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If online is what you are looking for, I can recommend Mango languages. It strikes a nice balance between the Pimsleur repeat-after-me and Duolingo's gamification. I was able to get it for free because my local library has an online subscription, perhaps your library does as well. If you prefer a more traditional approach, you can try the Foreign Service ...


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Efficacy : I'm not entirely sure. My first guess would be Italian as I agree too that Italian is a bit closer to Spanish than it is to French. However, as you are fluent with English, you might see if you pick French that there is a lot of similarities between English and French, and between French and Spanish. French has a lot of difficult grammatical ...


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I think that restricting your option to only professional translator you seriously limit your chances of succeeding. Far better approach will be IMHO to learn the best L2 you can, and find a job in area where you can use it performing other duties: hospitality industry, foreign trade, etc. This will pay the bills while you cover the gap: your skills growing ...


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