What was the easiest language for you to learn?

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Posts220Likes117Joined9/7/2018LocationUS
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English
Learning Spanish
Other French

What was your easiest language to learn? I am still in the beginning of my language learning journey but I'm curious to hear about everyone else's experience in learning a 2nd, 3rd, 4th.... or many many languages! :) :) :) I know it's different for everyone.


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Posts69Likes49Joined8/7/2018LocationIT
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Russian, Swedish
Other English, Finnish, Italian

Italian... My 6th language and the easiest so far! 

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Posts220Likes117Joined9/7/2018LocationUS
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English
Learning Spanish
Other French

Nice! :)


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Posts200Likes92Joined12/7/2018LocationPH
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Tagalog
Learning English, Spanish

Olga.Cygnel wrote:
Italian... My 6th language and the easiest so far!

Wow. 6th language. I only know 2 languages, tagalog and english. 

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Posts840Likes507Joined18/3/2018LocationBellingham / US
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Learning Chinese - Mandarin, French, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Tagalog, Thai

French. It was my 7th language, and I only had to study it steadily for about 1 year. 

I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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Posts385Likes192Joined11/7/2018LocationManila / PH
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Tagalog
Learning English, Korean

Spanish. :) We have a lot of borrowed words so when I tried learning it, it felt very natural and intuitive.

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ikay

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Posts56Likes44Joined9/7/2018LocationDE
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German
Other English, Russian, Spanish, Tamil

Def English :) Spanish was a bit harder for me. But I had English since Kindergarden :D

harmony. 

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Posts385Likes192Joined11/7/2018LocationManila / PH
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Learning English, Korean

I considered English but I realized I've been speaking in English since elementary school and I'm still at C1. Hahahahaha!

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ikay

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Posts56Likes44Joined9/7/2018LocationDE
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Other English, Russian, Spanish, Tamil

cmon doesnt matter which course your at :D

harmony. 

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Posts385Likes192Joined11/7/2018LocationManila / PH
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Tagalog
Learning English, Korean

Do you also have required English subjects from grade school to college in your country?

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Posts56Likes44Joined9/7/2018LocationDE
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Jessica.Moreno wrote:
Do you also have required English subject from grade school to college in your country?


yes, sure

harmony. 

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Posts41Likes29Joined14/7/2018LocationAbu Dhabi / AE
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Tagalog
Learning English

Spanish..because lot of Filipino words have a Spanish language influenced. 

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Posts200Likes92Joined12/7/2018LocationPH
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Learning English, Spanish

Janah.Facal wrote:

Spanish..because lot of Filipino words have a Spanish language influenced.


This is so true. Most of tagalog terms came from the Spanish language, that's why even a Filipino who is not trying to learn the Spanish language know a thing or two about it. 

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Janah.Facal wrote:
Spanish..because lot of Filipino words have a Spanish language influenced.
agree

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Posts24Likes12Joined12/7/2018LocationLagos / NG
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Learning Arabic - Standard
Other Yoruba

Hausa! 

Reason being that it is the second most spoken language in Nigeria after English.

It is spoken in most northern homes, and even B4 you begun to attend school, it is the language you first communicate with. 

It was easy because everyone around spoke it even in their homes.

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Easiest language to learn, for me it was my mother tongue Hindi, the reason being for that i found many people around me to teach me, everyone was teacher for me. 

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