Which is your favorite language besides your native language? Why?
Besides my native language my favorite languages are Hindi and English.I live in India so Hindi is our national language.And English is an international language widely spoken all over the world.So,one must know English as well.
English, it's the most international-sounding language there is. It doesn't sound rough, like German, or soft, like French, it's perfectly neutral.
I will choose Spanish as most of our neighbouring countries are Latin-american countries that speak the spanish language
I like English but only because it makes living in the US easier.
Italian because it's the second most beatiful language in the world I love Italian culture, literature and the melody of the language, Italy and its landscape. All roads lead to Rome )
I like Chinese for a number of reasons. It is very different than my native language, English. That makes it interesting for comparison and contrast, and maybe gives me some deeper insights into the nature of Human language. China is also currently a very interesting place and the culture seems compatible with my personality.
by Jake Brannen 5 years ago
Which foreign languages do you know and how did you come to learn them?As a frame of reference, it would also be interesting to know what your native language is. I also think the difference between learning as a child and learning as an adult is very interesting.
by danmayerisgod 8 years ago
Why do people whose native language is not English go to English websites?HubPages is entirely in English, yet I see a lot of people hubbing or asking questions with little grasp of the English language. Why are they here?
by TheCraftyPens 7 years ago
This game's simple too!Just share any word from your native language other than English and also type the meaning for us to understand (in English)I'll start...samundar (hindi) sea
by Jeff Berndt 8 years ago
Here's a question for all you bilingual or multi-lingual people out there:Has learning a second or third language changed the way you think about the world in general?I can speak a smattering of a couple languages other than my native one (not even close to fluency), and I've found it easier to...
by StricktlyDating 8 years ago
I teach Spanish, and if English is your native language, I think Spanish is not too difficult to learn. Of course, I could be biased.
by hockey8mn 6 years ago
When you travel, do you try and speak the native language?
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