What a cute scene, seeing you guys quarreling over which language I should study. <3
Yeah, I think I'll procede with doing German instead of Hebrew. I need something fresh and new, I've been trying to learn Hebrew without much success for too long and I don't feel like trying again right now (sorry to let you down Luís
Dutch isn't going anywhere and I love degeneracy
. I'm not very worried about mixing the two languages up, I mean, even if it happened, I wouldn't consider it that big of a problem.
As for Yiddish, nah, I already have Cimbrian, it should suffice. Well, now I'm really tempted to do a wholly Germanic TAC with Cimbrian as the 3rd language and postpone Japanese to 2019. Well, I'm going to take some time to ponder this decision.
Car wrote:Based on what you post, Ladin already should give you a head start in German.
Thanks to Ladin I already have a grasp of the V2 rule for example. In fact, one of the reasons for taking up German is that I'll finally have a good comprehension of how Ladin was shaped by the contact with German (probably in order to have an even better knowledge of that I should pick the local Southern dialects instead of Standard German, but that's a bit too much for now).