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In elementary school, I began taking French classes (typical of southern Louisiana) and that translated to 9 years of learning the intricacies of French (much of which I've forgotten). I've always noticed similarities (in print) among French, Spanish and Italian. Similar conjugation, similar word and sentence structures, etc. Recently, I downloaded the Duolingo app and have taken on learning Italian. It's been on my list for a while, most notably after having seen Ford Vs. Ferrari. Anyone else delving into a new linguistic path?