Hello! I am currently doing a PGCE to teach MFL although the only modern language I have is German. I am aware that the vast majority of posts advertised will ask for two languages - do I stand much of a chance of getting a job to teach only German? I am in Norwich at the moment and would like to stay in this area. I am doing an evening course in Spanish which started in September and will continue until the end of January, through which I hope to show myself willing to learn another language to be able to teach it. I would also be able to spend time on a course abroad, say in Spain, next summer. But I am still concerned that I am at a massive disadvantage by not having two modern languages. I did study Latin at university too, so I would also be able to offer this; however, ideally I would prefer to start my teaching career in a state school teaching German rather than in a private school teaching Classics. Otherwise I feel that there is a lot I am learning at the moment which is MFL-specific and which I would like to put into practice when I start life as an NQT. I also received a private education and would like to broaden my experience by teaching in a state school first of all at least and see where it takes me. At the same time I am conscious of the fact that in the current climate I can't be too choosy..... Any advice would be much appreciated!