Hindi (An Indian Language)
I really love Indian movies. They are very colorful and entertaining. If I learn Hindi, I can just watch the movie without straining myself by reading the sub-title.
I am a linguist (language studier) and I have self-taught myself Greek, Dutch, and Portuguese. I grew up biligual, Spanish and English. Next on my list is Italian to make Mommy happy!
I like to learn Arabic, spanish, thelungu, kannada, Dutch, Greek, etc............ There is no bound for my wish in case of learning languages. I like them all. I learned three languages and I know a couple of languages little bit also. I am still learning.
Chinese, Russian, French, Turkish...Czech language. The most important ones I already know. Why? It is great to speak different languages fluently!
I speak some French and would like to improve on it, but I think it would be fascinating to speak Russian, Chinese or Arabic. These are major centers of focus for the U.S. right now and it would be great to read what they are writing about us in their own words.
I always thought it'd be fun to learn an American Indian language, like Quichua. You can't use it with too many people, but its interesting.
For utility, I'd like to learn French and Arabic. But honestly, I'd learn anything, as long as I get the whole experience of living in a different culture, I'd be happy.
by vrint 7 years ago
I am planning to learn a foreign language.Which one would you suggest and why?
by Jake Brannen 8 years ago
Which foreign language would you like to learn? Why?
by Susan Reid 8 years ago
Which is the easiest foreign language to master and why?
by klevifusha 3 years ago
If you were able to learn a foreign language without any effort, which language would you choose to speak and why?
by Seckin Esen 15 months ago
Do you agree that foreign language instruction should begin in kindergarten?
by Anne Pettit 9 years ago
Should a foreign language be taught earlier than middle school in US public schools?
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