I'll be starting university pretty soon, and I'll be studying modern languages. But I don't know whether to go with the combination of French and Spanish or French and German. Considering that at the moment, my languages are English - B (English is my main language and I'm perfectly fluent in it, but it's the lack of a native accent that's holding me back) and Polish - B (I have a native accent, but then, I lack the vocabulary as the majority of my education has been conducted in English). Which combination would be the better choice in my case? I have also started to learn Russian in my spare time.
Answers are welcome in English, French or Polish.
Gaspar is right - you need an A language.
If EN hasn't become one despite years in the UK education system then it probably never will. (Is it really only your accent that's the problem? Most likely you also have some lexical and syntactical interference from PL)
So you should try to get some study time in Poland (a year or two) and get a PL A before you come back to a CI course.
answered 04 Feb '15, 04:33