Learning German is best for business dumbest consumers.
learn russian, you will find an understanding when playing MM with mens))
Mandarin. Pin yin alphabet + countless native speakers
Try Croatian, one of the hardest to learn.
U prob know eng so i think german and 1 asian like korean or mandarinian edit: Didnt see latin alphabet sry
Portuguese obviously, then you come to brazil.
learn some spanish
+lots of people speaking it
+you dont need any other reason
Spanish if you don't know it already, thats a no brainer, the most useful language after english.
I know English French Italian Spanish and Nepali
I like learning languages but let's be honest its rare that you actually get to speak it in real life
funny and easy to learn.
U can watch tons of movies, series, documentaries. You can find tons of books to read.
I just ordered 3 books from Turkey. Can't wait to read.
German: almost 100 million native speakers
Spanish: can also be used in USA, Mexico, South America.
There are plenty of good options, just pick one you like the sound of or what you think may help you in the future. German, french, spanish are probably the ones that fit your criteria best.
English, only true first world language.
spanish, german, japanese.
don't learn french
serbian, goated swear words
german, french, spanish, dutch
Dutch, bestest langauge + it will suprise you how often you see us in different countries, its almost anoying.
german or dutch, cuz...well let me be a bit nationalistic xD
or if u want a very usefull language, learn spanish.
arabic or spanish both can be very usefull
Croatian, can speek with Serbs, Bosnians and Montenegrins too
P.S. When you understand it completely it's really funny
spanish , portuguese , norwegian
German wasn't that hard and it opened up a lot of opportunities for me. A slavic one could also be fun for travel, slavic countries are beautiful.
Idk now i am learning italian
(20 million more speakers living in the Antarctica in the bunkers built before Swedish control of Finland around the year 1100)
jerman of course
depends of what you want, but if you want to be intergrated in a job market i would say german, dutch or french, maybe even spanish
if you are learning just because, portuguese its probably the best sounding language out there
in this modern world learning russian could be a very useful language to learn. i took it from 6th - 9th grade!
english and spanish are the only two languages you need. countries that don't speak one of those languages aren't worth visiting.
just learn english, russian and chinese then u will become god.
i learn korean and japanese but almost useless, watch some anime or k-drama. now i learning russian
Spanish has easy to understand grammar rules plus loads of native speakers. If you ever want to go on holiday in south america it's a must
Im native Spanish speaker but i also speak at native level Czech, Slovak, Arabic, Russian and advanced English, Polish. I would like to learn German or Swedish next, so i'd go with that. Swedish can be good if you want to go pro in CS, Swedish stacks are stronk.
The languages that are most important are:
Chinese is useless because they either speak english or are unimportant
spanish,german,russian maybe french
Depends on why you want to learn it, be it business or just for fun.
If business, it depends where you want to make business, but usually it goes 1# English 2#Mandarin 3#Spanish in order of importance.
For fun, I personally would like to learn Italian, Russian and Korean, it sounds so cool.
i think you finns should learn swedish
French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese.
Classical Latin and Ancient Greek
Esperanto [no natives tho :( ]
Given your flag, I assume you get by with English. So west Europe unlocked.
Learn Spanish to unlock Latin America.
I m learning Spanish on Duolingo.
i'd say french because it sounds really cool and they do have really great culture (if you're into movies/literature), but really it depends on what you like
spanish/german is probably more useful, but i couldn't care less about stuff these two countries produce lmao. sorry fellas
Spanish is probably the best option, because if you can at least understand it, you'll probably be able to understand italian and portuguese quite easily, and it'll make it easier for you to learn any of those. You'll also be able to understand some regional spanish languages like catalan or galician, which won't be useful unless you visit those particular regions, but are good places to visit if you like travelling. Overall, if you wanna go to any south/central american countries (or mexico), spain, portugal or italy, starting with spanish will probably help you understanding any of those 3 and make your visit easier
Chinese, fuck latin alphabets chinese is just so fun
Chinese, English, Spanish(meh), German(most richest language, and Ima not talking about the number of speakers)
1. English, 2. Spanish, 3. French, 4. German
Probably this is the list
german, french or spanish
also mandarin, Portuguese, and arabic maybe russian
Spanish for gorgeous latinos
2. Mandarin Chinese
3. Dont care
depends what you can already
for a finn, thanks to knowing english and some swedish, german is relatively easy, so if you want to have easy one pick that
if you want challenge and become better understanding more languages over the world, go first something latin (french if you want more english like, spanish if you want to reach many people)
after those I would move to other languages without latin alphabet tbh if you want harder still stuff
i am trying to learn Japanese, awesome language but very hard !
Interests for the said language is 100 times better than some constraints.
I'd said Spanish or German in your case, don't try French, it's awful to learn.
if you wanna impress people and do a real hard challenge learn hungarian which might be actually reachable for you since you are finnish and our language is similar in many ways. Although if you want to do business or anything useful with the language you learn just avoid this mess.
spanish to curse argentinos. la concha de tu madre boludito de mierda jajajaja
1 - English
2 - Spanish
3 - German
4 - Portuguese
5 - Italian
6 - French
for better grades in school yk
if you are from Finland you should just keep learning Swedish from School just so you can get away with it if you get stopped by the tull if you buy too much Snus in Haparanda
Wanted to say French but once you know Spanish it's very close
German or Spanish. Maybe you can try to learn a language that it's not official/not really used like gaelic-Irish in Ireland. I know this second option doesn't look attractive but it's always useful if you live near this places!
French, Jermen, Spanish, Italian
-pros: sounds creamy
hard to decode
finnish, doesnt have 10mil of native speakers but its a cool langviz