe) and what you do, obviously. I guess english is really the most useful..

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