I was just wondering which is the most easy language to learn French, German or Spanish?
For whom Spanish is Latin, German for whom English is.
The most difficult language is German, then French and finally, the easier it is Spanish.
Spanish is meant to be eaiser French sucks!
from my own experience i say spainsh is the easiest language to learn and it is great fun too ,but as for french it is rather confusing as well as german as that would be the hardest language to learn out of all three
so my suggetion to you would be spanish
hey, personaly i find french easiest! germans ment to b hardest.
Depends on how your brain works really lots of people say Spanish is easiest but personally I find German is easier x
I agree with the majority, Spanish is easier; learning congregations and all that is really simple, and there aren't a variety of accents for tenses or different words like in french. I guess Spanish is more layed back, unlike French, which is quite complicated- and too fancy, in my opinion at least! But German... that's a new level loooool
My friend is german, and as much as i love her accent, just looking at the spellings and grammar makes my head spin! Also, apparently German exam grade boundaries are A LOT higer than that of French AND Spanish.
Or you can just get it in a click! Depends on the person, determination and interest! :3
I love all those languages, but im currently doing french which i find easy. I did german, that wasnt that hard as many of the vocabulary was similar to the english equivalent. Im doing languages as a career, so i asked a teacher what to do, and shd said if yo do french, spanish is essy to learn, german takes time to get used to if you do it alongside french, but to be honest, it depends upon your knowledge. If you find a certain language easy to study than the other, then go for that one, its all down to what you know and how you know it!!
Personally I chose to learn German, in the past I have also learnt French but found it to be very confusing. I think German makes a lot of sense once you get into it, words are stuck together to make bigger words and sentence order (once you learn the rules) is not that bad. There are certainlly some confusing bits, but I think that's the same with any language, and the most confusing ones no one will really mind you messing up in a converstation so I think German is the best language for if you wish to speak with people using it.
The easiest out of those three is Spanish.
German and French uses letters that are not necessary like two t's
While Spanish does not. the whole Spanish language specially vocabulary is easier. it's also a phonetic language which makes things easier.
I chose to do French at GCSE because I'd been doing basic French lessons since I was in year 1, so I thought "Why not? It shouldn't be too hard" and it wouldn't have been, had I not had the worst teacher ever. Seriously, a lot of it depends on your teacher. My best friend is doing Spanish and succeeding because her teacher is brilliant however I'm on a C and struggled in my listening and reading exams on 13/6. French and Spanish are relatively similar. You shouldn't do a subject just because somebody else deems it easier, you should do it because you're interested in it, otherwise it becomes like a chore. If you're interested, then it will be easier to understand because you will work harder at it.
I do both French and Spanish for GCSE and personally I find French easier as I've been doing it since about year 4 and I'm very good at learning laguages in general. I started spanish about 5 moths ago and it has been quite easy but I believe most of that is because my teacher is brilliant, better than my French teacher I'd say. Although having done french 5 years and spanish 5 months I found them both quite easy to do so this is totally unbiased, I prefer spanish as the language and culture was more interesting and the numbers made sense ( quatre vingt = 80 ???? ) so I totally agree with you, pick whichever language you're interested in more.
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