Which 10 languages ​​are the easiest to learn?


We learn our first language naturally, but what are the easiest languages ​​to master? This list is primarily intended for the english apeakers.

If you want to speak a second language fluently, you have to start before your tenth birthday. It's good for your career if you can speak several languages. Some languages ​​are easier to learn than others. These ten would be the easiest.

1. African Language

Afrikaans has a lot in common with English, and the grammar is very simple. Verbs don't need to be conjugated, there are no genders and many words are taken from English.

2. French

Although French is a Romance language, it has about 8,000 words in common with English thanks to William the Conqueror's victory at the battle of Hastings. Although speaking perfect French isn't easy.

3. Dutch

Many linguists believe that Dutch is the easiest second language for native English speakers. Both structurally and syntactically, Dutch is related to English and is grammatically less complex than German.

4. Portuguese

An attractive aspect of Portuguese is the ability to ask questions just by changing the intonation. This language also has a pleasant rhythm (but a difficult pronunciation).

5. Italian

Of course, the vocabulary of Italian is based on Latin. As a result, many words sound familiar to us. There are very few spelling rules and the sentence structure is rhythmic. Moreover, many find the language beautiful which makes it fun to practice it.

6. Esperanto

This is an artificial language with approximately two million speakers worldwide. Esperanto was created to be accessible to everyone. Leo Tolstoy claimed to have learned Esperanto in four hours.

7. Frisian

Barely half a million people speak Frisian, but the language is very closely linked to English. The vocabulary, structure and pronunciation are almost identical.

8. Swedish

This Germanic language shows quite a few similarities with Dutch and English. The pronunciation is melodic and singular and therefore pleasant to learn.

9. Norwegian

Norwegian has consistent pronunciation and grammatical rules similar to English. Norwegian verbs in particular are remarkably easy to learn because of the low number of conjugations.

10. Spanish

Spanish is written as it's pronounced and the pronunciation presents few problems (with the 'ñ' and 'c' being the only exceptions). Spanish is also extremely popular as a second or third language because it's so widely spoken worldwide.

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