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Hardest European Language
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Sweden mrnotgay 
in your opinion, what's the hardest european language?
2019-03-07 21:24
German
2019-03-07 21:25
#6
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Sweden mrnotgay 
agree mostly, though you understand many words if you know another germanic language (swedish, danish, norwegian)
2019-03-07 21:26
German is pretty hard. I gave up on learning it. *looks at flag* Oh well ...
2019-03-07 22:04
#177
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Russia hahatun74 
u r sooo funny
2019-03-08 11:01
ik
2019-03-08 11:05
#190
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Germany MrCell 
german humor.....
2019-03-08 11:19
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2019-03-10 13:22
KRAKENWAGEN
2019-03-10 11:53
SCHWEINE KAPITALISTEN. JÄÄÄÄGEER
2019-03-10 13:23
JAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
2019-03-10 16:31
#275
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Germany Kaidixdeh 
This is so funny hahahahahahah hahahahahahhaha rofl lmao xddddddd Xdddddd LOL LUL OMEGALUL LULW
2019-03-10 12:05
#119
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Finland Fliida 
I totally disagree, any Eastern European language, and absolutely Finnish and Estonian.
2019-03-08 09:08
#151
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Malta REKT4ngle 
what about Maltese? :D
2019-03-08 09:49
#174
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Finland Fliida 
Hard to say, as I've never experienced maltese. :P
2019-03-08 10:28
Wait, i didn't know it was exist
2019-03-10 23:34
#350
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Malta REKT4ngle 
well you learned something today then :D
2019-03-11 08:15
#160
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Brazil NubBaiter 
kazhakstan
2019-03-08 10:11
#163
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Austria Laolon 
kazhakstan is not european.... lol
2019-03-08 10:14
#172
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Austria Laolon 
does not matter
2019-03-08 10:25
Yes it does
2019-03-08 11:27
just because you said it doesn't matter doesn't mean it doesn't matter
2019-03-10 12:14
#355
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Europe god_of_hltv 
90% asia btw
2019-03-13 14:35
It's literally easiest language in europe, expect englando of course
2019-03-08 00:25
Not the easiest. Its base is logical and its exceptions are Just random. So learning the language to certain degree and being able to understand and to be understood is easier than other languages but perfecting is harder (in my mind I had french as a comparison).
2019-03-08 00:36
#209
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Europe lalt 
German is still just yet another germanic language. Those are relatively easy to pick up for avg European. Finnish, Estonian and Hungarian are languages which have barely anything common with rest of European languages.
2019-03-08 11:43
German is one of the easiest languages man. It's a very logical language.
2019-03-08 12:33
#255
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Czech Republic progda 
it's so fucking easy, i mastered it in 30 fucking years and now i can almost properly say HELOU
2019-03-10 11:46
english is the easiest language lol
2019-03-08 00:40
#90
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United Kingdom Mattors 
well to someone born in the Uk sure, but when learning grammar rules in foreign languages, it just makes me think how fucking random ours is.
2019-03-08 00:46
im half uk guy and grammar is easy af just braindead people who dont care about eng dont know grammar
2019-03-08 00:48
+1 English ez af
2019-03-08 09:05
#136
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Switzerland iliketurtels 
+1 english grammar is so much easier compared to french grammar
2019-03-08 09:27
+1 the fucking conjugations, with all of the 20000000000000000 different tenses
2019-03-10 11:45
#284
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Switzerland iliketurtels 
I hate it Since 7 years i am learning this language and I still dont get it haha
2019-03-10 12:51
#187
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Romania qAp 
+1
2019-03-08 11:15
#216
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Sweden Bakkmann 
Im not from any english speaking country and english is easy as fuck compared to others
2019-03-08 11:54
English is like an oversimplified germanic language. Yes there are loads of "exceptions", but it's very very easy to become conversational in English, if not master it.
2019-03-08 12:34
#259
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Netherlands Ye_I_Yeet 
nah sorry mate, having studied 3 different languages, I'll have to say english is the easiest one..
2019-03-10 11:48
#102
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Germany zeolikk 
+1
2019-03-08 08:58
apparently it isn't
2019-03-08 11:21
Swedish is way easier. English is just so common that you learn it fairly quickly
2019-03-08 14:37
#257
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Czech Republic progda 
+1
2019-03-10 11:46
definitely disagree
2019-03-08 12:43
#230
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United Kingdom Johal 
german is easier to learn then french (from an english perspective)
2019-03-08 13:47
Never experienced german but french is pretty hard.
2019-03-10 13:21
#293
Rickeh | 
United Kingdom Johal 
From anyone that ive talked to, german is the easiest to learn , but ive omly ever asked english people
2019-03-10 13:31
nah
2019-03-10 11:43
german is ez af
2019-03-10 11:49
#359
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Austria VentreL 
Yes German
2019-03-13 14:39
arabic
2019-03-07 21:25
Oof
2019-03-08 09:06
#249
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United States ferric 
in all seriousness though, I can confirm Arabic is really difficult.
2019-03-10 11:44
it is really difficult
2019-03-10 11:49
Swedistanese
2019-03-10 12:08
#294
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Estonia raynster 
gumbul tukhan
2019-03-10 13:35
#3
Stewie2K | 
Europe Ron1e 
Can i Jokes about arabic?
2019-03-07 21:25
no i already did go away
2019-03-07 21:25
#5
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Lithuania FnaticLit 
Lithuanian
2019-03-07 21:25
#8
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Sweden mrnotgay 
maybe yeah, it's not similar to any other language right?
2019-03-07 21:26
#29
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Myanmar xdcc 
Latvian is similar but their language got influenced by others because they didn't have their own country for a long time
2019-03-07 21:31
Eh em
2019-03-08 11:37
#15
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Iceland cracker132456 
cant be that hard if even YOU can speak it.
2019-03-07 21:27
#85
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Japan LiehgeiS 
You realize he probably grew up in Lithuania? It would be hard to learn for a foreigner for sure.
2019-03-08 00:38
Oh rly??
2019-03-08 11:09
#218
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Sweden Bakkmann 
I think this is worthy or a woosh
2019-03-08 11:55
some sources say it's Estonian
2019-03-07 21:26
#10
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Sweden mrnotgay 
+1 non finns and estonians dont understand shit
2019-03-07 21:27
#11
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United Kingdom 0outof8 
How similar is it to Finnish?
2019-03-07 21:27
we have many many words the same, but they mean absolutely different things. But it's really really easy for a Estonian to learn Finnish and vice versa. f.e puhun is “(I) speak” in Finnish, but “(I) blow” in Estonian mutta is “but” in Finnish, but “into mud” in Estonian hallitus is “goverment” in Finnish, but “mold” in Estonian kirja is “book” in Finnish, but “into letter” in Estonian raamattu is “bible” in Finnish, and raamat is “book” in Estonian
2019-03-07 21:33
#33
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United States Michigun 
+1
2019-03-07 21:37
#38
Japan xen_ 
oi bruv u from the murda mitten are you lad?
2019-03-07 21:57
#39
Japan xen_ 
+1
2019-03-07 21:58
#44
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Finland Amenok 
Those are called false friends
2019-03-07 21:59
You're a false friend :(
2019-03-08 11:24
#219
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Finland Amenok 
Now you made me cry
2019-03-08 12:27
#296
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Estonia raynster 
vitun neekeri
2019-03-10 13:37
+1 :-D
2019-03-10 13:50
#46
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Other xrist 
tere mun kaveri
2019-03-07 22:00
#56
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Finland perkeIe 
Estonian sounds wacky. You can sorta understand Estonian but not much. Many words are from old finnic language and are almost the same in Finnish. All that I can think of are piim which means milk in Estonian, and its close to the Finnish word piimä which is sour milk and jalgratas which means bicycle in Estonian and you can make up 2 Finnish words from it - jalg -> jalka = foot and ratas = cogwheel
2019-03-07 22:05
#297
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Estonia raynster 
Kull is a dick but in estonian its an eagle. NT fellow perkele
2019-03-10 13:38
every estonian understands finnish?
2019-03-08 00:46
absolutely not, just like i said. we have many similar words but they have different meaning
2019-03-10 11:38
Are there any school programs there to learn Finnish? Just curious.
2019-03-08 09:02
ofc there are
2019-03-10 11:38
Nice, because we don't, as far as I know
2019-03-11 07:38
Don't you even have the same national anthem?
2019-03-08 09:07
you are absolutely right. kinda interesting if you ask me
2019-03-10 11:41
It is. Would love to know more about European history tbh. Don't know anything about the history of skaninavia, Finnland, Estonia, Lithuania etc
2019-03-10 15:52
Exact same melody, but obviously different words.
2019-03-10 15:48
Since I can't understand the words, I can only look at the melody ^^
2019-03-10 15:51
#19
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Turkey raviencs 
estonian is hardest i agree, rumours say even native estonians barely speak fluently
2019-03-07 21:29
you're absolutely right. people from far way countrysides dont know how to even wright fluently
2019-03-07 21:31
#40
Japan xen_ 
write* not wright :) your english is very good though!
2019-03-07 21:58
wow ahahha, didnt even notice, my bad
2019-03-07 22:02
#50
Japan xen_ 
I can't even say a single word in Estonian :D makes me sad because it's ez to learn english if you born in EU it seems, here in USA there is no "second" language we learn men))) D:
2019-03-07 22:03
Spanish? It is kind of useful to learn in. Like after 1month im Barcelona now I can understand quite a lot I did not expect this
2019-03-08 10:14
#243
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United States k3ar 
Spanish is taught and understood more in the South-Western states of the USA since they border Mexico. French can be learned as well, but is only really useful in Eastern Canada, at least for NA. People make fun of the USA and UK for not knowing a second language very often, when in reality, we are born and raised with THE international language, hence why foreign languages aren't taught to the highest level in our schools.
2019-03-09 01:41
#263
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Poland Kazahi 
lmao polish is much harder than estionian
2019-03-10 11:50
#299
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Estonia raynster 
Lmao nah meng
2019-03-10 13:39
#9
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Czech Republic _s0 
hungarian /closed
2019-03-07 21:26
#18
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Sweden mrnotgay 
this is probably it
2019-03-07 21:28
#25
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Hungary OwlOfMoist 
#21
2019-03-07 21:30
#21
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Hungary OwlOfMoist 
Noo, its really easy, I'll show you Halott = dead Hallott = heard Hall = hear Hal = fish See? Its easy
2019-03-07 21:29
#32
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Netherlands Removed 
én hall valaki hallott egy halott hal
2019-03-07 21:37
#35
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Hungary OwlOfMoist 
Aaand I'm sorry but that sentence is completely wrong Me hearing = Hallok Me heard = Hallottam En hallottam valakit = I heard someone Hallok valakit aki hallott egy halott halat = I hear someone who heard a dead fish Idk what you wanted to write but I tried to make sense out of it:D
2019-03-07 21:41
#42
Japan xen_ 
wtf is this language based off of? Turkish?
2019-03-07 21:59
It has Turkish influence but its a Finno-Ugric language
2019-03-07 22:02
#51
Japan xen_ 
wow!
2019-03-07 22:03
Huns means Turks
2019-03-08 09:36
#211
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Europe lalt 
It's distinct relative of Finnish and Estonian.
2019-03-08 11:48
#304
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Estonia raynster 
+1
2019-03-10 13:41
#265
AdreN | 
Czech Republic progda 
hungarian is easy kurva anyad
2019-03-10 11:53
#285
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Czech Republic _s0 
stfu gay edition of prokda
2019-03-10 13:13
already made a mistake 😂😂 next time 😎😎 👍 👍
2019-03-10 13:40
#324
AdreN | 
Czech Republic progda 
tell me where is the mistake, i know it's kurva anyád but i was writing on phone and i was lazy to make á
2019-03-10 15:09
#289
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Hungary Griffisz 
+1
2019-03-10 13:21
#13
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Germany _oSi 
Slovakian
2019-03-07 21:27
#16
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Sweden mrnotgay 
not really, other slavs understand a lot of it (especially czechs and poles)
2019-03-07 21:28
try to learn it u swedish twat lmao...if u think slovak language is similar to russian for example u r completely wrong..they would barely understand to each other slovak language also belongs to hardest languages in the world
2019-03-08 00:45
+1 we can understand more Slovakian then Russian. But we do not understand 100%of it coz a lot of words are similar and also same word with different meaning
2019-03-08 10:17
exactly, if someone want to know why we have so much fucking annoying things, like i/y for example biť= "fight", byt= a flat... Grammar is huge, lot of rules and other useless things
2019-03-08 12:34
difference between czech and slovak is like british/american English Rest yeah, impossible to lead a conversation with Balkan/Russians, Poles are something between
2019-03-10 13:43
#135
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CIS Vyadro 
+1
2019-03-08 09:25
*cough cough*
2019-03-07 21:27
#17
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Hungary OwlOfMoist 
Man let me tell you something...
2019-03-07 21:28
Finnish / Hungarian definently most hardest ones out there
2019-03-07 21:29
#24
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Hungary OwlOfMoist 
#21
2019-03-07 21:30
#250
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United States ferric 
Finnish? wtf that's ez EZ4ENCE ENCE ENCE dens putted upperbelt putted upperbelt there I already know Finnish.
2019-03-10 11:45
XD
2019-03-10 23:32
scottish and its not even close
2019-03-07 21:29
#52
Japan xen_ 
you mean like, Gaellic?
2019-03-07 22:04
naah, i meant the accent scottish which speakers could live beside u for 200000 years and u still wouldnt understand shit when theyr angry or talkin fast
2019-03-07 22:20
Welsh seems shit.
2019-03-07 21:31
Finnish and Hungarian no doubt, also Dutch
2019-03-07 21:31
#137
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Czech Republic dobre 
Dutch? It seems to be very similar to English
2019-03-08 09:30
#262
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Netherlands Ye_I_Yeet 
Well it's closer to german to be honest, but yeah dutch is not really that difficult to master, it's just that no one wants to speak it since it's so irrelevant xd
2019-03-10 11:50
#252
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United States ferric 
Finnish? wtf that's ez EZ4ENCE ENCE ENCE dens putted upperbelt putted upperbelt there I already know Finnish.
2019-03-10 11:45
#30
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Europe R2D2s 
Danish/Polish/French
2019-03-07 21:33
Here are some derivations of the word dog, "koira", in Finnish: 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. I didn't even list the plural forms.
2019-03-07 21:34
#36
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Netherlands Removed 
Explain
2019-03-07 21:54
is too hard to explain. Finnish is a shit language, always struggled it with cuz i live in Finland and not a native.
2019-03-07 22:05
#57
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Other xrist 
different forms of it, normative, genitive (koiran maito = dogs milk), pratitive, illative etc... and the little finnish i know "koiralta" this would mean like from the dog, "koirassa" in the dog, "koirasta" from the dog bit from the inside i.e. different prepositions and it's not really completely different words it's just how grammar works in finnish ex kauppa = store kaupassa = in the store
2019-03-07 22:09
#213
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Poland Dorocek 
Tbf you could do the exact same list using polish words. The only difference would be that we have our own letters which makes the words look less shit imo. You have less "aa" "nn" etc. Makes it harder for foreginers tho, because how the fuck would you read "żółć" if you don't know polish xD I believe there was a comic who made a skit about polish insults. He was talking about how you can metamorphose a word "pierdolić" a hundred times and every word means something else f.e. "pierdolić" means fucking, "spierdolić" means to run away or fuck something up, "wpierdolić" means to beat somebody up, "upierdolić" means to fail a subject or cut something off etc.
2019-03-08 11:50
#60
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United States PsychoLogical 
RRRRRREEEEEEE
2019-03-07 22:08
#63
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Hungary mEZENCEphalon 
I wouldn't flex with that brother derivations for dog in hungarian imgur.com/Q6v2vlj
2019-03-07 22:10
i can read everything perfectly, thanks
2019-03-07 22:23
#103
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Germany zeolikk 
Nice 4k picture, can read everything
2019-03-08 08:59
#167
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CIS ZILTOID 
you practically use like 1 percent of those, still a cool flex if you ask me
2019-03-08 10:17
if u understood the grammar, u d know why
2019-03-10 13:43
#351
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CIS ZILTOID 
but i do know
2019-03-11 08:25
#269
kNgV- | 
Italy InSuu 
countryballs lol
2019-03-10 12:00
#94
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United States yadda 
my best buddy was born in finland but lives in the USA he has no finnish accent but is fluent in both english and finnish, the languages literally have nothing to do with eachother.. it boggles my mind.
2019-03-08 00:55
Hungarian is in the top
2019-03-07 21:37
#37
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Portugal kanezz 
portuguese pretty hard, millions of verbs
2019-03-07 21:55
#41
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Portugal Fasper 
this ^^
2019-03-07 21:58
#71
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Portugal B1az3d 
#31 will change your mind
2019-03-07 22:29
+1
2019-03-08 10:16
#170
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CIS ZILTOID 
that's because you're a bunch of lazy bastards, you only like to talk about doing shit, not actually doing it haha
2019-03-08 10:23
#43
Japan xen_ 
surprised no one said English yet :O
2019-03-07 21:59
#72
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Portugal B1az3d 
#45 right below your comment and a minute later
2019-03-07 22:30
#45
Cheater | 
Other wuF^ 
English
2019-03-07 22:00
#47
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Hungary Nemes 
megszentségtelelníthetetlenségeskedéseitekért its a word EDIT: its a pretty good explanation, but it still left out some important aspects youtube.com/watch?v=ikODMvw76j4
2019-03-07 22:05
#53
Japan xen_ 
+1 w 0 w
2019-03-07 22:04
Any of Slav
2019-03-07 22:08
+1
2019-03-08 12:37
#59
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Ukraine s1v9mple 
Finnish no doubt
2019-03-07 22:08
#256
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United States ferric 
Finnish? wtf that's ez EZ4ENCE ENCE ENCE dens putted upperbelt putted upperbelt there I already know Finnish.
2019-03-10 11:46
#61
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Czech Republic ModusOperandi 
L A T I N
2019-03-07 22:09
#62
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
German is easy. Personally French in speaking and writing.
2019-03-07 22:09
#77
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Spain VIKTORAL 
LMAO GERMAN IS BY FAR THE HARDEST its a language forged in hell
2019-03-08 00:26
#79
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
It is easy to speak. French in another hand OMEGALUL nothing you say is like you write it.
2019-03-08 00:30
#80
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Spain VIKTORAL 
french is 100000 times easier in german u learn everything heart akkusativ dativ man it gives me nightmares just thinking of it i still think its a very sexy language for women tho
2019-03-08 00:31
#82
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
Ich weiß gerade gar nicht wo das Problem liegt. Just ask in which connection the Object/subject belongs in the sentence. The only thing I really hate is to set comma.
2019-03-08 00:35
I hate dem / den , never really understood. Always have to ask myself what makes more sense , wem or wen.. hmmm.
2019-03-08 00:38
#88
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
You learn it over time and get a feeling. When you speak it loud you know if it is wrong or right. spin.de/forum/33978/-/f62 maybe this helps this is better deutschakademie.de/online-deutschkurs/da..
2019-03-08 00:46
German is definitely not easy. I see so many mistakes day by day by native speakers ... I got my name for a reason French is weird for me. The adjectives are sometimes placed in front sometimes placed behind the subject. And then there's the subjonctif which is just fucked up beyond everything
2019-03-08 09:14
#64
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United States Firetruck 
Hungarian
2019-03-07 22:13
#68
vsm | 
Brazil hNkV 
How to speak german: No = NAIN NAIN NAIN NAIN NAIN NAIN NAIN
2019-03-07 22:26
#81
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
Nein? It doesn't sound like an A.
2019-03-08 00:31
"ei" in German is pronounced ai dude. Just speak it to yourself dude
2019-03-08 09:15
Depends where he's from.
2019-03-08 11:34
Proper Germany ei is spoken ai Maybe in Bavaria or saxony it's pronounced differently
2019-03-08 11:37
Juu muaki vituttas ol ymmärtämät tätä suome kielt
2019-03-07 22:28
Yarrakö
2019-03-08 09:39
#70
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United States UnitedEurope 
Finnish or Hungarian
2019-03-07 22:29
#73
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Finland perkeIe 
Basics of finnish grammar shortly: Phonological features: Vowel harmony means that different type of vowels can't occur in a same word. Vowels are divided into 3 groups: front (y, ä, ö), neutral (e, i) and back (a, o, u). Front vowels can't occur in the same word with back vowels but neutral words can occur with both types of vowels. For example: Pöytä (A table) Silmä (An eye) Kuva (A picture) Ero (A difference) This means that any endings using either of them has to alternate its vowel depending on what vowels the word already has. For example: Syö (Eat) -> Syödä (To eat) Drink (Juo) Juoda (To eat) The endings differ because one word has back vowels and the other has front vowels. Only time vowel harmony doesnt occur are loan words for example: Miljonääri (Millionaire) Analyysi (Analysis) Labyrintti (Labyrinth) And compound words like: Ruokapöytä (Dinner table) Which consists of two words Ruoka (food) and Pöytä (Table) where the original words follow the vowel harmony. There is also consonant gradation which means that the consonants change in the word and its too fucking hard to explain. Moving on.. Finnish is an agglutinative language, which means it "glues" different postpositions to words to create long words with a lot of information. For example: Katsotko venettämmekin? (Will you look at our boat too?) Translated very directly is Look-you-will Boat-at-our-too Where Katso is look, -t ending means you look, -ko makes the word a question, vene is boat, -ttä means at a boat, -mme means ours and -kin means too. Another example: Epäjärjestelmällisyys (unsystematicity) = epä-järjestelmä-lli-syys = un-system-atic-ity Finnish grammar features: Finnish grammar has no such things as articles and genders. For example: Koira can mean both a dog and the dog And Hän means both he and she Cases: Finnish grammar has 15 different cases (Nominative, accusative, genitive, partitive, inessive, elative, illative, adessive, ablative, allative, essive, translative , instrictive, abessive and comitative). Some cases correspond quite directly to English prepositions. For example Genitive: Koiran (of a dog) Ablative: Koiralta (from a dog) Allative: Koiralle (to a dog) Essive: Koirana (as a dog) Some cases are rarely used and replaced with a preposition. For example Abessive: koiratta (without a dog) is usually said ilman koiraa, where "ilman" means without. Other cases that are not so easy to understand. For example: Partitive case denotes undefined quantities of something and has the -a or -ä ending, for example: Juon kahvia (I'm drinking coffee) Järvessä on vettä (There is water in the lake) In this sentence we see a little bit of consonant gradation since the original word for water is "vesi" but for some strange fucking reason it becomes "vettä" Translative case denotes change of state or simply the state of something and has the -ksi ending, for example: Olet tullut hulluksi (You've gone mad) Kirja on kirjoitettu suomeksi (The book is written in Finnish) Another weird case thing in finnish is telicity. In Finnish a direct object takes either the accusative or the partitive case depending on if the sentence is telic or atelic, which means is the action completed or incompleted, for example. Söin omenan "I ate an apple" Söin omenaa "I was eating an apple" (But didnt finish) Finnish also has a much more free word order because of the case system, and thats why words are moved around the sentence to give the word more focus, for example: Auto on kadulla (A car is on the street) Kadulla on auto (There is a car on the street) Also Genitive always proceeds the noun that it modifies For example: Koiran ruoka (The dog's food) Talon katto (The roof of the house) Adjectives also go before the noun that they modify for example: Vihreä lehti (A green leaf) And always sync case and number form of their noun, for example: Vihressä lehdessä (Inside a green leaf) where -ssä is inside. Another nominal feature is possessive suffixes. For example: Koirani (My dog) Where -ni means that the dog is mine Koirasi (Your dog) Where -si meand that the dog is yours and so on.. Finnish has both prepositions and postpositions, for example: Ilman taloa (Without a house) Taloa vastaan (Towards a house) Finnish verbs have special endings for every person and thus dont need to use pronouns. For example: Tietää (To know) Tiedän (I know) Tiedät (You know) Tietää (He/She/It knows) Tiedämme (We know) Tiedätte (You know) Tietävät (They know) For negative words Finnish uses the endings for the word ei (no) for example: En tiedä (I dont know) Et tiedä (You dont know) Ei tiedä (He/She/It doenst know) Emme tiedä (We dont know) Ette tiedä (You dont know) Eivät tiedä (They dont know) Finnish also can create compact verb forms, for example: Sanot meneväsi kotiin (You said that you are going home) Where meneväsi is "that you are going" Directly translated "You told of your going home" Ostamamme asunto oli Helsingissä (The apartment that we bought was in Helsinki) Where ostamamme is "that we bought" Directly translated "The bought by us apartment was in Helsinki" Ajaessani Turkuun näin sen (I saw it when I was driving to Turku) where ajaessani is "when I was driving" Directly translated "In my driving to Turku I saw it" Finnish also has enclitic particles that are attached to the end of the word and give the sentece a new meaning, for example (as previously mentioned) Ending -ko makes the sentence a question Olet täällä (You are here) Oletko täällä (Are you here) Ending -pa means emphasis Tämä on vaikeaa (This is difficult) Onpa tämä vaikeaa (This is really difficult!) Ending -kin means also Sinä tulet juhliin (You are coming to the party) Sinäkin tulet juhliin (You too are coming to the party. Here are the basics shortly and oh boy thats only the written language. We also have the spoken language which is completely different story ;)
2019-03-08 00:08
#74
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Europe DlSABLED 
What the fuck
2019-03-08 00:17
#75
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Finland perkeIe 
What men)))))
2019-03-08 00:23
#98
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Finland perkeIe 
Vowel harmony example #2 has a typo, correction: Syö (Eat) -> Syödä (To eat) Juo (Drink) -> Juoda (To drink)
2019-03-08 08:47
#104
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Germany zeolikk 
Do you have nothing else to do
2019-03-08 09:00
#141
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Finland perkeIe 
It was 1AM so no
2019-03-08 09:37
Tldr dude
2019-03-08 09:15
#140
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Finland perkeIe 
Finnish grammar is a fucking mess
2019-03-08 09:37
Just saw the post with "kuusi paala" lmao
2019-03-08 09:42
#148
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Finland perkeIe 
Ikr
2019-03-08 09:46
Wait. Do you know the "brain man" Dokumentation? Some autist learned the allegedly hardest European language in one week. It's on YouTube and is really interesting
2019-03-08 09:48
Damn. It's a German documentation about Daniel tammet
2019-03-08 09:50
#158
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France reakq  
Nice and interesting post, I found it very instructive. Thank you :)
2019-03-08 10:04
#161
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Finland perkeIe 
Thank you men)))
2019-03-08 10:12
jesus christ
2019-03-08 10:17
#173
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Finland perkeIe 
No its just Finnish
2019-03-08 10:26
In 200 years, Arabic.
2019-03-08 00:26
#270
kNgV- | 
Italy InSuu 
rn in east london
2019-03-10 12:01
hungarian/finnish i think
2019-03-08 00:39
#93
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Belgium RobinDG 
Counting in dutch is the most retarded thing ever. For example: 25 in english is Twentyfive 25 in dutch is Vijfentwintig Vijf = five Twintig = twenty So we say the last number before the first number.
2019-03-08 00:53
Have you heard of French? Repsect for liking defuse kids btw
2019-03-08 00:59
#124
Boom | 
France mbl4 
98 = quatre-vingt-dix-huit = 4*20+10+8
2019-03-08 09:14
Sacre bleu Belgian is better
2019-03-08 12:42
#229
Boom | 
France mbl4 
sacrebleu hahaha
2019-03-08 13:45
#231
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Belgium RobinDG 
Got to believe in the best Benelux team :)
2019-03-08 14:06
#96
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Finland perkeIe 
Doesnt German do that as well? fünfundzwanzig Five and twenty
2019-03-08 08:43
Sechsundfünfzigtausendachthundertunddreiundzwanzig = 560823 German ftw
2019-03-08 08:49
#121
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Finland akekho 
Viisisataakuusikymmentätuhattakahdeksansataakaksikymmentäkolme = 560823 I think ))
2019-03-08 09:12
#159
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France reakq  
wow, what a pain when you have to pay by check then :o
2019-03-08 10:09
Zesenvijftighonderdduizendachthonderdendrieentwintig = 560823
2019-03-08 11:06
nice try
2019-03-08 11:36
pět set šedesát tisíc osm set dvacet tři
2019-03-10 13:49
Yes we do and it's stupid af but still better than French xD Quatre-vingt-quinze. 4*20+15 hahahaha
2019-03-08 09:17
#138
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Finland perkeIe 
Lmfao baguette logic
2019-03-08 09:36
#97
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Switzerland codplayer 
it really all depends on where you are from. if you grew up with a latin language it's harder to learn germanic languages, if you grrew up with germanic language it's harder to learn latin languages.
2019-03-08 08:47
#271
kNgV- | 
Italy InSuu 
+1
2019-03-10 12:02
Baguette
2019-03-08 08:47
#105
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Germany zeolikk 
Finnish
2019-03-08 09:00
Estonians speaks like fucking birds, cant understand anything xD
2019-03-08 09:01
#360
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Estonia MeX7 
xD
2019-03-13 15:07
#109
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Hungary HAS12 
I always lol at these threads cuz I just know theres gonna be hungarians everywhere commenting about how how hard our language like their proud of it (it isnt that hard FYI). Its like they think their smart for knowing it or something.
2019-03-08 09:06
lol same but finnish ppl
2019-03-08 09:21
Russian
2019-03-08 09:06
#114
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Finland Lounatus 
Finnish 1. Kuusi palaa = The spruce is on fire. "Kuusi" is a common tree in Finland known in English as a "spruce". "Palaa" means "to burn/be on fire". In this sentence it's in the "hän/se" form which happens to be the same as the basic form in this case. 2. Kuusi palaa = The spruce is returning. "Palata" is a Finnish verb meaning "to return/come back". It's verb-type 4 so we remove the letter "t" and the "hän/se" form becomes "palaa". 3. Kuusi palaa = The number six is on fire. "Kuusi" also means "the number 6"... which means you can also make the sentence... 4. Kuusi palaa = The number six is returning. It sounds silly but remember, you could be referring to a sports player who wears the number 6 who has been injured for some time and is now returning. All of these sentences can be used in context. 5. Kuusi palaa = Six of them are on fire. Kuusi doesn't always mean "the number 6". If there is a street containing 10 houses and six of them are on fire, you might say "kuusi palaa". 6. Kuusi palaa = Six of them are returning. Ten of them walked into the forest. Six will return. "Kymmenen käveli metsään. Kuusi palaa" 7. Kuusi palaa = Your moon is on fire. Kuu = moon. si = suffix that replaces the word "sinun". Kuusi = Sinun kuu = Your moon. I can't think when you'd use this, maybe in a sappy poem. 8. Kuusi palaa = You're moon is returning. Even more ridiculous but a completely valid sentence. 9. Kuusi palaa = Six pieces. Well, this is the only one that's not a complete sentence but it still is a translation of "kuusi palaa".
2019-03-08 09:06
Lel
2019-03-08 09:15
This is why finnish language is the worst EU language
2019-03-08 09:37
Ooof
2019-03-08 09:37
i don't understand how 8 is a relevant sentence, it doesn't sound right (unless you meant your instead of you're)
2019-03-08 11:35
#237
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Finland Lounatus 
i just copied it from a website
2019-03-08 19:12
he meant your, and it is a valid sentence, doesnt make sense though
2019-03-10 13:43
Greek
2019-03-08 09:08
russian, if it’s considered european
2019-03-08 09:13
#272
kNgV- | 
Italy InSuu 
no,im learning it ,its not that hard(it is european)
2019-03-10 12:02
Finnish /closed
2019-03-08 09:16
helpompi kun viro
2019-03-08 09:55
/open Rantaryssät vittuun /close
2019-03-08 10:31
okei abdi
2019-03-08 11:03
/open Abdit myös vittuun, mee sinne raksalle ali-ihminen. /close
2019-03-08 11:27
ty kela
2019-03-08 15:20
russian and ukrainian of course, just check how many changes you can make with word on these languages and how it is impossible to make right endings for the foreign guy
2019-03-08 09:16
#273
kNgV- | 
Italy InSuu 
no its not
2019-03-10 12:03
#340
flusha | 
Lithuania fbhx 
you're wrong
2019-03-10 15:48
finnish, russian
2019-03-08 09:17
Lithuanian. Latvian is hard too but i feel that Lithuanian is harder coz its more random and from the same language tree what latvan is
2019-03-08 09:20
polish😱😱😰
2019-03-08 09:44
Hungarian, without a fucking doubt
2019-03-08 09:44
#149
Xizt | 
Czech Republic JalaR 
czech
2019-03-08 09:47
finnish and danish
2019-03-08 09:52
#182
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Finland perkeIe 
Danish is just weird version of Swedish.
2019-03-08 11:05
Which is why its difficult
2019-03-08 14:19
#233
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Finland perkeIe 
Isnt the grammar very similar and vocabulary too, only the accent is hard?
2019-03-08 14:36
I think that many words are similar and the pronunciation is hard.
2019-03-09 01:31
#155
rain | 
Lithuania LevelUpp 
Lithuanian, fuck this language
2019-03-08 09:59
latin
2019-03-08 10:01
no one mentioned icelandic, faroese?
2019-03-08 10:21
It depends what’s your mother tongue
2019-03-08 10:21
from spoken perspective danish, but overall finnish
2019-03-08 10:35
#188
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Poland LucaS04 
Polish and Finnish
2019-03-08 11:17
#189
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France Romsich 
I heard Hungarian is pretty hard
2019-03-08 11:17
any slav language is hard for english speakers
2019-03-08 11:19
depends where youre from really
2019-03-08 11:24
#197
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Netherlands RincoB 
I've heard Finnish is really hard
2019-03-08 11:29
#198
twice | 
Korea Tzuyu 
its funny when people dont realise its dutch
2019-03-08 11:32
#199
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Bosnia and Herzegovina stb1337 
All Nordic/Scandinavian languages are big no no for me. Btw. Fluent in English, German and ofc Bosnian/Serbian/Croatian/Montenegrin language, speaking a little bit of Turkish and Russian also.
2019-03-08 11:34
#214
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Finland perkeIe 
If you're fluent in English and German then Swedish and Norwegian shouldnt be much of a problem.
2019-03-08 11:50
he isnt fluent in English, look at his flag
2019-03-10 13:41
#315
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Finland perkeIe 
"Fluent in English"
2019-03-10 14:47
?? what u mean
2019-03-10 14:47
#320
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Finland perkeIe 
All Nordic/Scandinavian languages are big no no for me. Btw. F l u e n t i n E n g l i s h, German and ofc Bosnian/Serbian/Croatian/Montenegrin language, speaking a little bit of Turkish and Russian also. Fluent in English Fluent in English Fluent in English Fluent in English Fluent in English
2019-03-10 14:50
oh thought that you were implying that my english was somehow bad in the last comment :D but yeah true, a lot of ppl claim that they are fluent in this and that language, but cant really even form a proper sentence with the right grammar
2019-03-10 15:38
Guys it’s Greek for sure , if you search it a bit you will realize it .
2019-03-08 11:36
Polish/Czech Finish/Estonian/Hungarian Rest of the slavic languages
2019-03-08 11:41
russiano obv
2019-03-08 11:41
Bosnian beleive me
2019-03-08 11:49
German, Russian, Finnish and Portuguese
2019-03-08 11:52
Wrong, wrong, right, wrong.
2019-03-08 12:35
Any Slavic language
2019-03-08 11:55
Anyone who didn't mention Finnish and/or Hungarian is retarded.
2019-03-08 12:35
#227
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United Kingdom Dan_p666 
English
2019-03-08 12:42
#234
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Europe Flashbong 
It's definitely the northern/north germanic languages. (Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Greenlandic, Faroese, Icelandic) etc.
2019-03-08 14:33
norwegian and swedish are considered one of the most easiest languages of the world to learn :D:D
2019-03-10 13:40
#325
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Europe Flashbong 
According to you, or?
2019-03-10 15:31
according to world.
2019-03-10 15:35
assuming youre finnish because of your flair and assuming that you know how to speak english, swedish and norwegian are easy languages due to the fact that you studied English in school
2019-03-10 15:36
#334
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Europe Flashbong 
Well thats a bit off. Im from italy. I was taught norwegian, since my dad lives in norway. Maybe im a slow learner, but it was really hard for me to learn.
2019-03-10 15:40
It depends on where you are from. For germans or dutch people, norwegian is easier to learn. For you I guess spanish is easier than an germanic language
2019-03-10 15:44
it doesnt entirely depend on that.... norwegian and swedish grammars are even more simply than any other languages grammar, and yes they are more simply than english
2019-03-10 16:12
#238
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Romania Vladootzz 
hungarian/finnish/estonian and i may sound biased but i can see romanian being difficult for other countries, grammar is really hard and complicated
2019-03-09 00:14
sugi pula?)))))
2019-03-10 12:33
no language is hard
2019-03-09 00:19
any finno-ugric and slavic languages
2019-03-09 00:19
Finnish
2019-03-09 01:33
#244
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Poland Hell2k 
polish ofc
2019-03-09 01:49
#253
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Poland Kazahi 
Polish
2019-03-10 11:45
Arabic
2019-03-10 11:46
#258
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Poland Kazahi 
Polish is much much much harder than finnish
2019-03-10 11:47
#266
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Estonia Saurise 
estonian
2019-03-10 11:53
#267
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Bulgaria ShipzFanClub 
hungarian,albanian maybe greek and finnish
2019-03-10 11:54
I arent thinkz that mens =) I are thinkz polish
2019-03-10 12:34
they say that dutch is in general one of the most hardest languages to learn in the world ill give you a try. Translate this sentence "waarom wij dit doen weten we niet, volgens mij hebben we hier dan ook geen reden voor"
2019-03-10 11:55
dude what :D isnt it very similiar to german? also similirities to english and even danish
2019-03-10 13:40
its a Germanic language but its described as one of the most hardest languages to learn. Why? idk but i know that the dutch grammar is facking shit to learn cause it simply doesn't make sense
2019-03-13 14:34
i dont think so... maybe described as a hard language to learn but one of the most hardest?... no way... Hungarian? finnish? korean? chinese? japanese? even spanish and portuguese are harder, let alone french
2019-03-13 15:25
#274
kNgV- | 
Italy InSuu 
Basque
2019-03-10 12:03
#277
zonic | 
Denmark Hulvin 
Danish
2019-03-10 12:09
people saying german hardest wtf, finnish estonian ez languages
2019-03-10 12:09
yup hungarian/polish/finnish I think German just got fucked grammar, the language itself is mega similar to english
2019-03-10 12:34
#287
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
Most things that aren't similar are the things you use the most. The: Der die das etc Comma rules, we have 15-16 main rules but overall over 100. pronunciation ä, ü, ö ck, k, sch, ch Then use different times: convert verbs Write Nouns big
2019-03-10 13:19
ok but finnish/hungarian is still harder than german here are some words for dog 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. English: Those are words for a dog??? Finnish: Wait! I didn't stop yet. There is still: 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.
2019-03-10 13:39
#305
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
All parts of official language or in colloquial speech?
2019-03-10 13:41
all of those words are official language and you need the last part of the word for example "koiralle" it means; to the dog the important part is the "lle" ending which will make the sentence clear
2019-03-10 13:45
#313
s1mple | 
Germany NatsuS 
If you wanna know all these words you have to do a lot of work. It makes no sense to have for one thing 100 different words. Maybe 2 or 3 but not more. If you have in German 2 different words for one thing then 1 of them is from a different language. Like Hubschrauber, Helikopter Or Geldbörse, Porte­mon­naie, Port­mo­nee
2019-03-10 13:50
they are all the same word koira = dog but the last part of the word determines the entire sentence, to who,from who, how, when, what and such
2019-03-10 14:48
Polish??
2019-03-10 12:34
#286
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Other NDRnews 
Euskara /closed
2019-03-10 13:16
Slovak? 🤔
2019-03-10 13:20
nope, its easy for other slavic languages to learn
2019-03-10 13:38
Finnish, Welsh, Arabic
2019-03-10 13:35
magyar
2019-03-10 13:50
Ence
2019-03-10 14:47
Georgian /Close
2019-03-10 14:55
#321
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Croatia KockicaRekt 
Croatian
2019-03-10 14:53
French
2019-03-10 14:59
#323
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China KingHarlaus 
Latin imo
2019-03-10 15:01
#328
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Turkey devriyeL 
if Turkey was EU then it would be Turkish but no idea
2019-03-10 15:37
yarrak kafali
2019-03-10 15:38
#332
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Turkey devriyeL 
yebbani rot
2019-03-10 15:39
Orospu sikeyim yavsak senin anani sikerim!
2019-03-10 15:40
#335
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Turkey devriyeL 
your words dont make sense really
2019-03-10 15:42
I know. If i'll say it IRL in Turkey i will be killed :( so go cook a kokorec for me.
2019-03-10 15:43
suomi, svenska, norge
2019-03-10 15:39
no
2019-03-10 16:25
celtic languages like welsh, irish and Scots language
2019-03-10 15:46
#346
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Europe Deja_GG_Vu 
finlandia obviously.. only about 500 people in the world that speaks it.
2019-03-10 16:33
#352
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Argentina Maiv 
Spanish is the hardest i think because there are so many countrys who speak spanish and there are so many differents spanish (Spain + South America)
2019-03-11 08:32
#353
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Estonia u3ffe 
Russian is quite hard to learn especially if your ethnicity is not slav
2019-03-11 08:39
Basque Language...
2019-03-13 14:37
#357
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Netherlands xDtrololo 
Good luck learning dutch , especially the grammar makes no sense for a foreigner 😋
2019-03-13 14:37
I'd say Dutch
2019-03-13 14:38
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