What is the most easy language to learn?
That depends on the lingos that you know already. For a native speaker of English, basic Italian and Spanish are easy. If grammar is a struggle, some languages have grammar that is similar to English, yet easier. Three I have experience with are Dutch, Norwegian and Swedish. There are but two genders, one much more common (in fact it's called "common") than the other, there are easy verb conjugations (I be, you be, he/she be, we be, you all be, they be) and sentence structures (especially with Norwegian and Swedish) are almost identical to English. All of Dutch, Norwegian and Swedish have sounds very different from English. If easy grammar isn't an issue then I'd definitely say Italian or Spanish are the easier to pronounce and get used to.
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You can learn a new language by reading, writing, speaking, listening to that language to give your brain plenty of practice and keep it from forgetting what you learn.
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Thedifficulty of learning a language depends on a number of factors,including your native language. And there are different opinions onhow to judge the difficulty of a language. The ForeignService Institute (FSI) has created a list to show the approximatetime you need to learn a specific lan…guage as an English speaker.Latin is not on that list, perhaps because it's a language withoutnative speakers, but most of the common romance languages that camefrom Latin are in category I (the easiest for English speakers tolearn.) Here are someuser opinions on the topic: . Yes it's a very easy language to learn. all you have to do ispay attention and believe you can do it. Simple as that. . Not at all. I'm learning French, German and Latin at the momentand Latin is by far the hardest. But it can be done if you payattention, work hard and believe. Go for it! . No, it's not easy - you have to learn a lot of grammar rules(Latin is quite complex) and words (maybe they sound familiar -maybe not at all). But if you want to have an insight to westernculture it's highly worth it. And - even if somebody may disagree -it will be much easier for you to learn any Latin language spokentoday... Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese. . It depends on how you see a language. I am dutch and I learnedDutch, German, French, English, Greek and Latin. Latin is, in myopinion, by far the most easiest language. Many people will use theargument that the grammar rules are complex, but grammar = logicand logic = easy. Most grammar is very obvious (logic) and will bejust as hard as maths; that is: If you understand it, it is a pieceof cake. if you don't: Expect a hard time. Also if you can doLatin, you will never be surprised by other grammar rules, becauseyou all had them in Latin, the mother of modern languages. ( Full Answer )
How difficult a language is to learn is a matter of opinion. While some people say it is easy, others will say it's the hardest language for them. In theory, Chinese isn't a easy language to 'pick up'. The main spoken language, Mandarin Chinese, relies on tones and one missed tone/pronunciation c…an mean something completely different. Their written language is unlike most other languages. They do not have an alphabet that makes up their words, sentences. Their written language is with characters or pictures. Some words use only only one character (eg me=æ, you=ä½ ) while others may take two or three if not more (eg them=ä»ä»¬, apple=è¹æ, printer=æå°æº, Australia=æ¾³å¤§å©äº). Many characters are just a matter of memorisation but keep in mind, for general usage there are approximately 3,000 characters. Going into any specialised fields/industries can add up to 2,000 more. ( Full Answer )
Learning sign language is not easy. For one thing, it is not just about the signs you learn. Sign language is a foreign language like Spanish.
Depending on your location. For all non English speakers, English should be the first secondary language that is learnt. The choice can be simplified as follows: . If you are in trade / import & export then [Mandarin] Chinese is the logical choice . If you are a scientist then German is a… good choice (many papers are published in German) . If you are doing business with SE Asia & Africa then French is a great second language. . If you are primarily involved with the middle east then either Arabic or urdu are excellent choices. Spanish is only really usefull if you live in America. Spanish is not widely spoken outside of Spain (with the exception of the Americas) and can be considered fairly useless in Asia where no nations use Spanish as a primary language. ( Full Answer )
Answer: First and foremost, your native tongue. Learn to speak it well and properly, with good grammar and enunciation. If your first language is not English, then learn that language next, as it is the global language of business and entertainment. After that, it is up to you! Spanish is an excell…ent choice if you anticipate spending time in Latin America or the United States (where Spanish is rapidly becoming prevalent.) In the international realm, French is the official working language of the United Nations (along with English), and is second only to English as a worldwide business language. Mandarin Chinese has the largest number of native speakers, and as China becomes a key player in international affairs its main language becomes important knowledge. Other important (but less ubiquitous) languages are Russian, Arabic, German, and Swahili. Answer The language of your birth. If you can't communicate with your own you will never understand your culture or be part of your heritage. English, which is the accepted international language in most fields of life, is also important and is learned by children in nearly every country of the world. ANSWER: The language of critical thinking or general semantics . Regardless of what spoken languages you may be versed in, if you have not mastered your own body language and understand the body language of others, if you only listen to what is being said and pay no attention to what is not being said then your capacity to communicate is diminished. What value is there in speaking twelve different languages if you can't pick up on subtle body movements? If you can't tell if someone is being truthful in the primary language you speak it is doubtful you will know how to tell if someone is lying in the other eleven languages. To know that we view our selves in a different way than others do, and know that they view themselves in a different way than we view them. To know that we can agree on another way to view each other that would be satisfactory for both, these are all characteristics of communication. French is known as the language of love, but if you tell a pretty woman that you love her and you speak it perfectly but you never touch her when you say this, that will mean something entirely different than if you do touch her while professing your love. If you intend to stand up for your rights through language only but never through deed, this says something entirely different than if you are prepared to fight while standing up for your rights. In our lifetime we meet many people, most who gladly inform you of who they believe they are. Many of these people can talk a good game, but if you really want to know the truth of people, listen to what they say then watch what they do. ANSWER: Of the European languages French, Spanish, Portugese and German are most widely spoken. German was once considered the premier language for work in technology and science, French for work in diplomacy. Chinese has so many dialects that frequently one can be better understood in English. Japanese is definitely a necessary language of international commerce, but the Japanese themselves are committed to learning the language(s) of the country where they trade and use English as a default . Russian was politically important as a power language, but loses out to the difficulties non-Slavic peoples encounter with its extensive phonemes. Swahili was likewise a lingua franca understood in numerous African countries, but its Arabic base puts it in disfavor with the tribalism now present in many countries. By contrast Arabic itself is rising in popularity. Answer: Lest we forget Hindi, the official language of India. The BRIC economies are the ones to watch for the forseeable future--Brazil (Portuguese), Russia, India (Hindi), China (Mandarin). Judging by the enormous populations of the latter two, it stands to reason that both these languages are significant, notwithstanding the fact that these cultures do put considerable effort into learning English, often the British dialect. ( Full Answer )
Spanish is a beautiful language, but it can be hard for people who only know English to learn. It is easy for Portuguese and Italian speakers, since the languages are quite similar, but if you are only familiar with English then as well as learning new vocabulary you will have to learn new grammar r…ules - the way tense is handled in Spanish, and the order of verbs in a sentence is quite different.. Still, it is a popular and useful language, spoken in a lot of countries in the world, so it is well worth learning!. Actually only part of the above is true. The same tenses that exist in Spanish also exist in English (and likely most other languages as well, at least the Romantic ones). Our education system just isn't as concerned with teaching the names of tenses (which are taught to us at very young ages, and at least in my case, not repeated in further studies) and we learn by hearing because English is our language. Any Spanish Instructor worth their salt will teach and continue to teach grammar lessons because grammar is even difficult for most English-speaking individuals. Oh yes, the Present, Preterite, Imperfect, Future, and even the subjunctive mood exists in English. As well, all of the future perfect tenses exist in English, and the conditional, etc.. It is correct that Spanish and English are not derived from the same sources and this person obviously knows a little about the Romance languages (i.e. those derived from Latin). In fact though, Italian is not similar to Spanish in that it is derived almost exactly as Latin. Of all the Romance Languages, Italian is by far the closest derivation to Latin. Again, the verb placement is different in "spoken" Spanish, but it is not incorrect grammatically to place the verb after the subject of the sentence. Just because it is not "customary" in speech does not make it incorrect grammatically. However, placing the verb before the subject is a great habit to form if fluency is your goal.. Don't be fooled, a native Spaniard, Mexican, or any other Hispanic would understand you even if your verb seemed out of place. The key is to communicate, communicate, communicate. Especially, when traveling in Spanish-speaking countries, don't allow yourself to be held to any rule. Use your hands, make motions, whatever it takes to get your point across. Just communicate. ( Full Answer )
Well, that depends on how your gonna learn, English is my 3rd language, and it was easy for me because i learned by listening to English, cz i live in America, but i was fluent in English after about 6 months of being in America. so hope that answered your question!
The easiest way to improve your technical c programming skills is that you just check out the help give in the compilers. . but for this you must spend at least two hours on the computer...
as far as I'm concerned, farsi is among the easiest languages onthe face of the planet and I'll explain my position. i am a native speaker of English. i grew up speaking spanish as asecond language. my grandmother was from Mexico and she neverreally learned English so i could only communicate with h…er inspanish that i learned growing up. i joined the airforce as a linguist when i was 20 and was assignedto learn farsi at the defense language institute. i joined up withthe intent of becoming a linguist in the first place because i hadan interest in languages, particularly languages from the middleeast. for many native English speakers, learning the Arabicalphabet and learning the peculiar sounds of farsi may be difficultinitially. But once you've learned the basics, the consistency of the grammarmakes farsi a very easy language to learn. granted, i was veryinterested in learning it, but I've studied spanish, English,Arabic, and farsi, and as far as grammar and vocabulary goes, farsiis easily the most learnable. spelling is difficult, given thatthere are four letters that represent both the 'z' and 's' sounds,and that only 3 of 6 vowels are written down. but as an everydayspeaking language, farsi is, in my opinion, a very easy language tolearn, due mainly to the consistency of its grammar. and quitebeautiful to boot. ( Full Answer )
LET US C IS THE BEST BOOK "The C Programming Language- Dennis Ritchi Bren Kernighan" This is book is the "Bible".
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 pronu…nciation is much like Spanish. Although easier than either. If I had to learn to speak any language without an instructor I would choose Italian because of its consistency regarding pronunciation and grammar, similarity of letter to corresponding sound with English and abundance of literature, film and native speakers. And, it's FUN! ( Full Answer )
You learn your mother language from your parents which requires almost no skill. Whatever you learn from your parents is then enhanced by your time at school which does require some effort on your part.. English is reputedly one of the most difficult languages for non-English speaking people to lea…rn.. I have subsequently learned 3 languages, none of which I am especially good at. I have a sufficient grasp of them to get what I want, find out what I want to know, be polite, and carry on a basic conversation.. I learned French at school. French has a great many similarities to English, but pronunciations are substantially different.. I learned Japanese as an adult. Japanese has almost nothing in common with English, the word order is different, they do not distinguish between present and future tense, do not distinguish gender and they have single words that convey entire concepts. The written language is a nightmare by comparison with the Roman alphabet.. More recently, I have learned Russian. There are many similarities between Russian and English. Many words are "Russified" European words. Russian is very gender specific and word endings change accordingly. The Cyrillic alphabet was derived from the Greek alphabet and modified to suit Russian speech. Most of the characters are recognisable from the Roman alphabet, but most have a different sound to what we are used to.. From my own experience, the answer is "NO", the second language is never as easy as the first. ( Full Answer )
Study the language and learn from a natural. Learning from a natural speaker of the language would be the best way you can learn the language.
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: Ð¿ÑÐ¸Ð²ÐµÑ This is how you pronounce it - preevet ( Full Answer )
It is normally best for you to learn the grammar of it before you tackle the vocab. Learn the endings of verbs, (I, you, he/she/it, we, you pl., they) and pronouns and if it is a romance language such as Latin or Spanish, it has a lot to do with English. It's easier that way than just trying to memo…rize verbs, cause when you learn the grammar of it, you form sentences faster than you dreamed you would. And then sentences goes to paragraphs and paragraphs to books...and then you know it! ( Full Answer )
Chinese include ( Japanese and Korean) + Arabic.. obviously the alphabet AND the pronunciation are unbelievable ! Answer Polish There is no such thing. Language difficulty depends on the person. Other factors are the learner's native language and their familiarity with the target language's… culture. ( Full Answer )
Which is the best foreign language to learn that is easy to learn and have good oppurtunities for the job too?
That depends on where you want to work. People say that Italian and Spanish are easy to learn. Certainly Spanish will give you job opportunities in many parts of the world.
Written Chinese was developed for the high-class Chinese, which meant it was more fancy and complex. Languages like Korean were developed for the lower-class servants, but Chinese was purposely made for the fancier, more advanced people in the country to show their class.
the Russian language is extremely hard to learn by yourself. but if you have a tutor it is slightly easier
foolish,the best thing is that you don't learn anything if you have to ask such stupid things.:P Yonghu007's answer is: If you are a native English-speaker exceling in your area of profession, Japanese and Mandarin Chinese should be good choices. That makes 3 languages. If I must name a 4th then I… am much less sure - could be one of the major European languages. ( Full Answer )
start with the basic such as the vowels or the words who, what, where, when, why.
french.... or spanish but i mostly say french so it can help you later on in life and it also fun and hard to learn
Well, whatever you do, you'll have to learn. The easiest way to learn some basics is to use a high level programming language such as, Perl, PHP, Ruby, Python etc.. (very long list).
I found it easy because I already knew a fair bit of C++, C and Perl. The syntaxes are very similar
Answer: 1 This is a somewhat subjective question. Generally speaking, languages closest to one's own tongue are easiest to learn. For English speakers, Afrikaans is the language that is considered easiest. German is also considered an "easy" language to learn. Other contenders for languages that are… "easy" to learn for English speakers are Spanish, Latin, Portuguese and French. This list is only including the natural languages. Several "artificially constructed" languages have been developed over the past few centuries. They have the advantage that they are designed with the idea of being easier to learn. Simplified, regular grammars and smaller essential vocabularies (usually be means of the use of affixes) make most of these constructed languages possible to learn within weeks or months. The most well known and widespread is Esperanto. Other constructed languages that can be learned inside of weeks or months are Ido, Interlingua, Novial, Glossa, Volapuk, and Toki Pona. Esperanto was created not necessarily to be simple, but to be basically understood by most native speakers of European languages, including English. It is very interesting to see or hear an example of Esperanto, and to realize that so many roots are common enough to relate basic ideas without a lot of effort. For this reason, Esperanto may be easier to learn than other languages for such native speakers. Answer: 2 Language written or oral is a string of syntax structured morphemes with semantic content.There are three basic components in any language. 1. Syntax (arrangement of the words specific to a language) NP+ VP +NP 2. Finite verb,action verb,tense. 3. Each morpheme has semantic content (word meaning/vocabulary). Language acquired by a native speaker being an exception because even the most complex syntax structures ,morphemes with semantic content,finite verbs,action verbs,tense is simple to the speaker. Languages other than the native language becomes a foreign language and if one has to search for the most simple syntax structures,morphemes with semantic content,finite verbs,action verbs,tense then the closest language within the origins in its historical context with the minimum deviations & variables becomes simple to learn. Languages with Indo- Burmese historical origin will not have finite verb in the sentence structure and therefore reduce the syntax structure to bare minimum as compared to other languages and becomes simple to learn. eg: This is a boy in English will be structured as NP + VP + NP. This x boy in Assamese will be structured as N + N (Indo Burmese). Both have the semantic content but with minimum syntax structure but the later is a simple language. One cannot justify a claim to learn simple language unless the deviations are minimum from one's own native language. ( Full Answer )
Maybe Spanish but i don't know because i haven't tried it. But it's a Latin based language so it may be easy.
Type your answer here... i think German is easy to learn. . Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â -gulshan \n
Predominantly as of 2010, the most popular second languages learned are English and Chinese. Notes: 1) Popularity is measured by the number of non-native speakers learning the language in question. 2) The fact that English, being the most popular second language learned is not about to chan…ge within this decade or the next as it is the de facto education requirement for all of India, and parts of East Asian countries, namely China, Japan and South Korea. ( Full Answer )
trust me honey it's Arabic languege i' learn it now it's hard put it's cut languege
C# and Java have many similaries. If you learn one, you won't have much of a problem learning the other.
Language learning is how a particular language is learnt, the theories about how to learn are included, the techniques used, the materials also. It is the theory and the practice.
English Chinese Spanish and depending on the type of business, one of the regional languages associated with that business. For example, in oil and petrochemicals, Arabic is good. In tourism, French and German area excellent choices.
That depends on your native tongue, and the language groups. If you speak English, any of the Romance languages (French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portugese, Romanian, etc.) would be fairly easy to learn and in contrast any other languages would be harder (Japanese, Arabic, Icelandic, Farsi, etc.) I…f you spoke Japanese, it would be pretty easy to learn Chinese. ( Full Answer )
Croatian is a complex language and probably one of the most difficult language types on the world. You must be born in Croatia if you want to speak Croatian perfectly or govoriti Hrvatski savrÅ¡eno.
actually is wasnt. she failed miserably and she would quit, but the only thing that kept her going was the support of her family and friends
Every language is difficult to learn and takes time to fully be accustomed to it.
well, every language has its own importance, but as a starter you can start with C language.. however if you like designing phase, i will suggest Visual basics.. its also easy to learn..
go on a online translator and then make a song up in English about what is says!
Is seesharp is easy language can i learn it in weak i have to do online human resource management system?
C# is easier to learn than C++ but you won't master either of them in a week unless you are a genius.
Sociologists would say you are "socialized" into language, that is, you learn it from your parents, your peers, your culture, your social group. In the documentary "Babies," for example, the film-maker takes viewers to four distant locations (Africa, Mongolia, Japan, United States), and in all of th…em, the infants pick up language from what others around them are speaking. They learn first by listening and then, by imitating. Parents help this process by repeating certain common sounds and words to their baby, rewarding the little one for recognizing those sounds and later for being able to repeat them. At first, infants are mainly able to communicate by crying. But within several months, they seem able to recognize familiar voices, and as the months pass, they learn to make certain babbling noises that sound like they are trying to talk. They also learn to identify the most common sounds they hear and understand that those sounds mean something. And as they grow, babies become able to say those sounds at appropriate times, learning words that their particular language uses to say "mama" or "water" or "toy" or whatever else. ( Full Answer )
The language most people want to learn would ether be English or Spanish. Most foreign countries are teaching their children English along with their native language because America is the current world superpower. Most American people want to learn Spanish because it is easily translated to English… and is possibly somewhat romantic to some people. Also Spanish and English are simple to most people. ( Full Answer )
top 10: 1. French 2. English 3. Russian 4. Portuguese 5. Arabic 6. Spanish 7. Persian 8. Chinese 9. German 10. Japanese
Languages can be learned by taking a class online or in person. Try your local high school or college if you're interested in learning a language.
we learn languages because it is to help us communicate with people all around the globe and to help us speak well with other people.
It's not the most difficult language, but it's not the easiest either. Here's a true fact for you - the hardest language to learn on the entire planet, is English. And you're writing in English, so you have already mastered the world's most difficult language. There is nothing stopping you taking …on German. ( Full Answer )
Once the basics of any sign language are learned then use of it it improves especially when you are around hearing impared people who will help you develop the natural reading and using
C++ and Java are two of the most well-known and used programminglanguages today. They are also very easy to learn. Java is evenbased on C++, but contains some stuff that C++ doesn't, such asautomatic memory management.
Any language is hard to learn on your own, but it might be easierto learn by yourself since it has an alphabet unlike languages likeChinese.