Pretty easy because I'm Polish
Duolingo and talking with my ruskie/ukrainian friends
school+college and self study
Easy because i always played with 4 russians
- Childhood (grandma/grandpa) and German in Germany at school
school obviously why else would I learn such a shit language
Italian and spanish
Spanish easier than italian, because first I learnt how to speak Italian.
This isn't language but i can read cirilic alphabet
i don't know (it was 6 years ago)
Learned it in school in Denmark plus i've travelled to Germany many times and my grandparents live very close to the border.
Arabic (speaking only cant read/write)
started learning French and German
imo russian is hard at first, but when you get your head around it then it comes naturally, kind of like muscle memory, you just get used to how the grammar is.. my biggest problem is vocabulary
spanish and arabic are similar in a lot of ways, i learned spanish in school (you pick a 3rd language you want to learn) but i've forgotten most of it since i dont speak spanish so often. probably comes back if i refresh it
i rly wanted to learn german cus i like germany and the language etc
i have also been wanting to learn french
learn the alphabet if its different, then basic stuff like colors, numbers, objects
then verbs, adjectives etc.. listen to the language radio/talkshow/teaching video or playlist/watch kid programs in that language they usually have basic wording and you learn the grammars fundaments
stick with it
It's a difficult
Duolingo and Rammstein songs xd
Dutch and some Spanish.
Dutch was easy. I didn't learn too much Spanish but it was easy to learn at first.
Brazilian (My mother's language)/Arabic (My father's language)/(Learning French, the first year so far)
Brazilian isn't that hard because it's my mother's language, same as Arabic, but French seems a bit weird for me to be honest xD
It pretty much is self explanatory.
I started learning Swedish, Dutch, Polish and some other random languages to see which one is good
It depends, some words are easy, but they are really hard in my opinion!
french. not hard since it's somewhat similar to portuguese
everyone knows that all people on hltv speaks 7+ languages.
- Found it difficult at the start, but easy afterwards
- Started learning at school but only to about B1 level; self-study up to fluency when I moved to Stockholm
Sadly through lack of practice (been back in Finland for the past two years) I feel like my skill is decreasing, but I would say I have retained 80%+ of my skill.
Danish - if I put a warm potato in my mouth and start speaking norwegian
1 - A little of Japanese
2 - still hard to know kanji
3 - being a otaku lol
You just have to think differently most indo-european language works like that SVO (subject, verb, object), i might understand that it's kinda disturbing if you wanna start learning a language that is working, for exemple with a SOV one, you'll need to adapt yourself, and over time it'll be fine in general if it's the first language in SOV that you learn after that it'll get easier and you'll be able to learn a new language, for exemple, you've learnt japanese then now, you'll be able to switch to Korean and vice versa, grammatically speaking, they both are similar and both nations shared a lot with China aswell. I know that for Chinese the grammar is relavitely easy as well and it looks similar to a SVO language so if you want to learning something new and different than any proto european one, you might learn Chinese although it's a tonal language so you'll have to practice orally.
Pretty easy due to similarities with portuguese
School, as a 2nd foreigner language
Learning turkish atm, but still in the very basics
No,cuz im asian