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Poland Quote_when_FaZe_choke 
i'm thinking about starting learn new language. what one should I pick mens? Spanish seems to be most reasonable since many countries use it. but I was thinking about French or Italian. French just sounds nice and Italian i just hope to visit Italy again. i was there in 2018 and loved it
2022-12-06 14:03
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United Kingdom mbizzle
c++
2022-12-06 14:04
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#20
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Netherlands Wimmie
assemlby*
2022-12-06 14:11
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yaml*
2022-12-08 13:19
2 replies
Brainf**k /closed
2022-12-08 13:29
+1 most useful lang
2022-12-12 10:50
C++ or C , others are just bad copy
2022-12-11 10:55
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#173
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Italy MulaManca
Based C enjoyer
2022-12-12 11:57
#2
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Latvia GOATKY
Python
2022-12-06 14:04
2 replies
bs
2022-12-07 12:42
#180
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United Kingdom Socks!
+1
2022-12-12 21:38
chinese, soon useful when whole world speak it.
2022-12-06 14:04
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true
2022-12-06 14:05
i would rather go for Japanese or Korean if any Asian
2022-12-06 14:12
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Its probably more fun. But if u learn chinese those two will be easy peasy after. They both derive from chinese, hangul is korean in korean. literally means han-chinese speak :P same in jpn, if u ever went there. A lot of their signs and stuff is using kanji, which u can easily read if u speak chinese, its like a good base for sure. Not required ofc but might get 2 or 3 for the price of 1 if u do it. :P
2022-12-06 14:14
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#48
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Brazil ibrSpawn
Idk, but has differences in Tradional Chinese, chinese and mandarin? *Real question, i dont have idea about this.
2022-12-06 15:04
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yes, there are differences. "chinese" and "mandarin" is the same. Traditional is still used written in taiwan, but mandarin mostly spoken there. Most chinese regions have a regional accent, example "hakka" of fujian region. "sichuanese" of sichuan. But these people mostly know mandarin as well. so there are hundreds of versions of chinese, and one "collective" version as well.
2022-12-06 17:09
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#105
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Brazil ibrSpawn
ty
2022-12-07 12:24
I think Chinese is a concept, includes mandarin cantonese sichuanese etc
2022-12-07 12:37
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You are correct, chinese is a collection of all the languages from china. ofc just to make people less confused, here we dont really call it "chinese" we call them the different names
2022-12-08 13:02
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I mean most of the Chinese don't know the difference between English words: "Chinese" "Mandarin" etc
2022-12-08 13:26
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maybe in the country side, in my experience thats not true for cities. everyone i grew up around knows and knew as children as well. even my old parents know, mostly ppl think its hard to speak, not read and understand.
2022-12-08 13:27
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I am trying to say ppl cannot tell the difference between Chinese and Mandarin in English. You are talking about proportion of ppl who can speak of English in China
2022-12-08 13:31
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My bad, missunderstood you! sorry!
2022-12-08 13:32
can you recommend any good books for beginners to start with? I think mandarin is probably too difficult but I wanted to give a try to a different language (learning french/german/spanish is just too boring since most people who talk these language probably know enough english too)
2022-12-06 15:04
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i don't know many books for english speakers to learn chinese. I know A LOT of foreigners here learned really basic stuff like asking directions, small talk. Order in restaurant etc on duolingo. I have seen a green book called something like "fundamentals of chinese characters" also, but thats more complex i think and not useful for beginners, it will take a loooong time to learn written by hand. but digital written and also speaking is quite easy, jsut a matter of remembering.
2022-12-06 17:11
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I saw someone say on reddit that you need to study between 3500~4500 hours studying chinese to be able to read a newspaper article knowing 99% of words... Yeah... I'm learning esperanto instead, I guess...
2022-12-06 18:41
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i dont think its true, chinese people dont study that much and can do it, why would others need to study more? i think he talking shit.
2022-12-06 21:47
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Maybe because you learn little by little when you are a kid and it is easier to learn new languages. That doesn't mean that you can't read before that, but that you will have trouble reading without having to stop to search what the character means
2022-12-06 23:50
Lmao? XD
2022-12-11 11:06
Fallen is learning mandarin from duolinguo, he shares his process on instagram. Dk if it's working but you can try it
2022-12-07 12:38
Japanese and Korean are totally unrelated to Mandarin and the only way it helps you is that you'll have a vague understanding of a Japanese kanji from your Chinese hanzi, but the meaning might still be different
2022-12-08 15:33
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i think you are wrong, they are not unrelated. Try one simple google search of "how are japanese and korean languages related to chinse". You will find in the first result that they derive from chinese, u will find similarities in the vocabulary. these places spoke chinese before, then they became accents, then languages. Very easy for chinese to learn especially japanese. Korean language was made by the emperor as "simplification" of chinse cause the farmers struggled with writing and reading :)
2022-12-09 13:09
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roughly 60% of korean words are chinese words, and about 50% of japanese words are chinese words :) just a bit diff pronounceiaction. the "kan" in Kanji, mean "han" like chinese people. And "han" in "hangul" is also han as in chinese. They literally mean chinese language. Not a great idea to spread misinformation only cause it doesnt fit your worldview :P and no i dont like ccp before bring something like that as an argument
2022-12-09 13:15
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You sound a lot like you like the CCP and a sino-centric world view, but whatever. You try and visit Korea and Japan and communicate in mandarin. Try both written and spoken. You won’t get very far. There’s a reason why both Japan and Korea eventually started to use less and less Hanzi - their languages don’t work the same way as Chinese. I think it’d be just as logical to use hanzi in Norwegian as in Korean. But yes, certain words have word origins in chinese, but that’s really as far as it goes, and it doesn’t really help you that much because they are still both spelled and pronounced differently, unless its a loan word. Japanese, Korean and Chinese are all part of different language families, and I’d wager Swedish/Norwegian is more similar to Finnish than Chinese is to Korean.
2022-12-11 10:06
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i know its not the same language, im just saying if u learn chinese its easier to learn the others after, so if u gonna learn it anyway might as well do it in the easiest order.
2022-12-11 10:46
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There I sort of agree with you. Chinese is probably the easiest one of those three. It's really quite straightforward grammar wise. Hard parts are pronunciation and remembering tones. I don't really think learning the hanzi is that hard, it's just about brute forcing it. With Japanese and Korean you need to study tons of super weird grammar that are totally unlike any other language. I don't think you'll get more than a surface understanding of the other languages though with Chinese. You can see a Japanese sentence and see the kanji but it might be conjugated by the other characters and all your left with might be gibberish. But if you're learning a language, learn the one that you want to and the one you might be able to use. If your will is in it, yolo it.
2022-12-11 17:12
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sorry about before, didnt expect a serious answer. usually i get flamed non stop about ccp or for being chinese. etc. my bad.
2022-12-12 10:29
japanese is harder
2022-12-12 21:49
#73
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Serbia Atom1c_o7
Thank God this will never happen.
2022-12-06 17:50
4 replies
its just a joke fella.
2022-12-06 21:47
cope
2022-12-08 14:42
#169
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Sweden Cveta
They are already buying everything in Serbia bro
2022-12-12 11:23
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#179
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Serbia Atom1c_o7
yup, ik sadly
2022-12-12 21:28
#86
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Argentina ArtFly
I am learning it right now, it is very interesting how hanzi are formed.
2022-12-06 23:58
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Good luck and hope you enjoy the journey
2022-12-07 08:18
cant wait to finally order my ice cream in mandarin! mandarin cool language btw and very useful. i really want to learn it
2022-12-12 11:33
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if u want to order ice cream, you can just say this "wo yao bing chiling, xiexie!" and they will understand. its basically like "i want ice cream, thank you!" or just say "yi ge bing chiling, xiexie!". Thats more like 1 icecream thanks
2022-12-12 14:15
French
2022-12-06 14:04
5 replies
is it hard?
2022-12-06 14:07
4 replies
I dont know bro I dont speak French I just like it
2022-12-06 14:10
not that hard in term of written, but being able to understand spoken french is quite a deal
2022-12-06 15:08
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#181
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United Kingdom Socks!
Bro, writting is probably the hardest part about french, so many grammar rules and shit, its much more complex than english, speaking french is the easy part
2022-12-12 21:39
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bro sure french grammar is rough but to be able to understand french natives is a different world, english grammar is the easier ones in european languages imo
2022-12-13 18:52
English, learn to speak really good english and u wont have to learn anything else
2022-12-06 14:07
Python all the way...
2022-12-06 14:06
master the English language first, written and spoken then go for Spanish/ French/Chinese
2022-12-06 14:06
Polish
2022-12-06 14:07
1 reply
+1
2022-12-07 12:54
#10
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Belgium Soldierce
Dutch, very usefull in the whole world
2022-12-06 14:07
4 replies
irony
2022-12-06 14:07
True that, ik hou van nederlands. mby also finish, and some local sapmi dialect of swedish? and xcosa ofc.
2022-12-06 14:10
Not really as the vast majority here speaks English, but surely won't do any harm learning Dutch.
2022-12-06 15:01
#106
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Norway Gjellan
Especially in South Africa kek
2022-12-07 12:31
Sign language 👌
2022-12-06 14:11
3 replies
🤞👌🖐👍🖖🤙🤞 yep
2022-12-07 00:13
👉👌 content
2022-12-07 00:35
i was on a sign language course from March - May 2021 (uni refunded whole course) and its super easy to learn, you can learn and u can use it litterally in 3-4 days (only lettering), in those 3 months maybe i wasn't fluent but i could easly comunnicate. Now i forgot like 99% but was fun
2022-12-11 10:59
portuguese
2022-12-06 14:10
1 reply
its brazilian you dummy
2022-12-07 12:52
I would say russian , spanish seems good but only mexico and spain are the good countries that use it,in my opinion.
2022-12-06 14:11
#22
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Turkey bizonSX
HTML
2022-12-06 14:12
when i was up to choose 3rd language at uni i 1st tried french. its interesting and beautiful, but i couldnt pronounce it at all. than i tried italian and it went good, but overall this language is pretty useless. music is mostly rubbish, tv shows and movies are decent, and yeah, u will face some difficalties to find someone to speak it. id go with spanish or portuguese
2022-12-06 14:12
#26
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Russia bermobomra
finnish or german
2022-12-06 14:16
3 replies
germam is to hard and sadly ugly
2022-12-06 14:31
2 replies
#29
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Russia bermobomra
gladly disagree with you on german, it was easier than english for me, but what do you think of finnish
2022-12-06 14:33
1 reply
from its sound it seems to be very weird xD
2022-12-06 14:59
Danish, most used in the world
2022-12-06 14:17
2 replies
Danish bestest nordic language
2022-12-06 15:09
Danish ranks #1 on the gibberish-scale.
2022-12-07 00:28
english is pretty useful
2022-12-06 14:33
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🙄 hmm, that's a very basic statement to make about the english language. of course it's useful, but it's not the only language in the world and it's not inherently superior to other languages. every language has its own unique features and complexities, and they all have value in their own way. it's important to respect and appreciate the diversity of languages and not think of any one language as being better than the others. and as for taylor swift being a god...well, that's a bit of a stretch. she's a talented musician and entertainer, but she's not a deity. let's not put her on a pedestal and just enjoy her music for what it is. 🎶
2022-12-06 17:30
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It is superior to other languages. Not in the sense of how grammar works, or anything like that. It’s the most widespread language so it’s naturally the most useful language, and therefore, superior.
2022-12-06 23:58
#31
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United States Trotzdem21
German Most beautiful language in the world
2022-12-06 14:36
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#34
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England BobDude65
0/8
2022-12-06 14:41
Mongolian
2022-12-06 14:38
#33
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England BobDude65
Italian sounds the best for you since you'll have a genuine use for it if you decide to go back. Other than that Spanish is probably best. Russian is a good one to learn too, I used to take lessons but I shit the bed and gave it up but I might pick it up again one day.
2022-12-06 14:41
idk if u reall from Poland U can learn easily Slovakian/Czech lanuage or Ukrainian as well if u want to try smth hard just learn Spanish or German
2022-12-06 14:48
more people learning russian or german would be great. i think they're beautiful and have great literature. some great musics and tv shows too. french is an option too though i don't have many experience with it. speaking from my language learning experience 3 years ago i really wanted to learn either russian or japanese and ended up learning japanese. oh god believe me when i said it don't learn japanese unless you're REALLY really into their culture(idol or 2d stuff) or want to live there some day.
2022-12-06 14:48
Try selecting a language on these criteria: 1. What do you intend to do with this language? Do you want to learn it only for recreational use, getting a start in linguistics, for traveling, business/job requirement or moving to a new country? Define your underlying purpose well. 2. Do you want to learn a language from a completely different language family, one which has more things in common with your mother tongue or a language from your family tree? If you are Polish, I guess that some Slavic language share many aspects in common, from vocabulary to semantics, while others might be slightly more difficult but still be able to learn them. If you want to extend your knowledge, I would suggest to pick a language from a different branch. 3. How much work are you willing to dedicate to learning this language? If you do not practice enough, you will forget details as fast as you learned them. If you want to move to a different country and want to study the spoken language of that state, then it will be easier to adapt to the motions of that language since living there will enable you to understand some basics, opportunities to speak to locals are in abundance and many times you will have to translate those things (especially if it is not an English-friendly country). I hope my reply will help you in making the best choice possible and good luck with language learning. It is a nice hobby which can teach you a lot about patience, discipline and help you improve on areas like social skills.
2022-12-06 14:50
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+1
2022-12-06 17:49
Zǎoshang hǎo zhōngguó xiànzài wǒ yǒu BING CHILLING 🥶🍦 wǒ hěn xǐhuān BING CHILLING 🥶🍦 dànshì sùdù yǔ jīqíng 9 bǐ BING CHILLING 🥶🍦 srs mens: if u know english then learn chinese, easy to learn almost every other asian language after chinese. or mayb deutsch if u want to learn the language to live there tho you need to pick up tagalog (filipino) or indonesian, they're not tooooooo difficult and living in either country is pretty nice
2022-12-06 14:53
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Japanese and Korean shares same grammar, and their grammar are different from Chinese grammar. Our grammar is easy as long as you know English but the hardest point is you need to memorize our characters and tones
2022-12-07 12:41
I fell in love in Spanish language
2022-12-06 14:55
#43
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Finland krep
Finnish 1. Easy to learn 2. Useful globally 3. Perkele
2022-12-06 14:59
9 replies
Noniin and perkele covers 90% of conversation
2022-12-06 15:01
1 reply
#47
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Finland krep
Can confirm
2022-12-06 15:02
nah finish language too hard wtf
2022-12-06 15:01
#61
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Dominica FallczE
How's finnish useful globally? (Actually curious)
2022-12-06 17:22
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#63
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Finland krep
It's not useful globally or easy, that's the joke
2022-12-06 17:26
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#70
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Dominica FallczE
Makes sense lol ty
2022-12-06 17:41
Finns speak English + 5 million people + just as hard as russian, so it's a useless hard language It's a beautiful language tho
2022-12-06 17:33
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#71
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Dominica FallczE
Russian is actually insanely easy & dumb language. It's just the alphabet you need to learn. But yea coming from a slavic speaking person so it may be kinda biased lol
2022-12-06 17:44
1 reply
the grammar in russian are very hard
2022-12-08 13:13
#50
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Finland Mat0n1
Spanish or German
2022-12-06 15:06
You should probably work on your English first and foremost LMAO
2022-12-06 15:07
French- interesting + sounds nice Chinese - very useful but also very hard Or- spain/german/arabian
2022-12-06 15:12
#55
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Indonesia lukerey
klingon
2022-12-06 15:12
#56
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Brazil Diabo
master english first instead of shallowly learning a bunch of different languages, I was like you some time ago because I got pretty happy with my english level but still I can't understand some brits and aussies, so I chose to master english instead of starting a new language, and i'd learn spanish which is quite easy for me because of my mother tongue.
2022-12-06 15:14
#58
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Denmark JesusSG
Korean
2022-12-06 17:10
american
2022-12-06 17:15
#62
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Russia mshkoda
Spanish still it is 2nd international language now
2022-12-06 17:24
i'd say portuguese but it would be too obvious give a try to romanian language, a very underratd one if u ask me.
2022-12-06 17:29
Brasilian
2022-12-06 17:31
1 reply
Come
2022-12-06 17:34
I learnt French in school for 4 years but inability to reach proper phonetics kinda killed my enthusiasm. Spanish and italian are nice Ive been learning finnish for 2 years now, highly recommend if you like suffering =)
2022-12-06 17:38
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Dayum, you spent a lot of time trying tho. I respect the effort
2022-12-06 21:55
2 replies
Your language is beautiful just not made for my mouth :D
2022-12-07 18:52
1 reply
its alright, we cant talk english
2022-12-07 20:04
why learn finnish? understandable if u have finnish roots or live close to there, but otherwise - just why? ps. we have a lot of folks speaking finno-ugric languages (mari, komi, udmurt, etc), it is better to show respect to them (than to some foreign folk) and learn their language
2022-12-07 00:35
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Always wanted to learn it for some reason, maybe like a challenge for myself or something. Also Finland has quite an interesting culture and philosophy of simple living and enjoying small things which feels close to me I was surprised when I got to know that there are tver karelians, but sadly no museums or cultural centres to go visit
2022-12-07 18:55
#77
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Germany ChRiZOwow
Latin is a fun language to learn
2022-12-06 21:48
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#137
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France poulpup
Very usefull too
2022-12-08 13:30
Portuguese
2022-12-06 21:50
#79
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Germany _car
German since you're Polish
2022-12-06 21:53
english spanish chinese russian
2022-12-06 21:53
If you actually somehow decide to learn french, DM me, I can try to help you as much as I can. But I wouldn't understand myself why you would choose french haha.
2022-12-06 21:54
2 replies
Nah, french is cool, here in Brazil, most of the people see the french language like an "elegant" and one of the most beautiful languages of the world :)
2022-12-07 00:34
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that's very kind of you but you know, the country has changed a lot so those expectations aged like milk you know The language is good but people are ruining it lel
2022-12-07 01:18
It’s better to speak two languages with native-level fluency than three or four with slightly lower proficiency, but that’s just my opinion.
2022-12-06 23:59
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whole point of learning a new language is to be able to communicate with others do you care if someone makes a mistake or a typo? if you don't whats the point of trying to perfect your language skills? i think go for 4
2022-12-08 13:13
#88
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Germany mrzxea_cs
C will get you a decent job with a lot of potential. Also its very future proof because software engineers and programmers will always be needed.
2022-12-07 00:05
4 replies
+1
2022-12-07 00:25
if you want a future proof one just learn javascript c is old and stupid
2022-12-08 13:10
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#144
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Germany mrzxea_cs
I agree but Imo its a great starting point
2022-12-08 15:29
1 reply
can't argue with that
2022-12-08 16:24
since i still not finished my german learning (im still at the start), it is prio for me to get at least b1-b2 level of knowledge but after that its icelandic and lithuanian, both are (russian is also here) the most preserved indo-european languages
2022-12-07 00:15
2 replies
lithuanian is funny they stole every word out there and attached "as" to the end is nice tho
2022-12-08 13:09
1 reply
this "as" thing reminds me latin maybe latin has more "us" than "as", but it feels like kinda the same thing
2022-12-08 15:00
Greek bro, your brain will expand
2022-12-07 00:18
If i was 100% fluently in english i would probably learn Japanese.
2022-12-07 00:25
spanish is so much more useful that french or italian....
2022-12-07 00:28
1 reply
With Italian you can watch godfather without subtitles
2022-12-07 00:37
If you learn italian probably is easier to learn spanish and portuguese I think an Italian can better understand someone who speaks portuguese or spanish. On the other hand, one who speaks spanish is more difficult to understand Italian
2022-12-07 00:37
#111
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Russia IgorSV
I like german
2022-12-07 12:43
English
2022-12-07 12:57
French. As someone who dislikes learning languages, French was the only language that I had fun time learning. It gets more fun when you try to speak it
2022-12-07 18:59
English French German Spanish Italian Swedish/Norwegian Russian Arabic (good luck, cuz there are so many differences wether you speak the moroccan one, or egyptian or iraqi), most standard would be Saudi Arabia's Turkish Japanese Chinese Korean
2022-12-07 19:00
#119
NiKo | 
Portugal Jozuh
yah i think spanish is most reasonable. There are a lot of destinations on carebeon and spanish could be good
2022-12-07 19:01
Cornish, Greenlandic, Basque
2022-12-07 20:07
French is cancer.
2022-12-07 20:13
spanish and jerman are prob best options
2022-12-08 13:07
#129
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Korea WJSN
korean, good gateway into asian languages + beautiful and rather simple writing system
2022-12-08 13:18
2 replies
#140
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Germany ChRiZOwow
Anyong
2022-12-08 14:30
1 reply
#148
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Korea WJSN
anyeong chinguya
2022-12-08 17:17
russian
2022-12-08 13:20
Since you already know english: 1. Mandarin 2. Spanish 3. Japanese 4. Cantonese 5. Arabic
2022-12-08 13:24
you should learn english first of all
2022-12-08 14:32
serbian
2022-12-08 15:32
#151
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United Kingdom HuzzyBoii
learn arabic and move to UAE money with no income tax = gg ez
2022-12-09 13:26
bro I only know one language and it's English and even still i can barely speak it
2022-12-11 11:02
como coño va a sonar bien el francés? es frnacés, osea solo con ver de donde viene da asco :)
2022-12-11 11:24
#164
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Other roeJ_fan
I'm learning Spanish cos I want to relocate But if I didn't have a particular objective and went solely with my heard I'd pick Italian. They are alike anyway
2022-12-12 10:48
#166
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Kazakhstan Avantc7
TypeScript (JavaScript)
2022-12-12 11:05
1 reply
#167
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Kazakhstan Avantc7
if you know Typescript or any other popular high level server language like Java, Python the world will be yours
2022-12-12 11:08
deutsch
2022-12-12 11:19
spanish is quite ez, you could give it a try
2022-12-12 11:32
russian best choice
2022-12-12 11:33
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#183
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Russia DomRemi
Hard mode. I would advice trying Deutsch, a classy language, but not for everyone.
2022-12-12 21:40
Arabic or Jerman
2022-12-12 12:00
Try hungarian, very useful lang bro trust me. Polak wegier dwa baratanski and all that.
2022-12-12 12:15
I have a friend that can speek spanish really well and can kinda comm with italians preaty well. So I'd say spanish as a Base and if you want its not that Hard to upgrade into Italian
2022-12-12 12:18
#177
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Finland wormi
all three are almost same tho
2022-12-12 12:19
#182
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Poland Hypuu
Swedish
2022-12-12 21:40
Russian would be pretty easy for Pole
2022-12-12 21:47
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