Easiest Languages To Learn

Is it possible to make a list of the easiest languages to learn that applies to everyone?

Of course there can be no single correct answer that would be true for everybody. A lot will depend on your ethnic background, where you live, what other languages you hear around you on a daily basis, and what your native language is, for example.

However, there are general guidelines and principles that can be applicable to a majority of English speakers.

The Foreign Service Institute of the

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Software Translates Your Voice into Another Language

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Software Translates Your Voice into Another Language
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Researchers at Microsoft have made software that can learn the sound of your voice, and then use it to speak a language that you don’t. The system could be used to make

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Learning Spanish Online – Steps to Finding a Course and Quickly Becoming Fluent in the Spanish Language

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Learning Spanish Online – Steps to Finding a Course and Quickly Becoming Fluent in the Spanish Language
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If you’re looking for the easiest way to learn Spanish, then you’ve come to the right place. You probably

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Your Questions About How To Speak Fluent Korean

Ruth asks…How is the wedding like if parents of both side cant speak to each other because of language difference?Our family all speak English and my sister will marry with a guy who is from Korea. He speaks fluent English and Korean but his parents can not, they can only speak Korean. The couple really love each other. I just wonder if it is alright if both parents can’t speak to each other? Would it be kind of missing something? Will the marriage be successful? Thanks so much!anita

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Your Questions About Intermediate Korean College

Joseph asks…Why are some black people racist against black people?I met a 17 year old black guy that was a sophomore in college the other day :O And it turned out that he could speak Chinese. Although mine is only intermediate.

So finding an excuse for my intermediate Chinese speaking skills, and my appearance, he asked if I was Chinese American. I simply told him, “No, actually I’m Korean and black.”
He was very shocked…he asked me, “Really? BLACK?” with a disgusted look. After that, he

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Your Questions About Learn Korean Software Best

Linda asks…learning to speak korean?i’m 14 from scotland and I was thinking of learning Korean, i love asian languages and I thought Korean was the easiest to start with. What is the best way to learn Korean ? Has anyone used that Rosetta stone software? Is it any good ? Plus if I learned Korean what career could I get out of it ? If I moved to south Korea(when i’m out of university/college) what job opportunities would I have ? I’m not sure what i want to be yet, something science related

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Your Questions About Learn Arabic Through English Free

Sharon asks…Random poll: What language should I learn?Besides my mother tongue, English, I am fluent in Spanish. In my lifetime I seek to learn another 2 or 3 world languages that will allow me to communicate with the largest number of people possible. I want to learn languages because I have a knack for it, but also because of their usefulness to my future plans. After I graduate university I plan on going a year backpacking trip through Canada, the United States, and South America with my

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Your Questions About Elementary Korean

Paul asks…Learn korean by myself?I am chinese. I know chinese pretty well.(write, read and listen) I heard there are some similarity between korean and chinese. So how long would it take me to learn it to the point of fluency if I study 3-5 hours per day?(by fluency I mean being able to carry out a conversation and read newspaper or books)?
I also did some research on the books. So which series is better: integrated korean or elementary korean? Consider that I don’t know korean at all and

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Your Questions About Intermediate Korean

Laura asks…What language is the easiest to learn: Korean, Chinese, or Japanese?I’m interested in learning all three because I want to travel abroad and teach English in these countries.

I don’t know if this matters, but the languages I speak are English and Spanish (intermediate level). Are any of these languages similar to the somewhat backwards grammar of Spanish, or are they a completely different realm?

I have friends who speak Korean and Chinese, so please take that into consideration

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Your Questions About Learn Korean Language Software

Linda asks…Are there any good sites to learn Korean, Japanese and Latin?I’m trying to learn Korean and Japanese, but there aren’t any decent sites; there are only ones which have software to buy, or language exchanges – but you need to pay to do anything on them. Please help me, I love both of these languages! Latin is an optional language I might try and pick up, as there are alot of Anti-Christ scripts I would like to own. So, please help me, somebody!anita answers:♡For learning Japanese,

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