i mean its harder to learn than english but overall i think its kinda average.
But yeah ofc its worth moving here
German grammar is very hard. But German language is f*cking beautiful like English.
no one can really tell you if you haven't tried yourself.
for some it's easy for some it's hard. it's a germanic language so for dutch people or scandinavians it's not rly hard to learn it i guess since our languages share similarities.
and compared to other languages like slavic or asian languages it's easy.
Id say German is hard. However Germany is certainly a very nice place to live. Switzerland is even nicer (Im not biased whatsoever nonono). Learning German well so you can live in one of these countries is definitely worth it. But the UK isnt half bad itself.
Compared to other languages I would say it is around average. If you know english already, you get half of the german vocabulary for free, which is nice. The grammar is pretty complex and has a lot of rules. Phonetically, the pronunciation is on the harder side imo, but no one cares if you can't pronounce the different ch sounds perfectly. It's a very logical language, which helps with the learning process
German is hard, but Germans are harder.
depends on what you want to achieve.
Learn enough german to have normal daily life interactions and get through your life ? -> easy peasy
Learn proper german cuz you need to speak good german in your job / business talks or anything -> kinda hard cuz der/die/das = the is hard to master and learn all the small grammar details. But imo that really only counts if you need good/perfect german in talked form for your job. Written form its always easier to have "good" quality since you can double check etc pp but normal daily life german you can easiely pick up fast
You could also move to Austria because we have many asian students in salzburg :)
if u studied and start to work here, u can most likely stay completely in english. depends on the job. if its IT, its easy.
for normal ppl i wouldnt say its that hard, but for a jackass like urself its probably best to not even waste ur time trying. also european women arent interested in asians so thats another negative.
even germans fail on the 4 cases. So it is hard.
And if you want a good live work balance Germany isn't the correct country for you. expect to pay 30-50% of your income for rent. And you will need a car etc. Mobile Internet is fucking expensive a full flat cost 80€.
So at the end of the month, you have maybe 5% for your own not necessary things.
finally a thread i can give advice about
i moved to germany 2 years ago with my parents ( im 16 ), and even my friends in school admit that their language is shit and hard af, but if you know english then you have it easier because there are many words that are similar to the english word, for example bring / bringen. i have been living here for 2 years and i still wouldnt say i know the language perfectly even though i talk with friends at school. i have never been to a particular school only to learn german, everything that i know i learned it by talking with others. my mom spends way more time learning actual words than i do but when it comes to talking she gets confused because she doesnt have any germans at work to talk to. if you sit down and learn words properly and actually use them, 2 years are enough for you.
hope this helps
Depends until how far you want to learn it, a1,b1,c1 etc
but talking from experience German is a hard language to learn.
Learn Turkish instead, you will be fine.
german is actually easy as fuck, i honestly don't understand why people always say it's so difficult
if you speak a good bit of english its not that hard
and you can get by with that in bigger towns and city while syou learn german
also while sure its not quite english but there is enough material to learn german decently well
grammar is gonna be a pain (you will likely never perfect German grammar when writing), but for basic/intermediate communication (mostly verbally) will be pretty easy to learn if you're good in English
league of legends isnt as popular there as SK.
Living in Germany depends from the city very much.
i learned jerman with 3 seasons of dark
no and no. we had / have some sk students. mixed feelings for them. they couldnt resist my 8 inch schlong though.
Wtf, SK is one of my dream countries, why go to Germany. Is there something I don't know about SK?
Yo guys im going for 'Probetag' tommorrow, just to try a job hopefully get the contract eventually.
I learned German in highschool for couple of years so i know the basics i think. But im kinda afraid as I heard the Bayern dialect is quite desticnt from the 'standart' German so If I'll be able to understand something at all.
I'm not counting on English obviusly.
German is ungodly hard to get right grammatically, but for communication who cares anyway.
Btw. come to Austria. Austria > Germany and same language.
where is the thread about fdp and afd lol, 404 but why
me not german, but me come
Germany 3rd world country thanks to middle east wars
english is easier for me, but german aint that hard