English, it's almost everywhere
Why are there so many Russians in Israel? :P
english is the easiest language imo
german is actually a hard language to learn for alot of people
swedish then norwegian after that danish
if you want to go really hard go for icelandic and after that greenlandic. gz now you can rule over the scandinavia
i know israeli guy and dutch was ez for him wtf are you talk about
Spanish, definitely. I've always heard from ESL teachers and non-native English speakers that it's a difficult language to learn because of the general lack of structure; anyone agree with that?
Definitely Hungarian, it's so easy to learn Kappa
Btw if I'm not mistaken Dutch stands the closest to English, probably that's the reason why they say it is easy
Doesnt exist the easiest or harder language, what makes easy to learn its how long you will be in touch with the language, thats why most of the People learn english quickly, because you can found everywhere.
Italian for me. Spanish people will easly learn it, or portuguese cause they come from latin
Once you've learned one language it'll get easier to learn a different one
if u can speak russian other slav langs(cro,polish,serb etc.) should be pretty easy
Apart from the writing system japanese is pretty easy to learn.
English/spanish.But if u know a latin language it will be easier to learn another.For example i could learn italian quite easy
As for russian it's Polish,Czech, Slovakian and other Slavic languages. Cuz it's too much similar words
spanish, swedish , dutch , danish according to language difficulty ranking.
A lot of European languages have a lot in common. Probably something with a lot of Latin/Greek roots
as a lot of languages use them a lot.
Spanish que pasa ese? French c'est la vie c'est la vie tres bon
For me English is easy af
spanish has way more grammar than english
So english is easier
Ukrainian (as very similar to russian), then german as you know ukrainian so it should be easier
Spanish.. Maybe because im portuguese i can understand everything And i can speak very well And i never had a lesson..
IMO French is pretty easy and could be considered one of the easiest (this coming from an English Canadian)
Spanish, Italian and French should all be quite ez
german is harder than dutch
Esperanto is. Google it ;)
Dutch is one of the hardest languages to learn fam
a different slav language or spanish
It depends on what your native language is. If it's Russian, it could be easy for you to learn another slavic languages such as Polish or Czech / Slovakian. But honestly, English was the easiest language for me to learn, I don't even know why. Spanish also seems pretty easy.
Ironically it's probably English. Despite it's diversity and horrendous, overly complicated colloquialism-- the actuality of the matter is it's the most spoken language all over the world. By that alone it proves it's easiest to learn. That being said however, it depends on where you are from also. For example: If you are Italian, Spanish is a cakewalk for you, vice-versa if you're Scandinavian and wish to learn your adjacent countries language as it'll be practically identical to your own with obviously different dialects.
It might be the most difficult to master fluently, but the basics of the English language are definitely the easiest to grasp for anybody.
I'd probably say the hardest language to learn and completely understand is that of Japanese. First of all you have to decipher the Kanji (Japanese symbols) to Latin_Japanese, then into English characters from there. No wonder there are people who will play to decipher and translate Japanese Manga for you. :s
English and French
maybe Spanish aswell but it's too hard to understand someone talking to you since they just speed flow every sentence
I've been learning Serbian and it doesn't seem too hard?
so ez when you attend pasha london school
Finnish easy for me at least :D:D
Dutch is one of the hardest languages to learn lol.
latin languages like italian spanish and french
why do you need so much languages???
Spanish and Japanese the only languages that are pronounced exactly as they are written
Khoisan, just make noises with your tongue! Good luck
italian / spanish dnt know which
If your native is Russian, the esiest for you should be Ukranian Czech or Polakish
It all depends on what your native language is. If you found German easy and you have a good command of English, I'd recommend trying Scandinavian languages, they share similarities with both aforementioned languages.
Ignore everyone in this thread telling you to try Finnish, lol. If you want a challenge then sure.
written chinese is pretty easy
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