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autimatic | 
United States connor924 
So my friend was saying that english is the hardest language to learn for non native speakers and i didnt believe him but i want to see the opinion of people who didnt grow up speaking the language. I want your honest opinion on whether or not its hard, because ive always thought english was one of the easiest languages to learn.
2018-05-11 04:41
engrish are hardst
2018-05-11 04:41
#9
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Costa Rica Dazy 
englush us vury hurd
2018-05-11 05:06
ixpekted frum bpA3il
2018-05-11 05:11
#35
Brazil nyz 
bpa3NlNya
2018-05-11 05:50
L()(S'€9,ssdO
2018-05-11 06:03
#44
Brazil nyz 
what.
2018-05-11 06:04
hmm?
2018-05-11 06:05
Polish is the hardest language to learn in the world, in english when you have 1 word in polish you have 35 alternative words to this
2018-05-16 20:03
isnt finnish/hungarian harder to learn in that sense
2018-05-16 20:06
Prussian is hardest, wanna know why?
2018-05-16 20:20
#122
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Ukraine kek1 
rush b syka blet Now you know everything about russian language
2018-05-16 20:31
Prussian, not russian.
2018-05-16 20:32
#126
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Ukraine kek1 
oh
2018-05-16 20:32
Koira, koiran, koiraa, koiran again, koirassa, koirasta, koiraan, koiralla, koiralta, koiralle, koirana, koiraksi, koiratta, koirineen, koirin, Koirasi, koirani, koiransa, koiramme, koiranne, koiraani, koiraasi, koiraansa, koiraamme, koiraanne, koirassani, koirassasi, koirassansa, koirassamme, koirassanne, koirastani, koirastasi, koirastansa, koirastamme, koirastanne, koirallani, koirallasi, koirallansa, koirallamme, koirallanne, koiranani, koiranasi, koiranansa, koiranamme, koirananne, koirakseni, koiraksesi, koiraksensa, koiraksemme, koiraksenne, koirattani, koirattasi, koirattansa, koirattamme, koirattanne, koirineni, koirinesi, koirinensa, koirinemme, koirinenne, koirakaan, koirankaan, koiraakaan, koirassakaan, koirastakaan, koiraankaan, koirallakaan, koiraltakaan, koirallekaan, koiranakaan, koiraksikaan, koirattakaan, koirineenkaan, koirinkaan, koirako, koiranko, koiraako, koirassako, koirastako, koiraanko, koirallako, koiraltako, koiralleko, koiranako, koiraksiko, koirattako, koirineenko, koirinko, koirasikaan, koiranikaan, koiransakaan, koirammekaan, koirannekaan, koiraanikaan, koiraasikaan, koiraansakaan, koiraammekaan, koiraannekaan, koirassanikaan, koirassasikaan, koirassansakaan, koirassammekaan, koirassannekaan, koirastanikaan, koirastasikaan, koirastansakaan, koirastammekaan, koirastannekaan, koirallanikaan, koirallasikaan, koirallansakaan, koirallammekaan, koirallannekaan, koirananikaan, koiranasikaan, koiranansakaan, koiranammekaan, koiranannekaan, koiraksenikaan, koiraksesikaan, koiraksensakaan, koiraksemmekaan, koiraksennekaan, koirattanikaan, koirattasikaan, koirattansakaan, koirattammekaan, koirattannekaan, koirinenikaan, koirinesikaan, koirinensakaan, koirinemmekaan, koirinennekaan, koirasiko, koiraniko, koiransako, koirammeko, koiranneko, koiraaniko, koiraasiko, koiraansako, koiraammeko, koiraanneko, koirassaniko, koirassasiko, koirassansako, koirassammeko, koirassanneko, koirastaniko, koirastasiko, koirastansako, koirastammeko, koirastanneko, koirallaniko, koirallasiko, koirallansako, koirallammeko, koirallanneko, koirananiko, koiranasiko, koiranansako, koiranammeko, koirananneko, koirakseniko, koiraksesiko, koiraksensako, koiraksemmeko, koiraksenneko, koirattaniko, koirattasiko, koirattansako, koirattammeko, koirattanneko, koirineniko, koirinesiko, koirinensako, koirinemmeko, koirinenneko, koirasikaanko, koiranikaanko, koiransakaanko, koirammekaanko, koirannekaanko, koiraanikaanko, koiraasikaanko, koiraansakaanko, koiraammekaanko, koiraannekaanko, koirassanikaanko, koirassasikaanko, koirassansakaanko, koirassammekaanko, koirassannekaanko, koirastanikaanko, koirastasikaanko, koirastansakaanko, koirastammekaanko, koirastannekaanko, koirallanikaanko, koirallasikaanko, koirallansakaanko, koirallammekaanko, koirallannekaanko, koirananikaanko, koiranasikaanko, koiranansakaanko, koiranammekaanko, koiranannekaanko, koiraksenikaanko, koiraksesikaanko, koiraksensakaanko, koiraksemmekaanko, koiraksennekaanko, koirattanikaanko, koirattasikaanko, koirattansakaanko, koirattammekaanko, koirattannekaanko, koirinenikaanko, koirinesikaanko, koirinensakaanko, koirinemmekaanko, koirinennekaanko, koirasikokaan, koiranikokaan, koiransakokaan, koirammekokaan, koirannekokaan, koiraanikokaan, koiraasikokaan, koiraansakokaan, koiraammekokaan, koiraannekokaan, koirassanikokaan, koirassasikokaan, koirassansakokaan, koirassammekokaan, koirassannekokaan, koirastanikokaan, koirastasikokaan, koirastansakokaan, koirastammekokaan, koirastannekokaan, koirallanikokaan, koirallasikokaan, koirallansakokaan, koirallammekokaan, koirallannekokaan, koirananikokaan, koiranasikokaan, koiranansakokaan, koiranammekokaan, koiranannekokaan, koiraksenikokaan, koiraksesikokaan, koiraksensakokaan, koiraksemmekokaan, koiraksennekokaan, koirattanikokaan, koirattasikokaan, koirattansakokaan, koirattammekokaan, koirattannekokaan, koirinenikokaan, koirinesikokaan, koirinensakokaan, koirinemmekokaan, koirinennekokaan. Means dog
2018-05-16 21:01
#24
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Canada neesah 
very hard england
2018-05-11 05:30
i are think that english are easy
2018-05-11 06:08
Nom. Ingresh am much hart to lern bekus te grammer are verys hart for non ingresh speakings to says
2018-05-16 20:25
Hello The learning of languages depends on which family one's native language has. Eg. people with native languages that stem from the indo-european language family, more precisely the germanic languages (German, English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and so on,) have an easier time learning one another's language than say a Japanese trying to learn Swedish and vice versa. So taking this into consideration, the language with the smallest connection to any other language should be the hardest for outsiders to learn. According wikipedia the smallest family is the Tupian language family. I personally think Georgian looks hella HaARRd.
2018-05-16 20:34
No you got it wrong mate it’s angrysh
2018-05-16 20:35
Probably Tamil or Chinese.
2018-05-11 04:43
thats what i was saying to him because its a totally different alphabet from most european languages and the grammar rules are much more complex, but he kept saying english is the hardest
2018-05-11 04:44
Damn.. how did you know about tamil bro?? :o btw I'm a Tamilian :D
2018-05-11 05:34
#88
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Myanmar Lemo2K 
Chinese is one of the easiest Can't you see how early chinese kids learning to speak and read , difference with other countries
2018-05-16 20:01
It is.
2018-05-11 04:43
depends on your native language. for english speakers, almost surely mandarin.
2018-05-11 04:44
I assumed for many european countries like, norway, sweden, denmark, germany, france, spain, portugal english is pretty easy to learn because the languages have some similarities, but people that speak russian, arabic, most asian languages, english would be more difficult
2018-05-11 04:46
French people and spanish people aren't that good at english m8
2018-05-16 19:41
yes but in France they dont learn english in shool
2018-05-16 19:49
that is incorrect they do learn English
2018-05-16 19:54
but only on high education shool afaik like university
2018-05-16 19:54
lul we start learning English at 7/8 years old but we only know how to write well at 12.. Somehow we're pretty fucked up to learn new langages as we still struggle to write in our own langage properly
2018-05-16 20:32
to be fair French is a super complicated language
2018-05-16 21:44
English is pretty easy to be honest. Even if Slavic languages don't have many similarities with English it's still relatively easy. Grammar is usually simpler than in most European languages, orthography is pretty easy as well. There's also a big exposure to English in developed countries which makes it even easier to learn (Movies, music etc.). One thing I can't understand is how native English speakers confuse your with you're, whose with who's etc.
2018-05-16 19:57
your the one whose wrong about that..
2018-05-16 20:01
Shieeeet, I got exposed...
2018-05-16 20:01
ancient Latin for sure
2018-05-16 20:36
#7
Brazil nyz 
English is easy compared to romance languages, your friend has no idea what he's talking about. I'm learning russian and I can tell it's a lot harder than English
2018-05-11 05:01
#39
trk | 
Brazil 643 
Tried to learn russian, but knew it was going to consume a lot a my time. Decided to go for french hahaha
2018-05-11 05:58
#40
Brazil nyz 
well I don't do nothing so time is not a problem for me, I'm committed to learn russian and I will.
2018-05-11 06:00
+1
2018-05-16 19:58
Chinese is the only language without an alphabet system. I rest my case
2018-05-11 05:03
#14
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United States Good_big_boy 
Japanese, Devanagari Languages, Telugu, and probably others do not have alphabets
2018-05-11 05:15
#32
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Turkey Taylannnnn 
japanese has one doesnt it? they just use both
2018-05-11 05:43
#38
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United States Good_big_boy 
These use the chinese characters in addition to a syllabary, which is a bit different from alphabet.
2018-05-11 05:58
Japanese uses 3 writing systems (4 if you consider the rômaji/roman alphabet used for some things like some brands, etc) 2 of them are syllabaries, it's a kind of alphabet where each symbol represents a sound (consonant + vowel), it's the hiragana + katakana So it actually does have a (even two) alphabets And the third is Kanji, it's the chinese symbols (different pronounciation in Japan of course). It makes a total of 92 (hiraganas/katakanas) + 2141 Kanjis to learn: 2233 characters. Btw, I think Chinese has 3000 "kanjis", so there's more to learn, and the really hard pronounciation of Chinese to learn too.
2018-05-16 19:51
#101
TACO | 
Brazil TonimSan 
Is there any similarities in these languages that are "kanji-based"? I mean Japanese, Korean, Chinese... Thanks in advance :D
2018-05-16 20:09
I don't speak Korean or Chinese, but here are some things I know: Japanese and chinese both use those kanji characters (Japanese uses less) and they often mean something similar, or the same. Nouns don't have plural or gender in Japanese and Chinese. But grammar and pronounciation for example are very different, the tones in Chinese make it so hard, 4 or 5 ways to pronounce a "same" sound like mo changes the meaning. Japanese and Korean have way more similarities. Particles, and many other grammar things are almost the same. Also in verbs/adjectives. They both have an honorific system. So yeah, essentially grammar which is almost identical. Before, Korea used like Japan chinese characters (Hanja) but they don't use them anymore, now Korean alphabet is phonetic. So yes, there are similarities (especially JP/Korean), because they've shared things for the past thousands of years, like their writing system, their vocabulary etc and it made those 3 languages today. Korea is surely the easiest to learn, considering the alphabet it uses. Hope it's clear enough ^_^ The best would surely to ask somebody who speaks two of them, or even the 3.
2018-05-16 20:22
#121
TACO | 
Brazil TonimSan 
I don't know why, but I always had the feeling that Korean and Japanese are similar, and Chinese is a bit off. BTW, I have the impression that the Kanji used in Chinese are more square-shaped, while Japanese and Korean are more rounded, and despite knowing ABSOLUTE NOTHING from any of them, this makes me clearly distinguish Japanese and Chinese. Am I right? Thanks for spending your time sharing such great content!
2018-05-16 20:31
What you surely saw in Japanese is the Hiragana/Katanas which are the two alphabets of 46 characters each. bit.ly/2Gn6yC4 (Hiragana) bit.ly/2GpynJS (Katakana) Both are more simple and Katakanas are more square-shaped. I am almost sure digital chinese and japanese for a "same" character (sometimes things are traditional/simplified in Chinese, but consider a character with the same strokes, look) it's the same exact character for both. For handwriting, there are for sure differences, like number and order of strokes that got different during the years (because they are old characters) and it resulted in some differences to write them I guess, but still I think it's pretty similar and there are no rules about one being more square-shaped, especially on computer.
2018-05-16 20:53
#10
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Greenland iBalance 
Thai and Tamil
2018-05-11 05:09
#12
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Australia Lolfeminists 
Tagalog.
2018-05-11 05:14
#15
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Nepal hpbaxx 
Tagalog. 6 seconds per second.
2018-05-11 05:15
Portuguese is hard af for non native, too many rules, but probably there are some harder languages
2018-05-11 05:12
#18
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Portugal Tooxic13 
+1
2018-05-11 05:20
#31
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Brazil ouzak 
+1
2018-05-11 05:38
#36
Brazil nyz 
just as hard as other romance languages.
2018-05-11 05:51
#54
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Germany AngiMerkel 
name any other romance languages
2018-05-11 06:20
#56
Brazil nyz 
spanish, italian, french? are you testing my iq or what?
2018-05-11 06:25
#57
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Germany AngiMerkel 
lol you still dont get it haha or are you baiting? :(
2018-05-11 06:27
#58
Brazil nyz 
no i don't get it, please explain.
2018-05-11 06:29
#59
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Germany AngiMerkel 
„romance“
2018-05-11 06:30
#61
Brazil nyz 
"The Romance languages (sometimes called the Romanic languages, Latin languages, or Neo-Latin languages) are the modern languages that evolved from Vulgar Latin between the sixth and ninth centuries and that form a branch of the Italic languages within the Indo-European language family."
2018-05-11 06:33
#63
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Germany AngiMerkel 
it was a joke... seems like you dont get my sense of humor :/ btw, romance has multiple meanings
2018-05-11 06:36
#64
Brazil nyz 
i know romance is related to love, but indeed you have a weird sense of humor my friend, good night.
2018-05-11 06:39
#103
TACO | 
Brazil TonimSan 
Portuguese is hard because it flexes genre, numbers and degree, and the flexion can be regular ro not. For example. Pretty for male: Bonito Pretty for female: Bonita Pretty for male plural: Bonitos pretty for female plural: Bonitas Pretty for male in a big scale: Bonitão Pretty for female in a big scale: Bonitona Pretty for male in a big scale and plural: Bonitões Pretty for female in a big scale and plural: Bonitonas All the 8 variations can be expressed in english with just one word. That's why English is easy af for Latin-Languages native speakers (Portuguese, Spanish and Italian). The harder ones are those with different alphabets, because you must COMPLETELY start from scratch.
2018-05-16 20:19
same for spanish
2018-05-16 22:00
#169
TACO | 
Brazil TonimSan 
Spanish and Portuguese have a lot of ortographic differences, but the grammar is almost the same. We construct phrases following the same logic. A PT/BR can understand Spanish just fine, and I'm sure you guys can do the opposite too.
2018-05-16 22:02
Yeah I can figure out some words and phrases
2018-05-16 22:03
#16
twice | 
Korea Tzuyu 
dutch is probably really really hard to learn from scratch, english doesnt even come close, good example: prntscr.com/jge3jv
2018-05-11 05:14
#17
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Nepal hpbaxx 
best example ever lol
2018-05-11 05:16
#19
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World word_exe 
Yeah except Dutch is really easy to learn for a native English speaker.
2018-05-11 05:20
#26
twice | 
Korea Tzuyu 
well any germanic language obviously has a advantage
2018-05-11 05:33
#27
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Slovakia Ganjamel 
+1
2018-05-11 05:33
#29
twice | 
Korea Tzuyu 
2018-05-11 05:35
hardest language is Japanese by far
2018-05-16 19:52
Ore wa ochinchin ga daisuki nandayo
2018-05-16 21:53
#52
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Poland polak_xD 
2018-05-11 06:17
#97
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Nepal TWiNTiMEeeeJW 
hahahah true
2018-05-16 20:05
#20
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World word_exe 
It really depends what your native language is. For example, Japanese is one of the hardest languages for a native English speaker to learn, but for a speaker of many of the romance languages it becomes easier. effectivelanguagelearning.com/language-g..
2018-05-11 05:22
When u say romance, do u mean roman? Or what is a romance language?
2018-05-11 06:11
its just a group of languages
2018-05-16 19:52
derivative from latin (spanish, italian, portuguese, french, romanian...)
2018-05-16 19:56
#111
TACO | 
Brazil TonimSan 
If it wasn't for you, I would spend my entire life without knowing that Romanian is a derivative from Latin lol
2018-05-16 20:24
lul
2018-05-16 20:47
#145
TACO | 
Brazil TonimSan 
Do you guys speak anything near Spanish/Portuguese/Italian?
2018-05-16 20:48
as a romanian i can simply understand spanish and italian ezglot.com/common-words.php?l=spa&l2=ron ezglot.com/common-words.php?l=ron&l2=por..
2018-05-16 21:26
#164
TACO | 
Brazil TonimSan 
Looking the two links you posted, I realized I can actually read Romanian rofl Thanks for info, apreciate it!
2018-05-16 21:55
#21
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Sweden tomkok1 
like @Spooooon said, its more about your native language . like english for me was EPLS.
2018-05-11 05:27
englis be very ard to lern sorri for bad englando
2018-05-11 05:28
#25
pronax | 
Russia ShadTH 
inglish obvisli
2018-05-11 05:33
#30
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Singapore 1578 
english really hard
2018-05-11 05:37
#33
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Brazil razorheadd 
english is one of the easiest languages to learn because almost everything is in english (movies, series, games and etc.)
2018-05-11 05:43
as an indonesian, english is more easier to learn tbh, ofcourse i dont have perfect english because im still learning and my grammar still suck :/ for me, the hardest is arabic and chinese.
2018-05-11 05:49
#66
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Spain VIKTORAL 
+1 chinese is hardcore expecially that high level one.
2018-05-16 19:43
yup agree, atleast speaking in japanese isnt that hard, same with korean, but man, chinese is fuckin confusing :/
2018-05-16 20:29
#37
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United States Reapered 
probably arabic
2018-05-11 05:53
#41
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Sweden carlssonfja 
thai
2018-05-11 06:01
As others stated depends on your native tongue. Then there is also the issue or considering grammar Vs learning to speak. In Russian for example, you may know how to pronounce the word but won't know how to spell it without knowing correct grammar. Which btw makes English one of the easiest languages to learn as you spell most words the same way you pronounce them. Then when you get to certain Asian languages, you have to have symbol memory as there is no alphabet. So it really all depends. Grammatically I believe the 2 hardest common languages are Finnish and Russian. Otherwise one of the Asian non alphabetical languages.
2018-05-11 06:03
Tamil
2018-05-11 06:10
#48
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Finland Taynz 
Its easy If you play games but its very hard to be good at english
2018-05-11 06:11
you must be completely delusional if u think that english is the hardest language to learn in the world, english is such an easy language to speak. so easy that it is actually boring after some time speaking only english. even portuguese is much harder to speak than english, no doubts. imagine german, mandarin, russian, shit like that... must be from another fucking world
2018-05-11 06:12
#99
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Nepal TWiNTiMEeeeJW 
''shit like that'' LUL
2018-05-16 20:06
you probably speak really shit english if u understood that i was calling all these languages shit
2018-05-16 21:58
#135
TACO | 
Brazil TonimSan 
I can't speak German, but as a Germanic language, I think it must be much easier than the real hard ones, like Chinese and Thai.
2018-05-16 20:36
finnish
2018-05-11 06:17
english is the easiest there ever was
2018-05-11 06:19
#55
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Belgium f0rsacken 
English ez
2018-05-11 06:20
ez = english
2018-05-11 06:31
Depends on what's your first language is. For example English is easier to learn if your first language is Germanic and it's harder if it's Slavic. It's still relatively easy compared to the other languages though.
2018-05-11 06:35
#67
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Brazil luconesc 
It's easy compared to chinese, portuguese, german...
2018-05-16 19:47
Telugu wtf they even write
2018-05-16 19:48
#70
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Poland Jancz1 
london are wery hard
2018-05-16 19:49
Latin
2018-05-16 19:50
Chilean
2018-05-16 19:51
Chinese is surely one of the hardest, if not THE hardest language. Pronounciation is very very hard, different ways which are very very similar to say the "same" sound, it's just so hard to see the differences. It's only chinese characters unless Japanese that has kanas to learn easier, so you must know like 3000 characters and their pronounciation. But it depends on the person, people who speak japanese learn more easily chinese because many characters have similar meaning, but for a european/american it can be very hard.
2018-05-16 19:53
russian ofc
2018-05-16 19:56
#82
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Portugal nakbarone 
English is the easiest. lmao
2018-05-16 19:57
starvin marvin language or finnish
2018-05-16 19:58
honestly Latvian is hard af, sooo many rules and stuff, but fortunately it's a useless language xD
2018-05-16 19:58
english isn't hard at all, Asian languages are way harder to learn imo
2018-05-16 20:00
English is very easy...
2018-05-16 20:02
#91
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Netherlands Lurox 
Greece.
2018-05-16 20:03
#93
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Brazil RIJK 
portuguese
2018-05-16 20:04
#94
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Finland xcel 
Polish, estonian, finnish and wingwong languages
2018-05-16 20:04
#95
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Portugal ant97fer 
Dude, english is the easiest. Dutch and german in therms of grammar should be as well. Excluding languages with different alphabet like arabic, japanese, chinese, russian... i would say that the most difficult are smth like finnish or polish(slavic in general). But even portuguese is really difficult, we have lots and lots of rules, grammar and verb wise.... But for some reason english is like the "chosen" universal language
2018-05-16 20:04
#96
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United Kingdom InsCS 
Native English speaker here. Even I struggle with using English. Mandarin is incredibly hard. For me, "I walked into the house" could easily be "I flew on a gravy boat".
2018-05-16 20:05
#100
Dosia | 
Poland WrzodX 
Language of peace /close_thread
2018-05-16 20:08
german
2018-05-16 20:09
English is ez
2018-05-16 20:19
As a portuguese native speaker, learning english is really easy
2018-05-16 20:20
#108
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Brazil beckergod 
portuguese language is so fucking hard, for no native speaker, and most of brazilians don't speak great portuguese, have so much bad rules, and mandarim is so fucking hard too, for brazilians spanish and english it's so fucking easy
2018-05-16 20:22
#109
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Portugal n0k1nG 
the most hardest is portuguese
2018-05-16 20:22
English is easy even though there's very few and minor similarities between Macedonian and English.
2018-05-16 20:23
English is easy, German and French are hard
2018-05-16 20:24
#116
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Turkey Alkapon3131 
Speaking French is hard but german is fucking easy. only articles are problem
2018-05-16 20:26
#113
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Turkey Alkapon3131 
Turkish :) Sometimes I do not even know my own language :)
2018-05-16 20:25
#115
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Albania blizaardy 
german
2018-05-16 20:26
R U 4 real?
2018-05-16 20:48
#150
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Albania blizaardy 
hi vucic
2018-05-16 20:58
unmoglich...
2018-05-16 21:37
#157
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Albania blizaardy 
Wot wot
2018-05-16 21:38
#117
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France 28CHUTy 
French hard af
2018-05-16 20:28
#139
TACO | 
Brazil TonimSan 
Not that hard. My mother did a 6 month (3 hours/week) instrumental french class, and she can read perfectly fine. Of course she is far from fluent, but if you leave her in any place of Paris, she can make it home at least lul.
2018-05-16 20:42
English is not a difficult language to learn and especially not for people who use the internet because almost everything is in English
2018-05-16 20:30
#120
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Europe vasseldomau 
Portuguese is so fucking difficult. English, spanish and french are so ez when compared to portuguese.
2018-05-16 20:30
#141
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Brazil nozebr 
+1
2018-05-16 20:46
#162
f0rest | 
Argentina Nawll 
tbh the romance languages are really easy to understand even if you don't know shit (unless the dude is speaking with a weird accent or something), there isn't really much difference between them, the hard part is writing or speaking with a proper accent
2018-05-16 21:49
#125
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Germany slyyf 
English is easy af. Slavic languages are quite hard, took me quite a while to learn Czech properly (my mother tongue is German).
2018-05-16 20:35
It's pretty easy.It's everywhere on the internet so you can get a grasp of it easily.
2018-05-16 20:33
#128
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Poland sedi 
good luck learning Polish xd img6.demotywatoryfb.pl//uploads/201309/1..
2018-05-16 20:33
our Lithuanian language is pretty fucking hard to learn
2018-05-16 20:35
#132
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Switzerland VerySwissGuy 
london very ez :)
2018-05-16 20:36
#133
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Poland Big$moke 
Polish
2018-05-16 20:36
#136
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Suk_Mike_Hok 
Japanes is hard , french myb. And since so many people know english i wouldn't say it is actually the hardest to learn. Bosnian is pretty hard , not that anyone wants to learn it anyways
2018-05-16 20:37
of european languages i'd say polish and danish... but how come noone is saying chinese, japanese, thai etc.? those should definitely be hard to learn for us westerners.
2018-05-16 20:38
Hardest language for english speakers is Mandarin Chinese due to it being a tonial language. Hardest ones in general for english speakers are the three east asian languages of korean, chinese and japanese, and arabic. However for the east asian languages, korean is the easiest to read out of all of them, japanese is easier to pronounce than the other two due to having similiar syllables with english. While chinese i really cant say for myself despite being one.
2018-05-16 20:38
For English speakers, the hardest languages are Chinese, Arabic, Japanese, Korean: effectivelanguagelearning.com/language-g.. Seems like Japanese has a star which makes it harder than the other Category V languages.
2018-05-16 20:43
r u kidding me, like the easiest one.
2018-05-16 20:48
to me hardest is 1-China 2-Russian 3-Turkish
2018-05-16 20:53
tell your friend to learn lithuanian language. *your friend after 10min of studying: nope, fu** this sh*t i'm out. for me, as not english native speaker, english language is like 2+2, russian as well, because we were russians back in the '80s, so our parents know it as their native language, (parents NOT russians), so I know russian language quite well.
2018-05-16 20:55
Czech maybe (:
2018-05-16 20:56
#151
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Poland Astoner55 
English is the easiest language to learn if you're not a native speaker. Actually, I think Polish/Hungarian/Czech languages are the hardest (or maybe Arabic languages, idk)
2018-05-16 21:00
#153
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Brazil olocoxd 
It depends what you mean by hardest language. i don't know all languages to judge each and every language, but as far as i know, the hardest to speak is English, and the hardest to write is japanese. the reason i think english is hard to speak is because a vowel can be pronounced in so many different ways in english, for exemple, letter A in Apple, Armor, Alien... While japanese has 3 different write system for different words. Hiragana for japanese words, Katakana for foreign words and Kanji that mix with the words to makes it easy to understand the meaning of the words. while most of the other languages uses only 1.
2018-05-16 21:04
#154
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India horyzon411 
It depends on the SVO pattern in the language. Subject Object Verb . All languages have different pattern. Many languages like korean chinese japanese do not even use Subject. Its usually OBJECT+VERB . like apple eat. An english user would say it as SUBJECT +VERB + OBJECT i eat apple. These difference are very hard to counter while learning a new language . Languages with same pattern of SVO are easier to learn. If your native language has a pattern different to SVO it will be harder. Btw i know English, Hindi, Odia , Punjabi, Korean ( Intermediate ).
2018-05-16 21:10
#158
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Other HasomY 
am arabic and arabs can learn any language easily
2018-05-16 21:40
are you sure that you can learn Finnish, Hungarian, Turkish, Russian, Chinese and Japanese easily?
2018-05-16 21:45
#160
f0rest | 
Argentina Nawll 
I learnt english through video games, memes, and videos of people speaking english, that's gotta tell you something right?
2018-05-16 21:44
+9999999999
2018-05-16 22:01
English is ez
2018-05-16 22:01
#171
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Portugal Isaacovsky 
English is hard in some things but it's not the hardest language
2018-05-16 22:07
English is deffinitely not the hardest one out there. What I know is that Bulgarian is harder than German to learn. Not joking at all. It is not easy for non-Bulgarians!
2018-05-16 22:15
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