Yeah, Esperanto appears exceedingly easy if you already speak a few of the Germanic and Romance languages.
I feel it will be very easy
I speak Spanish and English, and some German, some Italian, know some French, etc., it has a lot of things from all those languages
EDIT: Ordered as in your comment: Spanish, English, Italian, German, French, (Turkish?), Esperanto!
I speak Danish, English, German, Spanish and French (in decreasing order of ability), so I feel exactly the same.
I speak English, French and Irish and I can tell many of these come from French and Spanish words.
I also speak Spanish and English, and a little French, German and Italian. Esperanto is piece of cake!
I am not sure, but Esperanto may have some Polish in it somewhere. I can't remember, and for the record, I reset my Esperanto progress at some point to start fresh. I say Esperanto may have Polish in it because Zamenhof was born and raised in Poland (although it was part of the Russian Empire when he was born).
The russian alphabet is based off of the latin one. although a bit different
The cyrillic script used in Russian is based on the greek alphabet.
Actually, not having a translation for a/an, ne and czy as well as word order are extremely similar to Polish imo
I speak English and Spanish (both are first languages for me), and Chinese...for Esperanto, Chinese doesnt help very much, but the English and Spanish do, haha
I speak Russian, German, French, English, Turkish and Bulgarian. I kniw words in other languages, so this is easy for me.
My native language is Spanish, then I learned English, Italian, Portuguese, and I'm trying to learn Japanese (I'm already memorizing the hiragana and katagana). Esperanto is more like a "why not? let's give it a try" type of thing that came to my head xD
Exactly. Today my german teacher mentioned it and now i'm learning it. I am already learning french soanish portugese italian and german so this is veeeeery simplistic for me.
I speak Dutch, English, German, French and Polish at pretty alright levels. Comparing Esperanto to Polish, this should be easy. I wish Esperanto was actually the lingua franca :(
The sentence before this one for me was "La melbela bebo dancas rapide" now they are making up for calling that baby ugly by saying this one is very beautiful, haha
Is there a difference for the word "cute" from the words "pretty" and "beautiful"?
From what I can find, it seems "beleta" would be the variation for cute (plus some other words unrelated)
In at least American English, beautiful is typically used to describe women, and is mature. Cute is sort of girly and immature.
I would like to know about Arabic/Mandarin speakers. Knowing Portuguese and Engmish makes it quite easy
The baby is very beautiful.. it's not accepting my correct answer, and it says I did it wrong..
This is an interesting question because right before I was asked to do this, I was asked to translate "la malbela bebo estas dancas".
With some certain knowledge in some European languages, these words' meanings are easy to guess