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how hard is german?
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Hungary subzera 
i want to learn german so i can move to austria. i only know english so level headed germans, how difficult of a language is german?
2019-02-01 21:14
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Poland henlo 
ezpz i had it in school for 7 years and i can almost say hello properly
2019-02-01 21:15
#3
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Hungary subzera 
hello = hallo i am 200 iq big brain
2019-02-01 21:16
are you black cuz we like blacks here
2019-02-01 23:02
#143
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Dominican Republic SantoDomingo 
Mhm, seems legit.
2019-02-01 23:01
it is
2019-02-01 23:02
#146
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Dominican Republic SantoDomingo 
Why edit
2019-02-01 23:03
im coward
2019-02-01 23:03
#148
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Dominican Republic SantoDomingo 
That's sad
2019-02-01 23:04
#156
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Hungary subzera 
am white
2019-02-02 00:11
#334
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Europe deVulse 
good for you
2019-03-07 16:34
#399
HUNDEN | 
World Viaris 
report
2019-03-07 21:10
cOoL stOrY bRo
2019-02-03 08:21
only because you want someone to make your KAFFEE
2019-03-07 16:36
+1, It's mine 5th year of learning German language and can't even make a simple sentence. This language just doesn't make any sense to me.
2019-02-01 22:04
#107
ZywOo | 
Poland qube1 
+1
2019-02-01 22:26
#130
chrisJ | 
Netherlands toMyy 
Well polish doesnt make sense at all for me. its like szce czse zszcsz csze cszezs
2019-02-01 22:44
And dutch is like mix of english, german and french lul
2019-02-01 22:58
Danish sounds like german but it isn't
2019-02-01 23:00
fuck off, no it doesnt
2019-02-02 00:18
sometimes is does. its really weird, i listen to a lot of danish metal and sometimes words are just exactly the same or very similar.
2019-02-03 21:42
no its not
2019-02-03 22:26
Stfu. Both Germanic languages. I speak both(kinda) and it is very similar.
2019-03-07 14:07
#268
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Sweden Zaser5 
stfu.
2019-03-07 14:24
they are right
2019-03-07 15:04
stfu
2019-03-07 15:05
#296
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Finland xcel 
sounds like weird german but looks like swedish
2019-03-07 15:07
#312
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Panama ayykaramba 
stfu
2019-03-07 15:52
#188
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Denmark NikolaiBC 
I have no prob getting disrespected normally. But you never compare my fucking language to german.
2019-02-03 09:01
Hahahhaha xD
2019-02-03 11:17
i learned danish a while ago and to me it seemed like german for dummies
2019-03-07 15:52
#364
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Sweden RjMxd 
German > Danish
2019-03-07 19:00
#402
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Sweden mrnotgay 
+1
2019-03-07 21:14
narh bro it does not xD
2019-02-03 11:05
i swear i Joint in a game with 4 denish People who talked all ingame. first i tought they are Germans because the lenguage sounds so simulare to each other
2019-02-04 21:53
wtf? you speak german yourself right xD
2019-02-04 22:55
#166
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Poland furleppe 
that's shit education or no effort from the student (or both), not fault of the language at all
2019-02-02 00:27
#332
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Netherlands RincoB 
What is your native language?
2019-03-07 16:31
Polish
2019-03-12 13:50
#400
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Germany Fabbsen 
Tbh german makes a lot of sense. But its very hard i agree. I learned french for 4 years and if someones talking it i can't understand shit. But written i understand a bit and i can speak a bit (but really just a bit lol)
2019-03-07 21:11
I mean it depends. I got new teacher and now it's much easier for me, but still I don't get a lot of things e.g numbers. 26 is sechsundzwanzig and I don't know why. For me it would be easier if it was zwanzig und sechs like in english.
2019-03-12 13:56
#425
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Germany Fabbsen 
Yeah, the twoletter numbers are spelled exactly the other way around. May look weird for foreigners, thats true
2019-03-12 14:20
#2
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Italy steven513 
È abbastanza difficile
2019-02-01 21:16
#7
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Hungary subzera 
i took 2 years of spanish so i can guess that last word is difficult.
2019-02-01 21:17
#10
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Italy Fil0Nerd 
lul yes
2019-02-01 21:19
#11
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Italy steven513 
You're right the word is indeed difficult.
2019-02-01 21:19
#105
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Austria Lottooo 
Lul but that's Italian, somewhat similar though
2019-02-01 22:19
#119
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Mexico LEWORb 
Same root, Latin
2019-02-01 22:34
#355
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United States ARKTYC 
Like Mexican
2019-03-07 17:31
#121
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Mexico LEWORb 
Sure but steven513 could be denying the difficulty
2019-02-01 22:35
U dont need any classes do understand that DIFFIcile=DIFFIcult
2019-02-03 11:18
#205
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Germany LXJ88 
+100 they gave me brainaids with their "smartness"
2019-02-03 11:28
Me too
2019-03-07 19:36
#14
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Poland henlo 
must be hard writing on keyboard with all that gesticulation going on
2019-02-01 21:20
#75
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Italy steven513 
Lmao nice one dude
2019-02-01 21:47
#207
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Germany Bier 
Lol
2019-02-03 11:31
#289
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Uruguay zero`SAMA 
rofl
2019-03-07 14:47
#97
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Brazil vinnyzeraNTC 
Damn I understood that it sounds like Portuguese almost È abbastanza difficile = É bastante difícil ("it's quite difficult" or even "it's very hard") Nice
2019-02-01 22:09
#124
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Italy steven513 
Yeah bro, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian share a lot of similarities. For example, in Spanish it would be "Es bastante difícil." In terms of phonology, I'd say Spanish and Italian are more similar because Portuguese has some different sounds, like nasalized sounds. Moreover, Portuguese is definitely more similar to Spanish in writing, they look quite similar. To conclude, they're really similar.
2019-02-01 22:36
Spanish and Portuguese are similar. Italian not so much
2019-02-01 22:48
#135
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Italy steven513 
Yeah I'm aware, I can speak Spanish and Italian, I've started learning Portuguese recently, it's not too bad, it's just the pronunciation, I can't seem to replicate it, moreover, I find a bit of trouble understanding what is being said. It depends on the person I suppose, I've tried listening to FalleN's stream and I really can't seem to pick up words, for some reason I can understand fnx more. I just need to learn more, simple as that, hopefully, I can speak Portuguese at a decent level soon.
2019-02-01 22:53
#150
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Brazil vinnyzeraNTC 
Have you tried Brazilian Portuguese instead of European Portuguese? European Portuguese is pretty different from the Brazilian version in terms of sounds and nasalized sounds. Portuguese people have way more accent than us Brazilians, plus they sizzle a lot when they talk, like a lot of words ended with "-s", they pronounce as "-sh", "-ch" and such. Plus they tend to pronounce more the letter "R" when in the middle of words. Us Brazilians make the sound of the letter "R" by touching the tongue to the palate when we speak, Portuguese people make that sound by using more their throat (can't really explain by writing, but thing that it's similar to words in English starting with "H"). But yeah Italian, Spanish and Portuguese all have Romance language roots that's why still today there are some similarities. Good to know you're learning new languages, it's pretty good to you to be able to speak other languages.
2019-02-01 23:05
#152
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Italy steven513 
Yes, the one I've been trying is Brazilian Portuguese, I actually haven't tried European Portuguese.
2019-02-01 23:41
But fnx speaks everything wrong
2019-02-02 01:05
They are all Romance languages (French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian)
2019-03-07 16:08
Yeah I'm fluent in Spanish, but I can for the most part understand Portuguese and understand Italian very well. Hell, I can understand a little French too.
2019-03-07 21:17
2019-02-01 21:17
Nice name. Zeus skins stattrak pls volvo for we count
2019-02-01 21:43
#5
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United States PsychoLogical 
I believe the main issue in learning german is grammar.
2019-02-01 21:17
#8
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United States l1nkax 
Siebentausendzweihundertvierundfünfzig
2019-02-01 21:18
#36
mezii | 
United Kingdom salad! 
I'm pretty sure writing numbers out as words looks confusing in any language
2019-02-01 21:31
#39
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United States l1nkax 
yeah just realized those were numbers lmao, got scammed by google chrome ;D
2019-02-01 21:32
lmao bonus points for honesty :)
2019-02-01 21:35
#275
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Turkey keremzen 
no it is right.7245
2019-03-07 14:28
#381
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Europe god_of_hltv 
its 7254 :)
2019-03-07 19:39
confirmed
2019-03-07 19:59
#161
shox | 
Estonia dev2ce 
Seven thousand, two hundred, fifty-four.
2019-02-02 00:18
#61
shroud | 
Canada sukuful 
7254?
2019-02-01 21:41
#92
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Germany Roflcopter234 
ye
2019-02-01 22:06
deutsche Sprache = schwere Sprache
2019-02-01 21:17
#19
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Germany jordi_ 
+1
2019-02-01 21:24
I disagree
2019-02-02 00:17
spricht sich gaul und schreibt sich pferd
2019-02-03 08:43
Es ist nicht so bei mir, hab 6-7 Monaten gelernt und red jetzt wie ein Deutscher. Alter weiß nicht wieso es sein könnte.
2019-03-07 16:15
no
2019-03-07 20:03
wie wird das gemeint?
2019-03-07 21:06
pretty easy if u will work hard on it, read,write,translate a lot and will make some frends to communicate with. that helps a lot. I'm learning german since like I was 8, and totally enjoying it:) the grammar is more difficult, compared to eng, but easier than fr, as I've been told)
2019-02-01 21:18
#15
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Hungary subzera 
how old are you now, no pedo btw
2019-02-01 21:20
17:)
2019-02-01 21:21
#18
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Hungary subzera 
and you know it well enough you could probably live there no problem?
2019-02-01 21:22
I think probably yes. I mean, ofc won't be that easy in the beginning, but after some time I'd acclimate myself. Tbh, as far as I know, u need a baggage of knowledge consisting of just around 2k words in a foreign language, to be capable of living there constantly. The rest of the vocabulary u'll learn by communicating everyday with native speakers:)
2019-02-01 21:27
#56
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Hungary subzera 
fuck i dont even know how many english words i know
2019-02-01 21:38
#162
shox | 
Estonia dev2ce 
Based on this comment, at least nine.
2019-02-02 00:18
#164
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Hungary subzera 
but what if you take into account this comment and all my previous replies?
2019-02-02 00:22
#167
shox | 
Estonia dev2ce 
Sorry mate, my counting skills aren't that good.
2019-02-02 00:56
#173
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Hungary subzera 
mine either
2019-02-02 06:49
#192
oof | 
Montenegro Fraggot 
Neither*
2019-02-03 10:44
guter versuch burger
2019-02-01 21:19
#13
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Russia ReaZy 
IMHO I'd advice just not to be afraid of it. There are some things in German that cannot be explained by rules. You have a lot of things to learn by heart. If you have good memory, go on then and gl!
2019-02-01 21:19
german is a very structured language that is easy to learn as a student imo.
2019-02-01 21:21
#31
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Hungary subzera 
do you know it?
2019-02-01 21:29
in NL a lot of people learn german in school, i had it for 5 years.
2019-02-01 21:43
#183
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Germany NexTheGod 
But your languages are so similar. I'm a burger fakeflagger
2019-02-03 07:46
that also makes it harder, its impossible to memorize when a german word will be the same or almost the same as the corresponding dutch word or when it will be completely different and you will look like an idiot if you just pronounce a dutch word in a german way when it doesnt mean anything. german in structure is very close to latin, with grammatical cases, its quite easy to learn the grammar, you just memorize a couple lists of words and thats it. bis durch für gegen ohne um are followed by a word in akkusativ, ab aus bei mit nach seit von zu followed by a word in dativ. if you ever forget these rules its np, germans themselves do too, just look them up if you are writing something important after that stuff the only hard part is remembering which words are male and which are female, improving your vocabulary just comes down to listening to and reading a lot of german and speaking it with people.
2019-02-03 10:34
#243
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Argentina fhaep 
thats a lie, it doesnt make it harder, portuguese and italian are ez af for me
2019-03-07 14:06
#21
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Hungary lemusz 
I had to learn it as a secondary foreign language for 2 years. It was horrible. If i were you i would choose Spanish instead. More people speaks it, easier to learn, nicer to hear and speak.
2019-02-01 21:24
#27
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Germany pr9ud 
yeah, spanish will help him in austria. good idea mate!
2019-02-01 21:27
#30
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Hungary lemusz 
idk why he wants to go there (maybe beacause the map was removed?:D) but i dont think he needs to learn full german to be there as a tourist or live there for a while
2019-02-01 21:29
#34
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Germany pr9ud 
As a tourist you wont need much german. But common dude, your suggestion was so offtopic :D have a great day my friend!
2019-02-01 21:31
#58
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Hungary subzera 
who says im a he?
2019-02-01 21:39
Lmao
2019-02-01 22:27
#238
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United Kingdom 0outof8 
lmao
2019-02-04 22:58
g'day compañero vamos a poner otro camarón en la barbie
2019-03-07 14:04
"More people" hmmm, South America very rich and friendly, isn't?
2019-02-01 21:28
#35
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Hungary lemusz 
idk dude but many nazis travelled there after ww2 so he may find some austrian too....
2019-02-01 21:31
Autrians weren't Nazis, but ok
2019-02-01 21:32
#44
mezii | 
United Kingdom salad! 
I know at least one was
2019-02-01 21:34
Notice the plural
2019-02-01 21:35
#54
mezii | 
United Kingdom salad! 
so germans weren't nazis either?
2019-02-01 21:35
I don't get you here. Nazis ran away to South America. But Autria was occupied by Nazis, only small number of Austrians were Nazis. btw, notice that when I say "Austrians", I mean people living in Austria, not being born there
2019-02-01 21:39
Many austrians welcomed the Nazis with open arms. It was not really an occupation. More like an old friend returning.
2019-03-07 21:14
We call that disinformation
2019-03-07 21:22
#45
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Hungary lemusz 
learn some history dude... even Hitler was Austrian
2019-02-01 21:34
Notice the plural
2019-02-01 21:35
#46
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Hungary subzera 
i can think of one who was, but ok
2019-02-01 21:34
As "Austrians" I mean people living in Autria.
2019-02-01 21:40
#60
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Hungary subzera 
yeah ik im just messing with you man
2019-02-01 21:41
But seriously, do you know about any other Nazi Austrians? I couldn't find any.
2019-02-01 21:42
#67
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Hungary subzera 
idk. i cant remember learning about any nazis that wasnt hitler tbh
2019-02-01 21:43
There might be the problem. Quite disappointed about US school system though, your greatest victory and you don't go deep?
2019-02-01 21:45
#77
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Hungary subzera 
well theres a lot of material to cover. there is no history class. instead, its called social studies and its different content for every grade. 9th grade, it was geography. 10th grade it was world history. 11th grade it was american history. 12 grade it was government and economics.
2019-02-01 21:49
That's pretty shitty, it's even worse than here
2019-02-01 22:01
What about those cheering for Hitler and the Anschluss?
2019-02-03 11:05
That's called propaganda and other factors. People didn't know what was happening. And obviously, when there are armed soldiers, you think twice before saying anything.
2019-02-03 11:50
Fair enough... didn't think about propaganda... lol. The second argument pretty much depends on how the particular individual is dealing with the situation. Some may try to attack them or form a resistance, others may just duck down.
2019-02-04 17:22
Honestly, everyone would duck down. Hitler didn't even actually considered them as a sub-race or whatever. They had no reason to fight.
2019-02-04 17:25
But then the narrative is quite another story, isn't it? :P I mean in that case, I would consider them collaborators and their recent voting results are also quite irritating. Well, and there was armed resistance in many countries against the Nazis. I don't know about Austria though.
2019-02-04 17:40
We could see them as collaborators, but Allies didn't think so. So whatever. I have no idea about Austria either. Personally I believe, that Hitler used next level propaganda on them and made them actually happy to be part of the 3rd Reich
2019-02-04 17:51
You're probably right. A very reflected answer, I'm not used to that. Have a great week!
2019-02-04 23:32
I think oftentimes the resistance groups and freedom fighters were such a small amount of people that it didn't really make a difference
2019-03-07 15:20
Hence 'oftentimes'. I think the Danish resistance groups were some of the most effective at rescuing national jews by sending them to Sweden, but aside from that they were highly ineffective in their sabotage.
2019-03-08 13:23
#43
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Hungary subzera 
I did. i took 2 years of spanish in hs. even tho im in a state that borders mexico, i decided to not persue it. and from what i know now, yeah id probably say spanish is a lot easier because its pretty good at following its rules. but spanish wont do me any good in austria
2019-02-01 21:33
#22
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Germany jordi_ 
its way harder than spanish for example if u can compare that. because the articles in germany make no sense. you guys just have "the" and we have "der,die,das"
2019-02-01 21:25
#32
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Romania themightyflea 
idk they make sense to me
2019-02-01 21:30
Actually, the articles don't make any sense in English. Someone they are, sometimes not. In German it kind of makes sense.
2019-02-01 21:30
#51
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Hungary subzera 
i am familiar with nouns and articles having gender from taking spanish
2019-02-01 21:35
#72
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Portugal Pokemine 
in spanish there are like 8 articles if i'm not mistaken
2019-02-01 21:45
#79
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Hungary subzera 
un, una, unos, unas, el, la, los, las i think
2019-02-01 21:52
#88
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Portugal Pokemine 
exactly
2019-02-01 22:02
#93
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Hungary subzera 
eh, thats not really a hard concept for me. its just having to remember all the words gender is hard
2019-02-01 22:06
#95
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Portugal Pokemine 
Yeah, but that happens in most languages (except english ofc)
2019-02-01 22:07
#228
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Germany jordi_ 
oh well if you count these kind of articles too then germany has more
2019-02-03 21:19
#251
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Argentina fhaep 
spanish too! ellos, ellas, esos, esas, aquellos, aquellas, estos, estas, should i keep going or i won alredy?
2019-03-07 14:13
#421
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Germany jordi_ 
diese, dieser, jener, jene, solche, solcher, dessen, wessen, der des dem den ein eines einem einen die der der die eine einer einer eine das des dem das ein eines einem ein die der den die
2019-03-08 23:25
you have 2 artikels for "the" though, el and la (not counting plurals), german has 3, der, die and das genders in languages dont make any sense to me unless it is like in russian because it is systematic unlike most of the others
2019-02-03 11:43
#23
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Poland FitPolak 
Definitely more complex one than english, everything works in synergy, so lack of something might drag your level of speech down. If you will to put in work you will get it easy.
2019-02-01 21:26
People are saying, that you just have to learn pronounciation
2019-02-01 21:26
#66
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Hungary subzera 
whats the deal with R? ive been doing some duolingo for the past few days and i cant tell if theyre pronouncing it or not
2019-02-01 21:42
#225
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Finland tetuan 
I had no issues with the pronounciation but the grammar killed me.
2019-02-03 13:24
#25
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Romania themightyflea 
german is an easy language, umfahren is the opposite of umfahren
2019-02-01 21:27
what?
2019-02-01 22:29
#153
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Switzerland Tacticalsine 
vorbeifahren vs. überfahren
2019-02-01 23:49
#26
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Denmark Snakebye 
Just watch Hitler videos on YouTube
2019-02-01 21:27
if you're new to german you wont understand people in austria beacuse of their accents (unless you are in vienna)
2019-02-01 21:32
it's hard bro, i was studying it from 5 till 9th form and i can say only hello, how are you and some basic phrases not more, and also i was the best in my class in german xd.
2019-02-01 21:33
No very hard for native english speaker i think
2019-02-01 21:34
Im from the Balkans and i spoke it with 5 years with small error and with 10 i spoke it perfectly.
2019-02-01 21:34
well if you gre up with it it is much easier, since you had contact with natives in your childhood, i guess? but as an adult with low time it is quite a bit harder.
2019-03-07 14:02
I lived my first 15 Years in Bosnia and leraned German from TV xD
2019-03-07 17:35
Ok, good job! Is german TV common in bosnia?
2019-03-07 18:53
Only SuperRTL is common because there are no bisnian cartoon channels
2019-03-07 19:24
oh, thats interesting. I thought TV channels would produce cartoons for former Yugoslav countries since most of them share a very similar language.
2019-03-07 19:28
There are like translated ones but like only one i know that dont have subtitles is spongebob and the others only have subtitles and are in english
2019-03-07 19:30
Oh, so it misses the target audience as small kids dont know english anyway.. that sux big time imo
2019-03-07 19:31
The only thing left are those stupid turkish or spanish love shits
2019-03-07 19:41
im not sure what you mean..?
2019-03-07 19:58
#52
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Germany M4DD1N 
german is one of the few languages that can be very complex and lazy at the same time. At first, it will be hard to get through grammar and pronunciation, but then you will learn to love how simple words can be, especially because you can combine words like in no other language that I know.
2019-02-01 21:35
#126
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Italy steven513 
Can you show an example?
2019-02-01 22:39
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_nouns#Compo.. the main difference is that compounds in german are written in 1 single word, whereas english compounds have a space between each. But there may be some other language following that principle
2019-03-07 14:11
The Nordic languages are following the same principle
2019-03-07 15:28
Russian lul You can make a word out of 3+ words and it will make sense
2019-03-07 14:17
#55
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China teguP 
I found it pretty easy in primary school, but now that I have it as a secondary language at uni (after 4 years of highschool where I didn't see a single German word), I find it pretty hard to get back to it. IDK why.
2019-02-01 21:37
#63
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
Die Deutsche Sprache, so sagt man, ist sehr komplex, wenn es um die Details geht. Nicht nur eine kleine Veränderung der Wortwahl kann entscheidend sein. Ein Komma an der richtigen Stelle ebenso. Dem wäre noch hinzuzufügen: "Der Genetive ist dem Dativ sein tot". TL:DR German is hard to learn. Is has more similar grammatic to France than to English. But it has 3 different types of gender "Der die das" but no clear rule when you use that. Also, some words write you with "Big" letter. A sentence and one small word change can make a huge difference. Also a comma in the right place. Speaking is also a problem because English has no Ä Ü Ö. Also, a word with K or ck can sound similar or total different etc. Good luck and have fun
2019-02-01 21:45
#73
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Hungary subzera 
i took spanish for 2 years so having multiple forms of the word the isnt too much of a new concept to me (el, la). also i heard that all nouns are capitalized? is that true?
2019-02-01 21:45
#80
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
Nouns should be written big yes. To the "the" also belongs to many personal pronouns. I don't know about Spanish but have they also cases like Nominativ, Genitiv, Dativ, Akkusativ. Because on them it depends was personal pronoun you use. Beside the grammatic part, you have to learn a lot more vocabulary than you learn in English to write average English. Because German has for everything a word or two. English is more a language where you use the same words in a different context. In German don't.
2019-02-01 21:56
#83
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Hungary subzera 
in spanish, all nouns and the articles referring to them have genders, either masculine or feminine. el - masculine singular la - feminine singular los - masculine plural las - feminine plural all mean the
2019-02-01 21:56
#86
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
In german you beside the gender you also ask to who you speak and in which connection the persons or the object is. The nouns in German has also gender Die is more like female der is more like male das "neutral" but there is no rule what is what. And they change in the case of this 4. "Der" can go into "dem " den" "dessen" etc Nominativ "Who or what" "Wer oder was Genetive "Whose "wessen Dativ "whom or who" "Wem" Akkusative" who or what" "Wen oder was" If you wanna look how hard german is google for the "duden" it is the German lexika it can give you a little bit help.
2019-02-01 22:06
#128
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Italy steven513 
Lmao looks just as difficult as learning Russian, grammar is absolute cancer.
2019-02-01 22:41
#129
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
A Russia guy who learned both languages as a kid said Russia and German both very difficult. Russia is a little bit easier but not their letters
2019-02-01 22:44
#134
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Italy steven513 
Hmm yeah, I'd say learning the Cyrillic alphabet isn't hard though tbh, it doesn't take long to start reading in Russian, it's what comes after, like vocabulary and grammar. To conclude, both languages are pretty difficult.
2019-02-01 22:48
The worst there is no rule behind it. DAS Mädchen (the girl- but the arcticle is "neutral")+ DIE Fußballmannschaft (the football team -article is female.wtf?) DER Koffer (the suitcase -article is male)
2019-03-07 14:15
#266
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Hungary subzera 
ive noticed
2019-03-07 14:22
Yeah, it means that even guys who ar very smart and live here since 10 years still struggle with some articles- like one of my lecturers from czech republic. He is super smart, lives here for 25 years, knows all kinds of technical terms but still asks us for the proper article :D
2019-03-07 14:25
#273
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Hungary subzera 
is using the right article even that important? if someone uses the wrong the, is it even a big deal?
2019-03-07 14:28
nah, especially at university noone gives a damn. But he still wants to know and asks us every time.
2019-03-07 14:29
#282
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Hungary subzera 
makes sense
2019-03-07 14:34
Don't most of the words ending with -er have "der" article? Not sure about -chen ending but -ung ending mostly (or always?) have "die" article. Probably -schaft ending also usually or maybe even always have the "die" article. Die Freundschaft for example. There are some "rules" that you can follow.
2019-03-07 17:11
There are some common endings, but too many exceptions. I also didnt notice some of the similarities you spotted, good job^^
2019-03-07 18:51
I learned German to B1 level and my teacher would prepare some common endings that usually have certain articles but I agree, German have too many exceptions in this field.
2019-03-07 19:20
Well, I think Icelandic is even harder ;D at least from what i have heard
2019-03-07 19:29
I'm Polish so I can't really tell you :P
2019-03-07 19:33
ok reported for fakeflagging btw
2019-03-07 19:35
Du bist ein dummkopf. Deutsch ist sehr einfach.
2019-02-01 21:46
#76
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Albania So_Fucking_EZ 
Why learn a dead language?
2019-02-01 21:49
#84
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Hungary subzera 
because some countries still want to speak it and not english
2019-02-01 21:58
ALBANIA OMEGALUL
2019-03-07 14:45
#78
sergej | 
Finland jUPPE! 
Es ist sehr leicht.
2019-02-01 21:49
genau bruder
2019-02-01 22:16
#85
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Europe bad_at_life 
rather learn speak arabic, more useful in these times
2019-02-01 22:01
The only difficult part for a person learning German is grammar. Otherwise, it is rather simplistic, and there are many cognates with English.
2019-02-01 22:04
living 10 years in germany, after 3-4 years i could speak german fluently without accent ...
2019-02-01 22:05
#94
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Hungary subzera 
what language did you learn it through?
2019-02-01 22:07
what do you mean ?` I m russian moved for school to germany
2019-02-01 22:12
#106
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Hungary subzera 
well you are russian, speaking english and saying you know german. im guessing russian was your first language, so you did learn german through russian or did you learn english and then learned german through english?
2019-02-01 22:25
nono I learned german through russian , but I guess it will be easier to learn it through english because you have the same letters. I would say it will be hard for americans to speak without accent because of your "r" pronunciation but try it out its not difficult
2019-02-01 22:56
#158
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Hungary subzera 
yeah i dont even know how to pronounce some of these basic words, like frau or brot
2019-02-02 00:16
You'll prove it or I'll kill you !
2019-03-07 15:06
#96
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Germany Roflcopter234 
easy, learned it before kindergarden 😎😎
2019-02-01 22:08
#109
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Hungary subzera 
epic. thats especially impressive coming from a german
2019-02-01 22:27
#98
ckN | 
India SinghSir 
very
2019-02-01 22:11
#99
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Netherlands Keith_Bakker 
Quite hard actually
2019-02-01 22:11
i cant even speak correctly and live here for 19 years rofl
2019-02-01 22:16
immigrant?
2019-02-01 22:26
no but i talk to other people quiet rarely xd
2019-02-01 22:28
understandable
2019-02-01 22:29
#159
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Hungary subzera 
same
2019-02-02 00:16
#182
s1mple | 
Germany P4iN 
lmao
2019-02-03 07:43
If you know old English sentence structure, like Shakespeare, you basically know German sentence structure. The fine details are difficult to learn, but the basics are pretty easy. And people will understand you with basics.
2019-02-01 22:16
#112
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Hungary subzera 
what do you mean exactly about the sentence structure?
2019-02-01 22:28
Order of words. Similarities don't quite end there. Old English even had 3 articles etc.
2019-02-01 22:34
Its actually really easy, i learned it as a kid
2019-02-01 22:27
FUCK ARTICLES OK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK
2019-02-02 01:03
Lol mad 'liseli'
2019-02-03 11:35
Nicht besonders schwer.
2019-02-01 22:30
Bei einem Österreicher
2019-03-07 16:19
Richtig.
2019-03-07 19:24
why the hell u wanna move from usa to austria.Or is it just fake flag? Its hard af,nothing comparable with english...ive been learning german for 8years,i learn that shits and i could barely speak with german guys....shitty language..
2019-02-01 22:30
well... they say german language is philosophic language
2019-02-01 22:33
The language is horrible i know but it is the easiest language hands down in the whole European Continent
2019-03-07 16:22
i doubt its easiest lol
2019-03-07 16:36
Main land Europe, not the british isles
2019-03-07 17:04
i dont speak only english i can speak also german
2019-03-07 17:07
i dont care and it doesnt relate to my statement
2019-03-07 20:58
dont talk to me 211 comments guy
2019-03-07 20:59
Im not him/her so i can talk to you
2019-03-07 21:09
1.5x of english
2019-02-01 22:36
#123
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Brazil Fallenzera 
well 7x1 proves us is very hard
2019-02-01 22:36
the way they teach german in school is fucking aids, i dont know how to introduce myself in german after 10 years of learning this bullshit in school
2019-02-01 22:38
#144
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
Guten Tag mein Name ist g8Q0wHYReformed. Ich bin HL TV Benutzer und habe in eurer Schule nicht mal gelernt mich vorzustellen. Now you can introduce yourself. Seriously if you don't trust me use google translator.
2019-02-01 23:02
#127
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Norway kakemann 
For me, a norwegian, german is easy because our languages is quite similar when it comes to the words and phrases. However the grammar is hard and you really have to cram it in
2019-02-01 22:40
i learned it the hard way that some words are 100% the same. I was talking with a friend about a norwegian girl in the same class and she understood :/
2019-03-07 14:19
Norwegian, Dutch, German, English, Swedish, Danish, Icelandic are all Germanic languages. Go figure
2019-03-07 16:24
#131
GuardiaN | 
Poland JKG 
it's not hard imo but i wiil never learn it i have german since 6 years in school and i barely can make easy sentences maybe i would learn it if i didn't have english in school
2019-02-01 22:46
harder than english but not that hard, im learning for about 8 years and my level is like B1/B2, you dont really have to learn grammar that much if you wanna move to austria
2019-02-01 22:48
#140
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
The grammar is the first thing they will laugh about. Say "Den Auto mich rammt in Nacht bei Döner" and people think you have 50 iq
2019-02-01 23:00
i went to school in austria for like half a year and even some teacher didnt use proper grammar and overall my experience is that noone gives a shit if you use wrong artikel or preposition
2019-02-01 23:03
it of course depends on the stuff you do
2019-02-01 23:05
#151
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
Maybe they don't say anything. Because Germans and Austria are very shy about such comments. If you say "oh look how he speaks" you are surrounded by 200 lefties and call you Nazi. In the end, it depends where you work and what other persons work there as well. If you have only Hauptschüler there then the grammar is no problem.
2019-02-01 23:06
well, the austrians often dont use the "proper" articles themselves.. :D
2019-03-07 14:22
I hear too many germans say "weil ich (verb)..." "dass ich (verb)..." Germans make mistakes themselves too
2019-03-07 16:28
#338
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
It isn't incorrect if you end the sentence with the verb. At least with "weil ich gehe" weil ich fahre/rauche/bin... if you try to make a statement. "weil" means you wanna tell a reason. Dass is another case.
2019-03-07 16:58
But since like they always mean it as a reason
2019-03-07 17:02
#357
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
But one is a justification "weil ich zur schule ging... " and the other is more like a statement "weil ich gehe!" both tell a reason but on a different personal level.
2019-03-07 17:40
the second one is still SOV.
2019-03-07 21:01
#137
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Germany Scrouch123 
german is only 4 200 + iq people
2019-02-01 22:57
4.200 you missed the decimal point
2019-03-07 16:06
its easy if you wanna learn to communicate only, it will get pretty hard if you start learning grammar
2019-02-01 23:52
Anddddd that is a bullshit.
2019-03-07 14:14
learning some phrases by heart is quite simple if youre just a tourist. Becoming fluent is the hard part.
2019-03-07 14:23
Well I became fluent in 1 year. So becoming fluent isn't really hard at all.
2019-03-07 15:49
Did you live in germany/austria? If yes, thats why. Learning it at home is very different, you dont have the practice with everyday situations. And it also depends hpw gifted you are, some learn faster than others :)
2019-03-07 18:49
Yeah I live in Germany for 5 years already. Agree with the second part too.
2019-03-07 19:50
youtu.be/0JMOuhtrqMw want this to happen to you??
2019-02-01 23:54
hahahahaahhaa made my night 👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿
2019-03-07 19:30
german is the easiest language you can learn if you're a native english speaker
2019-02-02 00:15
-1
2019-02-02 01:02
Just watch a lot of german porn and you'll learn it fast
2019-02-02 01:02
#174
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Hungary subzera 
got recommendations?
2019-02-02 06:49
Oh yeah.
2019-02-02 16:11
#180
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Hungary subzera 
And they are...?
2019-02-02 19:58
A secret.
2019-02-03 07:38
#185
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Hungary subzera 
damn it
2019-02-03 08:20
Annie aurora *flies away*
2019-03-07 14:25
Oh jaaa Wolfgang, schneller, Ich will deinen schwanz in meinen hals fuhlen. Oh jaaaaaa.
2019-03-07 14:14
HAHAHAHA, 10/10 impression
2019-03-07 14:26
XDDD
2019-03-07 15:49
#172
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Sweden notleft 
I think the grammar is hard, and I never know when to use das, der or die.
2019-02-02 01:06
Der die das is easy tho.
2019-03-07 14:13
#318
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
Den diesen deine ein einer eine einem dem Der die das are the basics
2019-03-07 15:59
#175
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Hungary subzera 
today i have learned german is somewhere between very easy and very hard
2019-02-02 06:50
it's pretty easy if you're dutch
2019-02-02 06:51
#178
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United States Nellie^ 
i took 4 years of german in high school, but i remember as much as a 2 year old german baby
2019-02-02 10:19
compared to spanish, french and the scandinavian ones is pretty easy. atleast that was for me
2019-02-03 07:52
Scandinavian languages are easy af tho.
2019-03-07 14:12
next joke please
2019-03-07 17:27
Ich bin eine Mann, Du bist eine Mädchen. I actually taught myself but I'm pretty bad at it.
2019-02-03 10:42
I think it's somewhere around upper intermediate or higher
2019-02-03 11:29
2 mistakes in this short sentence. I think this says a lot about how hard german is. hint: it is very hard.
2019-02-03 11:52
-E twice :)
2019-03-07 15:25
Correct :))
2019-03-07 16:54
it is "ein" for both sentences. which is weird because "man" and "girl" use the same article in this sentence :/
2019-03-07 14:28
its not so hard
2019-02-03 10:50
If you actually put in the work any language can be learned properly within a few years. Consistency is key.
2019-02-03 10:54
I found speaking the language pretty easy, just not the writing. Like I can speak understandable German after 3 yrs in school
2019-02-03 11:02
German is difficult but not impossible, but if you want to move to Austria, it will be a lot harder because we speak so many different dialects ^^ Sometimes they are so different that two guys, for example one from Vienna and one from Vorarlberg can't communicate properly xD
2019-02-03 11:02
German is not that hard to learn.
2019-02-03 11:04
compared to finnish, which language isnt easy?
2019-03-07 14:29
as a german I can tell you that german is a stupid language. it's too complicate. in english there is "the" and in german there is "der, die, das". I think most younger Austrians and Germans speak pretty good english, so I would stick to that.
2019-02-03 11:13
ez
2019-02-03 11:20
Wouldn't consider it easy but it has a lot on common with English Easy to learn (as an English speaker) hard to master might describe it correctly
2019-02-03 11:36
I was pretty decent at German when I was at university, tbh. Not fluent but I was able to hold a conversation about most things with a native speaker without having to switch to English - that took about a year and a half of self-study. If you want to consider yourself truly fluent, you'd probably have to double that. You are slightly advantaged compared to me though, as your mother tongue is closer to German than mine is. Vocabulary shouldn't be a problem for you, grammar and probably learning genders for the first time will probably be the biggest obstacles. My German skill level has since decayed a lot through disuse - this thread makes me want to brush up again.
2019-02-03 11:39
''You are slightly advantaged compared to me though, as your mother tongue is closer to German than mine is.'' Ehhhhh, WHAT????
2019-03-07 14:10
german and english at least use similar sentence structure, finnish is an agglutinative language which is veeeeerry different. Also some english vocabulary derrives from old high german
2019-03-07 14:32
Yeah but he said Polish is closer to German. It really isn't tho.
2019-03-07 15:50
Ok, i think we can agree on that^^ I thought we were talking about english
2019-03-07 18:50
I was talking about English, at least. OP's flag is the United States so I'm assuming that's his native language. I don't know what this guy's talking about above. edit: But for the record, I'd actually still say Polish is closer to German than Finnish. Finnish really isn't related to any modern European languages at all aside from Estonian and (distantly) Hungarian
2019-03-07 22:11
i meant english and german are from the same family of languages. I guess i wasnt clear enough^^
2019-03-07 22:13
No, you were clear, sorry - perhaps I wasn't. I agreed with what you wrote above, english and german are similar and that's actually what I meant in my original post. What confused me is why #308 thought I ever mentioned Polish in the discussion, because I didn't.
2019-03-07 22:13
oh, ok, all good :)
2019-03-07 22:15
When did I say that? I was talking about English
2019-03-07 22:09
The guy who created the thread is Polish lol.
2019-03-08 14:30
He's got an American flag, so I think it was reasonable of me to assume that English was his first language. I'm not a mindreader.
2019-03-08 15:09
Yeah. Whatever.
2019-03-08 16:40
#211
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Korea XigNw0w 
Hard
2019-02-03 11:39
#212
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Latvia Ke]R[4u 
easiest language out of 5 that i know,
2019-02-03 11:41
hard
2019-02-03 11:50
the grammar is retarded thats all
2019-02-03 11:55
#219
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Switzerland Sureyah 
its very hard if you only speak english.
2019-02-03 12:00
#220
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Brazil m16r_0 
german can be a beautiful language , i think there is no other language wher you can express yourself as much as in german especially in a philosophical way but its really hard to learn the language if u wanna use it on a proper level.
2019-02-03 12:02
German is super hard dude. Especially in Austria. Glhf
2019-02-03 12:02
my brother speaks german, he found it easier to learn than spanish, which is one of the easier languages for english speakers to learn. idk if other people learning german are of the same opinion, but id encourage you to at least try learning it, never know when it might come in handy.
2019-02-03 12:03
Don’t they speak London in Austrialia?
2019-02-03 12:09
All you need to know is: "Ich habe scheisse in meiner lederhosen" And every1 in the room will laugh and like you.
2019-02-03 12:13
#226
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Poland Kobel_ 
I don't think it's super hard but you have to want to learn it to actually do it I always struggled to remember what articles (der, die, das...) particular nouns have and their variety It didn't help that in Polish words also have gender, but often different one than their counterparts in German, for example; paperclip - Polish spinacz (ten spinacz, masculine), German die Büroklammer (feminine), so that just adds to confusion
2019-02-03 13:57
#227
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Other 1Faren 
German is one of the most difficult languages to learn because of declension en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_declension
2019-02-03 13:58
LMAO such a bullshit. I could speak very good after 4 months.
2019-03-07 14:08
#255
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Other 1Faren 
CoolStoryBro
2019-03-07 14:15
IsAFactBro
2019-03-07 14:15
I came to germany when i was 9 years old (2012) , now im turning 16 and i can fluently speak it. I already could since i was 11 years old so i think it is pretty easy once you get the basics , just start talking a lot to people and you'll get the hang of it.
2019-02-04 21:55
#240
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Germany Payynnkilla 
nice one
2019-03-07 13:40
if you show a Brazilian woman picture the german will get hard. if you know what I mean ;)
2019-03-07 14:09
I dont think darker body types are attractive, sorry mate
2019-03-07 14:20
germans only get hard from überstunden or 7:1 WC results :/
2019-03-07 14:35
put some mashed potato in your mouth when you speak -> Walla! Now you can speak German
2019-03-07 14:12
Nah, that's dutch.
2019-03-07 14:16
#281
khaos | 
Netherlands mikat 
British*
2019-03-07 14:33
#298
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Norway PeteZz 
Danish*
2019-03-07 15:09
+1
2019-03-07 15:23
Nahhhh, in Denmark they put cocks in their mouth and speak.
2019-03-07 15:51
#259
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Yugoslavia HeavySmoker 
Halt die fresse arbeitlosengeld anwender
2019-03-07 14:16
you have no rights to speak
2019-03-07 15:23
Austria is not germany cuck. When they speak germany they become a little extreme if you know what I mean.
2019-03-07 14:17
#264
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Hungary subzera 
nein
2019-03-07 14:22
#269
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Austria m1racle_ 
schon ein kleines bisschen
2019-03-07 14:24
*Schon *Bisschen
2019-03-07 14:47
#279
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India Noobdian1 
It's ez Es ist sehr Einfach
2019-03-07 14:32
#280
khaos | 
Netherlands mikat 
not that difficult, had it for 2 years in highschool and I can now read it pretty well, can also say some basic sentences, fine for going on holiday there but if you're going to live there you'll pick it up quick
2019-03-07 14:32
#297
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Norway PeteZz 
It’s Pretty easy for dutch people to learn German isn’t? Different languages but a lot of similarities.
2019-03-07 15:08
yea usually dutch can understand us but not vice versa
2019-03-07 17:11
sometimes you can pick up some words when they talking, its really difficult tho, if i try to read it i can get more context
2019-03-07 17:12
#383
khaos | 
Netherlands mikat 
this might also because we get forced into 2-3 years of german before getting a choice :)
2019-03-07 19:45
understand german = easy actually speak with navite germans without accent = good luck bro
2019-03-07 14:44
so hard
2019-03-07 14:45
/ k
2019-03-07 14:48
i only know a word and its called: scheibeee
2019-03-07 15:05
#294
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Norway PeteZz 
Pretty ez to learn the basics, but advanced grammar can be tough. Understanding it properly could take some time too. But if you go for an intensive course, and use it lot (get a german friend or skyping) should go pretty well imo. PS: I knew Norwegian and English from earlier, so was perhaps a tad easier for me (Norwegian is arguably closer to german than English)
2019-03-07 15:07
Learning any language is possible. Consistency is key and using different methods. Talking to natives, a bit of grammar, learning vocab etc.
2019-03-07 15:09
#300
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United States Festive_ 
i tried learning german a year ago and it went really well. i learned almost all conjugations of verbs really quickly. it helps if you’ve taken either a germanic or romantic language before. i found it easy but i got bored of it because i was already taking spanish and i didn’t want to put in the time of learning the vocabulary. if you’re invested it’s easy enough for an american.
2019-03-07 15:11
#309
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Vietnam comergod1 
I've loved English so much since the first time I was in a German class.
2019-03-07 15:50
#313
NBK- | 
Czech Republic matymon 
Ich möchte schnitzel mit pommes frites bitte JAJA danke schon
2019-03-07 15:53
see ya in 10 Please write your comment in English. Comments in another language will be deleted.
2019-03-07 15:55
#389
NBK- | 
Czech Republic matymon 
very original answer
2019-03-07 20:33
hard af
2019-03-07 15:54
#316
s1mple | 
Austria RRRS7 
why austria ? :D boring af here
2019-03-07 15:55
Go learn polish and come to Poland, we need niggas in our country to clean toilets.
2019-03-07 15:59
#319
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
And we need Poland to clean our toilets.
2019-03-07 16:03
for Americans German is basically impossible
2019-03-07 16:04
LOL! Whatever.
2019-03-07 17:11
I am also learning German, just try and listen to the news and read German newspapers on a daily basis. Watch Youtube videos (the ones that talk fast like Felix von der Laden), listen to raps, change your electronic devices to German language when displayed. There are tons and tons more but when you move to Austria then the opportunities will expand even further. Btw its not that hard, been learning for 6 months and talk like a German, not fast but correct.
2019-03-07 16:04
have you ever tried learning a new langauge before or is it gonna be your first time?
2019-03-07 16:09
i think learning german is not that hard but mastering this stupid language is hard af
2019-03-07 16:21
It is a language that sounds like horse language, that's why donkeys can't speak it.
2019-03-07 16:23
GERMANS COME If i go some language academy in germany can i reach B2 level?
2019-03-07 16:34
It's one of the easier ones to learn for english speakers, but it wont be easy ofc. However if you live in a German speaking country the learning will happen pretty quickly.
2019-03-07 16:57
#341
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Brazil Fallenzera 
i met one once, very hard i can confirm, but amazing experience
2019-03-07 17:03
AUF GEHTS!
2019-03-07 17:04
German is not terribly hard. Half the words are pretty darned close to English, and a lot of others you can figure out without too much trouble. The biggest issue is all the articles agreeing with cases. It affects what you add to words. Overall, not terribly hard. From English, probably one of the easier languages. Spanish might be a bit easier, but German isn't terrible.
2019-03-07 17:11
#352
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Europe thaifinnen 
i've studied german for 5 years and i could use it if i went to germany but its the grammer thats hard. i would talk bad for them but they would still be able to understand me
2019-03-07 17:27
#358
gob b | 
Germany Koxky 
It's hard for me to give you a clear picture, but I think grammar is really fucking hard. Vocab shouldn't be too big of a problem, especially because many of our words are self-explainatory.
2019-03-07 17:41
german is fucking ez
2019-03-07 18:50
visit me motherfucker
2019-03-07 19:31
#374
Maka | 
Sweden meistr0 
Not that hard imo. Swedish & German is kinda "similar". I know some German, but i am not amazing at it.
2019-03-07 19:32
go learn ruski
2019-03-07 19:35
#379
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Brazil Collee 
Don't worry. You can learn any language in 2 years max except for finnish, which takes 10
2019-03-07 19:37
Not hard. Only hard language in the world in finnish-
2019-03-07 19:37
finnish isnt inherently difficult, its just harder for english speakers to learn because its so different
2019-03-07 20:37
#385
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Bulgaria AboveYall 
well i don't wanna sound racist or smth but americans arent known for their great language skills, anw german is not that hard, hard is only when u want to be absolutely fluent. Since ur first language is english u might get the basics and speak german at decent level in a couple of months cuz has lots of similarities with english, as i said its hard only if u want to speak fluent german but even germans dont speak fluent german so it doesnt matter..
2019-03-07 19:52
#390
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Sweden ThorinEk 
its right about somewhere around the level of impossible
2019-03-07 20:34
Novadays in Germany and Austria We speak more arabic and turkish than actually german
2019-03-07 20:42
#393
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Germany YoOli 
German is pretty hard, even for Germans themselves :D
2019-03-07 20:54
#405
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Austria epiXYZ 
What do u even want in Austria? Or better where do u wanna go to, since we dont speak a real german here since we have some different dialects here.
2019-03-07 21:21
#406
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Hungary OwlOfMoist 
Not even close to hungarian, but hard
2019-03-07 21:22
It's easy if you're a genius. You will understand that german makes sense very quickly if you are one.
2019-03-07 21:30
#411
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Austria db42 
keep in mind, just like switzerland, we dont exactly speak like we write. understanding dialects is pretty difficult for non-native speakers, even germans struggle with understand those xd
2019-03-07 22:12
#415
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Norway zavson 
sehr einfach du huan
2019-03-07 22:15
#423
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Turkey buzgibibira 
Too easy. Almost same structure as English. Yeah and as every other Indo-European language.
2019-03-12 13:53
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