I would say Arabic or Mandarian.
probably chinese but hungarian is up there aswell
Chinese, especially Mandarin Chinese I attended one course where we had a possibility to learn Chinese and about 50% dropped out and chose some other course after a couple of classes.
I went through with it but forgot almost everything afterwards.
like 24 noun cases, I can't even learn the measly 4 of German
There are probably many others too but those are the first ones that come on to my mind
i wouldnt put finnish over chinese&arabic
Hebrew and Arabic are really hard, I've heard Hungarian and Finnish are hard aswell
There is no certain hardest or easiest language
Basically all the peasant languages like finnish, hungarian, arabic and hebrew
If a person not brought up in denmark learns to speak danish perfectly i would consider that person a god. I still havent seen it happen, not with swedes or norwegians even. They cant pronounce certain words and sounds correctly no matter how fluent they are in the language
I can tell you Japanese is not that easy for native english speaker
I also hear Icelandic is crazy difficult
Laughing at those who say Chinese is difficult, but then i'm fluent in 2 varieties and almost intermediate in another. Not fair XD. And the fact I'm educated mostly in English..
I would say Arabic.
Brazilian portuguese is pretty hard to learn imo
Japanese, is only for smart people like weebs
German because of all the articles and the way they change and shit
japanese writing uber hard
French is a very difficult language to speak and write as well.
probably all arabic languages which uses those weird letters.
- French has a very hard pronunciation tbh, I never really found someone that can hide his accent.
- All the tones in Mandarin must be quite hard for french speakers for instance as they already have trouble with the simple greek tone.
- Japanese and Chinese are surely the hardest when it comes to writing.
- Talking about grammar, I'm sure Hungarian, Finnish or Estonian are hard but are all the cases really used? I mean, when you see how many tenses we have in Greek, we don't always use all of them so it's not really required to manage them all.
I’ve been told multiple times that Finnish is the most difficult language to learn, along with Mandarin and Sanskrit. Guess it depends heavily on your mother tongue.
mandarin, finnish just by the way finnish sounds and mandarin looks
Chinese, Russian, Arabic, Navajo
Deutsch cuz of rough tones.
I had French in School the grammar is easy but to speak it wtf. No fucking word is spoken as you write it.
Georgian (bcs of alphabet)
Chinese I am half chinese btw
grammar - finnish, hungarian
but the difficulty of obtaining a new language always depends on what languages you already speak.
Japanese Korean Chinese FInnish my best guess.
southern european languages like italian, portuguese and spanish
finnish is probably one of the hardest to speak. the hardest to learn to read and write is thai. mandarin is very simple in terms of grammar. it's not hard, it's just a lot to memorize
The only people who can teach you it, will kill you on sight
Arabic or Chinese because I never hear people speak this
the difficulties of certain languages are based a lot on your native language
for example: portuguese will be far easier to learn for a spanish speaker than a japanese speaker
but i do hear that icelandic is one of the hardest languages to learn universally
I bet chinese, they make different sounds
Danish for sure, its really hard to learn.
Monkey language is the hardest.
arabic maybe ? cuz its the mother of all languanges
i have heard danish should be hard to learn but i dont know
Estonian is pretty difficult
Hardest useful language: German
Hardest language: Cantonese
french and scandinavian languages
easiest is Hindi
toughest can be any of south Indian(especially Tamil),Chinese-Japanese etc cuz I never tried them,anything in Persian script(understanding Urdu,Arabic,Persian might be easy for me but writing not).
I've tried Russian,Spanish and Portuguese a little bit so they aren't hard at all especially Spanish if you know English.
Swedish, I cant pronounce it at all.
Polish, my native language but its hard as fuck
Russian, cause even half of russians cant speak it properly
I can easily say some dead or near dead language like Manchu but that's kind of cheating so how about... classic Mongolian (not the Cyrillic version)?
PT/PT-BR, Danish, German, Japanese/Chinese
im chinese and i find cantonese hard
i guess french is hardest cuz it's the reference language in UN when confusions come up so it must be very accurate
So many people have no idea what they're talking about
any foreigner who tried to learn Russian will say that this is a very difficult language.
I think most have not tried
English is the easiest language to learn.
Estonian the most difficult Latin alphabet based language to learn. The hardest language, according to the blog, is Japanese, followed by Chinese, Korean and Arabic. ... Finnish is ranked sixth, right after Estonian
Russian is pretty hard to learn for foreigners because of its grammar, and also a lot of russians cant even write anything in russian properly without mistakes.
Definitely POLISH! No doubts, even we as native speakers do a lotta mistakes (don't even ask how's it possible) but we really do!
Maori shit would set anyone's ass on fire mens
Languages of uncontacted tribes :O)
Hardest languages are the most useless languages such as Chinese , ppl depend on mandarin usually and can't even understand Chinese
It's gotta be Japanese. Their alphabet alone is cancer, not even taking into account the different honorific levels. 1 entire alphabet with 46 symbols (hiragana) for basic japanese, an entire other alpabet with another set of symbols for loan words and emphasis (katakana). AND THEN, on top of those two, you have the same terrible pictogram system that Chinese has (kanji). Except, these characters can have up to like 10 different ways of reading them depending on the context. It's just a terrible designed system.
So in a single sentence, you can see all 3 of these different ways of writing in the same line.
Oh yea, their language has no spaces either, so they actually juggle the 3 alphabets around so you know how to split the syllables in a sentence.
I think it is deutsch. Fak i cant learn that language