La langue francais is beautiful! ❤️
I only started learning French two months ago. I really love learning it. Really a beautiful language. I study it non stop! Do you? I reached level 17 but I feel I still have a long way. Bonsoir
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Oh God, amazing :o You people can speak in French... Gosh, thanks for such motivation!!
Toutes les deux sont également belles, je crois. Mais la langue française semble plus romantique et la langue allemande semple plus rationnelle.
Bravo, bon courage à vous ! J'en suis presque au même point en anglais !
I find this interesting. Why is French more difficult than Spanish? (My native tongue is Spanish). I would have thought they were equally difficult (conjugations, word genres, etc).
One reason I see now that I think about it is : You write Spanish the way it sounds (with a few exceptions).
I am not that good in spanish but i find french quite harder : iregular verbs everywhere, lots of vocabulary ... ( to be honest it is hard to say why your native language is hard :p ) And it has this reputation to be too :)
he heard some one say that that is why and repeated it how anyone that does not speak languages can make such comparisons ,irregular vetbs? so spanish does not have irregular verbs and stem changing verbs and spell changing irregular verbs and hard as hell subjunctive.the only thing that idefinitely more easier is the pronounciation and spelling
Well, I'm not learning Spanish. My native language is Urdu, the alphabets do not resemble French, but the rules are almost the same. :) So, I found French not quite difficult. Just a bit practice is needed. It is not as easy as English, by the way.
National language of Pakistan with 70 million native speakers from India and 94 million native speakers from Pakistan. Urdu language has beautiful literature, so I guess everyone should be able to know, at least, basics of the amazing language!
I go through phases with the different languages I'm learning, but I'm thinking of working more on French again. Wednesday I watched Stanley Kubrick's The Shining using the French audio channel for a little practice. :) Je suis d’accord, la langue français est très beau. (Et The Shining est un très bon film dans toutes les langues.)
I'll admit it took me some time to realize how beautiful the language is. I wasn't used to the nasal sounds or the French "r" sound. But now, I can't get enough!
And as you can see by my streak... I study non stop. :-) I wish you the best in your language learning!
Thanks for asking :) I'm giving more time to French right now; only care about not forgetting what I learned in Turkish. Not trying to learn anything new.
It's good strategy for learning 2 language at same time not forgetting about other language. If you need help about Turkish, I can assist you. Turkish is my native language.
Thanks a lot :) I'll try to give more time to Turkish, and will surely consult you if I felt the need to. Thanks again.
I'm a French person and i know that French is a beautiful language. I started learning English and i really love learning it!
Yes the french language is very beautiful. I've been learning for about 8 months but quite off and on. I'm only level 8 but, I do stop once in awhile and write down the words in a notebook with their definitions and then study from that until I can recognize all the words I've learned so far. And get through the "strengthen words" option without making a mistake.
I just started French on Duolingo. I find it very similar to Spanish that I am learning too! Hope I don't mix them up while speaking.
Combine them and you'll be speaking Portuguese,not really.(Portuguese is a combination of French and Spanish basically)
Portuguese and Spanish are ridiculously close ("lexically" whatever that means).
I can't remember what the language that has no cousins. Is it Basque?
Payel: You may get confused. It happened to me when I tried French and Italian at the same time. Probably it's not true for everyone, but they say that if you want to study two languages at the same time they have to be different enough to avoid confusion (e.g. French and German, Spanish and English).