Is Italian or French easier to learn?
Most people say that Italian is easier to learn than French but it all depends on what languages you speak before attempting to learn it.
i chose French, but i regret it. its really hard...so if i could make the choice again, i would pick Italian
No language is easy to learn but Italian is definitely one of the easier.
Do french speakers find it easier to learn English or do English speakers find it easier to learn french?
it's easier to learn french. the English language is the most difficult language on the planet.
It depends on your first language. If your first language is English German is easier to learn than Italian because English contains many Germanic roots. However, if your first language is Spanish Italian is easier to learn than German because Italian and Spanish are both heavily influenced by Latin.
Every language presents some difficulty when you start learning it. It will be somewhat easier for a person who already knows some Spanish, Portuguese, French, or Latin, as there are similarities with Italian in both vocabulary and grammar.
French. If you speak English, French has easier writing and grammar; Japanese has easier pronunciation.
For native speakers of English, Italian is widely regarded as easier than any other foreign language.
French, of course, and this is easier
French people speak French. In addition, some of them learn foreign languages in school, such as Italian, Spanish, or English.
If you didn't learn anything about Spanish after taking it for a year, I would definitely recommend taking french as I think its easier. French also has easier words and not many accents on the words so they are easier to remember.
Farsi is easier but this does not mean that Arabic is a harsh language to learn. Aside from their different script, they both are easier than French in my opinion.
Spanish is easier to learn than french. in my opinion it is and other people also because they have alot of words similar to ours.
Native speakers of English and the Romance languages usually find Italian easy to learn. In my opinion, Italian is the easiest of the romance languages to learn by far. Italian seems to have strong similarities with two other romance languages in that its grammar is quite like French and its pronunciation is much like Spanish. Although easier than either. If I had to learn to speak any language without an instructor I would choose Italian… Read More
You can take a class on speaking the french. But if you want an easier way to do it you could go out and get that book French for dummy's And you can just teach your self. It isn't that hard of a language to learn.
It takes about the same amount of time to become fluent in either French or Italian. So neither is harder. See related links for source.
No, Rosetta Stone French is specifically for learning French ; however, there are other Rosetta Stone Packages that include various other languages such as Dutch and Italian.
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Latin is the basis of all the Romance languages: Italian, Spanish, French, Portuguese, etc. and so on. The legal profession uses many Latin phrases and of course so do Doctors. Latin makes English as well as the romance languages much easier to learn.
It depends what other languages you speak. French is certainly much more regular than English--it has the Académie française (French Academy) to thank for that. English also had one of the largest vocabularies of all the languages in the world, making it easier to learn on a basic level, but harder to become fluent in.
French is probably the easier language. Some words even sound like the English ones.
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Well, Italian is way way better because it is an easier language to learn as words are written as they sound whereas in spanish the letter 'j' is pronounced 'h'
Probably french. Though the grammar is quite complicated , it is easy to learn sice most of the words have entered english
Currently the languages you can take are: Hebrew, Italian, French and Russian Is it compulsory to learn a language? I don't know
Both German and French have their difficulties. This is also a matter of personal background, but both French or German vocabularies are reasonably easy to learn for an English speaker. I tend to think that German grammar is rather hard to master.
In MY opinion, I find french to be alot less complicated than mandarin Chinese. Because to learn Chinese you have to know the symbols, read them and write them correctly. Mandarin Chinese pronounciation can be quite difficult also. As with french there are no symbol and in my opinion french is easier to pronounce.
Different people have different strengths, some will find German easier, others will find French easier. In my opinion, French is easier. According to the US Department of State, it takes English speakers 26 classroom hours to become fluent in French, and 30 classroom hours to become fluent in German. So they are very close.
Well you have to learn it for a while if you don't COME from France or already speak it then it will become easier...
If you already know Spanish, the following languages would be relatively easy to learn: Portuguese Italian French Catalan Esperanto
"better" isn't really fitting. German is easier to learn, but OTOH Germans seems to be a bit more eager to learn English than the French is. This would make French the "better" choice for improving your ability to communicate with Europeans.
The thing is, if you learn French first, it will be harder than Spanish but it is quite similar to Spanish so it will be a bit easier than if you were starting from scratch. I learned Spanish and then French which is a bit easier than starting from scratch once again. It depends whether you want to learn both or just the one and if it is just one out of those two, go… Read More
Italian, French and Spanish are the easiest while if you want a challenge, try something like Chinese
The two main languages in Malta are Maltese and English. But in school, in modern times we have to learn either German, Italian, French. And in the past they had to learn Spanish and Arabic.
If you find Spanish to be easy to learn, you'll probably have a similarly easy time learning Italian or Portuguese, or French to a certain extent.
You studied French in school and now you are interested in Italian and Spanish so should you start learning Italian since it is pretty close to French or start with Spanish?
Italian, French and Spanish are all romance languages (they are in the same family). If I were you I would learn Spanish first, mostly because there are alot more places and people in the world that speak spanish than italian...but as far as ease of learning, they are about the same.
Probably not many, French & Spanish are easier to learn, and are smoother to the American ear.
"Learn" in English is imparare in Italian.
You can be French and speak Italian, but speaking Italian does not mean you are French.
What is easier French or Hindi for a seventh grader who studied Hindi for 9 years but thinks French is easier?
French is not really difficult to understand for people speaking an European language, especially Spanish or Italian which share the same Latin origin, or even for English-speaking people. That said, taking a language from scratch is always challenging. If you have no knowledge of French, and are already mastering (or have a good understanding) of Hindi, I would regard Hindi as easier.
German definatley!!!!!!!! I have to learn both and German is so much better. With french you have to learn all the past participles like aller or etre. But with German it is so much easier. Because you only have to learn the different forms of one word. plus i find German more fun!!!!!!!!!!
- English -Spanish -latin -Italian -German -French Some languges above students learn in school
infact English is the easiest one but if you are an English speaker i advise you to learn French or Spanish they are almost difficult but easier than the others such as Germanic and Russian
French and Spanish are extremely similar languages. The grammatical structures are almost identical and there are many words they share that are similar. It is just a personal preference that makes it easier. Is your ear more inclined to hear French or Spanish? That is the only thing that makes it easier or harder: how much you enjoy speaking, writing, and hearing one language over another.
Actually, I'm Russian and I think that if you are from Asia or speak an Asian language (polish, Chinese, ukranian), if the only language you know is English then it will be really hard And also, if you have a very good french, German, or Italian accent then it will be easier for you This is how you spell hi in Russian: привет This is how you pronounce it - preevet
"I want to learn Italian!" in English is Voglio imparare l'italiano! in Italian.
Italian is spelled italien in French.
Francese italiano (Italian French)
Italian is an adjective, not a noun. The French word for Italian is Italien.
You learn to speak Italian by growing up in an Italian language speaking environment. Or you learn it by studying the language by exchange programs, in school, on the Internet, or through immersion classes. Or you learn it by traveling to Italy. Or you learn it by working with Italian language speakers. It's the combination of regular, steady listening and speaking practice that produce the successful Italian language speaker.
It's said it's easier to learn Japanese at the beginning but harder later. And it's hard to learn Chinese at the beginning but easier later.