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Just a curious question.

Which language would be more useful, Spanish or French.

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    i think it would be spanish

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    I think it would be great to learn both!
    As far as "usefulness", I think that would depend on where you live and maybe even on the kind of work you do (whom you have more contact with...)

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    If you live in the U.S., Spanish is the most useful since we have many Spanish but few French speakers.

    However, in Canada the reverse is true. Check this site for statistics.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_Canada

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    Spanish is the easier to learn. Then, you can use it as a basis for learning Latin and French. In addition, because of the large Hispanic population in this part of the world, it will be more useful in employment.

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    I agree with what E.G and Ms.Sue said: It depends on where you live. Spanish would be more useful in America and French would be more useful in Canada.
    But if you're looking for the easier one, listen to Guru...Spanish!
    -MC

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