Favorite Language: Do You Have One?
I like Hebrew, Spanish, Korean and English. I don't know why Irish is on my subscription though.☺
Really hard to choose... languages are awesome! Some of my favourites:
Portuguese (my native language hahaha), Catalan (els meus condols al poble català, a propòsit, espero que superin tot això aviat), Occitan, Tupi, Guarani, Latin, Swahili, Zulu, Mirandese, Romanian and Greek.
Yeah like they say "I" before "E" except after "C" and then they made words like weird and things like that
Spanish, 'cause it's just awesome, Latin, because it has no accent marks, and English because it is my native language and it also has no accent marks :D
Good old english is the best to me, or Welsh. I also love old languages like acient greek. Irish is also good. Though i love english so much i hate new-zealand english which has a horrible accent: for jack they say jick, and so on.
I don't have a favourite language to learn (maybe Italian at the moment because it's the language I've most recently started learning). I would say French is my favourite to listen to, but I also love Russian and Farsi.
I know a lot of you will disagree, but to be honest, I just don't see how English is so hard. It has no accent marks, there is only one word for ''The'', there are no endings, only 26 letters in the alphabet that all stay the same, and most things like ''table'' and ''dress' do not have genders, that's why.
When people talk about how hard English is, they mostly talk about all the irregularities littered in English. From the way the past-tense is formed and its un-phonetic writing system. Other than that, I kind of agree with you that English doesn't really seem that hard of a language.
Jeg elsker norsk ( Norwegian ). It didn't take long to make the decision of studying Norwegian. I didn't even know much about Norway, its culture, songs, films, or anything really. The mere sound of Norwegian was enough to make me want to study it.
It's quite a shame that Norwegian isn't all that widely spoken.