I might be biased, but greek has to be one of the hardest. We have a very complex deep language. After almost 10 years of learning it at school, I can't still say I know it completely there are more things to learn.
Also it depends on where you are. You should probably ask someone outside of europe
Most likely Finnish, simply because its so different from the rest.
enghlis are much hard inside mine opinion
Englando morerest hardest speaking.. Pasha London school veri hard ;(
Using articles with nouns is inconvenient as fuck
We are always told that Danish is one of the hardest languages in the world. A lot of fucked up rules, bending of words etc etc.
No idea how true it is though. Might be an excuse for all the dumbasses.
finish and polish
polish by experience
It depends on your first language, I think you cant really pick the hardest one overall.
Polish isn't that hard compared to the other languages
even google translator cant understand finlan 😎
scandinavian languages and deutsch
Estonian garder than Finnish tbh. 14 cases.
for me all of them are easy
Finnish and Hungarian most probably. Cuz they're Ural-Altaic languages just like Turkish.
Greek is one of the hardest worldwide , wtf everyone uneducated here .
Hungarian is the hardest language in Europe.
And Polish is easy for me as a Russian.
German, Polish is same as Russian and. Spanish maybe
you are romanian, ofc its beyond your learning capabilities
here live many people who cant speak a word after living for 20-30 years here, so it has to be german
Russian or greek because you have a whole new alphabet to learn
And btw russia is european
People say Serbian is hard. But IMO it's Finnish or Hungarian
it's depends where are you from and what Language do you speak
Hungarian and Polish or Ukrainian
lithuanian has to be in the top 5 atleast, it doesnt have any relatives anywhere in europe (you could argue latvian, but if you look at the history that is simply not true) and is not a germanic, slavic or fin-ugric language, the closest relatives are sanskrit and since indian is also related to sanskrit, indian too.
"Lithuanian interest in India grew in the 19th century after the similarity between Sanskrit and the Lithuanian language was discovered. Among European languages, Lithuanian is grammatically closest to Sanskrit. Lithuanians regard their language to be the oldest living Indo-European language."
from what I've heard and read finnish is very hard languake to learn for others since it's so different from others and also every word has like 20 different grammatical cases
why is northern sweden covered ??
If we consider turkey as an european country, it is one of the hardest language in europe.
Definitely Polish/Hungarian. Polish is easier to learn for Slavs, but Hungarian...
German language is damn hard