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Thanks for your advice. My choices are Japanese and Danish, and soon maybe French or Russian, too.
How are you managing that? Or is that something to get used to after some time?
May 22,am 4 The switching problem is always going to be there. There is no end all cure for it unless you are autistic. Personally I would focus one at a time, then use your second language to learn your third.
Learning Russian has been easier for me when learning it from German rather than English, and switching is no where near chqt bad. I am learning for a long period one language, but not another.
If it goes with class room instruction or a lot of reading for examplethen it may be different. Borer are my two cents. Alternatively, you could study different languages at different times of day to ease the overlap.