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Your Perfect Language

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Junior Member A writer and guitar player
<a href="/hi/translator/kuducutie34" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1444998">KuduCutie34</a>
जुड़ा: 28.01.2020
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What language is the one that you should learn?
Well, I am studying Japanese, and it is a beautiful language that makes me feel hog wild!
Chinese, Korean, Hindustani, Arabic, Persian, Russian, Armenian, etc.
Many languages make me hog wild, and many languages I want to learn!
What languages drive you hog wild? I'd love to hear about all of them!
Thank you for reading!
-Kudu Lovelace

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<a href="/hi/translator/iam-real-lord-hell" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1333527">TeSTaMeNT</a>
जुड़ा: 31.03.2017

Turkish, too difficult to learn for an English native speaker but Turkish is a language that makes you thinkful. Turkish is a language that makes you write poem. Never Forget you will never be as good as a Turkish in the matter of accent and grammar, but you asked me for perfect language and here you have it: Turkish!

Junior Member A writer and guitar player
<a href="/hi/translator/kuducutie34" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1444998">KuduCutie34</a>
जुड़ा: 28.01.2020

Yay! I've been wanting to learn Turkish! When I listened to John 8 in Turkish, it drove me hog wild!

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<a href="/hi/translator/iam-real-lord-hell" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1333527">TeSTaMeNT</a>
जुड़ा: 31.03.2017

As you are studying in Japanese, Turkish will not be that hard. Because Japanese grammar and Turkish grammar have many similarities

Junior Member A writer and guitar player
<a href="/hi/translator/kuducutie34" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1444998">KuduCutie34</a>
जुड़ा: 28.01.2020

Yes, I have read that!💟💟💟

Junior Member A writer and guitar player
<a href="/hi/translator/kuducutie34" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1444998">KuduCutie34</a>
जुड़ा: 28.01.2020

I'm also really interested in Persian. A couple of friends got me really interested in it☺

Junior Member A writer and guitar player
<a href="/hi/translator/kuducutie34" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1444998">KuduCutie34</a>
जुड़ा: 28.01.2020

I'm also really interested in Persian. A couple of friends got me really interested in it☺

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<a href="/hi/translator/cann0t" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1447524">Cann0t</a>
जुड़ा: 23.02.2020

arabic: can make you the master of poets because there's about more than thousands of poetic and rhythmic words that can be used to make masterful poets with deep meanings
also arabic has many varieties so you can mix certain words because there is egyptian arabic, saudi arabic, old arabic, poetic arabic (same as old arabic), etc. so you can wide communicate with neighbouring arabic countries if you're an arab, and allow for many other words totaling at around 600K+ words i think and that means you can use arabic for more than poetic purposes

russian: has a unique way of spelling which allows for interesting songs when combined with pop or rap (take for examples: i.e. markul, andro and jony) and it can also be used for various other things such as wide communication since most countries use their original languages (i.e. Ukrainian) but they use nearly the same words so for a native russian it is easy to communicate with their neighboring slavic countries

turkish: has the same properties with arabic but wide communication is excluded and there is only one variety (old turkish)

english: no explanation needed really because it's self-explanatory

anyway it depends on what language you see as the perfect language everybody should be speaking now because there are many other languages with many other properties and varieties, but those 4 languages basically stands out because *arabic & turkish is for poetic purposes and russian & english are for many other things*

hope you enjoyed my comment ^^

Junior Member A writer and guitar player
<a href="/hi/translator/kuducutie34" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1444998">KuduCutie34</a>
जुड़ा: 28.01.2020

I will try Russian, Arabic, and Turkish. English is my native language. Yes I enjoyed your comment,☺

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<a href="/hi/translator/cann0t" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1447524">Cann0t</a>
जुड़ा: 23.02.2020

arabic is my native language, and i'm fluent in english and i am also studying french, and some spanish and russian. and thanks for enjoying it ^^ i just shared my opinion owo

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<a href="/hi/translator/iam-real-lord-hell" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1333527">TeSTaMeNT</a>
जुड़ा: 31.03.2017

No way! Turkish has many many many varieties for example; Kazakh, Azerbaijani, Yakut, Uyghur, Turkmen, Gagauz, Tuva, Middle Turkish, Post-Islamic Turkish, Pre-Islamic Turkish, Ottoman Turkish, Modern Turkish, Seljukian Turkish and many more.

And if you start to study Turkish, it will be a long way. But forget not, we are here to help you, if you have something to ask about Turkish, we're here. Turkish is not only language but also a life style. Numerous idioms, unpronounceable letter, numerous writers and poems, everchanging accents, infinitely many words and much more things to be discovered...

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<a href="/hi/translator/quinten22" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1364516">Quinten_22</a>
जुड़ा: 11.12.2017

I'm really interested in Gaelic and Germanic languages, but also in Hebrew, Arabian, Old English and other old varieties of (mostly) Germanic languages!
Dutch (my native language) is a Western Germanic language, together with English and German.
I do like Danish too, that's a Northern Germanic language.
I also like Schottish Gaelic en Irish Gaelic.

I also like artificial languages, such as Esperanto en Folksspraak.

But I think that there's not one perfect language. It matters what sounds you like, where your interests are and stuff like that.
Your native language decides for a big part if it's easy to learn a particular language.

Greets,
Quinten

Junior Member A writer and guitar player
<a href="/hi/translator/kuducutie34" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1444998">KuduCutie34</a>
जुड़ा: 28.01.2020

In school, we're learning about all the old Germanic languages!🎊🎉🎆🎇✨

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<a href="/hi/translator/starsdiary" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1424958">starsdiary</a>
जुड़ा: 18.06.2019

Hi,
Have you ever thought about learning Ukrainian? I have been learning Ukrainian since a few years, and I found out it is easier to learn than Russian. I am also a native Dutch speaker, and I have been trying to learn many languages. I stopped learning most of them because it was getting to diffcult for me.

-Sterre

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<a href="/hi/translator/magicmulder" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1264038">magicmulder</a>
जुड़ा: 26.10.2015

I've always wanted to learn Japanese.
I can pronounce it quite fine from romanizations but can't read katakana nor hiragana, and have only a very basic idea about grammar.
A classmate of mine learned it starting at age 14 and I've always been jealous.
But alas, too little time to do it properly...

I like the sound of the Thai language a lot, also Icelandic.

Also just for sh*ts and giggles I'd like to be as good at Latin again as I was when I learned it at school. At university, me and a friend even used to write notes to each other during class exclusively in Latin, was a nice way of getting practice (she was studying it), and it was fun to come up with ways to creatively describe modern words in Latin terms. Ah, good times...

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<a href="/hi/translator/knee427" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1110108">Alma Barroca</a>
जुड़ा: 05.04.2012

I'd really like to know more of other Romance languages, specially because that's what I make money with :p Here where I live there are courses of French, Italian, Spanish and even Catalan and Galician, but I'd surely also love to know more of Romanian - as I don't know many speakers of it here and its studies when it comes to Romance Linguistics here are quite limited.

At the moment, only English is my 'perfect' language.

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<a href="/hi/translator/baileyilcane" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1436394">BaileyIlCane</a>
जुड़ा: 22.10.2019

Italian I think is the perfect one, I like how consistent and simple the rules are to understand, especially now that it's pretty natural for me to speak and use them with little to no error. Next Sicilian because it seems like an interesting language, especially with the large amount of U's there are in the language for example "Mparamu lu Sicilianu" quiete different than italian but I also think the language fits with the beautiful scenery Sicilia has as well as the ancient civilization of the Siculi interests me a lot.

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