spanish, french or german
Depends. If you just want to learn a new simple language I'd go for something like Swedish or another language that is related to your native language.
If you want to learn something useful, then I'd go for something like Spanish, Portuguese, German, Arabic or Chinese (I probably forgot some really obvious useful languages).
Or if you just want to learn a language that you are personally interested in then go for that. I am learning Greek, Latin, Hebrew and Arabic myself since I find those languages interesting.
Georgian, because it's unique and you will never find language that looks like georgian
I like Finnish, nice tongue to sing in, I like it a lot.
Spanish will get you the most imo cuz lots of people in different countries speak it.
plus, if you know Spanish well, its not that difficult to learn French or Italian as well (or any roman languages)
You have those three options, german is best for europe but spanish and french are better for whole world as they are much more spoken, especially spanish. German 100 million native speakers, French 300 million, spanish 500 million. I would go with spanish or french as they are easier to learn than german. German requires 25% more effort to get to the same level as it has more complex grammar and words. Those 4 cases and forms especially are scheBe.
Might depend where you live or are going to live.
Best probably German, second French.
Anny latin language:
Depends on what are your intentions.
If you are looking for something useful go for German or French but if you are looking at it as a hobby you should go for Italian or Spanish. Spanish is also useful if you want to visit South America but it's not as valid as German or French in job applications.
The one which you find to have the most appealing culture or job possibilities
easy, not useless
good but hard
same as spanish
I would go with spanish or german
Chinese because we are all talking it in future
Learn Portuguese and come to Brazil men))
Big fan here!!
galician, similar to portuguese but the pronunce is very better tham portuguese- pt
Chinese cuz new real power
Spanish or portuguese.
Smooth and sexy.
spanish fr, one of the easiest ones, and a lot of people in NA and SA speak it
Learn danish, you'll automaticly get better at cs then.
german the biggest economy of eu, for full just fun: chinnese, japanese