if u would learn a language what would it be. ????? fan and metal
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I'm working on Japanese and French
I'm working on Italian, I speak French (and English) and I would like to learn Sanskrit or Hindi
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me: japanese. I am a really big fan.
I would love to learn japanese even though it's a bit hard to learn.
For me, Japanese language have a cool accent and every word has a meaning and i like it :D ^^
For me it is German. Mostly because it follows a logical order so understanding syntax is fairly straight forward once you learn the rules. Although to be fare getting a knack of what gender an item has assigned to it (male, female or neutral) does take a bit of memorization.
I speak French and English. I am learning Japanese, but I do want to learn Chippewa Cree, the Language of my Ancestors! Native American Pride all of the way!
Searian, I think Chippewa Cree would be an amazing language to learn. From what little I have been able to learn each major Tribe has it's own rich history, traditions, language and spiritual beliefs. I wish we had a lot more formal educational opportunities about the Native American cultures.
Spanish. Honestly because to me it takes some time to learn which I realized because I'm taking Spanish 1 online at the moment and I already know Hebrew and I'm native to English so...
I speak English and I'm currently studying Japanese. After that I hope I can master German as well. :)
Old Norse. Well, I know that actually no one uses the language but why not? Actually i've started learning but it s just small things. I would really love to learn more :)