What is the hardest language to learn for non English speakers?

by Alexey Mihaylov|28 Nov 2020|Teaching|Language Learning|593 views
Japanese is ranked by the U.S. Foreign Services Institute as the most difficult language for native English speakers to learn. The institute uses the time it takes to learn a language to determine its difficulty 23-24 weeks for the easiest and 88 weeks for the hardest. How long does immunity to SARS-CoV-2 last?

Consequently, what is the easiest language for English speakers to learn?

9 Easiest Languages For English Speakers To Learn
  • Norwegian. This may come as a surprise, but we have ranked Norwegian as the easiest language for English speakers to pick up.
  • Swedish. Our second easiest language also comes from Scandinavia and the Germanic family of languages.
  • Spanish. This pick should come as no surprise.
  • Dutch.
  • Portuguese.
  • Indonesian.
  • Italian.
  • French.

Additionally, what is the hardest language for Chinese speakers to learn?

So taken from an language educator from the best Foreign language university in China, the most difficult languages to learn for a Chinese native speaker is Arabic.

What are the 10 hardest languages to learn?

Without further ado, these are our top ten hardest (but most rewarding) languages to learn.
  • Mandarin. Mandarin is a language within the Chinese language group and is actually the most spoken language in the world.
  • Arabic.
  • 3. Japanese.
  • Hungarian.
  • Korean.
  • Finnish.
  • Basque.
  • Navajo.

What is the ugliest language?

Ugliest is by far Cantonese (sounds like people cursing at each other) followed by Danish (sounds like German and Swedish had a messed up child), Welsh (sounds like people chocking on potatoes), Mandarin (the "sh", "dzh" and "sch" sounds drive me crazy), and Haitian Creole (sounds like the speaker is performing

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