I would like my children to learn a foreign language at some point. I always thought it was best to do Spanish, but I have a friend who is half Japanese and she taught them how to count in Japanese yesterday. Now I'm wondering if maybe Japanese would be better. Although it seems a lot more difficult and has an entirely different writing system. I think Spanish is more common but my husband has gone to Japan several times for work and never to a Spanish speaking country, which makes me think that for future careers Japanese may be more useful. Either way I'm not going to be much help, I took French when I was in school, and I love the language but I've never had any opportunity to use it other than a trip I took to Paris. I don't think I would do any other languages though because I know people who can help with Spanish and Japanese.
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