5 Hardest Languages for English Speakers to Learn — From The Darkness Into The Light

With the proliferation of apps such as Google Translate and Triplingo, it’s easier than ever to travel to new places without learning the local language first. Even so, learning a foreign language is worth the extra trouble since it allows you to connect with other cultures, improve your working memory, and even enhance your decision-making skills. Certain Romance […]

via 5 Hardest Languages for English Speakers to Learn — From The Darkness Into The Light.

I have friends with Polish, Chinese, or other ancestral ethnicities that are mentioned in this re-blog.

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3 Responses to 5 Hardest Languages for English Speakers to Learn — From The Darkness Into The Light

  1. Sheree says:

    I’m not sure I necessarily agree with the list. My list would definitely include Finnish, Hungarian and Basque.

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    • I am sure different people have their own Top 5 choices in this category. I visited Finland in 2005 and I would include it. Thankfully, those I met spoke English.

      There are some dead languages that qualify too. I had a Greek friend who complained someone with a Greek last name was pronouncing it wrong. I tried to make the point that’s how he pronounces it. Waste of my breath.

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  2. SLIMJIM says:

    Hard languages indeed

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