Why is it easier for French to travel than Australians?
it is easier for the french to travel because they can catch a train, bus or many other things to other countries because they are not an island like Australia
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.
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.
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.
Why does it take longer to travel from Sydney to Newcastle than it is to travel from Newcastle to Sydney?
basketball is not easier than baseball. when hitting in baseball, you have to determine what pitch is coming to you, then you have to swing, then you have to make contact on the exact right part of the bat for the ball to travel. this is extremely difficult to do. clearly, hitting a baseball is the hardest thing to do in all of sports. therefore, basketball is not as hard as baseball.
If you think of a wire as being like a hose or pipe then you can see how it is easier for water to travel through a larger hose than a smaller hose the same is true for electricity it is easier for the current to travel through a larger wire (less resistance) than a smaller wire (more resistance). The same would happen if you had to crawl through a small tunnel (harder) or could…
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…