8 the most difficult languages to study

manygoodtips.com_24.11.2014_Qfp2cWTlIbuRrToday let’s talk about languages. You’re not a stupid guy and understand what kind of languages we are now talking. Remember how at uni you talked about the importance of language in the life and history of the people. We can’t argue with the claims of the teacher, on the contrary, I subscribe to them in words.

We want to tell you about the most difficult languages not only for native speakers but also for native English speakers. Sorry, but the word is hard to replace, so you have to constantly use it. Language learning is the best way to connect with someone from another part of the world. If you know at least the basics of the local dialect, you’ll feel much more confident than that guy, which is pronounced the speech is incomprehensible nonsense.

So, back to enlightenment: today you will learn about several of the most difficult languages. Let’s get started.

1. Arab

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Compared to English is really a living hell. You can’t learn the language, which is taught at school? Then you can’t master Arabic. Except completely incomprehensible to you alphabet consisting of the symbols are unfamiliar, you will face an opposite reading direction and the complex model of pronunciation.

2. Japanese

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Various Asian dialects have a certain level of difficulty for native speakers of Russian. In addition to the new alphabet, they all have one feature that distinguishes their challenge for an unprecedented man. In the case of the Japanese language you have to learn thousands of characters to speak more or less normally. This is because Japanese has three separate systems of writing, each of which has its own alphabet. In addition to these difficulties, the Japanese language includes a structure that is responsible for contacting peers and senior people to whom they apply with due respect, therefore, to talk to them you have different.

3. Chinese

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Chinese is a unique language because it largely matters of grammatical structure and tone of the speaker. In some languages, having a basic knowledge of grammatical structures, you would be quite able to get out. However, with the Chinese confusion in the grammar can put you in an awkward position. In addition, the writing system and the language system is different from systems of reading and writing. It will be difficult to survive in China, if you do not go to the area at least in English.

4. Greek

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I hasten to please: the Greek is less difficult for a Russian top three languages, which we have already mentioned. But there are other aspects that can be a problem for you if you undertook to learn the language. Difficulties with the alphabet do not occur at all. However, what confuses many is the voltage required, so that people understand what you’re saying. Incorrect placement of stress in the voice changes the meaning of words and phrases entirely.

5. Estonian

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The Estonian language takes the fifth place in our list because of its complex structure, which is a major problem in many other European countries, which have their own language system. It all depends on the influence of other neighboring languages.

6. Finnish

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Similarly, many European languages, Finnish is stored within the country itself, influencing the growth of appropriate manners of speech. In addition, for many people, Finnish and Estonian can be seen as close relatives of his speech grammar models. Of course, Finnish are a little easier to learn, in contrast to the Estonian.

7. Thai

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Making a small detour from European languages, we find ourselves in Thailand. Thai can be described average complexity compared to the upper part of our list. When learning Thai you are faced with the difficulty of pronunciation. Grammar rules similar to the rules in the English language, but the pronunciation and tone of the speaker are the most important and the most difficult for beginners.

8. Norwegian

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At the end of our list back in Europe, and more precisely in Norway. Norwegian – the last in our list here for some reason. This language, which is easy to learn on different collective courses and in a formal setting. However, the fact that Norwegian is spoken mostly only in Norway, lets make this language terminates our list, because the Norwegian media use the less formal form of communication than that which is taught you in courses. By the way, this is a problem all courses. Because of this, not every guy in Norway will understand what you’re saying. It’s the same if you on the street would speak in old Russian.