So here’s my dilemma:
I’ve been homeschooled for a few years now, because we move between countries a lot, and so I haven’t actually done a lot of the Irish curriculum. I’m planning on starting the two year Leaving Cert course in September. My problem is, I would like to study Law with French in University, but for that I would need to get an A in French in the LC, and I’ve never actually studied French before. Since the French course for leaving cert is continued on and built up on what’s studied for the junior cert, there’s no way I’ll just be able to start the language with the LC course.
Is there any way I can be anywhere near close to scratch for starting French with the two years of LC if I were to use, say, Rosetta stone and some Junior Cert books and study it from now and over the summer?
I know it’s not likely I’ll be able to do French and actually pass for the LC, but still, any help is appreciated!