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The hardest EU languages
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Poland torrmess 
Polish language is hard as fuck. But at least others languages seem to be more affordable for us. We can easily say we use in Europe the most difficult language. What is your opinion?
2018-09-30 10:17
#1
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Lithuania andy_ 
been learning german for 5 years in school now, can't understand shit (ik, it's impossible to learn a language in school but still). Gonna remove this shitty subject after this year
2018-09-30 10:22
Du bist einfach zu schwach
2018-09-30 10:23
#9
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Lithuania andy_ 
du bist = you are that's all I could understand
2018-09-30 10:28
#74
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Poland Kocykeee 
lol same
2018-09-30 11:03
So you are stupid af
2018-09-30 15:32
After 5 years of learning? Dude you're rly dumb
2018-10-01 09:43
#267
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Lithuania andy_ 
thanks
2018-10-01 16:11
+1
2018-10-04 03:52
#298
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United States ImFat 
+1
2018-10-04 03:56
#193
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United Kingdom FAPPY17 
imo russian/ukrainian language is the hardest one in EU
2018-09-30 12:57
Depends on where you live, we speak macedonian and we can easily understand all the balkan slav languages and a bit of the other slav ones, but german is hard af for us.. ruski is hard for u bc different alphabet and not the same group of languages
2018-09-30 18:20
#249
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United Kingdom FAPPY17 
[a:] [bae:] [vae]
2018-09-30 19:50
#275
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Denmark mindgames 
Russia = EU? :D
2018-10-02 22:01
#283
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United Kingdom FAPPY17 
Russia is located on 2 continents, didnt you know?
2018-10-03 17:53
no thoughts on greek?
2018-10-04 03:25
no u
2018-09-30 15:01
#21
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Denmark AircraftPilot 
well I'm living 5 years in germany aswell and i pretty much can understand 95% and can speak pretty fluently even tho I don't know some words so I just mix it with english and people understand me and like it
2018-09-30 10:31
#96
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Ireland CaptainMou 
Where are you from then?
2018-09-30 11:16
was born in Ukraine my father is russian and my mom is Italian and my grandpa is german and my grandmother is Ukrainian XD
2018-09-30 11:17
My mum is Irish and my dad is Austrian. So i can understand a bit of german.
2018-09-30 11:18
i can speak like 6 languages now german, russian, ukrainian, english, little bit italian, little bit french
2018-09-30 11:21
Nice, I can speak English, Irish, bit of german and a bit of italian.
2018-09-30 11:22
C😎😎L
2018-09-30 11:22
ty 🔥 👉👌😎
2018-09-30 11:23
oh YES SIR😎
2018-09-30 11:23
My mom is Austrian, and my dad is like a mix of Welsh,Scottish,and Irish. xD
2018-10-04 03:49
Wp then xD
2018-10-04 14:05
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hardstyle | 
Turkey B^S 
Die artikel so confusing
2018-09-30 10:33
#113
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Germany bre4king 
you dont even need the right Artikel, thats just proshit Germans can understand you even when you are using the wrong one
2018-09-30 11:20
#151
hardstyle | 
Turkey B^S 
Artikel shit was the reason that made me quit learning german rofl.I'm raging so hard right now thank you :D
2018-09-30 11:39
#161
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Germany bre4king 
hahaha OMEGALUL I´m sorry for you dude, but you could restart learning german
2018-09-30 11:44
well you can definitly do so but people regard leaving away "Präpositionen" and "Artikel" it as rude because "street / ghetto vocabulary" sounds quite similar
2018-09-30 13:19
Nah dude you can spot the difference if someone's just learning the language or actually using ghetto language
2018-10-01 09:45
#192
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Europe tweekzter 
d' Auto d' Frau d' Mann ez
2018-09-30 12:52
#308
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Germany volt =D 
You can just use "de" for everything. Works for most Turks here.
2018-10-06 23:30
#48
k0nfig | 
Denmark nalleB 
If you have spent 5 years trying to learn a language and you don't even get the basics, either you have a learning disability or you simply don't pay attention and/nor work on it yourself.
2018-09-30 10:43
That's because you don't learn a language by reading a textbook.
2018-09-30 11:15
#97
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Denmark Twick_ 
He is just jelous that he only speak danish
2018-09-30 11:16
(and English ofc)
2018-09-30 11:17
#106
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Denmark Twick_ 
He uses google translate
2018-09-30 11:18
oh OK
2018-09-30 11:18
No, i've been to Denmark (Copenhagen, Aarhus, and Aalborg) and roughly 9/10 of the people their can speak English.
2018-10-04 03:51
Maybe he's a part of 1/10 people who can't speak English
2018-10-06 23:28
#111
k0nfig | 
Denmark nalleB 
Fluent in Spanish and French, a decent German while maintaining a complete understanding of Swedish and Norwegian, although I have no proper dialects in them.
2018-09-30 11:19
#114
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Denmark Twick_ 
Understanding Swedish and Norwegian is not difficult. Also Spanish German and French is nearly the same language good job you speak 3 languages
2018-09-30 11:20
#122
k0nfig | 
Denmark nalleB 
I never said it was. You're just desperately trying to pick an opposite standpoint. I also realize that you speak less languages than me since you try to justify yourself so much, it's alright dude.
2018-09-30 11:22
#126
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Denmark Twick_ 
???? Stop using google translate learn english
2018-09-30 11:23
#130
k0nfig | 
Denmark nalleB 
You're pretty bad at this "baiting" thing.
2018-09-30 11:24
#134
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Denmark Twick_ 
I'm not baiting though the that's problems in your flawless logic
2018-09-30 11:25
#137
k0nfig | 
Denmark nalleB 
If you ain't baiting, you should probably make a proper attempt at minimizing your own spelling errors before calling other people out about theirs. Nah, you're baiting, and it's getting rather pathetic at this point. (You're not "baiting" or "trolling" if the person you do it towards understands your intention).
2018-09-30 11:27
Okay, you just did justice for all of us. Now I hear your definition about baiting (hints: baiters don't say words that are understandable towards his/her audiences), and I absolutely Agree with this! I wanna ask you this: is this true that speakers of a Nordic language (eg. Finnish, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish etc) can easily or quite easily understand other Nordic languages when spoken/ written?
2018-10-04 02:36
#289
k0nfig | 
Denmark nalleB 
Well firstly, Finnish is completely different from the Scandinavian languages. It's more similar to Baltic languages, especially Estonian (as far as I know). Vocally: On an average most people can understand each other if they speak really slowly, but there's a lot of key words in our sentences that differ, so if you don't already know a considerable part of these you will get completely lost in a conversation. Written: Norwegians and Danes understand each other's written words perfectly (which is mostly due to our history as we were once united under one flag). Danish literacy was incorporated in Norway a few hundred years ago. Due to this, there's a minority(12%) of defiant people who speak the incredibly old Norwegian language called Nynorsk, which noone understands (maybe Icelandic or Faroese people? idk). Swedish is a bit more different, but Norwegians and Danes are able to understand most written Swedish and understand the context. Same goes the other way around. However, it's really easy to learn each Scandinavian language if you're already a native Scandinavian. Danish is most likely the hardest to learn, as we have huge amount of grammatical rules that doesn't have any perfect logic to it. This is especially true for our mathematical grammar. We also have just about as many silent letters as the French and vocally skip large parts of many words, while combining a lot of words as well. TL;DR: Written, the majority can. Vocally, it's 50/50. A lot is understandable, a lot isn't. Many can, many can't.
2018-10-04 03:25
+1. You stated valid points. I know what I want to know now. The way you use English makes me think that you're a native speaker. Nice usage of the word "defiant", other people may just use "stubborn" instead. The fact that you're able to use high-level vocabulary in your text suggests that (or at least makes me think that your level of education must be university or higher. Am I guessing this right? Well, nevertheless, you made my day, Danish guy:)
2018-10-04 03:35
#304
k0nfig | 
Denmark nalleB 
Well.. yeah, I'm a Candidate in my field, which would count as having a master's degree on English terms. Not a native speaker though, but I'm currently looking for work in London and York
2018-10-04 12:27
#271
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Spain EddiiNseN 
WTF spanish, french and german isnt nearly the same language wtf. French is a bit similar in some words and grammar stuff bc of roman origen but german??? Btw i can talk danish
2018-10-01 18:19
#131
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Germany bre4king 
maaaaaan wooooow you are sooooo cooool dude
2018-09-30 11:24
#132
k0nfig | 
Denmark nalleB 
Thanks. Want an autograph?
2018-09-30 11:24
#133
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Germany bre4king 
ye on my tits pls
2018-09-30 11:24
#138
k0nfig | 
Denmark nalleB 
Not a problem my friend, get in the back of the line.
2018-09-30 11:27
#147
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Germany bre4king 
dude I´m a plastic FaZe fan, and i want my fuking autograph now. otherwise i´ll make a shitton of threads to get attention, so i can forget about my depressions. so pls Dennish-Dude give me an autograph on my wonderful JW-titties
2018-09-30 11:34
#103
k0nfig | 
Denmark nalleB 
I partly disagree. You learn all the basics of the grammar by reading a textbook, but you have to continuously practice it by speaking it, and by learning from your mistakes in this regard. If you sit in class all day, not paying attention and playing on your PC, and only do the necessary homework, then no.. you won't learn it.
2018-09-30 11:17
#95
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Lithuania andy_ 
You guessed it right. I have to learn it (in 6-10th grades learning a second foreign language is unavoidable) but don't really want to (as i've said, gonna remove it after this year)
2018-09-30 11:16
#117
k0nfig | 
Denmark nalleB 
If you don't want to, I think that's a good idea. No reason to waste time with something that isn't of personal interest. However, check if it's needed for your further studies. It would suck a lot if your dream study is unobtainable due to a lack of minimum requirements
2018-09-30 11:21
#120
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Ukraine mple 
+! Retarded grammar
2018-09-30 11:22
#124
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Germany bre4king 
even as a German, its so fucking confusing for example dialects, "Die Fälle", etc
2018-09-30 11:23
yes, germanistaN (syria,turkiy,german) mix, so harderiniouz
2018-09-30 15:03
german is easy to learn from a book, its a very structured language with ORDNUNG
2018-09-30 11:30
Cant learn languages in school? Nice standards there :D Uneducated teachers and school system copied from Kongo?
2018-09-30 11:39
#177
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Lithuania andy_ 
Obviously, I'm not talking about English/native language. People who are motivated can easily learn basics (maybe even more). But if you want to speak fluently, 5 years of school (2 lessons weekly) isn't enough anywhere (except you're a really talented guy with 200iq brain which can remember every single thing).
2018-09-30 12:21
#175
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Denmark XmobGames 
du bist ein grober negro
2018-09-30 12:19
#178
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Lithuania andy_ 
ok, this one's easy, you are a big ... cmonBruh
2018-09-30 12:22
#255
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Poland sitarskee 
i had german for 7 years in school and i can still say only ich bin adrian, ich komme aus polen :D but still had only 5's in school except the last year when i went to barely passing
2018-10-01 09:41
#274
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Germany Tunio 
german easy af
2018-10-02 21:59
#2
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Denmark Xipingu 
Idk. Maybe to speak, but the most difficult grammar I've ever come across must be German. Holy shit the 17813975619519751975 rules there are, impossible to remember if you aren't German tbh.
2018-09-30 10:22
true i only remember the rules and everything because i speak it every day. and because of school otherwise it would be pretty hard .... xd
2018-09-30 10:26
#23
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Denmark Xipingu 
Yeah exactly, Polish has got nothing on German grammar lol +1
2018-09-30 10:31
#42
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Poland torrmess 
We have very complex declension and superb hard pronunciation.
2018-09-30 10:40
But grammar is pretty easy.
2018-09-30 11:11
#140
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United Kingdom Yorveen 
Oh right, besides that 20 forms of EVERY word combined with 3 times and 20 other exceptions... Yeah, there is no doubt, that polish is top 3 hardest languages, not even in europe, but all across the world. For example, the simple word "two" has 17 grammatical forms: dwa dwie dwoje dwóch (or dwu) dwaj dwiema dwom (or dwóm) dwoma dwojga dwojgu dwojgiem dwójka dwójki dwójkę dwójką dwójce dwójko And that said, scientists agree that German is easiest language to learn for english speakers, and about top 10 easiest for non-english speakers. I studied polish, trust me, it's fucked up ma mate.
2018-09-30 11:27
shits fucked up yo
2018-09-30 11:31
It's pretty commonm to use the example of two in this case, and that's right. ;)
2018-09-30 11:37
Polish, Finnish, Hungarian, Estonian, pretty hard EU languages. 20 forms of every word doesnt sound too bad for finnish :) Every noun in finnish has 2200 forms, for example the list of different forms for shop = kauppa can be found from ling.helsinki.fi/~fkarlsso/genkau2.html But to be fair most of the forms are not used :)
2018-09-30 17:31
holy crap
2018-10-02 22:06
#4
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Poland boltzzon 
polish is easy - kurwa baleh kurwa bnaeihei kurwa
2018-09-30 10:23
#13
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Estonia Kakapepu 
Yeah, polish sounds like morse, kurwa stands for long signal and anything else is a short signal
2018-09-30 10:29
hahahaha
2018-09-30 10:31
#210
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Hungary Shiron212 
XD
2018-09-30 15:11
#5
shox | 
Norway ozoyo333 
fluent turkish is hard
2018-09-30 10:25
hungrian
2018-09-30 10:28
#11
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Ukraine R0m4nus 
Hungarian
2018-09-30 10:28
Hi:D
2018-09-30 12:25
#12
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Poland torrmess 
2018-09-30 10:29
hungarian and polish
2018-09-30 10:29
#15
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Greece daFfyw0w 
Greek is very hard to master
2018-09-30 10:29
I dont know a lot about Polish but I'm pretty sure Hungarian is more difficult
2018-09-30 10:29
#17
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France Leskines 
Chinese
2018-09-30 10:29
#19
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Poland torrmess 
I mean counties in Europe but overall you are right.
2018-09-30 10:30
greek
2018-09-30 10:30
You talking about grammar or spoken language?
2018-09-30 10:31
#22
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Germany Cyasera 
Finish and Hungarian are the hardest by far.
2018-09-30 10:31
#167
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Estonia MC_Ride 
should include estonian here aswell since they are all uralic languages
2018-09-30 12:06
#184
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Germany Cyasera 
true, too irrelevant though xD
2018-09-30 12:26
and estonian isnt irrelevant? lol
2018-10-01 09:40
#263
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African Union hdlmb 
Learn to read
2018-10-01 09:51
lmao i meant to type hungarian AXAXAXAXAXAXAXAXAXA
2018-10-01 09:51
#265
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Germany Cyasera 
Finnish speakers: 5,4 Million Hungarian speakers: 13 Million Finland might be the better country to live in but Hungary is more relevant.
2018-10-01 11:27
reported
2018-10-01 12:55
#25
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Denmark AircraftPilot 
i would say german grammar is OK but speaking could be hard....
2018-09-30 10:31
#34
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Poland torrmess 
Ja, ich habe Deutsch in die Schule gelernt aber ich Ich erinnere mich nicht viel. The hardest for me was replacement of articles der die das, dem, den, ein, eine...
2018-09-30 10:37
#26
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Albania blizaardy 
Albanian
2018-09-30 10:31
I know only "tashiv sanoma"
2018-09-30 10:35
#112
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Albania blizaardy 
Wrong there is no something like that in albanian. You mean ta qi nonen?
2018-09-30 11:20
#85
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Norway RealSlimShady 
jebem ti maico
2018-09-30 11:12
#116
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Albania blizaardy 
Pickati materina(srpski language)
2018-09-30 11:21
Finnish
2018-09-30 10:35
#36
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Turkey Taylannnnn 
perkele torille saatana vittu ez
2018-09-30 10:38
Finnish, Estonian is so much harder than Polish. I think Polish is relatively hard language to learn (as is any other languge) but nothing special. Id give Polish 10-15th spot in the European list
2018-09-30 10:35
yeah 100000 in the europe its why it is one of the hardest languages in the world kys
2018-09-30 10:53
Lol you really trying to prove your own opinion. Listen kid, I am talking facts while you just saying what you want to be truth. Grow up
2018-09-30 11:01
most of people got the same opinion so where your facts are from "kid who want to prove his own opinion"
2018-09-30 11:29
Most Polish people ;))))) Have a lovely day and dont forget you have english class tomorrow
2018-09-30 11:39
Most Polish people?Of course Polish isn't hard for them and other languages are harder than Polish for them cuz they are from fucking Poland dude!And as always little boy is talking shit about my english even if it isnt that bad at all.
2018-09-30 11:42
You said most people have the same opinion and I followed up with “most Polish people” . Get calm kid.... You dont need to defend your language.
2018-09-30 12:15
I am not talking about your english... you legit missing my every single point. You see what you want to see, you read what you want to read. I reminded you that you have english class tomorrow which has nothing to do with your english skills
2018-09-30 12:17
You really got ego problem.You think you know everything and u are the best as i see it in other post u comment.And yes it was obvious sarcasm from you in this sentence and now you want to make me feel dumb ;)
2018-09-30 12:24
Should I also PM you my bio? I have a problem? Nt stalker ;)
2018-09-30 15:02
ur wasting ur time with a 9yrs old polish kid
2018-09-30 12:41
#35
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Palestine Al_Pacino 
slovakian
2018-09-30 10:37
Polish easy))) finnish hard and shit language))
2018-09-30 10:38
#39
HUNDEN | 
Denmark Jehova 
Italien or danish it's my native languages and I still don't know how to speak it probably
2018-09-30 10:39
Maybe you're 2 stroncc for italian))
2018-09-30 11:22
do you mean hardest to learn? I know it is not in EU but Turkish is kinda hard to learn for an English speaker because there are just some untranslatable tenses
2018-09-30 10:41
#49
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Poland TRIHard7777 
African
2018-09-30 10:44
they say icelandic is hard, and so is latvian
2018-09-30 10:44
#51
smooya | 
United Kingdom Duckbit 
Welsh is soo much harder than other EU languages, we have so many different adaptations for grammar etc.
2018-09-30 10:46
#59
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Poland Cazzorel 
Danish is fckd up
2018-09-30 10:51
#61
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Czech Republic itsNoX 
czech or hungary
2018-09-30 10:52
#87
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Poland $$SOVA$$ 
Czech is easy to understand
2018-09-30 11:14
#160
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Czech Republic itsNoX 
only if u are from poland,ukraine,slovakia or russia
2018-09-30 11:44
+1
2018-09-30 18:20
+1
2018-09-30 18:20
#67
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Europe Avsa 
Hungarian and Finnish probably
2018-09-30 10:56
#68
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France Qu0sT 
I've learned german for 5 years and i don't get it why people are saying it's hard. If you learn the rules it will be all fine. But it sounds really bad Imo. French us fucked up at all Rules got exceptions that hot exceptions too. You can't fake a french accent you need to be genuine french because of the numerous unpronounced letters. Oh and Russian was ok to learn, but it's just unreadable un cursive.
2018-09-30 10:57
how good can you SPEAK german from 1 to 10 ?
2018-09-30 15:31
#253
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France Qu0sT 
8 i'll say, validated C1 level at Goethe Institut.
2018-10-01 09:33
#73
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Czech Republic Whitezz 
Ani piču, polish is ez i understand everything you say so it's not hardest if you wanna talk about hardest then it is finnish and hungarian.
2018-09-30 11:02
#93
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Dominican Republic Kuba! 
+1
2018-09-30 11:16
most of slavic people understand each other more or less but western people's brain explode when they hear us haha
2018-09-30 12:20
#75
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Russia AlexMove 
Polish hahahahahahahahahahha
2018-09-30 11:03
Just because of pronounciation of some connected letter like cz or something like that xd
2018-09-30 11:04
#78
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United States Dood 
all the romance languages are not too hard, I think. croatian, maybe? always looked like nonsense to me
2018-09-30 11:06
hungarian
2018-09-30 11:07
#80
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Netherlands pewpeww 
It all depends on the language you speak yourself, for Dutch people learning German isn't so hard (even without trying most of us can understand it), polish is hard tho, for Russians, polish is easier to learn.
2018-09-30 11:07
#81
Snax | 
United Kingdom LFX 
Polish
2018-09-30 11:08
#82
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Sweden Trkmag 
I heard icelandic is hard
2018-09-30 11:09
#84
pronax | 
Russia ShadTH 
magyar ofc
2018-09-30 11:11
hard ? it's so easy
2018-09-30 11:15
#91
pronax | 
Russia ShadTH 
fak u gaykda
2018-09-30 11:15
buzi vagy
2018-09-30 11:16
#94
pronax | 
Russia ShadTH 
nt prokda
2018-09-30 11:16
nembeseles angolul
2018-09-30 11:17
#99
pronax | 
Russia ShadTH 
i'm gay
2018-09-30 11:17
buzi vagy
2018-09-30 11:18
#107
pronax | 
Russia ShadTH 
i'm gay
2018-09-30 11:18
i know
2018-09-30 11:18
#110
pronax | 
Russia ShadTH 
ur mom gae
2018-09-30 11:18
your mom ruski bitch
2018-09-30 11:25
#136
pronax | 
Russia ShadTH 
and ur mom gae
2018-09-30 11:26
I KNOW
2018-09-30 11:28
ahahahhah
2018-09-30 13:00
#86
cromen | 
Norway Toonga 
At least not norwegian. It is easy as shit.
2018-09-30 11:14
hard ? it's so easy
2018-09-30 11:15
#123
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Ukraine mple 
Why do americans think that Polish is so hard? How are Estonian, Finnish, Hungarian any easier?
2018-09-30 11:22
Englisz ofc
2018-09-30 11:23
LOL. UKRAINIAN ofc Pruvit , 9k spravu?
2018-09-30 11:27
#145
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Romania nkd1337 
Turkish is so fckin hard to understand and speak too
2018-09-30 11:32
Just add "amına koduğum" in any sentence and you are good
2018-09-30 12:38
#238
Styx | 
Turkey Styyx 
He will be dead in 2 hours
2018-09-30 18:17
This subject is Hard to answer, or to pinpoint the hardest language. It all depends on your native language. E.g. a turk has an easier time learning arabic than an Englishman due to similarities in pronunciation. I Think Danish is rather difficult to speak fluently Because they skip so Many letters
2018-09-30 11:33
#148
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Faroe Islands YesntNamer 
my bet would be either Polish or Finnish
2018-09-30 11:35
#158
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Yugoslavia BuddDwyer 
hungarian
2018-09-30 11:43
icelandic/finnish/estonian
2018-09-30 11:51
#166
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Faroe Islands eXplosiv3 
Finnish/German/Icelandic
2018-09-30 12:00
#174
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Denmark JustYes 
Polish/finnish
2018-09-30 12:19
Finnish is the hardest.
2018-09-30 12:24
#181
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Europe Vitroo 
Hungarian
2018-09-30 12:25
#183
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Europe hltv007 
German :/ man whyyyy do u have 1000 variations of one verb if it gonna be used in past present and future and whatever else sense :/
2018-09-30 12:26
german is ez
2018-10-01 09:48
Even we don't really how to speak our own language So yeah Hungarian...
2018-09-30 12:27
klingon
2018-09-30 12:43
Portuguese is as hard as any other latin language but pt people (from portugal) can easily learn other languages not like spain for example that speak in a way that is very hard to speak other languages sorry bad inglando
2018-09-30 12:43
#247
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Spain VIKTORAL 
+1 same with catalan easier to learn other languages after it like italian almost the same as catalan
2018-09-30 18:26
#190
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Belarus diehartz 
Hungarian is the hardest dudes, any hungarian can confirm this
2018-09-30 12:48
+1
2018-09-30 13:00
#197
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Hungary TiboRr 
+1
2018-09-30 13:04
#212
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Hungary Shiron212 
+1
2018-09-30 15:13
+1
2018-09-30 18:11
+1
2018-09-30 18:21
#191
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Finland AdolfH 
atlasandboots.com/foreign-service-instit.. Finnish, Estonian and Hungarian are the most difficult European languages.
2018-09-30 12:48
Mandarin chinese
2018-09-30 13:03
Nice eu language
2018-10-01 09:47
It's a globalized world bro
2018-10-01 17:23
#198
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Hungary TiboRr 
Hungarian. Just try to learn it
2018-09-30 13:04
#200
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Poland Marsholl 
Latvians are saying it's Latvian. Poles are saying it's Polish. Hungarians are saying it's Hungarian And so on. Every language have something hard to master. Those threads are pointless imo
2018-09-30 14:59
#203
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Lithuania andy_ 
true
2018-09-30 15:01
#201
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Portugal R4nger)( 
Im 100% sure that is portuguese .
2018-09-30 15:00
Dutch sounds hard spelling-wise for me
2018-09-30 15:03
If in doubt when speaking it, just act like something is stuck at the back of your throat. Gives perfect pronouncing.
2018-09-30 15:18
#224
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Netherlands ImKuru 
what the fuck?
2018-09-30 16:32
My best friend moved from Holland to Denmark 30 years ago. I know I am overstating it, but it's partly true. Just like danish people speaks like having a potato in their mouth.
2018-09-30 17:07
#239
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Turkey Styyx 
What the fucking fuck
2018-09-30 18:18
Go listen to the two languages, and come back with a proper reply please :D
2018-09-30 18:19
WHAT THEIF FOOKETH
2018-09-30 19:46
#252
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Netherlands ImKuru 
i listen to the language daily, never heard someone say something like this
2018-09-30 22:18
#206
NAF | 
Latvia fl4y 
latvian
2018-09-30 15:03
#211
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Portugal traffikr1 
finnish - impossible polish - not hard, it's just that no one in western europe cares about this language lmao
2018-09-30 15:12
#214
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Hungary Shiron212 
They might not care about Polish, but most websites and products have Polish translation
2018-09-30 15:14
#217
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Portugal traffikr1 
Because most of the traffic on those websites comes from Poland, and Poland has like 35+ million of citizens so it's obvious that you'll have to make translations for them, but I said that for an average person from the western part of Europe learning polish would be pretty useless because you are mainly going to focus on english and maybe another language from a closer country to yours (German, French, etc...) Also products in western europe do not have polish translations (at least in my country) EDIT: not most of the traffic but still a large %.
2018-09-30 15:23
#213
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Poland MBT_yt 
From what I know it's Hungarian & Polish
2018-09-30 15:14
Hungarian.
2018-09-30 15:21
#218
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Europe BladeeCity 
try russian
2018-09-30 15:26
london obviously
2018-09-30 15:28
#226
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Slovakia NoJo 
slovakian, its not that hard to understand but the grammar is complicated af
2018-09-30 16:33
#250
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Hungary Shiron212 
I'm thinking about learning Slovakian or Czech or maybe both Is it worth the time?
2018-09-30 21:55
#270
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Slovakia NoJo 
Not at all, you can use one of them only in the Czech or Slovak Republic, but nowhere else. And It's really difficult to learn them. I advise you to learn the more used language such as English or French/Spanish
2018-10-01 18:13
#272
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Hungary Shiron212 
Thank you.
2018-10-02 21:03
#273
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Slovakia NoJo 
Anytime, my friend
2018-10-02 21:56
icelandic. such a long and difficult to pronounce words
2018-09-30 16:36
have u ever heard german ?
2018-10-04 01:14
Swiss (._.')
2018-09-30 16:37
#268
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Switzerland maftj 
+1
2018-10-01 16:13
#232
s0m | 
Norway goodguyme 
wana talk finish?
2018-09-30 17:36
#236
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Namibia banned_so 
Hungarian finish polish I would say
2018-09-30 18:13
hungarian/finish/danish
2018-09-30 18:19
lithuanian
2018-09-30 18:20
The three most-spoken Uralic languages eesti suomi magyar nyelv?
2018-10-01 09:44
Chinese
2018-10-01 09:48
Overall it's probably finish, Hungarian and polish. But for me personally Spanish is pretty hard.
2018-10-01 09:48
German. Is it der das OR die we'll never know. (its not the hardest but for me it is since its the only language im currently learning xd)
2018-10-02 22:02
+1
2018-10-04 01:12
Spanish Greece Belarus Ukraine Austria All Scandinavian languages (Swedish,Danish, etc..)
2018-10-02 22:02
#278
suNny | 
Finland Felesku 
Finnish could be easy, but the first things that you are getting teached is Illatiivit, Ellatiivit etc (dont know the english versions of the names xd. youtu.be/HtAd78dWUlA
2018-10-02 22:05
Hungary is the hardest language in Europe. Of course, slavic languages also may seem difficult... if you don't speak one of the slavic languages. For example, I speak Russian, and Polish does not seem difficult to me.
2018-10-02 22:07
#290
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Australia harraroni 
Greek
2018-10-04 03:21
#295
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Brazil Eusouimortal 
portuguese
2018-10-04 03:51
Finnish probably one of the hardest
2018-10-04 03:57
#300
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United States ImFat 
I've always heard that Finnish and Polish were the hardest, one of my friends moved to Hungary for a year and recently moved back, he said he couldn't learn the language.
2018-10-04 04:04
#301
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United States crulix 
czech
2018-10-04 04:11
there is no doubt, including specificity of grammar - Russian.
2018-10-04 04:12
#303
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Brazil vinnyzeraNTC 
German and Russian I think for me, a Portuguese speaker, it'd be harder to learn to speak German and to write/read in Russian. I heard that Portuguese and Russian share a lot of common sounds and stuff, but they have a different alphabet so that's hard. And as for German I heard it has even more rules than Portuguese so that would be hard as well. I want to learn German one day as another second language, now I can only speak English other than Portuguese.
2018-10-04 04:22
#306
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Ukraine matizenek333 
Mayby im dumb but for me English is hard to learn LOL (yeah im dumb as fuck) but hardest I think is Iceland language
2018-10-04 21:34
is really hard learn a "perfect" portuguese
2018-10-06 23:33
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