Want to design yachts?The language choice

Discussion in 'Education' started by sele, Aug 8, 2011.

  1. sele
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    sele High School Student

    Want to design yachts?Market opportunities

    I'm a fourteen year old high school student and I'm going to be graduated in 3 years and I think I'm going to go to a naval engineering / naval architecture collage than I'm going to study on yacht design but there's a very important decision to make and I really need your opinion and advise,here's the problem:

    Which language is the best for this education,which one is more advantageous or which one can help me in the boat market?

    Your opinions and advices are very important for me and my education,please tell me your opinions and experiences.
     
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  2. peter radclyffe
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    peter radclyffe Senior Member

    *&^)(%@_)!huy#*(bgslox&#!
    you have little choice, after a while we all use this language
     
  3. jehardiman
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    I'd learn chinese....
     
  4. gonzo
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    Since you already have English, Chinese would be a good option.
     
  5. Landlubber
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    ....emmm, somehow, Peter is right, you will end up using that sort of language anyhow, so may as well start off with it......

    Mandarin Chinese if you are doing Chinese.......but you need to live there before even attempting to learn the language.....at least you will learn Peters language there easily.
     
  6. peter radclyffe
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    peter radclyffe Senior Member

    yup,its international
     
  7. sele
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    sele High School Student

    I already know English and French but I want to learn Italian too.Should I learn Italian?
     
  8. sele
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    sele High School Student

    What do you think about Italian?
     

  9. peter radclyffe
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    can you wave your arms,shout loudly and threaten everyone you talk to all the time, if you can and you feel comfortable with this method of discussion,then italian may be your path to riches
     
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