So, I decided to divide my languages into two main groups:Group 1
(and more specifically
I actually use (or have used) these languages in my daily life, either for personal or professional reasons. So, not only do I need to be fluent, but I also need to know very specific words related to business, technology, finance, etc. I'd like to reach a C2 level in all of them.Group 2
All other languages!
I learn them for fun, basically. I like using the language to communicate with people when I go to a country where that language is spoken, talk to people online or in real life, read the news, etc. So, there's no point in spending hours trying to reach a C1-C2 level and learning vocabulary I'm never going to use. I think I'll probably be happy with a B1-B2 level before moving on to the next language.