^That's correct! And they're all great languages, although French is a bit harder than English (well, for me, anyway).
Yeah, it probably is. But a language's difficulty level also depends on what your mother tongue is. For example, I think French is probably easier for me than it would be for, let's say, a native German speaker, because Portuguese and French have the same roots. For example, bunshing, have you noticed how the guillemets (‹‹ ››) are almost never used in English texts? However, in Portugal they're used very frequently. Portuguese and French also share some orthographic rules, such as the use of C with a cedilla ("Ç").
spanish adjectives are after the noun (dunno for portuguese too)
french, it depends xD before OR after haha
Well, here in Portugal we use both types of quotation marks (‹‹ ›› and " "), but in different circumstances.
Oh, yeah, in Portuguese the adjective can be placed before or after the noun, depending on the context of the sentence. French is definitely a very intricate and charming language I love it!