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Speaking Italian

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My husband and I are going to Paris and Rome next year and we are starting to learn the language. We will be spending most of the time in Italy so we started to learn Italian. Then wondered how we are going to speak it while in Paris because they speak French. What language are we better off speaking in Paris? I don't think I could learn two different languages in a year. Should we just learn the basics for Paris and still focus on Italian?

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