What international language do you think is good to learn apart from english....
considering china becoming a major a very respected economy...but some european countries are still very power and won't be bad if you can speak the language,,,,what language can u recommend
Uh, A hard question. Recently, the rarely used languages attracted my attention. But for your question, I would advise Spanish as many people like to learn it.
I would recommend learning Chinese, Hindi, Portuguese, or German.
Other than english, I think french is very expressive, romantic and worth learning.
I would say French, especially if you plan to go to Europe. I believe that a lot of Europeans know French.
I would go with one of the romantic languages as they are so much linked to each other. Spanish would be a good start for French, Italian, etc.
English is the most widely spoken language in the world, with Spanish ranking second and French ranking third. If you're traveling to the Middle East, Arabic is the best language to learn.
Mandarin Chinese is spoken by more people than any other on the planet, since China has the largest population. If you learn to write it, you can communicate with the Japanese and Vietnamese as well (passing notes). So Chinese is a good language to learn if you're going to travel to the Far East.
by StrictlyQuotes 14 months 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.
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by Wendy Iturrizaga 13 years ago
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by adonia 11 years ago
Which language is easy to learn among French, Spanish & German?
by Bmm209 10 years ago
I'd learn Japanese, Korean, and Tagalog.
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