It depends on what you plan to do with it.
If you're in the South Western states where Spanish is spoken heavily, that's the language most likely to be relevant to your life. (The Spanish taught in high schools is the kind spoken in Spain, not the kind spoken in the new world, but there is enough overlap to make studying it useful.)
French has a certain social cachet that Spanish lacks. (I'm not saying that this is fair, just that that's how it is.) So if you want to be able to order at snooty restaurants without embarrassing yourself, go with French. Also just something to add, that French is the only language that is spoken as a first language on all five continents (minus Antartica)
If you want to see the world after high school, then studying the right language can make things easier for you. French will help you out in most of Europe and Africa. Spanish will be handy in South America and - of course - Spain.
Oh and if you're just after a good grade, then Spanish is supposed to be easier to learn than French is - at least for English speakers.
I personally think learning French is more valuable because every one takes Spanish so when you're looking for a job, you could be one of the few that know French.
latin, french, spanish, Italian
yes u do it is either spanish french or German
Algebra, a language like Spanish or French, science
french high school time table
La escuela secundaria is high school in Spanish. Spanish(Mexico): Preparatoria
Spanish Fort High School was created in 2005.
Spanish Springs High School was created in 2001.
In French, haut école or l'école is high school; le lycée is college, or senior high school.
It would be good to know Spanish and French or Italian and French That way you can teach more classes and get a better chance at a job.
Spanish River Community High School was created in 1983.
High School secundaria privada
No, but some of the languages can be difficult to learn. It is a major help if you are multi lingual as a child. And an "A" in High School French or Spanish won't make you a French Linguist or Spanish Linguist with a European posting.
French high school students attend history and geography classes, French, language courses (English or Spanish or German or Italian, or other languages : courses in two foreign languages are mandatory before the end of junior high school), physics, natural science, sports, drawing and arts, math, ...
Yes it is!
junior high school is called 'le collÃ¨ge' in French. Senior high school is called 'le lycÃ©e'
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the junior high school is called 'le collÃ¨ge' (masc.) in French. The senior high school is called 'le lycÃ©e' (masc.).
The name of the exam taken by French students after high school is called the Baccalauréat.
It's not French
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