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Hardest languages?
Peewie | 
Faroe Islands surni 
Finno-Ugric, Asian languages imo what do you think
2020-08-17 16:32
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english
2020-08-17 16:32
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Peewie | 
Faroe Islands surni
i dont think so
2020-08-17 16:33
language without any rules
2020-08-17 16:33
#78
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Russia Drapery
there are rules lul
2020-08-17 17:26
yes which contradicts itself always
2020-08-17 17:26
#81
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Russia Drapery
examples?
2020-08-17 17:30
#118
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Australia halyxd
though thorough through thought
2020-08-17 18:42
finnish is 1000x harder from what I've heard
2020-08-17 20:07
#241
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Finland SunMutsi
"Kuusi palaa" is a great example. me.me/i/finnish-is-a-great-language-the-..
2020-08-18 15:23
Kuusi palaa
2020-08-18 16:06
#288
perk  | 
Finland eIe
Pronunciation is easier, because it's consistent.
2020-08-19 21:09
ty for your input funny name btw
2020-08-19 21:14
#292
perk  | 
Finland eIe
Thanks.
2020-08-19 21:15
#176
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Russia Drapery
They mean different things, they sound different and they even being spelled diferently
2020-08-17 22:23
#179
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Australia halyxd
the point is 'ough' is 4 different sounds
2020-08-18 02:22
What about "their, there, they're"
2020-08-18 03:01
the word mercedez has 3 e's and all of them sound different
2020-08-18 05:19
#290
perk  | 
Finland eIe
I believe in German all the e's are the same, not sure tho
2020-08-19 21:13
read read read
2020-08-18 15:29
+11111111111
2020-08-18 03:31
+1 what do you expect of yellow teeth? but the american language basically perfected english
2020-08-17 18:07
0/8 BE > AE
2020-08-17 18:28
+1 American English is stupid. Go clog an artery or something
2020-08-17 20:55
that was a good one !
2020-08-18 05:13
#282
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United Kingdom the_NDR
+1 English > American Creole
2020-08-18 20:00
english is absolutely spastic pronunciation and orthography wise but it's incredibly simplified grammatically
2020-08-18 04:49
true
2020-08-18 15:18
english is the easiest language lol
2020-08-17 16:50
English is the hardest. Russians still have not learned it.
2020-08-17 18:03
Neither did the french...
2020-08-17 19:08
True dat.
2020-08-17 20:46
wtf i did
2020-08-18 02:32
"what the fuck i did"
2020-08-24 19:45
"i did a goat"
2020-08-24 19:46
If u live in Russia and u dont use it as much as some underpopulated nations like finns, is that a problem? u must be really stupid to not understand that russians have a big coutry, bunch of famous and great artists, films, books, tons of information, basically. And thats one of the reasons why english isnt that used there. Meanwhile here in Sweden most people mix swedish and english when its not even an official language. U dont need a good lvl of english to give some basic info :) Whats even more interesting is that russians are still way more friendly and nice than arrogant selfish (for some unknown reasons) finns despite the fact that amount of russian players is x500 more :)
2020-08-18 05:09
mad
2020-08-18 15:37
Yes, suvakki from Sverige XD
2020-08-19 21:06
If u live in Russia and u dont use it as much as some underpopulated nations like finns, is that a problem? u must be really stupid to not understand that russians have a big coutry, bunch of famous and great artists, films, books, tons of information, basically. And thats one of the reasons why english isnt that used there. Meanwhile here in Sweden most people mix swedish and english when its not even an official language. U dont need a good lvl of english to give some basic info :) Whats even more interesting is that russians are still way more friendly and nice than arrogant selfish (for some unknown reasons) finns despite the fact that amount of russian players is x500 more :)
2020-08-18 19:42
Flag checks out
2020-08-17 17:50
xd
2020-08-17 18:53
0/8
2020-08-17 19:18
but it is also intuitive and everywhere making you subconsciously learn or realize things and words
2020-08-18 14:35
English is very easy to speak. e.g some words sound the same but mean different things so you dont have to learn the pronunciation of many words. Hard thing is to write English correctly as lots of words sound the same but spelt slightly different. but good thing is you can write words wrong in english but you can still understand the meaning. e.g. Its over there, Its over their. (to, two, too)
2020-08-18 15:44
+1
2020-08-18 15:48
english is the easiest language of them all finnish seems to be the hardest to master as a non-native
2020-09-24 23:22
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coolio | 
Hungary BYZMO
+1
2020-08-17 16:37
#6
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Czech Republic PaYaB
I can imagine that our language can be really hard to master. With letters like ř, č , ž or š.
2020-08-17 16:37
Nice try czechia
2020-08-17 16:39
nt prokda
2020-08-17 17:08
we also have ž,č,ņ,ķ,š and also i know russian, so ez for me
2020-08-17 17:31
We also have č, ž, š + dž, ć, đ..
2020-08-17 17:41
Yeah, it's really not easy to learn Serbian :(
2020-08-17 18:30
U tried? :)
2020-08-17 18:50
Have been learning for 3 months already
2020-08-17 18:51
Well since u are Russian it must be a bit easier for u. I guess u are struggling with cases, 7 of them? So every word u need to change by those cases unlike in English for example.
2020-08-17 18:57
No, in Russian we have exactly the same cases (except vocative), the toughest thing is those small words, I often confuse where to place them
2020-08-17 19:01
Oh yeah, those adverbs and stuff, I feel u.
2020-08-17 19:06
try croatian then xaxaxaxaxaxa
2020-08-17 18:53
Hahahahaha so funny
2020-08-17 18:54
#133
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Poland Blaszek
what about ę, ó, ą, ś, ć, ż, ź, dż, dź, sz, cz, dz, rz ?
2020-08-17 19:05
#160
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Finland neeVV
what
2020-08-17 21:02
tetragraphs arent hard
2020-08-18 14:57
#137
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Cambodia ChaosEC
Ž, č, ų, Ą, ū, ę, ė u know
2020-08-17 19:13
Czech EZ Slovak even more EZ
2020-08-18 20:14
Asian languages except Korean Id say. Honestly one of the easiest languages I mean you can literally learn to read the language in 5 minutes youtube.com/watch?v=TE4eplsFSms But I do agree Chinese is probably one of the HARDEST languages out there.
2020-08-17 16:37
yeah
2020-08-17 16:38
korean is not hard I agree, but learning how to read korean in 5 minutes is obviously bullshit since understanding the concept doesn't equal having it all memorized instantly, you still need to practice it.
2020-08-17 16:39
Korean is VERY hard. I lived there half a year and met many people who studied it in korean uni for 3 years and couldnt speak fluently. Its not easy by any means actually looking at rankings Korean is the 5th hardest language in the world to learn. "korean is not hard" kek
2020-08-17 16:56
Nah it's not that hard. If you can't speak it after living there for 3 years and studying it you might just suck really hard at languages in general. The grammar is nothing special and it's a very logical language. Very different to germanic and romance languages, sure, but once you overcome that it is not difficult compared to many other asian languages.
2020-08-17 17:00
And you know this.. how? You speak korean? Or lived in Korea? Pretty much every list on google has korea as a top 10 hardest language to learn, but i suppose you know better
2020-08-17 17:02
Reading Korean is not hard. Writing and knowing the differences between some of the letters is hard. Then theres some other stuff like what sound does the rain make? Thats actually what the Korean SAT subject test asks and its hard stuff.
2020-08-17 17:09
reading is easy yeah, learnt it in 30min and then practiced 2 hours remembering the letters and i could write any word i wanted, very easy.
2020-08-17 17:13
imagine dedicating yourself to learning a language for three years at a university, and also living in the country while you do it... and you still can't speak it xDDDDDD wtf???
2020-08-17 17:34
+1
2020-08-17 19:15
Kinda sad TBH
2020-08-18 14:54
Mandarin is really not that difficult. There is next to no grammar and the only thing you need to learn are the symbols. I think something like Finnish can be really difficult because it has so many different rules and ways of inflecting words
2020-08-17 17:03
+1, to speak Mandarin you just have to learn the symbols
2020-08-18 15:21
Hardest part
2020-09-24 23:09
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perk  | 
Finland eIe
But pronunciation makes a huge difference in Mandarin, am I right?
2020-08-21 10:30
finnish, icelandic, hungarian, lithuanian, chinese if you want to speak it well
2020-08-17 16:37
What is fucked up about Icelandic is that if a non-native speaks Icelandic fluently we can always sort of spot it right away that he isn't a native. I've spoken to people who've been living here for 20 years plus and speak pretty good Icelandic but they still don't catch this native pronunciations
2020-08-17 17:12
Yeah, especially the different th sounds, often times both in one word are really hard to pronounce perfectly for most people. Like for example in Hafnarfjörður, the ð right behind the r is impossible for me to prounounce correctly.
2020-08-17 17:20
yeah that and the double L sound are probably the ones who give it away the most, fjall, jökull, Páll etc and there is of course always eventually going to be a grammar error in their sentences which native would never make because of the native instinct which is also a factor
2020-08-17 17:30
#83
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Finland Autisthicc
isnt that the same with every language?
2020-08-17 17:33
I don't think so, I would assume that you can develop the native pronunciations after X amount of years in majority of languages, Spanish, French, Swedish and whatnot. But I'm no linguistic expert
2020-08-17 17:38
Speaking fluently is one thing. Being able to sound 100% native is almost impossible for every single language.
2020-08-18 13:18
Both my parents moved to Brazil 35 years ago. They speak pt 100% fluently, and yet, they get spotted right away as immigrants. Without a very specific training, such as years of speech therapy, it is quite impossible to obtain a native accent in most languages. IE: for non native speakers, it is almost impossible to mimic all seven "s" related sounds in PT ("ç" "z" "ss"). Also, Portuguese has genders, and for many words the general rule doesn't apply. For non native speakers it is very VERY hard to know the proper articles for such words.
2020-08-18 16:04
Thats the same for every language
2020-08-17 18:02
+1
2020-08-18 15:01
It depends of your native language. For eng speakers the hardest are mandarin, japanese and arabic
2020-08-17 16:37
#11
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Brazil mrlhw123
german
2020-08-17 16:38
#54
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Germany I_Am_Jerm
nah bud
2020-08-17 17:02
nope
2020-08-18 15:06
#13
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Brazil sakaaa
My guess is that the hardest language to master is your own. since most of our understanding of it comes from streetsmarts and not academics (like the content you cosume when learning other languages), we tend to know what to write/say but not why or how it works (rule wise)
2020-08-17 16:39
wtf brasil smart?
2020-08-17 16:39
#146
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Brazil CaiGod
Are you surprised to see a foreigner with a constructive criticism? why are brazilians stupid? explain if
2020-08-17 20:05
#218
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Brazil lirded_kj
Yes
2020-08-18 14:36
wow thats deep
2020-08-17 16:40
#41
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
Fair point. Academically it's fine but modern-day bastardisation of languages definitely obscure the nitty-grittiness of core languages.
2020-08-17 16:53
doesn't matter how much you study, always, will came a litle monkey speaking wolrds that have 7 letters using just 2 and don't giving a fuck
2020-08-18 02:38
Yes! I've studied 11 years of finnish while being native speaker and still make mistakes all the time in the written language.
2020-08-18 19:37
#277
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Brazil sakaaa
yes, our informal way of comunicating constantly get in our way :( i find this to be very interesting in fact, because if the people wants to comunicate 'wrongly', MAYBE we should start questioning if the rules are indeed right hehe
2020-08-18 19:40
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RUSH | 
United States ShawnM
Asian langauges and some eastern eu countries Also idk about African langauges but they might be super hard
2020-08-17 16:39
yeah theres a clicking language lmao
2020-08-17 16:40
lithuanian latvian finnish and hungarian
2020-08-17 16:40
wat? lithuanian and latvian are Indo-european languages and they definitely not that hard to learn
2020-08-17 16:53
you dont even know how hard lithuanian is, every word is different, easy languages to learn are those logical ones, or at least similar to popular languages
2020-08-17 17:02
btw as a polak i learnt russian in 8 months, was so easy to learn, even accent was so easy, but lithuanian? impossible
2020-08-17 17:03
#107
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Japan raimiska
Its only hard for english- only speaking people. Russian and latvian have almost the same grammar and similar words too. Russian is harder than latvian and thats a fact. And because latvian and lihuanian are so similar it should be easier to learn these two languages than it is to learn russian. As a polish person you find it easier to learn russian because both polish and russian are slavic languages with their own similarities.
2020-08-17 18:18
Wtf,if cis language ez for you,how latvian can be harder?
2020-09-25 00:29
romanian
2020-08-17 16:41
but its latin language
2020-08-17 16:41
no, it's a mixture of latin and slavic languages, since our land has been occupied by plenty of nations throughout the history. And it has some messed up grammar
2020-08-17 16:44
+1
2020-08-17 16:53
#259
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Moldova Deventeex
its ez
2020-08-18 16:45
French Gammar, Good luck
2020-08-17 16:42
#26
OK | 
Peru airbIade
Russian grammar: hold my beer
2020-08-17 16:43
polish grammar laughing
2020-08-17 16:46
hungary grammar with 76852 cases behind the polish grammar and ready to kick his ass
2020-08-17 19:43
wtf
2020-08-17 19:56
in portuguese this sentence would be funny ok
2020-08-17 21:14
xd
2020-08-18 15:23
Not that hard tbh.
2020-08-17 16:50
#45
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Peru airbIade
do u know russian?
2020-08-17 16:55
Yes i did study russian and spent some time in russia (foreign exchange student).
2020-08-17 23:12
Russian is harder than english but way easier than latin. And if latin doesn't count i'd still say it's easier than german
2020-08-17 23:13
#92
Fors | 
Brazil ricca
true
2020-08-17 17:38
lmao no
2020-08-18 15:14
what no, russian is one of the harderst languages and its a fact, french not even close
2020-08-18 15:20
axaxaxax 0/8
2020-08-17 19:20
if it's similar to spanish (which it should be, no?) it can't be that bad for English speakers. The vocabulary in French is so fucked though, so many silent letters that just fuck my mind hahahaha
2020-08-17 20:17
French is one of the easiest languages tho
2020-08-18 15:24
Poorvak
2020-08-17 16:42
kekw
2020-08-17 16:43
Greenlandish
2020-08-17 16:45
#33
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Armenia TiBoN29
Chechens language the hardest
2020-08-17 16:47
kek
2020-08-17 16:51
#34
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Italy effetS
Italian is one of the hardest, we've got a shit ton of verbs and it's really difficult even for us to learn them and when to use them
2020-08-17 16:48
nah
2020-08-18 22:00
#35
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Lithuania Edze
Hungary probably
2020-08-17 16:49
#39
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
Japanese indefinitely... learning to speak Japanese is hard enough but the kanji and written Japanese can take decades to learn...
2020-08-17 16:51
I'm having a real struggle my man. Japanese is so tedious to learn, so many Kanjis....
2020-08-17 16:58
#49
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
I'm fluent in Japanese to some extent but it'll never be perfect.
2020-08-17 16:59
How long did It take you to learn how to speak and write properly?
2020-08-17 17:01
#58
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
It's taken me a couple of years to get the right pronunciations of words down but my written Japanese is appalling. Katakana is easier to write than Kanji or Hiragana, though.
2020-08-17 17:03
How come hiragana is hard? Kanji I can understand since you need to remember. but hiragana? whats so hard about it? or are you doing calligraphy or something?
2020-08-18 19:40
??? chinese is objectively more difficult, because unlike Japanese, there aren't easy hiragana and katakana to fall back on. It's literally all kanji
2020-08-17 17:38
This is true but I think the fact that katakana and hiragana exist just for the Japanese language heightens how difficult the language is.
2020-08-17 18:08
katakana and hiragana are made to make the language simpler
2020-08-18 03:40
Not if you want to be fully fluent. Japanese is harder than Chinese if you want more than basic speaking and reading because of the number of different pronunciations for kanji.
2020-08-18 14:58
+1, I passed the JLPT N1 when I was 16 and I am fluent in Japanese, however I am still constantly learning new shit. I disagree with the kanji part, as I learnt how to write 2300 kanji in about 6 months, and I feel like kanji in general makes lots of aspects of Japanese easier. The most annoying part about Japanese imo is the large amount of words in the language
2020-08-18 03:19
obviously you are learning new things lol I did a IELTS test at 16 and I am still learning a lot about English
2020-08-18 03:42
You definitely need to learn a shit ton more words in Japanese compared to English to get to around the 99% comprehension level though. Also in Japanese, there is other aspects such as Keigo, which even Japanese people have to study throughout school and often get wrong. Pronunctiation wise, Japanese also has pitch accent which has many rules and is important to learn if you want to sound good speaking the language. Also I'm assuming that you are fake flagging? lol
2020-08-18 03:51
oresama wa nihonjin da😎
2020-08-18 04:33
if u rly r nihonjin, then why did you take the IELTS and not the Eiken bro?
2020-08-18 04:40
because it is easier to use IELTS score to apply for the university i want to attend
2020-08-18 04:57
ah okay. Your english is very perapera mens((
2020-08-18 05:09
yeah you're right. finnish, estonian, hungarian, korean, chinese, japanese, arabic
2020-08-17 16:53
#44
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Lithuania karkeris
Lithuanian maybe, i mean its related to Sanskrit and that shit is hard... also letters "ą, č, ę, ė, į, š, ų, ū" just makes it even harder to learn.
2020-08-17 16:53
All Indo-European languages are related to Sanskrit, in the same way as Lithuanian is. German, Russian, Polish, Greek etc... because Sanskrit also comes from Indo-European
2020-08-17 17:03
#62
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
Character-specific languages are always a pain to learn and understand. With French it's not too bad because it's English characters with accents and diacritics.
2020-08-17 17:05
Imo it is Hebrew
2020-08-17 16:58
Armenian is hard to learn (if u not Armenian ofc). Also Chinese, Korean, Japanese, etc, etc.
2020-08-17 17:00
#53
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Poland humen))))
come to brazil language
2020-08-17 17:01
#57
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Romania sky27
sweden 100%, i have a swedish friend, he sais something in swedish, i say it almost the same and then hes like, na you said it wrong and then proceeds to say the exact same thing i said. They have so many words that sounds the same and just swedish people know the diffrence
2020-08-17 17:02
#63
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Finland HARD4ENCE
lol 0/8. Swedish as a language is almost as easy as English. In fact, they aren't grammatically too far apart, both being in the same language group.
2020-08-17 17:09
+1
2020-08-17 17:08
#68
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Romania sky27
you learn swedish in school, its like you saying french is hard when i learn it in school and its not as hard for me ;p
2020-08-17 17:11
#72
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Finland HARD4ENCE
Well yeah, just because you don't interact or use the language doesn't make it 'objectively' hard. I've studied Swedish at school but don't ever use it in my everyday life so I've forgotten most things about it. If I started studying it again it would probably come back pretty quick. For any English speaker, Swedish would be rather easy to learn.
2020-08-17 17:30
Finnish
2020-08-17 17:09
#71
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United Kingdom iXuhi
Any language with word genders
2020-08-17 17:13
#119
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United States big_brain
French?
2020-08-17 18:45
#122
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United Kingdom iXuhi
French, German etc
2020-08-17 18:51
#134
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United States big_brain
flag check out
2020-08-17 19:06
Romance languages are quite easy to learn. Wrong usage of genders does not jeopardize communication that much, it just sounds funny.
2020-08-18 16:14
"weird genders" or your language is weird for not having (not using) them? (Though it's the right way)
2020-08-18 19:34
#73
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Hungary fasomlul
hungarian or some kind of chinese
2020-08-17 17:16
Lets start with the word "Dog": 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
2020-08-17 17:17
wait.... what?
2020-08-18 04:46
wanna see the plural forms next?
2020-08-18 12:39
do you have different dialects in your language?
2020-08-18 14:37
Oh yes. East and especially Northern Finland (Oulu and upwards) sounds way different than rest of the country.
2020-08-18 15:06
do you understand each other easily?
2020-08-18 15:25
Yes we do. Northern Finns are the only ones who can speak their own kinda Finnish that has really weird words, but they know that no one else understands them so they know not to speak it to anyone else but themselves :D
2020-08-18 15:30
other dialects has always been weird
2020-08-18 15:36
#220
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Brazil lirded_kj
Yes, please
2020-08-18 14:37
nice
2020-08-18 15:13
#80
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Poland neverbait
turkish
2020-08-17 17:27
Russian? Gaelic languages French
2020-08-17 17:33
Albanian Finnish French maybe
2020-08-17 17:35
#95
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Serbia DjapeZ
goat language
2020-08-17 17:47
NEznam
2020-08-17 17:49
ta qifsha
2020-08-17 18:55
loil
2020-08-17 19:46
#87
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Finland Autisthicc
i think all finno-ugric and some asian languages are hard
2020-08-17 17:36
ye
2020-08-17 18:37
tribal people language :D 0.0001% of the world knows it.
2020-08-17 17:37
polish
2020-08-17 17:50
Hebrew
2020-08-17 17:53
+1
2020-08-17 20:11
polish is unnecessarily hard and not worth learning if you don't plan to stay in Poland forever cuz only poland speaking that language. If u learn arabic or spanish for example, you can use them in many countries
2020-08-17 17:56
Spanish is utterly useless, and the same goes for Arabic, though less useless
2020-08-18 19:33
mongolian is very hard, korean is hard at learning the alphabet, cantonese is just ordinary extremely hardest also i heard some austronesian language like toba batak is quite hard to learn since their grammar is just very different than any other languages like Verb Object Subject (VOS) unlike english which is SVO Thai is very hard tbh
2020-08-17 18:05
It depends, at the time of reading and writing, probably arabic chinese and also japanese are hard, but in terms of grammar and verb creation, probably latín lenguages like spanish or french are hard too, but for latin lenguages speakers polish russian and northern lenguages like finnish and icelandic are very hard too.
2020-08-17 18:09
Hebrew Turkish Georgian
2020-08-17 18:22
#148
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Georgia Megobari
Yeah, Georgian is a very hard language, even for georgian :D
2020-08-17 20:05
Your alphabet is very complex bro
2020-08-17 21:26
#169
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Georgia Megobari
We have 3 alphabets, not 1 xd
2020-08-17 21:28
Perkele
2020-08-17 18:23
#110
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Colombia Ru10
spanish
2020-08-17 18:25
mandarin is so hard
2020-08-17 18:26
+1
2020-08-17 18:27
#112
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India magizhchi
Tamil can be really hard to learn
2020-08-17 18:27
Dargin
2020-08-17 18:32
#120
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United States big_brain
german
2020-08-17 18:46
my guess is minions .
2020-08-17 18:59
finnish
2020-08-17 19:01
whether a language is hard or not depends entirely on whatever is one's mother tongue
2020-08-17 19:05
yes
2020-08-17 19:34
depends on ur first language
2020-08-17 19:57
#147
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Georgia Megobari
Georgian
2020-08-17 20:04
Try learn portuguese some day when you feel like you need some punishment
2020-08-17 20:14
Easy af
2020-08-17 21:27
#263
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Russia Drapery
Portuguese is easy if you know Spanish and Spanish is relatively easy
2020-08-18 19:23
Albanian , Finnish , Hungarian I imagine these languages are a nightmare to learn
2020-08-17 20:21
#154
NEO | 
Poland sedi
try polando!
2020-08-17 20:28
probably the easiest language to learn for me as im czech XD
2020-08-17 21:07
#170
NEO | 
Poland sedi
samochód xd
2020-08-17 21:38
lol
2020-08-17 21:58
For foreigners definitely german
2020-08-17 20:42
German is not hard, but articles are a big problem. Articles are completely unnecessary for me.
2020-08-18 14:57
Still make more sense than in English
2020-08-18 19:32
no
2020-08-18 15:28
Finnish, Hungarian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Arabic
2020-08-17 20:51
none, it always depends on the learner's nationality
2020-08-17 21:02
True but when you use a single word for 10 different meanings , that is difficult language to learn by default.
2020-08-17 21:39
english(do, had)?
2020-08-18 04:45
icelandic
2020-08-17 21:07
Mandarin, Arabic
2020-08-17 21:17
Chinese, Arabic
2020-08-17 21:23
Greek, Chinese and various arabic dialects
2020-08-17 21:38
#174
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Brazil moorf
mandarin and portuguese bcz it has lots of non sense rules like as genre in numbers XD
2020-08-17 21:58
i personally dont dislike genre to some stuff like menina, menino, bonito, bonita etc.
2020-08-18 03:30
well... of course... or do you think would be better to say things like the mentally ill people from twitter? (menine, bonite, etc) It is normal to have genre in things like people, or the like, but not in some objects or in numbers like #174 said
2020-08-18 04:44
but at the same time for these words there arent genres. look at english, "you're so beautiful" youll only know the genre if you know the context. same for menino, etc. Our acentos were made in order to ppl know how to pronounce words that are different from the rest, idk how ppl didnt get that yet.
2020-08-18 14:31
same thing with "Você", "você é especial", but the english word for "menino" would be "boy" and it's a fact that this word have a genre
2020-08-18 21:51
Kazak - hard, long words, ugly,
2020-08-17 22:01
no
2020-08-18 15:13
English
2020-08-18 02:25
#181
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Australia IBzoyy
welsh
2020-08-18 02:27
portuguese 100%
2020-08-18 03:00
mandarin mandatory secondary and primary language i spent like 9 years doing this shit and hardly remember shit i can maybe write a few characters, really simple ones
2020-08-18 03:13
as long as it's hard and complicated with literally different symbols, i dont see mandarin beeing that popular even tho it should be
2020-08-18 03:32
+1, It's even difficult for me as a native speaker. If someone ask me to write more complex characters I probably can't since I am so used to typing it out using Pinyin. But if they ask me to recognize some characters it's absolutely no problem lol.
2020-08-18 03:54
100% i can type using the pinyin keyboard but thats as far as my knowledge goes, and even then i cant really read mandarin, but i used to be pretty good at it. better sounding than cantonese tho
2020-08-18 05:39
portuguese
2020-08-18 03:32
#192
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Brazil Pedrowo
portuguese
2020-08-18 03:35
#212
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South America ZyvvOo
+1
2020-08-18 05:44
+1
2020-08-18 15:28
Portuguese is easy. If a gringo spends 45 days vacation in Brazil, he already will be able to understand people saying "caralho, dia de neymar em campo, obrigado obrigada".
2020-08-18 19:46
portuguese should be easy for languages ​​similar to Spanish, but accents ~ ^ ´ `and several words that can be used for different situations with different meanings are complicated
2020-08-18 19:54
Finnish and Hungarian?
2020-08-18 03:45
I studied many and i would say German or Japanese (Chinese is actually so easy)
2020-08-18 05:11
Latin just sucks
2020-08-18 05:20
From what i've seen foreigners who learn Turkish, can't really nail the pronounciations. Idk why but it's almost impossible to find one who can sound like a native speaker. I know this is to be expected but plenty of English speakers can kinda sound native when speaking, despite it not being their mother tongue. But our language is almost the opposite of English, it's almost fully phonetic, it's agglutinative, no gendered words (we refer to everything by "it/that"), sentence structure is literally backwards compared to English, unlike English we don't have words which don't abide the language's rules, the rules work 99% of the time. (there might be specific exceptions but they are quite rare) And there are the letters ç,ğ,ü,ı,ş,ö. Apart from the pronounciation, Turkish is easy imo.
2020-08-18 12:53
#226
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Europe Holiwis
hungarian
2020-08-18 15:00
Lithuanian, heck english is the easiest language . In lithuanian i had like 6/10 ar best. Rnglish at best 9/10
2020-08-18 15:06
nordic languages
2020-08-18 15:07
#232
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Turkey heilung
all ural-altaic languages
2020-08-18 15:11
the hardest ones
2020-08-18 15:12
#237
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Russia .cyb3r
C++
2020-08-18 15:15
Try assembly.
2020-08-18 15:27
#258
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Russia .cyb3r
no ty ill stick to python
2020-08-18 16:43
Depends if you mean the hardest for an english speaker
2020-08-18 15:31
Finally someone
2020-08-18 19:32
arabic i guess
2020-08-18 19:16
#261
NAF | 
Turkey seb5
both chinese and arabic seems hard
2020-08-18 19:18
portuguese(br) and chinese
2020-08-18 19:19
I think brazilian portuguese is pretty easy to understand once you know spanish, or at least you can make up a couple of words in a sentence. Reading it and understanding it is pretty easy too for me at least
2020-08-18 19:31
#264
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Finland J3bediah
Finnish, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese
2020-08-18 19:24
#265
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Estonia muifer
estonian
2020-08-18 19:25
limps limps puhas kass
2020-08-21 10:25
I speak Danish, English, German and Russian. I also understand Swedish/Norweigan due to close proximity to Danish. Russian is by far the hardest one for me. Grammar is SUPER hard as well as general sentance structuring. But maybe it also has to do with English/Swedish/Danish/Norweigan/German being so closely related. Finnish should be hard as fuck as far as ive been told and maybe because im a native Dane Arabic would be a challenge too. I dont know though because i havent engaged in these languages. But i would like to say that, despite Danish grammar being easy, foreigners never really learn the language properly because of our way of pronouncing things. My Russian teacher has lived here since the 80's and she still doesnt speak proper Danish and messes up quite frequently. With that being said, understanding and mastering a language are seperate things. I do think that the Danish pronounciation would haunt most people learning to speak it. Every language has their quirks. And it really depends on where you're from which language is supposed to be harder.
2020-08-18 19:26
Tbh Russian grammar is pretty simple but grammar in languages like German or French is far more difficult. Finnish is definitely hard but Chinese and Arabic aren't even on the same alphabet and require so much more time spent learning
2020-08-19 21:09
Russian grammar is a LOT harder than German. Russian has more cases and even more exceptions than in German. Also mentioning the alphabet, Russian doesnt use the same alphabet either.
2020-08-21 00:36
yES
2020-08-21 00:36
Alphabet takes about 1 week to learn and you can learn to speak understandably in 2 months with minor grammatical mistakes
2020-08-21 10:10
Como a foda nenhum corno ainda citou o PT/BR? Nego não entende o que esses macacos falam nem com o google tradutor.
2020-08-18 19:27
#274
JW | 
Norway jatakk
people often say Finnish and Hungarian
2020-08-18 19:35
Chinese, Finnish, Arabic, Japanese, undoubtedly. English is the easiest one to learn.
2020-08-18 19:44
Chinese, Japanese and Arabic are the hardest and require the most time studied and Finnish is at the fifth place
2020-08-19 21:08
nice
2020-08-19 22:16
Danish are supposed to be really hard, for native english speakers. :)
2020-08-19 22:19
#298
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Liechtenstein xDem1ce
Turkish and japanese.
2020-08-21 10:12
Japanese can sound badass though
2020-08-21 10:31
To me Mandarin looked like a tough language
2020-08-21 10:20
#303
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Japan SiRRRRO
try a romantic language like romanian
2020-08-21 10:32
okay
2020-08-24 19:43
Artificial language - Esperanto True language - Spanish or German
2020-08-24 23:17
All asian languages
2020-09-24 23:10
japanese moaning
2020-09-24 23:20
thai
2020-09-24 23:30
Finnish and Hungarian + most languages that use different alphabets. (for english speaker)
2020-09-24 23:37
Chinese tbh
2020-09-24 23:45
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