The easiest language to learn?
I want to learn another foreign language.

Which are the easiest ones, besides English?
(612 replies)
Created 2012-12-31 15:42 by: AsterioN
Estonian language is the easiest
2012-12-31 15:43:28
LOL
2012-12-31 16:49:09
nice joke Sir!
2012-12-31 17:24:57
"easiest"
2013-01-02 00:10:35
Romanian it is quite hard to learn , the basic things are easy but to become good at speaking romanian is complicated and not easy at all .
2013-02-21 21:09:45
Oh wow thnx for the info man. But I just don't give a crap.
2013-02-22 08:45:12
First off all it wasn't for you specifically , and second if you don't give a crap why did you thank me ?
2013-02-22 09:59:27
Then don't reply to me. It was meant sarcastically.
2013-02-22 11:03:29
he has no brain.leave him be
2013-02-22 21:50:44
yea estonian's really easy to learn, just ask this guy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aU6VBTGjYkk
2013-02-22 05:21:44
Swedish language is the easiest
2012-12-31 15:47:46
..

Post edited 2013-01-01 04:08:25
2013-01-01 04:01:39
No, it's one of the hardest for alot of people.
2013-01-01 11:01:52
its pretty easy if you know english before, atleast writing/reading part. no need to go into talking as us finns cant even talk proper english xD
Source: mandatory swedish lessons in finland xD
2013-01-01 11:36:24
agree its germanic language so its pretty easy to learn like: germany,norway and netherlands.
2013-01-01 14:04:32
dude german is one of the most dificult languages you can learn.
2013-01-04 23:17:10
lol not really
2013-01-05 03:35:53
Yes it is, so many unique rules on which word to use in conjunction with others. Very difficult to get above the intermediate level in german.
2013-02-21 19:48:20
isn't it like that with every language? i think it's fairly easy to get on a decent level in german for some small talk and such ..
and of course it also depends on your native tongue. languages like dutch/norwegian/swedish etc. are more similar to german than french or spanish for example.

for some reason i've found also a lot of eastern europeans who thought learning/speaking german was really not too hard.
2013-02-21 20:01:43
I lold :D
2013-01-05 17:23:35
Swedish "sounds like greek" to me
2013-01-01 15:14:28
So u are good at it ?
2013-01-03 16:23:40
do you hear even swedish before u wrote this?
2013-01-04 20:44:44
yes i did hear even swedish and i found them odd
2013-01-05 16:19:26
I read it like "sounds like grek",
Sounds like me ? AWESOOOOME :D
2013-02-22 09:42:11
chinese

Chinese has not grammar
2013-01-05 16:03:04
english has not too..
2013-02-21 20:26:34
:) If you want to you can learn me :D :D
2013-02-22 16:29:00
Slovak is the easiest of course. Then it's Czech, then I think Slovenian, then maybe Ukrainian (though you don't actually need to learn Ukrainian unless you are for some reason interested in Western Ukraine), then... Serbian/Croatian perhaps?, then Russian I reckon, then Bulgarian/Macedonian, though that's where it starts to get harder. All the other ones are not so easy, so to speak.
2012-12-31 15:48:12
by: Puki
#11
Slovak language is not easy at all.

http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=200806..

The most difficult is grammar structure. Slovak language is the only one with seven grammar cases (nominativ, genitiv, dativ, accusativ, local, instrumental, vocativ), exquisite words, soft and hard "i", declension of adjectives and verbs, in other words almost each and every word in this language is being declinated. There are many other characteristics which are not found in other world languages. It is said, or estimated, that it takes about 12 years to learn it completely, but the linguists say, that there is no one on this earth who can speak this language perfectly knowing all the grammar rules.

Post edited 2012-12-31 15:54:21
2012-12-31 15:51:37
Slovak is like ulow skill in Counter-Strike, meaning that you can actually get some frags playing against those players even if your game experience is zero. And the same goes with the language, you can understand quite a lot even if you've never actually tried to learn it before.

Czech is ulow too, though it seems significantly harder. It's like Slovak on steroids to my ear.

Post edited 2012-12-31 15:57:47
2012-12-31 15:54:37
by: Puki
#16
Yes u can understand cuz ur from poland. But for nonslavic countries its very hard to learn slovak. One of the hardest.
2012-12-31 15:57:31
See, that's the irony here in case you didn't notice, everybody writes from their own perspective :-D.
2012-12-31 15:58:45
this ^^

And +1 on Slovak being easiest :)
2012-12-31 16:50:39
Yeah and for slovaks is easiest polish.
(Off course except czech)
2012-12-31 16:57:55
written irony usually sux and u gave the best example of it
2013-01-05 16:56:36
Maybe there's some truth to this. Thank you for sharing your opinion my dear.

Post edited 2013-01-05 18:40:26
2013-01-05 18:40:16
Bullshit. Why is norwegian the #7 easiest language to learn when swedish/danish isn't even on the list? Makes no sense. Those 3 languages should be right next to each other.
2012-12-31 16:03:50
danish and swedish grammar is way harder than norwegayn
2013-01-01 04:22:49
norwegian is danish pronounced in swedish.(not exactly, but if you think of it in a way it is almost true) so how can you say that?
2013-01-03 02:10:11
grammar is not the same as pronouncing stuff bro
2013-01-03 08:39:59
that, haven't sense
2012-12-31 16:26:01
so, it's like serbian basically :)
2012-12-31 23:29:28
same with serbian, the good thing in are alphabet is that we have 30 letters and every letter is a sound.
2013-01-01 17:13:27
Olny one you say? Ever heard about Latin?
2013-01-05 19:59:15
lol u must be kidding, slavic languages are really hard to learn

but anyway who the hell would want to learn such languages ?
2012-12-31 15:59:40
#19 :-D
2012-12-31 16:01:11
They might seem easy to you because your native language (I suppose you're Polish) belongs to the same group of languages. For a foreign speaker they are hard to learn due to a system of cases and profound word-building.
2012-12-31 16:00:46
by: 851 - <3 mSx
#75
WHAT :DDD
2012-12-31 17:24:11
Those are just plain true facts.
2012-12-31 17:37:11
by: 851 - <3 mSx
#88
Maybe for you because you are slavic, but actually slovak language/czech language is on of hardest languages.

Post edited 2012-12-31 17:49:01
2012-12-31 17:48:52
Maybe baby, maybe not.
#19
2012-12-31 17:51:24
lol who's here baby? or maybe kid?
2012-12-31 21:19:36
Maybe me, maybe not. You never know till you find out.
2012-12-31 21:22:18
wow are you retarded? He wants to learn EASIEST language and you are requesting Slovak language... Of course for you as a Polish it is understandable language but I can bet you can't write, read and use correct grammatical forms as it should be used. Whenever I meet Polish we understand each other but that is all I can do. That article from yahoo is correct. NO ONE knows Slovak language 100%. Everyone is doing mistakes.. teachers, linguistics and so on. Slovak language is truly hardest language ever made, period.
2013-01-01 14:00:54
Sure I can't, as I've obviously never tried to learned it. All I'm saying is, if i were to learn a foreign language the easiest ones would probably go in that order.

Or in other words, I'm sure that if I spent this much time around Slovak language as I did with English, I'd surely be able to write a book in Slovak. I think I can do that in English too now, though I'm sure it's gonna suck them balls pretty hard :-D.
2013-01-01 14:09:01
Maybe u maybe not:)
2013-01-04 21:04:55
you're wrong, serbian is very hard to learn for non slavic language speakers
2012-12-31 23:31:28
And who said what I was talking about referred to non-Slavic speakers?
2013-01-01 07:21:15
Or rather... Anybody else but me?
2013-01-01 07:21:55
slovenian is hard
2013-01-01 10:10:14
Serbian is the hardest language in Europe to learn. Much case, much words, grammar is hard but its one of the beautifull language 4sure. Croatian and Slovenian created from Serbian, its same, little changed.

Post edited 2013-01-02 16:04:52
2013-01-02 16:04:08
"Serbian is the hardest language in Europe..."
Now you're just talking jibber-jabber :)
It's not an easy language for every1 with a non-Slovak native language, but it's not exactly the hardest.
Among the hardest are Finish, Hungarian etc :)
2013-01-03 16:11:49
nice try
2013-02-21 20:28:04
evry man from slavian country can easy learn other slavian language. the same is with french language and english
2013-01-04 20:46:35
No.
2013-01-04 21:07:33
yez
2013-01-04 21:48:50
No, the relation that you showed is wrong. English and French aren't even grouped together as far as Indo-European languages major branches go, even though a large portion of English vocabulary is actually derived from French. Also, typical learning curves for different group of languages differ too.

Post edited 2013-01-04 21:59:52
2013-01-04 21:57:04
omg man i dont care
2013-01-04 22:12:55
Well, in this case I'll perhaps highly recommend you just to shut the fcuk up)).

Post edited 2013-01-04 22:17:08
2013-01-04 22:16:21
u cant even respect other opinion ;( sad. ure alfa & omega man. GG no re
2013-01-04 22:36:35
Where did my "opinion" come from then? Was a born with it, or perhaps at some point I must have accepted one of somebody else to then derive my own opinion from it? I mean, I simply have no words anymore.
2013-01-04 22:46:02
You should have said English and German or Spanish and French/Portuguese/Italian ..
2013-02-21 21:51:45
I've read somewhere that Croatian is hard to learn for many people.
2013-02-21 20:54:47
Danish
2012-12-31 15:48:47
Yea.. Good luck.
2013-01-01 11:21:43
looooooooooool
2013-01-01 13:24:10
Danish is pretty hard to learn, but gl hf ;)

Swedish, danish and norwwgian are almost the same langauge just with another accent. I think everyone almost understand eachothers in sweden, denmark and norway
2013-01-01 17:19:47
Depends where are you from. Languages from your native language family would be easiest for you.

F.e., if you are Czech, learning Polish is easier than learning Chinese.
2012-12-31 15:49:28
if you are Czech you dont need to learn Polish cuz u understand almost everything xD
2012-12-31 16:08:36
Tak je kurwa
2012-12-31 16:18:47
it's not true

Post edited 2012-12-31 17:17:29
2012-12-31 17:17:18
wiec nigdy nie gadales z polakiem...
2012-12-31 17:34:48
It's not so hard to understand spoken Polish...but written Polish is pretty jawbreaker. There is too much sz, cz, w (but "w" is quite often used by teenagers in Czech due "cool look")
One day some Polish asked me for right direction to Cieszyn, because I live quite near boundary (for others, it's Polish city), but I still thought he asks me if I am "Czech". Then he realized that I can't help him :( :D.
2012-12-31 17:46:44
i live near Cieszyn too in Bielsko-Biala and always when im in Czech i dont have problem with comunication :) Sometimes i laugh because u have some rly. funny words :) I even played mix with slovakian and czech players and we spoke in our languages and it worked :P
2012-12-31 17:57:23
Yes, you have funny words too. For example "to find", in Polish it's something like szukat? If you say "Ja szukam", in Czech it means "I have sex with..." (don't want to be nasty) :)).
2012-12-31 18:06:50
parek w rohliku = hot-dog
- poruhany (fucked ) = zepsuty (broken)
- ripadlo (something to fuck :)) = koparka (digger)
- "Zahlastana fifulka" = "Zaczarowany flet"
- trup (dead body) = kadlub (hull)
- ryhlik = pociag pospieszny
- czerstwe (not fresh) = swieze (fresh)
- sklep (shop) = piwnica (basement)
- pivnica (basement) = piwiarnia (beerhouse)
- obchod (celebration)= sklep (shop)
- oprava zavady = naprawa uszkodzenia
- vlak = pociag osobowy
- divka (whore) = dziewczyna (girl)
- szukac = pier****c
- kveten (april) = maj (may)
- kolo (wheel) = rower (bike)
- stan = namiot
-elektronicky mordulec (electrical killer) = terminator
-szmaticku na paticku (rubber on a stick) = parasol (umbrella)
-dupacky (nicy chicks dupeczki :P) = spiochy dzieciece





Post edited 2012-12-31 18:27:09
2012-12-31 18:17:21
Some words from your list aren't czech..and some are with mistakes...so:
- parek v rohliku = hot-dog
- porouchany (fucked ) = zepsuty (broken)
- rypadlo (something to fuck :)) = koparka (digger)
- "Zahlastana fifulka" = "Zaczarowany flet" - not Czech
- trup (dead body) = kadlub (hull)
- rychlik = pociag pospieszny
- cerstve (fresh) = swieze (fresh)
- sklep (shop) = piwnica (basement) - sklep is basement in Cze
- pivnice (pub) = piwiarnia (beerhouse)
- obchod (shop)= sklep (shop)
- oprava zavady = naprawa uszkodzenia
- vlak = pociag osobowy
- devka (whore) = dziewczyna (girl)
- szukac = pier****c - not Czech
- duben (april) = maj (may)
- kolo (wheel) = rower (bike)
- stan = namiot
-elektronicky mordulec (electrical killer) = terminator - not Czech
-szmaticku na paticku (rubber on a stick) = parasol (umbrella) - not czech
-dupacky (nicy chicks dupeczki :P) = spiochy dzieciece
2013-01-01 13:58:49
dupaczki :D
2013-01-01 17:24:17
this video is fake with that things :D
2013-01-02 20:06:48
:D
2012-12-31 18:17:33
my friend is from czech and his name is Jan, when I was at his place his parents called him honzie, I have no idea how it spells, could you explain how it spells and what it means? :P
2013-01-01 00:19:18
Honza is just another way how to say Jan colloquially. His official name is Jan but friends and family call him Honza.
2013-01-01 13:56:59
Honza sounds like that:
http://translate.google.cz/?hl=cs&tab=wT#cs/pl/Honza (or if this url doesn't work, use your google translate, choose Czech language and type Honza ;))
2013-01-01 14:21:10
hahaha :D
2013-01-04 20:50:51
went to cz during summer, after 1 week i understood everything. i'm from slovenia
2012-12-31 17:58:17
It's possible, I've never heard Slovenian, but probably it's similar to Croatian..? :)
2013-01-01 14:23:36
it's much, much more similar to czech and slovakian. infact, slovakian is the closest language to slovenian

also you must be quite a moron considering the fact that youve never heard slovenian...
2013-01-01 16:26:07
I've never heard Slovenian speaking, because everytime I was only traveling through your country.
2013-01-01 17:04:54
i've never travelled through eg. estonia but ive heard estonian so yea... ignorance :)
2013-01-01 17:28:42
I have no idea, where to meet somebody from Slovenia..okay? ;)
2013-01-01 18:15:52
by: MahpLTT - HLTV.org
#252
To be honest, this w is a bit outdated and used only by the.. Let's say teenagers with a much lower brain activity.
2013-01-01 12:21:44
Actually I did, I understand some words but I can't say I know everything 100%. When I was trying to watch some polish TV I didnt understand well, but when I was playing a cs mix with polak, he told me the same then. He understood some words like numbers and parts in a map, but we still talk in english on steam.
2013-01-01 14:03:06
That really depends on where exactly in CZE you live. People from southern Bohemia are not as fond of Polish as people from the northern Moravia ;) And even then, you don't get every sentence, probably not even half of the conversation, really.
2013-01-02 16:57:33
You are right :)

2012-12-31 20:35:07
not Dutch. Its pretty hard ive heard.
2012-12-31 15:49:34
If he can talk english and a bit german he can learn dutch :)
2013-01-01 13:13:51
In Norway, we learn german at school, and I can actually understand a lot of dutch because of that! not too different ;)
2013-01-01 13:57:26
lemme hear some then lol :p I think fluently dutch is harder to learn than fluently french or spanish tbh
2013-01-04 15:50:49
Talking and understanding is very different. I was taught some german in school aswell, and I too understand some dutch.

I can't speak dutch but with some study it wouldn't be too hard to learn. :)
2013-02-21 19:00:07
by: teco
#7
Funny how every answer is different.
2012-12-31 15:49:57
by: Sal2k
#8
I would say swedish, some words are similar to english :)
2012-12-31 15:50:41
+1
2012-12-31 16:53:04
Yes because both of them are nordic :)
2012-12-31 18:05:33
Germanic*
2012-12-31 23:21:13
Is swedish really easy? I want to know because I want to go on college in Sweden (I know english pretty good, I can communicate and I understand english as well, although my problem is grammar and writing:D ) About my German language well, I hate that language and I am learning it just because I have to but I heard swedish is really similiar with German, is it true?
2013-01-01 14:34:15
Yes, is it very easy. Im not swedish, i moved to sweden when i was ten years old, i could speak fluently after 3-4 months, so I say swedish is pretty easy :)

Post edited 2013-01-01 23:09:18
2013-01-01 23:08:54
Thanks. Nice to hear :)
2013-01-05 20:19:28
Maybe spanish
2012-12-31 15:51:04
agree
2012-12-31 16:09:40
+1 :D
2012-12-31 16:23:28
Not at all.
2012-12-31 16:46:21
Spanish and portuguese are similar :D so ... would be easy for you, i guess :P
2012-12-31 23:13:45
Yeah it's not that hard for people who know portuguese, but for others portuguese/spanish aren't very easy :)
2013-01-01 00:05:08
They are easier than many other
2013-01-01 17:22:36
in terms of speaking portuguese is way harder than spanish , because the portuguese language has 14 "speaking" vowels
2013-01-03 15:28:19
esti bici
2013-02-22 20:00:43
cap de pula~
2013-02-22 22:10:30
pretty easy, at least for us french.
2012-12-31 17:58:07
Pronunciation is, on the other hand, not very easy for french
2013-01-01 17:23:34
for us portuguese too, probably same with italian. Latin languages, french and italians aren't difficult either
2013-01-05 02:29:40
yep, true
2013-01-05 20:36:52
Yes it is... Italian also...
2012-12-31 18:11:36
No it's fucking not. Goddamnit that language is hard.
2013-01-01 11:07:17
agree, spanish are quite easy to learn :)
2013-01-01 13:06:38
ye kinda true or german :)
2013-01-01 13:24:50
german? no way.. I myself have been learning it for 5 years now and still can't speak it perfectly (even though I speak 5 languages)

Life is too short to learn German. - Richard Porson
2013-01-01 15:25:18
oh well.. i find german pretty easy to learn.. :)
2013-01-01 15:42:22
maybe because you are a dane? :D
2013-01-01 16:10:01
i moved to germany from poland with 12. and after 2years i have spoked german fluently. But first 3-4 years i didnt known other poles around so i hanged on with germans in shool etc.
2013-01-04 21:00:58
I am living in germany for 4 years (moved with 13), I obviously speak german fluently, but I meant written german is very, very hard. I hang out with germans mostly and they themselves have their own difficulties with written language. (Gymnasium, keine Hauptschule ^^).
2013-01-04 21:08:54
i doesnt say that german language is easy to learn. i have problems with this language till now.
2013-01-04 21:20:29
i agree xD

Post edited 2013-01-05 00:43:14
2013-01-05 00:42:38
Just easy for anyone who speak some kind of Latin language, just French, Italian or Portuguese .. =P
2013-02-21 21:55:14
English.
2012-12-31 15:51:31
by: GoMeZ - HLTV.org
#12
I would guess at maybe German, Spanish or Japanese
2012-12-31 15:51:52
Japanese u must kidding?
2012-12-31 16:06:08
well japanese is really easy for chinese speakers. just depends on your culture and how it connects to other languages.
2013-02-28 16:26:21
Spanish yeaaah ..but German ? noo xD
2012-12-31 16:09:36
If you know some English, German would be easier than Spanish =P ..
2013-02-21 21:56:20
German isnt easy at all, not even for Germans apparently...
2012-12-31 17:01:06
Good luck with that :)
2013-01-01 07:41:59
by: MahpLTT - HLTV.org
#253
Dude I hate German.
2013-01-01 12:27:21
Same.
2013-01-02 20:04:50
spanish? nope, grammar and verbs are REALLY annoying and hard to learn
2013-01-01 13:34:36
spanish 4sho

Post edited 2012-12-31 15:52:50
2012-12-31 15:52:39
Java :)
2012-12-31 15:56:07
by: Puki
#18
haha :D
2012-12-31 15:57:50
xaxa good one xD
2012-12-31 16:05:48
pwned :)
2012-12-31 17:05:01
Hahaha I think java languange is pretty easy to learn
2012-12-31 18:07:27
Lol :D
2012-12-31 18:36:06
php :)
2013-01-02 16:15:34
by: JJs
#17
Georgian
2012-12-31 15:57:48
The difficulty is getting the material to learn i presume.
2013-02-21 19:50:14
Serbian broz

"Write as you speak and read as it is written."
2012-12-31 15:59:35
same goes for macedonian and slovenian

of the three, macedonian is the easiest for me. i study it, i often have a feeling that it's serbian/croatian simplified for retards. :P
2012-12-31 18:00:42
acctually slovenian language isnt easy at all... we have singular,dual and plural... the difference is that other countrys have only singular and plural...there is no dual XD soo slovenian language is one of the hardest languages to learn
2012-12-31 19:12:54
i was refering to "write as you speak".

i know slovenian isnt easy, duuh :D

also: the foreigners i meet at the faculty usually say that the dual is one of the smallest problems regarding slovenian. its whole grammar is rather complex, not just the dual. besides, one can cope without using it at all, sad to say

Post edited 2012-12-31 19:26:06
2012-12-31 19:24:27
Same thing in Finnish..
2012-12-31 23:43:51
yeah, but in Finnish it is like this... whenever your are in a convenient store in, lets say, france, spain, ukraine, croatia, netherlands, whatever, you take a product from the shelf, you start to read the labels and sooner or later you know you will stumble upon a word you recognise for some reason, you know, it could be something latin, something slavic you know or germanic, whatever, though in Finland it is like wtf okay i have no idea what it says i cant even say for sure whether this thing they sell is edible or is it not :-D
2013-01-01 07:48:41
I had hard times reading and understanding your 101 words long sentence.
2013-01-01 09:03:17
There are commas though. Oh cmon, don't be such a pussy <3.
2013-01-01 09:14:03
I understood it quite easily. :o
2013-01-02 20:06:47
Same out here. Romanian is not that hard to understand if you are slavic or latin.
2013-01-02 16:22:07
I think the english is the easiest, because it's everywhere in common world and everybody knows at least few basic words and the structure of english sentences is quite easy.

,,English is also considered easy because it has no cases, no gender, no word agreement, and arguably has a simple grammar. The language is everywhere and can be heard, absorbed and used anywhere. It has short words, and verbs change only in the third person. Native speakers are very forgiving of mistakes as so many people speak it as a second language. This makes English one of the easiest foreign language to learn,,

Post edited 2012-12-31 16:08:32
2012-12-31 16:04:52
Yeah, but he asked for others languages - beside English :).
2012-12-31 17:49:33
I am not sure but I think that German might be the easiest language to learn mainly because the grammar in Germany is very easy to learn; they have rules for everything. It is actually a pretty smart and simple language if you learn the grammar.
2012-12-31 16:05:33
Agree.

But still there are some incomprehensible "things" for me.
2012-12-31 17:51:08
which ones?
2012-12-31 17:55:43
Der, die, das - especialy differences between singular and plural; capitals at beginning of nouns. I'm lazy to open "Sprechen Sie Deutsch" book and look up more nonsenses :)).
2012-12-31 18:03:37
yeah, I can imagine der die das is pretty annoying for non-native speakers since there seems to be no reasoning at all which gender a noun has.
2012-12-31 22:55:20
hm "der die das" are still ok, but what about "dem den des" in all cases. Actually I never got it well.
2013-01-01 13:40:57
I'm Macedonian living in Germany and in Macedonian we do have gender differentiation of words, but for some really fucked up reason only a small portion of the words are the same in both languages -.-
Now that's annoying :D
2013-01-02 16:18:46
CS LANGUAGE EAASY MEEEEEEEN
2012-12-31 16:07:50
Roger that !
2012-12-31 17:59:00
Spanish is easy i think
2012-12-31 16:09:33
Spanish i think
2012-12-31 16:12:50
French is by far the hardest
2012-12-31 16:17:18
french 4th easiest

http://www.thirdage.com/learning/5-easiest-languag..
2012-12-31 16:22:44
It's pretty easy to speak, but grammar, genders, a lot of rules and and a lot of things make french really hard to learn. Conjugation is also horrible to learn.

French is also for me one of the hardest.
2013-01-01 10:55:58
retarded article

lol at EN being the "easiest" language in the world when it has one of the hardest pronunciations from all European languages.

never seen anyone in the CZ speaking good EN (Maybe except for me but I am not Czech)
2013-01-01 17:49:54
No way. Even tho grammar is hard as fuck
2012-12-31 16:27:07
Je m'appelle Thomas, j'habite en Allemagne. J'aime le football et jeux vidéo.
C'EST QUI LE PATRON!?

yeah, my french lessons are paying off!! xD
2012-12-31 16:59:48
actually its: et les jeux vidéo :)
2012-12-31 19:59:02
oh yeah, that's what i mean. the french really like their articles! xD
2012-12-31 23:00:01
I liked the "C'EST QUI LE PATRON?" ahaha
2013-01-01 13:16:20
Nice dude !

Post edited 2013-01-01 17:59:52
2013-01-01 17:58:52
Not that hard

Post edited 2012-12-31 16:39:13
2012-12-31 16:36:58
If you're Algerian, french is one of the langage of your country. Pretty easy to learn a langage you hear and learn everyday
2013-01-01 10:57:16
iam learning french atm
wanna join la legion soon
2012-12-31 17:55:25
it's easy for us :P
2013-01-05 00:50:55
German, Spanish or Russian
2012-12-31 16:19:34
Yeah.. Russian.. and Chinese too. eeheh

Post edited 2012-12-31 18:05:22
2012-12-31 18:04:23
well, italian/spanish/romanian/portuguese are easy because they are latin and if you learn one of them then will be easy to learn another latin language (many words are the same)
2012-12-31 16:21:26
english everybody knows it
2012-12-31 16:22:42
it seems u dont
2012-12-31 17:42:42
y?
2012-12-31 18:09:41
"Which are the easiest ones, besides English?"
2013-01-06 18:28:17
ooh damn didnt read that lol :D
2013-01-06 18:37:52
German is actually pretty easy (compared to many other languages in the world).
One of the big advantages of the German language is you speak everything like you write it (unlike in English, French etc. ..) so that makes many things easier. The hardest part is the grammer yes, it is more complex than English but if you give it some time and really put some effort into learning you will see that most things really make sense!
2012-12-31 16:23:34
it's not like that, for example S at front is spoken as Z, v is fau, EU is OY and similar :), and for example Serbian is more simple because we have 1 voice for 1 letter, for example for "sch" we have Š, and so on... Grammar is pretty simple, and only problem would be cyrillic alphabet (similar to russian but more simple again :), tho we have latin alphabet as well :)
2012-12-31 16:30:54
S at front at front is spoken as Z? Don't think so, can't even find an example for that, maybe you can? :D
And yeah v is sometimes spoken as "f" or "w" but that depends on the words origin, some words aren't of German origin (like "Virus" for example) so the pronounciation changes but usually you speak v as "f". And things like "sch" or "eu" are composited sounds, it is true that this might be irritating for starters but there aren't many of them and you always pronounce "sch" and "eu" the same, once you know them it isn't a big thing anymore. :D
2012-12-31 16:44:12
for example sie, sind or idk sieben and rest :), agree for last part i'm kinda adapted now, but i'm confused always like should i use der,die, das etc... :D
2012-12-31 17:20:20
"sie", "sieben" etc. are normal "s" sounds, just compare it to words like "zeit" or "zahl", not sure what you mean.

the articles are really something different. i'm currently learning french i always need to look after le & la, always need to look up if the noun is male or female. xD
2012-12-31 17:52:05
We were learned, that "sie" or "sieben" are read as "zi" or "zibn".
And the words you've mentioned - zeit is pronounced as "cait", zahl as "cal" . So my nickname could be written in Deutsch as "presszott" :))
2012-12-31 18:00:24
i think we talk past each other, probably we have a different understanding of sounds. xD
you mean like the "c" in "cäsar", right? that would be correct.
and the s in "sie" or "sieben" you pronounce like the s in english words like "super" or "stone".
2012-12-31 18:21:31
he means 's' is pronounced like you would pronounce Zoey (first vocal) in english
so its like
s=z and z=c
2013-01-06 19:07:19
Yes, those "der, die, das" are annoying and also super-long composed words.
But still I've learned German faster than English (and faster forget :( )
2012-12-31 17:57:15
Yeah, and then you find your sorry ass in let's say, St Gallen, Switzerland as I did the other day and you think it's some variant of Swedish (on helium!) being spoken :-D. I don't speak German other than I can make sense of some basic phrases, though I'm just saying that the fact pronunciation differs so much from region to region (and I think vocabulary does as well, though to some lesser degree) is somehow a factor that you should take into account as well when talking about whether the language is easy or not to master.

Post edited 2012-12-31 18:58:41
2012-12-31 18:51:23
it is true that there is a great variety of different german accents but this is the case for every language/country i think?
and beside that every german should be able to speak the standard/high german.
swiss-german is different, they got their own alphabet/rules although it's nothing "official" and austrian people just have a weird pronounciation sometimes (no offense :p). ^_^
2012-12-31 18:58:26
Spanish, italian, serbian/croatian/bosnian
2012-12-31 16:25:11
i think you realy dont now much about serbian language... (ako neko od stranaca nauci nasu sintaksu ja mu skidam kapu a i ne znam odakle ti to da oni mogu da lako nauce reci tipa rasciscavanje i sl.) spanski je definitivno laksi pa cak i italijanski
2012-12-31 17:06:27
pa tako sam ih sortirao, nas tek na trecem upravo zbog toga, a da se ne lazemo veliki deo naroda kod nas ne zna padeze a kamoli nesto komplikovanije :).Misli se o osnovama o komuniciranju, ne o pravno/poslovnom recniku :)
2012-12-31 17:14:50
brate opet ne moze biti na trecem mestu...pogledaj samo koliko padeza imamo cak i ovi sa juga ih mesaju HAHAHAHAHAH
2012-12-31 17:46:49
He dont now ?

Post edited 2012-12-31 17:55:18
2012-12-31 17:55:07
slavic languages are among the most difficult to learn. especially proper russian and slovenian (i'm from slovenia but i dont think my opinion is biased - i study macedonian and speak croatian)
2012-12-31 18:03:27
I think the hardest is Arabic , Russian , Danishn, Chinese and Kabyle. The easiest is English ,Italian and German. I would add that if you want to learn something you will learn it !

Post edited 2012-12-31 16:37:47
2012-12-31 16:31:29
by: psaj
#48
what #5 said . If u`re an english native speaker then u`ll find it more easy learning germanic-family languages.
Learning romance and slavic languages will be harder for you.

2012-12-31 16:32:31
English, obviously
2012-12-31 16:34:14
Which are the easiest ones, besides English?
2012-12-31 16:39:04
oh sorry hehehe

maybe spanish then, im pretty sure that isnt portuguese :D
2012-12-31 18:03:57
Pascal
2012-12-31 16:47:54
German or spanish I guess.
2012-12-31 16:48:17
French.
2012-12-31 16:54:09
no way!
2012-12-31 23:24:47
yes way!
2013-01-01 01:24:36
xD
2013-01-02 03:36:30
xD
2013-01-02 14:15:01
Besides English, Spanish is easy to learn and it's cool.
2012-12-31 16:56:34
Really depends on your native language. Spanish people will find it easier to learn other latin languages such as Portuguese or Italian.
2012-12-31 17:02:52
italian, portuguese, romanian & french ;)

Post edited 2013-01-05 01:03:28
2013-01-05 00:54:50
spanish, italian
2012-12-31 17:05:00
german and dutch
2012-12-31 17:05:07
spanish and italian... ps: dont try serbian (too hard) xd
2012-12-31 17:07:40
mate, Italian seems to be very easy ;D
and once you learn it, you can easily go for spanish and portuguese.
The last of those 3 is the harder, but still easy
2012-12-31 17:17:42
by: 851 - <3 mSx
#76
ofc english
2012-12-31 17:24:55
Italian, french and spanish is really easy for western and north europe. For people in eastern europe Czech etc...
2012-12-31 17:28:51
python
2012-12-31 17:36:53
Guess Portuguese isn't that hard :)
2012-12-31 17:36:59
lol

It's actually one of the hardest bcuz we have various expressions to say one thing and vice-versa. And a lot!
2012-12-31 23:25:49
English, trust me
2012-12-31 17:40:54
english is stupid easy

you just put 3 words together and make all sentences
2012-12-31 17:42:24
i like english but i hate this rule too ;/
2012-12-31 17:53:00
french and spanish ofc
2012-12-31 17:53:37
I think that parseltongue: http://harrypotter.wikia.com/wiki/Parseltongue

nothing but sssss....
2012-12-31 17:54:34
creeper language: the easiest LOL

add a bunch of sssssssssss after the last word of a sentence LOL
2012-12-31 23:26:58
English for sure, lol guys thats why its common language

Post edited 2012-12-31 17:57:51
2012-12-31 17:57:37
Dude I live in Portugal and belive me it's one of the hardest ones to learn, at least comparing Portuguese to English, English is like a child comparing to Portuguese. ^^, One easy language for me is French, I'd suggest you to learn it ^^,
2012-12-31 17:57:57
É lixado porque temos varias expressoes para uma coisa e mesmo assim temos de ter cuidado com o que se diz XD
2012-12-31 23:28:07
the easiest european language is italian. most of you are completely clueless.

also, about english: if you're not a native speaker, it's easy to learn the basics to be able to communicate, but near impossible to master.

Post edited 2012-12-31 18:04:42
2012-12-31 17:59:27
european languages? can i smoke it?
2012-12-31 18:03:56
i dont really understand what you mean by that :)
2012-12-31 18:05:07
if you can't smoke it then it's not worth talking about

jk
2012-12-31 18:18:33
ah i see. ha-ha-ha. :D
2012-12-31 18:25:09
Haha memo mano, eu tenho 14 anos e vivo em Portugal já a uns 9, fui a escola aos 6 e agora tou no nono. Portugues e uma beca lixado ^^,
Feliz Ano Novoo !@@@
2013-01-01 02:15:17
grypsera
2012-12-31 18:05:48
English
2012-12-31 18:06:35
china very easy to learn
2012-12-31 18:09:51
teach us china please ;]
2012-12-31 18:22:08
In my opinion

Easiest : spanish
Hardest : indonesian or russian
2012-12-31 18:11:52
Russian? Don't think so. I know it's slavic language, so it could be "easy" for Czech, but still think Russian is easier than Polish...
2012-12-31 18:14:30
i'm pretty sure russian and slovenian are the hardest slavic languages to learn.

Post edited 2012-12-31 18:26:19
2012-12-31 18:26:10
I'd say Bulgarian, though... I don't know much about Bulgarian, though that's definitely the one I can make the least sense of.
2012-12-31 18:39:56
i study macedonian, it's very close to bulgarian and it isn't that difficult (comparing to eg. serbian)

bulgarian and macedonian have some weird grammatical things, eg. adjectives and nouns can end with -ta, -to, and -ot. it makes them sound really fucking weird, but that is very easy to learn. it took me 2 days.

eg. a faculty = fakultet; THE faculty = fakultetot

Post edited 2012-12-31 19:09:56
2012-12-31 19:07:35
For me Bulgarian is very hard lol.
My girlfriend is Bulgarian, to teach me 4/5 insults she needed about 2 weeks.


:o
2012-12-31 19:33:25
Honestly, I like russian languange coz for me its liar but the bad things that I don't really understand their weird character.
2012-12-31 18:57:48
I hate russians, but i love this language full of synonyms and many other things. And russian foul language just crazy, i love it.
2012-12-31 22:47:56
russian pff
izi
teach russian with me
bleat ( fuck)
syka (bitch)
poshel naxyi (fuckoff)
yeban (fucker)
eblan ( loser)
lox ( loser)
pozalyista ( please)
pzidec (sad)
ebatb tu loh ( epic fail)
2012-12-31 20:30:52
izi pizi ny tak zvychayno
2013-01-01 08:04:32
xaxaxa
2013-01-01 16:28:12
TbI EBPEPu?^^:d
2013-01-04 21:35:08
ebatb tu loh
2013-01-05 00:14:26
html > c++ >java script
2012-12-31 18:19:18
beast !!

but even if its easy (i dont think ) dont learn german awful language.
Learn italian its like such a beautiful language to heard (make effect on girl ) !
2012-12-31 18:27:28
Sanskrit - easiest language
2012-12-31 18:21:21
SLOVAK is definitely the easiest language to learn, most of my friends already know it and they didn't even try, they watched some fairytales for kids and now they know it perfectly.

TRUE STORY


Post edited 2012-12-31 18:22:39
2012-12-31 18:21:47
You don´t speak slovak? Kiddin´ me ?
2012-12-31 19:10:29
is this logical fallacy intentional or unintentional?
2012-12-31 19:34:48
umm why is that? let me guess OH MAYBE WE WERE STILL ONE COUNTRY WHEN YOU WERE BORN? Look on the internet and you should find that 1 out of 4 czechs below 25 years UNDERSTAND Slovak language. One out of FOUR. That is like pretty much shame when we were 20 years ago still one country. And saying that SLOVAK is easiest language to learn is just well-known czech trashtalking. You are clueless :)
2013-01-01 14:53:23
It is the easiest language to learn for me and for many others, it depends on everyone's own perspective.

You're blockhead slovakian as usual :)
2013-01-01 17:01:06
aha ty si kokot, kazdej v cesku rozumi slovenstine, a kdo ne tak ten ma tak 60 IQ max. a takovej clovek by se v zivote nenaucil stejne nic
2013-01-01 17:53:27
Navic je jasny ze pro cecha je slovenstina nejlehci jazyk kdyz je to v podstate stejnej jazyk. Divny je ze todle pises ses vubec slovak co hraje cs? Protoze komunita je propojena a tak 70% lidi s kterejma hrajes (pokud mixujes) jsou cesi jestli sis nevsiml.
2013-01-01 18:13:20
You have to write enligsh here, if you did not notice :( It is not true that everybody in czech understand slovak language. My sister moved to Prague 2 years ago and still when she wants a "listok na elektricku" Czech people look at her and they have no clue what she wants. And it is nice comparing from you real life experiences with counter-strike MIX friends... wow you are smart oh czech flag now I understand
2013-01-05 20:23:17
says the Czech :P , of course it`s easy to you because Slovak is so close to your native language
2013-01-01 17:33:20
yeah, also many polak people say it, i find it then very easy for most Europe, especially eastern (slavic) language native speakers

Post edited 2013-01-01 17:36:14
2013-01-01 17:34:38
say it for cheenese^^
2013-01-04 21:36:17
Polish ofcourse :D
2012-12-31 18:23:22
the hardest 4 sure :) its hard even for polish people
2012-12-31 18:36:02
Hardest language is the C++ and PHP i think , the Easiest is HTML SO EASY !
2012-12-31 19:00:59
HAHAHAHAHA, I got it :D
2012-12-31 23:27:50
C++ and PHP hard? I lol'ed...

try PROLOG , fucking nightmare.
2012-12-31 23:35:03
try brainfuck maybe
2013-01-01 17:37:09
+1 C++ hardest
2013-01-05 00:58:56
Italian.
2012-12-31 19:08:20
agree
2012-12-31 19:28:15
When I moved in Italy I knew only "Hi!", "How are you!"
After 2 months here people would never think I was Romanian.


6 years later, I can speak Italian better than most of Italians, so I guess is pretty easy.
2012-12-31 19:31:02
although romanian is a roman language :)
but yea, italian is quite easy to learn for eg. slavic people too
2012-12-31 19:36:49
Yeah :]

Auguri fratello slavico :]
2012-12-31 19:39:36
es facile per tutti, is that right ?I tried to say it's easy for everyone, but I have never learnt italian, i just know some words that i mixed up :)
2013-01-04 17:02:49
"E' facile per tutti".
Is not that hard, just a couple of weeks and you can learn it.
2013-01-04 17:18:24
mathematics

the language of physics, and therefore the language of the entire universe, since everyone can agree 2+2=4 (in base 10)

now the only thing we could argue is if base 10 is the best base , since an alien race with 12 fingers might learn math in base 12, but it's still the same math.

Post edited 2012-12-31 19:09:17
2012-12-31 19:08:56
we learned to convert between those systems in high school. shouldnt be too difficult
2012-12-31 19:28:01
man u got the point so easy.
2013-01-04 21:40:08
German ofc

French is very very hard imo.
2012-12-31 19:27:43
Esperanto

Such a shame its not used worldwide...
2012-12-31 19:34:45
wtf iz dat?

never heard of :/
2012-12-31 23:29:37
maybe so google glogli doodle would help
2013-01-05 02:31:59
I honestly thought that you was asking which we thought was "the sexiest language", if so, I'd definitely say spanish. "Papii"
2012-12-31 19:39:00
¿qué sucede papi chulo? xD
2013-01-05 01:00:11
I meant when you're having sex, "papi".
2013-01-05 22:14:38
depends, which languages you know ? i speak spanish, and somebody say to me that portuguese is realy easy if you know spanish
2012-12-31 19:42:01
cause its almost the same :D
2012-12-31 19:43:46
dont bet on it

you might understand what we say but depends on what matter you are talking
2012-12-31 23:30:15
I don't know, but spanish it's pretty easy for me :D
2012-12-31 19:45:43
lol why?!!11
2012-12-31 20:04:14
because american guys can learn it so this must be easy...
2012-12-31 22:27:19
i think japenese, chinese, korean etc.. cant even try to read it Oo
2012-12-31 20:00:17
English lol
2012-12-31 20:04:06
English of course.
2012-12-31 20:10:11
chinese of course
2012-12-31 20:26:43
You cant take it like that, everything depends where are you from, btw Estonian is a very hard language. Don't know even what to recommend. German might be easy, as it is some way similiar to english.

Post edited 2012-12-31 20:42:15
2012-12-31 20:41:31
arabic
2012-12-31 20:46:09
Polish
.
because KURWA you
2012-12-31 21:08:09
greek!
2012-12-31 21:12:17
Dutch is not that hard although it has its inconsistencies concerning verbs and articles..

Post edited 2012-12-31 21:17:23
2012-12-31 21:13:31
Dont even think to learn russian this fuckin hardest language to learn

Post edited 2012-12-31 22:24:58
2012-12-31 22:24:48
spanish for sure
2012-12-31 22:34:54
I don't know about teaching you the entire language, but I could teach any of you to READ korean text in one day.
2012-12-31 22:39:33
Depends on your mother tongue. (SVO, VSO, common lexical roots, etc)
2012-12-31 22:51:23
Spanish i think. If you manage to learn it, then Portuguese, Italian, and Romanian will be easier to learn (Or the same with Spanish if you decide to start with Portuguese / Italian / Romanian. I just picked up Spanish because, of those i mentioned, it is the one that has the most speaking people.)
2012-12-31 23:26:28
Spanish is actually the easiest one from the latin based languages. I hear and I understand pretty much everything they're saying but when I hear especially Romanian I don't understand shit of what they're saying.
2013-01-05 01:25:56
same happens to me with Portuguese and ofc i don't understand anything of Romanian except for some similar words :P
2013-01-05 03:56:22
Spanish, french and italian. :p
2012-12-31 23:40:16
I thought German was pretty managable, and I learned french in grade school; not sure how much of that stuck around.

I'm sure it has plenty to do with what you're already familiar with and how those rules match new conventions.
2012-12-31 23:54:28
German is pretty much advanced English.
2013-01-01 17:18:38
It's pretty pointless to ask it here. 90% of the repliers have no facts at all in their knowledge, just some random thoughts.

Just go to google and search for proven facts and actual data from trustworthy sites.
2012-12-31 23:56:56
English is easy, but not for its pronunciation. At least big contrast with my native language(lettish), as we pronounce most of letters diractly, a as [a], b as [b], but in english it`s all fucked up in comparison. A lot letters have reversed pronoucation, like "a" pronounces as [ei], while "e" pronounces as [i:], but "i" itself pronounces as [ai]. Don`t make sense to me.

Post edited 2013-01-01 00:07:27
2013-01-01 00:06:28
english ofc
2013-01-01 00:16:47
French for me. But only problem is that THEY HAVE A LOT LOT LOT words. For one thing they have milions words :D But grammar is so easy.
2013-01-01 00:19:23
french grammar is so easy ?

Best joke ever, mate ! Made my day xD
2013-01-01 11:02:58
I think it is really. I learnt it very fast but words are problem. As I said there are a million words for one in English or any other language :D
2013-01-01 12:00:20
Spanish/German

But id say it depends on where you're from. If English is your first language then French should be the easiest.
Dutch would be a nightmare to learn i think :D sounds like baby having a stroke
2013-01-01 01:50:19
It depends. German is pretty easy for us swedes.
2013-01-01 02:09:51
I have studied German, French, Spanish

I found German was the easiest, Spanish is alright and French for me was very difficult.
2013-01-01 03:21:41
esperanto, i believe
2013-01-01 03:30:17
easiest.

Spanish
Italian
Portuguese
Indonesian
French
Swedish
Danish
Norwegian
Hindi/Urdu
Turkish

Hardest.

1.Mandarin
2.Polish
3.Arabic
4.Hungarian
5.Japanese
6.English
7.Finnish
8.Basque
9.Lithuanian
10.Icelandic




Post edited 2013-01-01 04:09:21
2013-01-01 04:06:56
Did you learn all of those?
2013-01-01 04:10:15
Nooo, i know some spanish, danish, norwegian, turkish
alot of english, a bit of finnish, and some word in japanese/mandarin
2013-01-01 04:14:07
Dansk er sgu da sindssygt svært at lære, hvis man ikke kommer fra Sverige eller Norge :D
2013-01-05 03:43:34
English harder than Finnish? :D Ok...
2013-01-01 09:05:14
no, finnish is harder ofcourse. sorry i made a mistake ^^
2013-01-04 18:32:19
Hindi/Urdu? wtf .. they are totally different
2013-01-01 09:27:55
French easy ? English and Finish hard ?

/facepalm
2013-01-01 11:03:58
yes. english is one of the hardest languages to learn and pronounce. And finish is one of the hardest languages to learn, yes.

and dude, im talking hours. English is maybe not the hardest language to learn for us swedes. but if you look overall, english is so damn hard for alot of people.

example: swedish, it ofcourse depends where you are from. but lets say that you're fron norway. it can take you about 50 hours to learn swedish, but if you are from poland it can take 400 hours. and english for alot of people can take 700 hours to learn to just understand the words.

Post edited 2013-01-04 18:37:46
2013-01-04 18:30:47
if the english is so hard, so why are we talking in english now?? wheres the logic?
2013-01-04 21:45:42
the logic? most of us had english for at least 10 years in school, watched movies and series in english for many years and communicated in english for some years as well. of course most people manage english with that background.

you're not really that good at writing in english by the way, which is quite ironic.
2013-02-21 20:17:10
google a little bit about english language and then u give me right.
2013-02-21 21:25:42
If he puts spanish, portuguese and italian as easy it's like mandatory to put french too, because if you know the 3 mentioned above it's like you automatic know french. They all come from latin.
2013-01-05 02:34:24
Dont forget estonian
2013-01-02 00:17:54
yeah man i thin hungarian is the wirdes one. I mean every country Name of republic of poland is called: polska, polsha, polonia, poland etc and in hungarian poland means: Lengyelország

brain fucked :D
2013-01-04 21:44:04
easiset is probably kurwa's one, just put kurwa in front of what you learned, and you're done.
Don't say kurwo, other wise you're F##KED.
2013-01-01 04:13:10
kurwa tnx, it`s always kurwo nice to learn new languages.
2013-01-01 04:24:51
"kurwa" is not only used in Poland dude :D I guess most of slavic countries have this word in their dictionary :)
2013-01-01 14:10:37
in slovakia and czech.rep. is same but without "W"
just "KURVA"
2013-01-01 14:21:54
I know, im Polish, dude
2013-01-01 20:25:24
Indonesian is very easy
2013-01-01 09:36:16
Agree. Bahasa (Indonesian) has really simple grammar. But I guess in general asian languages (Japanese, Chinese, Korean) are quite difficult to learn. Other than that I'd say English is one of the easiest.
2013-01-01 10:13:52
Thought I might find someone I knew on here when I CTRL-F'd "Indonesian"

Post edited 2013-02-22 09:03:30
2013-02-22 09:02:02
Spa: El español es el idioma mas facil
Eng: Spanish is the easiest language

Spanish language is you speak everything like you write it

Hardest: Chinese, japanese or another asian language

2013-01-01 09:43:15
Omelette du fromage... FRENCH OFC !
2013-01-01 10:04:18
Omelette AU fromage.


:D
2013-01-01 11:04:39
;)
2013-01-01 14:01:28
My hole life was a lie :( Damn Dexter.
2013-01-02 16:28:22
english is pretty easy
2013-01-01 10:30:40
"besides English"... i dont know there is two sentence and u cant even read this?
2013-01-01 11:41:49
Though maybe it's that you just don't know you don't know? That would make sense.
2013-01-01 13:20:35
learn hungarian

realy hard but beatiful language.
2013-01-01 11:19:04
beatiful, maybe :D
but no beautiful!
fo my ears is hungarian like finish with bad accent.
2013-01-01 14:24:48
:DDDD
2013-01-01 19:12:31
+1 haha
2013-01-01 23:51:40
Language experts say that eventought Finnish is a very hard language, Hungarian is even harder.

Btw. Finnish and Hungarian both belong to Finno-Ugric language family.
2013-01-02 16:28:51
i know => ugro-finish
Finnish don´t sound bad, but i belive is hard. I like your hockey commentators :D
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtDu8En6Wag :D :D
2013-01-02 16:54:29
He's Antero Mertaranta. :D Everyone's favourite commentator in Finland. :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqRyUSw6WjY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uhYCIV53X0

Post edited 2013-01-02 19:59:38
2013-01-02 19:53:18
hehe :D
2013-01-02 20:58:44
When I hear a finnish guys talking to each others I always think they are hungarians, but it's weird because I don't understand shit. :D

Still, pretty funny how similar the two language actually sounds in speech. :)

FTR I'm Hungarian. :)
2013-01-03 15:22:02
:D
2013-01-03 15:31:08
negative laszl0
2013-01-02 00:21:26
one of the ugliest languages in the world

even German is pretty compared to Hungarian
2013-01-02 12:25:46
You are so wrong mate. :)
The hungarian language can express stuff no other language can. (Literature prooves my point.) Truestory.
2013-01-03 15:23:12
Well the only way to prove your point is to learn all other languages and then compare, and still you would be biased because you are from Hungary.

Logically it should be a language that has the richest literature.

Latin languages (French, Italian), Germanic languages (English, German) maybe Arabic and Russian too not sure though.

Probably the literary richest language will not be Czech or Hungarian.

I was not even arguing about that in the first place, I just said that it sounds ugly to me. I have been told the same from foreigners about the Czech language so there might be some truth to it.
2013-01-04 10:24:48
English is easiest of all.
2013-01-01 12:11:24
noup .... China
2013-01-01 13:04:10
Avatar language
2013-01-01 13:25:21
Hmm, I guess Dutch aint that easy since most people cant pronounce the G in our language :P or ch wich also forms a G sometimes, Example : school in dutch you say the ch as a g with this word, and in english you dont even pronounce the h in school :P
2013-01-01 13:33:17
Some arabic language :P
2013-01-01 13:35:05
seriously people it just depends what is your native language, if it's germanic, slavic etc. then other language from that group is easiest
2013-01-01 13:45:07
I say english fosho!
2013-01-01 13:50:26
English is one of the most complex languages there is. Easiest.. I'd say maybe Spanish
2013-01-01 14:04:06
Are you joking ??
2013-01-01 14:22:17
I guess it depends on your native language.
French 2 English and German 2 english is very easy.
2013-01-01 20:38:53
that only shows how bad english is. still the easiest.
2013-01-02 16:25:42
the guy who wrote that is either clueless or biased.
These are only minor difficulties, made even smaller by the fact that English is so widespread that it becomes almost natural to speak it properly

Most of these difficulties are also present in the language English derived from (the old forms of French & German.), which are not even the hardest languages to learn themselves.

Post edited 2013-01-05 15:35:14
2013-01-05 15:33:18
I'm not saying English is the hardest, just not as easy as people assume just because it's commonplace. Also it depends what linguistic skill level you're talking about - as you say the fact that English is widespread means that many speak it, but not necessarily to a high standard.
2013-01-06 17:17:42
you have a point indeed, it's not exactly as easy as people think, especially British English. But I still think it's pretty easy to master it at a decent level
2013-01-06 17:26:37
You got to be kidding me.
2013-02-21 20:25:52
You've got to be kidding me*. Point proven.
2013-02-22 03:08:13
I heard Korean isn't too hard (among the east asian languages)
2013-01-01 14:09:48
italian
2013-01-01 14:25:10
Spanish
2013-01-01 15:12:50
Arabic if you are a doctor.
2013-01-01 15:29:37
English ofc :D
2013-01-01 15:35:18
Your English seems to be pretty bad...
2013-01-01 16:37:50
by: dzc
#296
EVERY LANGUAGE IS HARD TO LEARN



CLOSE TOPIC
2013-01-01 16:35:24
russian lng easy to learn
2013-01-01 16:55:57
rofl
hf on the alphabet
2013-01-01 17:27:32
Yes, but for conversations "bljin" fills half of ordinary russians dictionary.

Post edited 2013-01-01 17:42:01
2013-01-01 17:41:47
ive learned all the symbols in 1 day. it takes a month to be able to read it fluently. so it's not such a problem.
2013-01-01 19:43:28
rofl my ass
Nah really, script is the easy part.
2013-01-01 20:42:37
I'd say French. It is by far the easiest for me..
2013-01-01 17:06:58
as I heard Spanish is one of the easiest beside English
puta for the win !
2013-01-01 17:26:55
I live in France 6 months per year and guys ... you must learn the french language, because most of french girls are pretty hot.
2013-01-01 17:57:08
Spanish verbs are hard.

The easiet is esperanto.
2013-01-01 17:58:25
For Polish speakers:

I speak perfect Czech and have just started learning Russian. Will it help me understand Polish better? (Do not really understand it now, maybe a little)
2013-01-01 18:00:29
well, polish is more similar to czech, not to russian, I guess because polish and czech are middle slavic languages and russian, ukrainian east slavics, however ukrainian is lie more similar to polish I heard
2013-01-01 18:04:43
Well I thought knowing two Slavic languages will help me understand other Slavic languages better than if I knew just one.
2013-01-01 18:10:15
there're some similar words in polish and russian but if I'd learn russian, ofc learning their alphabet would not be so hard for me I guess and maybe grammar neither but a lot of new words and how to speak it, but if some russian could be talking to me I don't think I could understand so much, maybe just single words, maybe I could know sense of his sentenses ^^
2013-01-01 18:30:02
Well, Russian and Ukrainian are grouped with the East Slavic languages along with Belorussian and some extinct ones, while Polish is in the West Slavic group with Czech and Slovak. Obvious stuff. But I'd say that even though Ukrainian grammar generally follows the patterns that you can see in Russian for example, it shares quite a lot of its vocabulary with Polish and other Western Slavic languages. In fact, I guess if you just plain spoke Ukrainian in Poland you'd sound like a retard, but you might be understood at least to some degree. There's obviously no point learning in Ukrainian though.

Post edited 2013-01-01 19:39:19
2013-01-01 19:31:48
Generally speaking, no. There are very few words that you may not be familiar with that are in use in both Polish and Russian. Plus there's quite a few which might sound similar, though they have different meaning.

H o w e v e r, it's said that once you master one foreign language, learning other ones is much easier.
2013-01-01 19:05:56
ON topic.

Every language is hard. Depends on your native language.

A lot of people claim *their* language is the hardest to feel better but harder does not mean better. English might be easier than Czech but it is also much richer and prettier.

2013-01-01 18:07:31
yep It really depends which country u live in, its different views at other languages, If you're spanish for example - slavic languages are very hard for you to understand and for example me as polish I guess I'd learn pretty fast other slavic lang
2013-01-01 18:14:11
i would suggest you to learn a language you can hear often.

english is that easy because we are 24/7 watching movies, listening songs w/e.
2013-01-01 18:47:50
Learn Spanish.

Easy pronunciation (Compared to RU, FR, EN)
Shares vocabulary with English
Spoken by like ~500 million people and growing
Rich in literary history
Will make future studying of Portuguese , French, Italian easier, all rich in culture and Portuguese and French have a growing trend.

Other useful languages: Russian, Arabic and Chinese maybe.
2013-01-01 19:02:47
the most hard lenguage is spanish bro,
if u know a word in X country, in Y country
will be different...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LjDe4sLER0
2013-01-01 19:37:22
español chileno siu jil qlo tan vios lo weta qlo que wa!
2013-01-01 20:06:35
jajajajaja
2013-01-05 01:08:10
Hindi
2013-01-01 20:05:41
html ofc ! :D
2013-01-01 23:09:32
hahhaha +1!
2013-01-01 23:52:27
for eastern europe, the easiest one is definitely russian language. Personally, i don't speak this language, because i'm too lazy to learn it (i know the letters and i can read very well).

Post edited 2013-01-01 23:17:28
2013-01-01 23:13:57
english lol
2013-01-02 00:11:08
spanish....2easy4me
2013-01-02 00:18:11
really? repeat the following word quickly: "esmerilemelo" xD
2013-01-05 01:10:19
why not romanian?
2013-01-02 00:26:42
Portuguese ^^
2013-01-02 02:11:29
spanish, italian, portuguese..
2013-01-02 03:38:00
go learn dutch

neuken in de keuken

(fucking in the kitchen)
2013-01-02 12:34:10
spanish and romanian. True story.
2013-01-02 15:33:03
polish the easiest
2013-01-02 15:36:40
lol
2013-01-02 20:03:00
Japanese

Post edited 2013-01-02 15:56:16
2013-01-02 15:55:12
Italian, Spanish probably
2013-01-02 16:19:52
english is pretty easy (on basic level), and the hardest is hungarian
2013-01-02 17:03:58
I doubt there is such a thing as a language that's easy to learn. It depends on your mother tongue, for example for Nordic/germanic countries learning English is really easy, while for me being French, Spanish & Italian sound much more natural. Some languages are just less different from yours.

Post edited 2013-01-02 20:01:22
2013-01-02 20:00:46
Agree. But Lithuanian is pretty easy for a lot of diff nationality ppl to learn.
2013-01-02 20:02:51
who wants to learn lithuanian lol
2013-01-02 20:09:56
Lithuania's neighbours?
2013-01-02 21:01:55
nope, lithuanian's neighbours are much better countries
2013-01-03 00:47:41
quit trolling dude you're not big enough for me.
2013-01-03 01:19:31
true story, who wants to learn lithuanian? more like russian, a lot of people
2013-01-03 01:20:24
"Who wants to learn Macedonian?" One guy stated Macedonian is an easy language to learn but yet no one's saying the same as you do about Macedonian's difficulty and tendency.

Post edited 2013-01-03 02:54:36
2013-01-03 02:50:37
It's always useful to learn the language of neighbour countries, many kinds of jobs lead you to be in contact with them.
2013-01-03 14:46:16
It doesn't have as big tendency as for example Russian but still a decent percentage of ppl tend to learn it if they decide to live in LTU.
2013-01-03 02:53:55
I really doubt that some russian want to learn lithuanian, russian is used in all soviet countries, at least most of the people know our lang
2013-01-04 15:13:11
most people near Russia, but outside of it, it's really hard to meet someone who knows russian.
2013-01-04 16:18:43
russia,ukraine,belarus,kazakhstan lithuania,latvia,estonia - most of people in these countries know russian at least a bit
2013-01-04 16:21:21
Off topic : Do they emigrate to Russia ?PPl from Belarus, latvia etc.
2013-01-04 16:25:06
I think they learning russian in school as secondary lang
2013-01-04 16:36:12
It wasn't my question :P, but i found on the internet, I was wondering if Russia has non russian people living in it. Polish, georgians, etc.
2013-01-04 16:40:05
I doubt about polish but everything is possible ))
2013-01-04 16:46:58
Poland isn't from USSR and I doubt they know russian even a little bit
2013-01-04 16:51:04
I'm not talking of language ><, it was an off topic, I was talking of immigration, nevermind :P
2013-01-04 16:55:21
I said you, I doubt some of them immigrate to russia, but for sure, there're some people everywhere, even a french can be in russia))
2013-01-04 16:56:39
Sorry I dont know english so much :P
2013-01-04 17:01:29
no problem :)
2013-01-04 17:03:35
I can't say that they are massively immigrating to here, but some of them come here for a work or studying, and so on.
2013-01-05 03:34:25
No, secondary is english. Also, only in some city's near Russia border you can live without knowing LV and LTU language.
2013-01-05 01:57:39
Actually it's true what you've said but if Russians decide to live in LTU then they at least learn it to understand it instead of using it to communicate.
2013-01-04 19:00:09
yes fosho I only said that maybe just few russians ever been learning lithuanian)
2013-01-04 19:07:24
Funny, I actually have two Lithuanian chicks on my steam list who claim to be trilingual. And you surely know which three languages I mean. Though that includes mixing pre-war Polish vocabulary with Russian grammar and Lithuanian orthography and thinking that that would do :-D.

Post edited 2013-01-04 22:10:09
2013-01-04 22:08:08
yeah I guess some are still a bit simpler, for example English has very few tenses while there are more than 15 ways to conjugate a verb in French
2013-01-02 21:01:24
Tell me about swedish language, swedish brothers
I'm about to start learning it.
2013-01-02 20:14:09
German(Deutsch) or Spanish.. i don't know :D

Post edited 2013-01-02 20:17:33
2013-01-02 20:15:53
"besides English?"

you're blind?
2013-01-02 20:16:46
at least wait a freakin minute..
2013-01-02 20:18:54
no, I detect nerds below 1 minute..
2013-01-02 20:19:53
then you should really get a life :)
2013-01-02 20:20:16
no because I have wonderfull life but nerds sometimes make me feel bad
2013-01-02 20:20:57
i don't think staying in the internet all day and picking on people is the perfect life, but then again every person has it's own opinion.
2013-01-02 20:22:55
every bulgarian is fnatic fan? lol everytime I see bulgarian flag there is with "<3 fnatic"
2013-01-04 16:57:36
Nah, most of the Bulgarians are SK and Na'Vi fans..
2013-01-04 17:55:49
there aren't many bulgarians who play/watch CS actually :D
2013-02-22 09:46:29
under*
2013-01-04 20:28:40
latin langs are the "easiest" , i understand spanish , italian , french , portuguese ,,,, if u know at least one...if u know one latin lang u can easily learn the others in 2 months , they re all similar in sound

-eg: english : shit - portuguese:merda/spanish:mierda /french: merde/ italian:merda( or cacca) ;

english: player portuguese:jogador/ spanish : jugador/ french: jouer/ italin:giocatore ("g" is pronounced in the same tonic of "j" in the begging of the words in the relation of the others 3 langs with italian )

Post edited 2013-01-02 20:33:23
2013-01-02 20:32:30
Braille
2013-01-02 21:12:44
kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk zuka es fudido..
2013-01-03 03:09:24
LOL
2013-01-04 17:05:14
xD
2013-02-22 09:32:29
If you don't count English, for me it was Spanish
2013-01-03 02:56:43
true
2013-01-03 14:50:12
Body Language ofc...i can bet on that
2013-01-03 03:34:17
Assembler
2013-01-03 03:47:23
Depends what family your native language is from.

For most English speakers, French, German, and Spanish are the easiest.
2013-01-03 03:51:18
Spanish is the most easeast to learn, then goes Japanese, truly beatiful language and very simple.
Don't learn Lithuanian lol it is one of the toughest

Post edited 2013-01-03 05:32:47
2013-01-03 05:32:32
why would anyone want to learn lithuanian regardless of difficulty?
2013-02-21 20:18:29
koreaneasiest, cantonese hardest
2013-01-03 05:48:46
Definitely not Spanish.

Sorry guys. >_>
2013-01-03 05:50:10
English i think because it is the common in every single one of us.
2013-01-03 08:45:17
greek ofcourse....mother of all languanges :P
2013-01-03 14:49:28
more like the mother of all european languages
2013-01-03 15:38:45
not even that.. there is no "mother" of languages.
we can say that the old greek and to some greater extend the latin language had influence on european languages, mostly on the roman languages like italian, spanish, french etc. and also english since great britain was occupied by the romans but the germanic languages like german, danish, dutch, swedish etc. aren't influenced that much.
that is because the roman empire never included germania and the northern germanic/scandinavian tribes.
2013-01-03 16:03:57
battle begin between ppl from different countries which language is the hardest LOL
2013-01-04 15:18:46
Dutch.
2013-01-04 15:20:39
russia. just play dota2 and you can speak russ ))))) blyat suka idi nahuy pidaras
2013-01-04 15:23:39
)) we are good in dota2
2013-01-04 17:57:59
cykas u all
2013-01-04 18:22:55
vi vse suki*

Post edited 2013-01-05 02:53:09
2013-01-05 02:52:48
vy ublyudok
2013-01-05 17:08:45
otbejsa nahuj 4ert
2013-01-05 18:20:07
depends a lot what is ur own language.. finnish is pretty easy if ur estonian and I guess norway or danish r quite easy ones to learn if ur Swedish etc..
2013-01-04 16:03:08
double that ! :)
2013-01-04 16:19:08
Depends where you're from

It has to do with that before the internet existed and phones when different tribes and communitys were formed they had "accents" which later developed to own langueges

It's no coincidence Swedish and Danish are so alike

Post edited 2013-01-04 18:33:56
2013-01-04 18:33:33
It has to do with migrations, ease of transportation, state expansion and at last, radio broadcasting not with phones lol. And it even has a name:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dialect_continuum

Post edited 2013-01-04 18:39:11
2013-01-04 18:38:38
Are you serious or not, just asking?

I know i should've used a comma after phones but you can't interpret it like that

Post edited 2013-01-04 18:43:28
2013-01-04 18:42:41
Not really, I knew you didn't mean that, however it could easily be misinterpreted in that way. I mean, I would have said "before radio existed" and that I think would be more to the point.
2013-01-04 18:53:34
The language you find the hardest may depend from where you come from. People from southern europe may find easier to understand other latin languages and learn fairly well some English based language like German(think i'm not bullshitting on this one) but find it really hard to understand Eastern Europe or Nordic Languages like Swedish or Polish. The same applies for all the remaining countries.
2013-01-05 01:30:56
what's difficult in polish? kurwa kurwa im here
2013-01-05 02:01:09
For russians and country's nearby It's easy but for Portuguese, Spanish etc it's quite hard
2013-01-05 17:19:49
Irish ;D
2013-01-05 01:45:11
i would love to know gaelic :3
2013-01-05 01:55:41
French, German, Spanish and Italian :)
2013-01-05 02:00:41
learn portuguese and Russian. If you understand portuguese, russian and english you will be able to speak with almost 4 billion people

Post edited 2013-01-05 02:03:18
2013-01-05 02:02:56
learn chinese, you can talk to more.



ya just got served!
2013-01-05 02:39:05
english and russian and its ok

or u just think that in portugal/brazil people are uneducated and dont even know english
2013-01-05 17:05:26
wut?
2013-01-05 17:34:27
you're wrong bro
2013-02-21 20:03:41
I would like to learn suomi :)
2013-01-05 03:26:10
Danish ofc. LOL
2013-01-05 03:44:33
Finnish

trolololol
2013-01-05 15:53:52
finnish too easy
2013-01-05 17:06:00
If youre Komi or Karelian, or whatever, then probably there might be some truth to that.

Post edited 2013-01-05 18:43:49
2013-01-05 18:42:02
123

Post edited 2013-01-05 18:44:00
2013-01-05 18:43:43
hungarian:D
2013-01-06 18:43:29
i knew Dutch is by far the hardest languege to learn. In my opinion turkish is a very easy language, after that italian / croatia
2013-01-06 18:54:53
Sanskrit
2013-02-21 19:14:17
Indian!
2013-02-21 19:19:04
French is pretty easy if you can speak english or even learnt latin
2013-02-21 19:45:11
Albanian is quite easy.
2013-02-21 19:54:29
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykE5xiNmYX0

I don't think so.
2013-02-21 21:56:22
A din me fol shqip?

Not that easy , it`s an unique language not related to any other ,so people will find it hard to learn it.
2013-02-21 22:13:49
I feel its a bit italian! But as albanian you have more xp than me;) Faliminderit
2013-02-21 22:18:40
not even close to any european language tho
2013-02-22 11:26:19
I don't think the topic is about which language is the most comparable with the other languages in Europe. The topic is about the easiest language to learn.

For me, Albanian is fairly easy to learn. It almost pronounces the same as when you are reading it. Straight foreword so to say.. All inn all, this is my opinion. If you disagree I respect that.
2013-02-22 12:12:08
i am merely saying albanian is far from similar to italian. duhh.

talking about its origin and construction, not how difficult it is.

Post edited 2013-02-22 13:48:14
2013-02-22 13:47:46
it`s an indo-european language a branch on its own , it`s a descendant language from illyrian

http://albania.shqiperia.com/foto/Image/language/i..
2013-02-22 17:19:53
i know
2013-02-22 17:25:30
Faleminderit* :p

I don`t know what your native language is , it may sound to you like italian , but it`s no where near it , I wish I could understand italian (by knowing albanian) but I don`t understand a single shit :D
2013-02-22 17:21:08
Hehe, I'm from the far north:-) Have a nice night mate.
2013-02-22 18:03:25
you too :)
2013-02-22 18:09:46
dolphins
2013-02-21 20:03:12
dont go with any slavic language.
2013-02-21 20:29:44
leet speak
2013-02-21 21:16:25
polish: kurwa
portuguese: foxj
you just learnt 2 languages
2013-02-21 22:01:34
:D
2013-02-22 10:51:32
if u'll learn polish at least in 10% u might be proud of yourself :D
2013-02-22 16:34:49
ENGLISH
2013-02-21 22:03:57
italian/spanish :), generally latin languages is very easy to learn them :)
2013-02-21 22:04:24
Language of insultes!
2013-02-22 05:17:48
Definately not german. German is a freaking disgrace to learn :D
2013-02-22 05:43:52
German is super easy to learn if english is your first language. Ich spreche Deutsch. Spielst du CS:GO? Ja, aber spiele ich kein.
2013-02-22 06:03:54
Everyone who teaches german in class eventually says german is the hardest language to learn (if you want to master it), what you just said was as if i'd say "I speak English. You play CS:GO? Yes, but i not."
2013-02-22 07:25:06
No it's not the hardest, sure it does get harder the more you want to "master" it but compare that to learning Chinese or Russian (pronunciation is harder and there are a lot of new letters to learn just to begin with)

Also French is so hard to pronounce without sounding very VERY wrong and the language has some weird exceptions and ways of saying things that make no sense (at least for me) unless you are a native speaker. Learning German was a LOT easier, although I certainly didn't master it.

I can guarantee you that Finnish is also one language that would take forever to master if you are not native speaker
2013-02-22 08:59:55
French is one of the easier languages to learn lol, German Grammar is just the pain in the arse.
2013-02-22 11:25:30
how can you say that when you never really had to learn it? doesn't make sense, better be quiet.
what this finnish guy says is correct.
2013-02-22 14:02:34
No its definitely not lol. I say this based on having studied German, French, Spanish and Swedish. Out of those three, French is by far the hardest to pick up. I'm not saying its not doable but the pronunciation in French is a huge thing to learn and you must start practicing it right when you start. If you don't know the pronunciation your French skills are completely useless, this part is so much easier with every other language I mentioned. German is easy to pronounce, same with Swedish and Spanish. Although all of these languages have hard grammatical stuff when you progress enough, still the basics of German are pretty straightforward and you can be on a pretty good level when the hard stuff start coming

Post edited 2013-02-23 09:49:59
2013-02-23 09:47:52
tweeday, the reason why german is easy for english-native speakers, is because it is relatively close on the language tree. French is an entirely different language from english and german, located on the italic-latin branch. English and german are from the germanic language branch, so relatively learning languages on the same branch are easier because the languages relate by similar words, sentence structure, etc. Learning a language outside of the branch, i.e. French, Greek, Japanese, etc., these are entirely different, wherein you must learn their new alphabet, etc. For example, japanese has no spaces in between words, sentence structure is extremely different from english, and their symbols represent parts of words, not letters.

The English language grew from the germanic language, relatively recently, about 1 to 2 thousand years ago. This is why the language is so similar to german, and how old-english was even more similar to german. Sorry for the late reply, but when talking about language difficulties, you should put natively-learned language in respect. (for japanese, chinese will be easier to learn than english natives, because japanese is associated with chinese (language), matter of fact they borrow chinese symbols for their language (kanji) and their katakana came from a simplification of chinese characters.)

Post edited 2013-02-28 16:20:56
2013-02-28 16:18:58
Believe me, Turkish.
2013-02-22 06:04:38
came to write this
I heard this from many ppl and I have been in Turkey for about a month and yes, it is kinda easy to speak, gentle language.
2013-02-22 09:47:03
ADA/python.

WAIT... nvm!

Post edited 2013-02-22 10:14:16
2013-02-22 10:05:38
It all depends on what languages you already speak. Like Estonian language would be really difficult to learn for almost everyone, for Finns it would be kind of easy to learn because our languages are very similar. If English is your mother tongue learning German or Swedish isn't really that difficult, because of the similarities of the languages.
2013-02-22 10:44:06
by: xbk
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Recommend a book/resource to learn Swedish?
2013-02-22 11:57:27
Depends, of your language, for example, I speak spanish, and for me Italian is quite easy, because the gramatic is pretty similar, what you have to learn is the pronunciation and vocabulary mainly. Languages that are similar are easier.
2013-02-22 14:37:12
Im learning romanian, its not hard at all.
Its a very good language imo.
2013-02-22 16:24:43
GERMAN!
2013-02-22 16:30:25
polish the easiest
2013-02-22 16:35:45
german is actually quite easy to get on a decent level for some small talk and such since germans usually use only two tenses in everday life.
(perfect tense) for everything what happened in the past and (present tense) for everything what happens now/at the moment and in the future.
mastering the language is a different story of course but that's like it is in every language.
2013-02-22 16:58:21
next year in my highschool ill have to choose to learn a fourth language between spanish/italian/german, im not really into italian nor spanish, but people are saying its really hard to learn german and its gonna waste me a lot of time, do you think thats true?
EDIT: i already speak/try to speak Arabic/french/english

Post edited 2013-02-22 20:39:31
2013-02-22 20:32:32
i don't know, it really depends on personal preference. if you want something different you should give it a try.
but since you already know french, spanish would be the easiest i think.
2013-02-22 20:38:11
If you know english, which it seems you do quite well, learning german is extremely easy, and will be beneficial for you. I->Ich hair->haare etc. All you need to know is that in german, verbs mostly go on the second word in the sentence, and is also usually at the end of sentences.
2013-02-28 16:24:25
hebrew fosho
2013-02-22 17:10:55
The Body Language
2013-02-22 21:18:36
I'd say Spanish, presuming you already speak English.
2013-02-22 21:18:59
The easiest ones are English and Spanish in my opinion, hardest are Finnish/Estonian/Hungarian (it's kinda fact) since they are from Finno-Ulgric language family, period ;]

Post edited 2013-02-22 21:31:29
2013-02-22 21:31:01
I think european languages are not that hard. Try learning arabic, my mother langage, still shit at it. I learned persian pretty easily though.
2013-02-22 22:05:28
I am actually not sure but I'd probably say German because Germany's grammatical construction almost contains a complete set of rules; the grammar is complex and logical.
2013-02-23 11:47:24
POLISH FO' SHO'



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well, for me it would be English, German and probably Russian.
2013-02-28 16:25:03
Afrikaans like the article suggests must be one of the easier languages. It's Dutch (Germanic based) with grammar stripped down to basics. You just have to know the right vocabulary and put the words together

From that article:

Unlike English though, the Afrikaans language is not inflective. This means that with some memorized vocabulary, you can build sentences as you would a Lego tower, stacking words without worry of conjugation.

In Afrikaans, there is no conjugation of verbs (write, wrote, written), gender (think gato or gata in Spanish) or pronouns (my, mine; who, whose). In other words, you’ll hardly be a grammar slave if you take up this logical language.
2013-02-28 16:44:39

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