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This would be a choice made entirely on your personal situation. Practically speaking, unless you have a specific need for German, your chances of using Spanish would be much higher. But by all means, either language would be a great way to expand your mind and introduce you to another culture.

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You should definitely take French in school because Spanish is easier to pick up later and let's be honest French is great!

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I'd pick whatever you are better in. It is your choice anyways!:) I picked Spanish because i was more use to it.

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If you want to learn the Spanish language, you should take Spanish 1 if it is offered in your middle school. You can continue taking the course in high school as well.

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