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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - crazyolitis
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I have been taught 4 languages in school, and English was by far the easiest.    
   
P.S. **** French.
I have been taught 4 languages in school, and English was by far the easiest.

P.S. **** French.
#450 to #1 - theseamonster
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I agree! **** Arabic too. Both frustrated the **** out of me.
User avatar #52 to #1 - tonytails
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learn esperanto.
easiest to learn, and it sets a good foundation for learning more languages.
#235 to #1 - brettjet
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I take french now, (selected 3rd year by accident and now stuck with it), i hate it so much
#339 to #1 - empithree
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*clap clap* i agree.
*clap clap* i agree.
#501 to #1 - tiltaz
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>Be from A country in Eastern Europe.
>Meet this French guy.
>He hits on me
>Something on the lines of : "You are my moon...,"
>Moon is a male in our language so I'm like wtf man, what do you mean by that.
>He does not understand why I'm so mad.
>Tell him to **** off.
>Only later find out that Moon Is a female in French.
>MFW I just told the most romantic guy I ever met to **** off because of my poor French skills.
#95 to #1 - digress
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le français est facile, casuelle
User avatar #98 to #95 - crazyolitis
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Uhhhh... Baguette! Napoleon eiffeltower normandy, colbert & guillotine! Hon hon hon!
#476 to #98 - digress
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ur a faguette.
User avatar #594 to #476 - faguette
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#232 to #98 - anon id: d7c9c075
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Haha ! Could you tell me where does this hon hon hon come from ?
Nobody says that in France, hehe
#233 to #232 - crazyolitis
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I think it's the stereotype of how the French laugh.
#236 to #233 - anon id: d7c9c075
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Haha, I see, thanks man !   
I can assure you nobody laughs that way, but it's a funny stereotype so it's cool
Haha, I see, thanks man !
I can assure you nobody laughs that way, but it's a funny stereotype so it's cool
User avatar #238 to #236 - crazyolitis
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Anytime, bruv. Also, you are perhaps one of the most respectable anons I've seen in a while. Creds to you, bruv.
#260 to #238 - anon id: d7c9c075
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Hehehe, thank you sir ! I wish I could thumb you up ! Thank you for being nice (oh god i wish i had more english vocabulary so this sentence doesn't sound so simple and silly but well hehehe, have a good night/day !)
Hehehe, thank you sir ! I wish I could thumb you up ! Thank you for being nice (oh god i wish i had more english vocabulary so this sentence doesn't sound so simple and silly but well hehehe, have a good night/day !)
#261 to #260 - crazyolitis
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Thanks, bruv. I hope you've got a good day/night as well Or both.
Thanks, bruv. I hope you've got a good day/night as well Or both.
#507 to #95 - anon id: 03933e0f
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Oui, je suis d'accord. Tu es eleve en classe de francais a un lycee aussi?
#587 to #507 - digress
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pas au lycée, j'ai juste reçu mon diplôme à l'universite

i'm not sure how to say certificate of fluency, so theres that
#485 to #95 - hillbillypowpow
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thanks to Latin and English I know what that says.
User avatar #296 to #95 - runescapewasgood
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you're saying that french is easy and calling him a casual (spanish and french are similar af)
#154 to #1 - anon id: 315a9938
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You must be Belgian, then
User avatar #530 to #1 - sonnyboii
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Im now starting my last half year of high school, and the last half year of french (had it for 3 years) and i dont know **** about it. Never going to touch that **** again
User avatar #551 to #1 - thatbrevitything
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As a french guy, i feel you
User avatar #40 to #1 - mtndewisgreat
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What is your original language?
User avatar #43 to #40 - crazyolitis
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Dutch.
User avatar #245 to #43 - atheistzilla
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holy **** crazyolitis, you dutch too?
where you from?
User avatar #248 to #245 - crazyolitis
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Province Utrecht, you?
#249 to #248 - atheistzilla
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Leiden fo shizzle
Leiden fo shizzle
#251 to #249 - crazyolitis
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Alright, I am from Veenendaal, but that is the most accurate I am willing to tell you.
#253 to #251 - atheistzilla
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I'm gonna hunt dat sexy ass of yours down and i WILL make bitter sweet love to it
I'm gonna hunt dat sexy ass of yours down and i WILL make bitter sweet love to it
#255 to #253 - crazyolitis
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Somebody tried that once.
Somebody tried that once.
#268 to #255 - atheistzilla
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look at my name. now look at you. now look at my name again, and again back to you.   
your vital organs have now been transformed to pulp and your ass hangs on my wall with that sweet purky butthole
look at my name. now look at you. now look at my name again, and again back to you.
your vital organs have now been transformed to pulp and your ass hangs on my wall with that sweet purky butthole
#270 to #268 - crazyolitis
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My ass's got teeth, though. So joke's on you, you will never be able to enjoy its glorious beauty.
My ass's got teeth, though. So joke's on you, you will never be able to enjoy its glorious beauty.
#278 to #270 - atheistzilla
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sucks 2 B U   
   
i enjoy quite a but of pain
sucks 2 B U

i enjoy quite a but of pain
#282 to #278 - crazyolitis
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Never told that it's a bad thing, did I?
#287 to #282 - atheistzilla
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Wel..... let's get this party started then
Wel..... let's get this party started then
#288 to #287 - crazyolitis
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Awwwww yisssss....
Awwwww yisssss....
#300 to #288 - atheistzilla
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Crazyolitis i ****** love your comments man, keep doing what you do   
i really enjoyed our conversation
Crazyolitis i ****** love your comments man, keep doing what you do
i really enjoyed our conversation


#301 to #300 - crazyolitis
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Will do, bruv. And I enjoyed this conversation as well. Things like this are one of my favourite part of FJ.
Will do, bruv. And I enjoyed this conversation as well. Things like this are one of my favourite part of FJ.
User avatar #453 to #300 - matttboyagain
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I'll take a potato chip......AND EAT IT!!!
User avatar #279 to #278 - atheistzilla
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*bit

inb4 grammar faggots
User avatar #2 to #1 - tittentei
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I fully agree. English is gramatically one of the easiest languages to learn. I also tried French, and goddamn. I mean, ****, the way French bends everything is just retardedly hard. Why the **** do they have to bend verbs? I see no logic at all behind it.
#158 to #2 - granmango
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Almost any indo-european language bends verbs, it is very important for us to understand and it is very useful, for it avoiding you to explicit the subject every time
User avatar #322 to #158 - vincetacular
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We verb-benders were a peaceful tribe.
But that all changed when the (grammatical) case-nation attacked.
#538 to #322 - anon id: 3d408e90
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You mean the Germans?
User avatar #3 to #2 - crazyolitis
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As much as I hate French, German is sometimes just pants-on-head retarded.
User avatar #33 to #3 - heartlessrobot
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Especially when it comes to changing words for the pronoun. It's like they picked it at random. Sometimes Masculine is the same as Dative, sometimes you have to pretty much spell the entire word differently.
#133 to #1 - superblade
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it easier to learn english than french because there less grammar and verb ******** in english.   
   
 form a fellow french canadian guy
it easier to learn english than french because there less grammar and verb ******** in english.

form a fellow french canadian guy
User avatar #8 to #1 - settled
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Same goes for me, even my own language is harder than English.

It's Dutch.
User avatar #9 to #8 - crazyolitis
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Mine's Dutch as well.
User avatar #10 to #9 - settled
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That's why we keep talking English now.
User avatar #11 to #10 - crazyolitis
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Good idea.
User avatar #12 to #11 - settled
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Good guy us, keep talking English so the rest of funnyjunk can follow our conversation.

User avatar #13 to #12 - crazyolitis
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Eh, more like common courtesy us. But yeah.
#17 to #13 - misterusername
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on one hand there is the fact that english is a far superior to our puny language...
but then there is our dutch pride
#121 to #17 - nandaaz
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You mean this pride?

I find english easier than dutch (my mother language) but I don't really have many problems with german. I can understand it, speak it and write it, but I'm not very good.
Spanish was difficult, but I was still able to learn it.
And then there was French. I ******* hated French and still do, every time I play a game and there are french people they INSIST on talking french instead of english the whole time, and they just suck at those games too....
I dropped french ASAP, and still wished I could have dropped it right after the first lesson instead of 2 or 3 ******* years.
#581 to #17 - settled
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Dutch pride ftw
#583 to #581 - misterusername
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User avatar #213 to #1 - kanpai
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i have had to learn 6 languages in my life total, and only speak my own and englsh

P.S. **** French,German,spanish and japanese
User avatar #194 to #1 - hangingtree
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I'm french, have been for years.
I speak it perfectly.
But yo **** french in writing.
That **** is ******* crazy.
User avatar #512 to #1 - funnyrage
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three words. Estonian and Russian
i know that together it makes five (and with this sixteen)
#123 to #1 - anon id: efe4c454
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I guess you could say that you did surrender to the english language? huh?
User avatar #124 to #123 - crazyolitis
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No. I am Dutch. Not French.
#503 to #1 - osanilevich
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French was far and away the hardest language I had to learn. Even Hebrew was easier, new alphabet and all. I think its partially because their spelling system is ******
#4 to #1 - chords
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******* this .
i taught myself japanese within a year , and next year im going to live there for a little bit . but 5 years of french from the school and i only passed because i cheated . they have like 12 different variations of words because every other word will change the way its spelt or something ******* stupid
User avatar #5 to #4 - crazyolitis
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Yeah, but it's not as bad as German.
User avatar #23 to #5 - zarallyn
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**** man, learning German was difficult
#24 to #23 - zekit
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German wasn't too bad for me at least
User avatar #97 to #23 - nagafever
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norwegian is a german-english hybrid so both of those languages were easy for me.
spanish on the other hand was slightly harder, but i learned it in a year
User avatar #376 to #97 - ilennablond
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whaaat, spanish is way easier
User avatar #452 to #376 - arandomanon
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It depends. Getting a low level in Spanish is incredibly easy, even easier than English but getting a medium level is way harder. There are a lot of irregular verbs and different conjugations.
#6 to #5 - chords
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never tried german . it got the choice of french or spanish . i learnt japanese because i like to watch anime but my reading skills are nearly as bad as a 4 year old
User avatar #7 to #6 - crazyolitis
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Better than mine.
User avatar #539 to #5 - captnnorway
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I liked German. I never had French, but how my friends described it, it looked harder. Perhaps we Norwegians have an easier time learning German consider you can pretty much guess half the words by adding a German "accent" to Norwegian words. Also, German is a very straightforward language, you just have to learn the rules. I don't know, would learn again.
#562 to #5 - adamks
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I hate German with a flaming passion. Not only is 90% of the rules completely unneccesary, it also sounds ******* horrible. **** German.
#566 to #5 - anon id: d1bf2925
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Oh god, reminds me that I have an upcoming exam.. I have to master the gender thing or Im failing
User avatar #518 to #5 - steedawwg **User deleted account**
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I always found German quite easy to learn when I did it in school.
User avatar #469 to #5 - thighhighkneesocks
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I actually find German to be the most pleasant to pick up of the languages I've learned
User avatar #468 to #5 - symustafa
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Really? I found German easier than French.
User avatar #382 to #5 - awesomescorpion
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Have you laid your hands at Dutch once? I'm Dutch, and its basically the worst parts of German and French scrambled together. Its really hard if you haven't spoken it ever since birth. Also, I'm learning German in my Dutch highschool, and it surprises me how such "neat und tidy" society would speak such a randomized and irrational language.
#169 to #5 - azinfoo
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I'm learning German in high school now and I find it pretty easy. I think it really depends on the person who's teaching it to you though.
User avatar #170 to #169 - crazyolitis
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Or how advanced it is.
User avatar #348 to #170 - drulludanni
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or what your primary language is, if your primary language is germanic German shouldnt be too hard to learn (I can even understand something in a German text without having learned anything in German) but if you have a latin based primary language learning German might be difficult but Spanish and French could be easier.
User avatar #143 to #5 - goobyman
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I am native german
get on my level
#93 to #5 - hurrdurka
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Yeah but German isn't as difficult as Russian.
#15 to #5 - gisuar
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what's so bad about it?
User avatar #41 to #15 - MatthewsGauss
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It's been 2 years since i've been in german class but mostly the 5 or 6 different versions of words for different situations like this, that, they, ya'll, ect. Also the fact that after those there is another set that you need to put into consideration the gender and past, present and future tense.
User avatar #151 to #41 - burningsmurfs
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Haha I speak with a spanish friend a lot and he tries to get me to use the past and such versions of their words and I wish I could say, no way, context ************, use it. But I dunno how to say that.
#47 to #41 - gisuar
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well i don't know what to say. since it's my mother tongue i've never noticed it could be so annoying for others trying to learn german.

tbh half of these: dieser, dieses, jenes, are never used anyway they usually just say "das da" or "das".
User avatar #49 to #47 - MatthewsGauss
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Yea my german teacher said that but he also said learn them just in case. He also told us every curse word we could think of and even some new stuff.
#50 to #49 - gisuar
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want to learn some new ones?
User avatar #51 to #50 - MatthewsGauss
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yes
#73 to #51 - gisuar
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since germans like compunds you could just combine all the words you know
here are a few that came to my mind
jude
judenbengel
drecksjude
jk
dunno what you know yet just copypasting some and translating/explaining them
Kackbratze: bratze is a term used for ugly people usually women; Arschgeburt/-gesicht/-lecker/lutscher (assborn/-face/-licker/sucker *************** you can imagine); Steckdosenbefruchter: socketfertilizer; Sohn einer blutpissenden Hafenhure: son of a bloodpissing harborwhore; Spermarutsche: spermslide; Evolutionsbremse: hard to translate word by word but something along being an evolutonary hindrance; Gabbafotze: somekindoffasthardcoretechnomusiccunt; Homo-Fürst der Finsternis: gaylord of darkness; Fickfehler: literally *********** but more like a **** gone wrong
Arschgeficktes Eichhörnchen: ********** squirrel; Puffgezeugte Arschgeburt: assborn conceived in a whorehouse; Fettgondel: gondola made out of fat
Hodenkobolt: testiculargoblin; Schleim-scheissende-Bambus-Kröte: mucus pooping bamboo (living there not made out of it) toad; Perückenschaf: wigsheep; Bumsklumpen: thudlump pretty much another word for cum or load of cum;
Kotnascher: *********** (implying the person likes eating ****); Pimmelflöte: dickflute; Nillekäs(e): male smegma; Fotzenkäse: female smegma; Schamhaarschädel: pubichairhead; Bückstück: bücken = bend over, stück = derogatory for women literally piece like piece of cattle
#89 to #73 - gisuar
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kacke is a word for **** i'd say it's the german word "crap"

as an adjective it would be kack
#75 to #73 - gisuar
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******* brake limit
#48 to #47 - gisuar
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or depending on what they are refering to they might say "der" or "die"
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User avatar #118 to #5 - spartusee
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I think Deutch is easy.
#266 to #118 - itsuckedbeinganon
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Deutsch*
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oops
User avatar #391 to #4 - xolotyl **User deleted account**
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How many hours per day did you study Japanese to learn the language in only 1 year?
#392 to #391 - chords
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when ever i had nothing to do . i spend most of my days playing league of legends and and that time i was also programming java so when ever i wasnt doing that , i was learning Japanese
User avatar #394 to #392 - xolotyl **User deleted account**
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I only ask because I studied it for 4 years in college and spent at least a couple hours each day and still don't feel like I know the language completely
#396 to #394 - chords
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i know how you feel . i felt the same way when i got the hang of it . but i have a friend on the internet whos japanese . speaking it to someone who understands it would probably help , though not everyone can do that
User avatar #145 to #4 - kingsombra
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How did you teach it yourself? Been teaching myself for a while now, but I'd like to know if there are other ways than mine.
#147 to #145 - chords
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i saw an add in my local newspaper that said japanese lessons , so i went there took the basic lessons , and then i got a couple books from the library
User avatar #150 to #147 - kingsombra
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Do you know the jouyou kanji?
#155 to #150 - chords
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a little bit , but i focused more on speaking/reading because my hand writing is horrible
User avatar #157 to #155 - kingsombra
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Understandable. Kanji in my opinion is retarded, but I have to learn it.
Any tips for someone who's self-learning japanese?
#328 to #157 - chords
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oh and one more tip i just remembered . once learning on a certain topic , find an anime or visual novel with the same topic . like for example you learnt some food in japanese , watch Ben-to since its an anime about food .
this helps alot since it adds context
User avatar #330 to #328 - kingsombra
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That's a great tip, thanks
#159 to #157 - chords
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a lot of revision . keep writting the phrase over and over again so you wont forget it . also try getting the spoken version of what your saying , like someone speaking it , and wright down notes on that aswell
User avatar #161 to #159 - kingsombra
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Thanks!
#14 - thechosentroll
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English is hard? ************, it took less time to learn proper English than learn how to properly speak my own ******* language.
User avatar #20 to #14 - Riukanojutsu
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which is?
User avatar #22 to #20 - erebosstatic
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Trollish
User avatar #179 to #20 - thechosentroll
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Bulgarian. This **** is a nightmare to learn. The 9 tenses and the fact that stressing the wrong syllable can change the meaning of some words aside, it's still a bitch and a half due to how old the language is. This **** predates english. Instead of a set of grammar rules like in English, you end up with several sets, each having a metric ******* of exceptions. Even the exceptions have exceptions, which oddly still don't follow the rule. It's ludicrous.
User avatar #547 to #179 - kolsinder
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Sounds to me like you've just described essentially any Slavic language.
User avatar #532 to #179 - tanabata
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To be fair, no one speaks Bulgarian properly anymore. I can see the language being replaced by Turkish in less than a century.
User avatar #437 to #179 - dkkhafif
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try and learn portuguese, i dare you.
#589 to #437 - anon id: 3d408e90
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Try Finnish, I dare you, I double ******* dare you!
User avatar #211 to #179 - Riukanojutsu
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sounds a bit like french.
User avatar #212 to #211 - thechosentroll
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Pretty much.
User avatar #100 to #20 - nagafever
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feng shui
User avatar #31 to #20 - heartlessrobot
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Probably Welsh.
#312 to #14 - Nickutodeath
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English isn't hard to learn in the sense of speaking it. It's the hardest language to ******* make sense out of.
#317 to #312 - vincetacular
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The hardest to make sense out of? Do you even Finnish?
and if you really want to be amazed: You need to login to view this link
I know that you mean the tenses. "Would have been" and similar things are hard to use correctly for non native speakers
User avatar #496 to #317 - olioh
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User avatar #588 to #496 - vincetacular
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I am still learning Finnish and no expert at all but my friend said this list isn't even complete (he says there should also be -kohan- ?)

Finnish sure is crazy.
User avatar #590 to #588 - olioh
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well you can see in the end it says "Finnish: And now the plural forms... " so yeah, its not complete.
User avatar #591 to #590 - vincetacular
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Yeah but I think he meant that even the singular forms, 261 of them, are not a complete list.
#540 to #496 - captnnorway
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**** I haven't laughed so hard in a while
**** I haven't laughed so hard in a while
#347 to #14 - docspleeny
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Rella <3
Rella <3
User avatar #57 to #14 - threeeighteen
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That's a magnificent mane of hair.
User avatar #71 - swagbro
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English is a ****** language, french is way classier
User avatar #464 to #71 - mathematics
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swagbro, are you jbgotswag's alt account?
but i agree, Anglais est trop facile, et il n'a pas plus do culture que Français

i'm anglophone quebecois, not french
User avatar #489 to #71 - zacch
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You mean the international language of surrender?
#329 to #71 - anon id: 3d408e90
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If you think talking like you have a baguette in your ass is classy then ok, go ahead.
#508 to #71 - andranadu
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Hopefully this is a good time to use this.
#577 to #71 - anon id: 06ec8a5a
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Eat **** you cheese eating surrender monkey.....wait a minute...

Oh for ***** sake he WANTS us to thumb him down.
User avatar #428 to #71 - furiousmarshmellow
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I sure hope that "trolling" of yours compensates for your small penis.
User avatar #585 to #428 - siremarshmallow
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Ohai.
User avatar #586 to #585 - furiousmarshmellow
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My wealthier brother!
#527 to #71 - gharshi
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>swagbro
>Level -210 Comment: developing wizard powers
>people taking the bait

its not even the trolls that piss me off anymore, it's the retarded 10 year old funnyjunkers who thumb this ****** down
#576 to #527 - swagbro
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gg
gg
User avatar #85 to #71 - helenwheels
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He said in English.
User avatar #91 to #85 - swagbro
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I only used language so you plebs would understand
User avatar #126 to #91 - helenwheels
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Because no one gives a **** about french.
#474 to #126 - pkrbarmovie
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You got destroyed, fagot. Don't cry about it. Pleb.
User avatar #490 to #474 - swagbro
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LVl -400 here i come you fools
#230 to #91 - anon id: 9ae7a03d
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Hoe **** *****. You got burnt!
User avatar #335 to #91 - starzero
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Go ahead, write it in french. I dare you, and don't you go all google translate on my ass. I'm from Quebec, borned and raised (not bel air).
User avatar #389 to #335 - awesomescorpion
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"L'anglais est une langue de merde, la langue française est beaucoup plus chic."

I'm dutch, to be honest, and I learned french a couple years back in highschool. Just my attempt.
User avatar #360 to #335 - swagbro
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I don't cater to your need
#25 - mbasm
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The reason that English is the best language in the world is that the sentence "The teachings the priest had had had had no effect on him" Makes complete sense
User avatar #78 to #25 - skumbaner
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Just because it is technically correct doesnt mean it makes complete sense
User avatar #28 to #25 - hadrian
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except technically there should be a comma in the middle of those
User avatar #38 to #28 - kevinipples
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no there shouldn't. they would both have to be independent clauses for that
#66 to #38 - anon id: e1621436
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You're thinking of semicolons.
User avatar #186 to #25 - xgreenmaidenx
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Yeah it's not like one of the other 1000s languageses have sentences that repeat the same word over and over and over again. No that it's imposible, only in English. Only


I'm begin sarcastic if you didn't notice.
#216 to #186 - sanguinesolitude
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dude he isn't saying English is literally the only language that repeats words, god why are you so stupid.


sarcasm ignored
User avatar #275 to #25 - GoldenLotus
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Well yeah, but only after some commas.
User avatar #306 to #25 - tippidyt
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Get on the german level!
Nach dem Stutzen des Rhabarber-barbara-bar-barbaren-barts geht der Rhabarber-barbara-bar-barbaren-bart-barbier meist mit den Rhabarber-barbara-bar-barbaren in die Rhabarber-barbara-bar, um mit den Rhabarber-barbara-bar-barbaren von Rhabarber-barbaras herrlichem Rhabarberkuchen zu essen.
#319 to #25 - therealsupanova
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not without commas it doesn't
#463 to #25 - eddymatagallos
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Spanish one: "Como como? Como como como."

(What are you saying?) How do I eat? I eat, like I (always) eat.
User avatar #27 to #25 - loomiss
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Will Smith will smith.
User avatar #37 to #27 - sonicthefast
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Smith Will Smith will smith will.
User avatar #115 to #25 - newforomador
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My favorite is this. With correct punctuation "James, while John had had "had", had had "had had"; "had had" had had a better effect on the teacher."
#129 to #25 - rakoom
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Reposted from broorb:

Oh, you want fun?

You want to know what English can do?

Try this on for size, big boy.

Bill and Ben were both asked to write about their weekend.
Bill wrote, "I had had an icecream before I had left the house."
Ben wrote, "I had an icecream before I had left the house."

Bill, where Ben had had "had", had had "had had". "Had had" had been the right answer.

Or, without grammar:

Bill where Ben had had had had had had had had had had been the right answer
User avatar #290 to #129 - quasatranquility
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Or even longer:

James, while John had had "had", had had "had had";"had had" had had a better effect on the teacher.
#189 to #129 - broorb
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*ducks head* appreciated, kid
#201 to #189 - rakoom
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Credit given where credit is due.
User avatar #30 to #25 - sanguinesolitude
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i like "Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo"
User avatar #195 to #30 - mitchr
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#197 to #195 - sanguinesolitude
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For those who do understand
For those who do understand
#459 to #197 - ultimatefusion
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That means saying it, would be something like this:
"Dude, look that Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo"
#215 to #195 - playerdous
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I did not know buffalo was a verb.
User avatar #219 to #215 - sanguinesolitude
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i buffaloed your mom into having sex with me through a combination of tequila shots and verbiose musings on the condition of her bodacious posterior.
User avatar #222 to #219 - playerdous
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I didn't need an example I was being honest I didn't know and now I do.
User avatar #229 to #222 - sanguinesolitude
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Never fear, the example was complimentary, your mother more than paid for my services already.

i dont have troll colored text
User avatar #421 to #215 - mitchr
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Nobody knew buffalo was a verb.
#274 to #30 - dross
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"Buffalo bison that other Buffalo bison bully, themselves bully Buffalo bison."

Glad we got that sorted out.
User avatar #196 to #30 - BCfUnNyJuNkIe
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how does this make sense though?
User avatar #198 to #196 - sanguinesolitude
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see slightly below you
User avatar #217 to #198 - BCfUnNyJuNkIe
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Ah ok thanks, didnt see that when i commented
#55 - thqp
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English hard? try Finnish...
#101 to #55 - anon id: a94fe18a
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More finnish.

Tapaan sinut-I'll meet you/Tapan sinut-I'll kill you
siili-hedgehog/silli-herring
Tuli-fire/Tuuli-wind/Tulli-customs
Kivi-stone/Kiivi-Kiwi
Puro-creek/Puuro-porridge

Just to name a few
User avatar #366 to #55 - timmity
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well you`d know depending on context, there are things like this is a lot of laungages and i think they make them easier to learn
User avatar #413 to #366 - viperish
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Not really, no. It just makes it more confusing.
#405 to #55 - anon id: 1c5de21d
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kuusi palaa

six pieces of the moon spruce (that are on fire) return
#209 to #55 - theplatypusbill
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Fukken saved

Also, mile-long words as a result of conjugating them instead of just adding another word in front of it
#59 to #55 - heroicvenom
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wut?
User avatar #61 to #55 - razthough
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Is this why you learn swedish?
#162 to #61 - areandara
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no, finnish-speaking people learn swedish because swedish is the second official language of Finland. mfw having lived in finland my whole life and still can't speak finnish properly
no, finnish-speaking people learn swedish because swedish is the second official language of Finland. mfw having lived in finland my whole life and still can't speak finnish properly
User avatar #372 to #162 - timmity
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same here with irish, ireland second laungauage, the most useless every, only around 20 000 people speak irish as their first laungage versus 1.4 billion manderin, which is tought in some schools, guess which one i would prefer? irish has genitive cases and fudas and **** i cant pronounce and **** that looks nothing like carr means car but pronounced che-ayr
#285 to #55 - dross
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On second thought, let us not go to Finland. 'Tis a silly place.
#69 to #55 - albertjester
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Comment Picture
User avatar #262 to #69 - computor
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koirasi, koirani, koiransa, koiramme, koiranne, koiraani, koiraasi, koiraansa, koiraamme, koiraanne, koirassani, koirassasi, koirassansa, koirassamme, koirassanne, koirastani, koirastasi, koirastansa, koirastamme, koirastanne, koirallani, koirallasi, koirallansa, koirallamme, koirallanne, koiranani, koiranasi, koiranansa, koiranamme, koirananne, koirakseni, koiraksesi, koiraksensa, koiraksemme, koiraksenne, koirattani, koirattasi, koirattansa, koirattamme, koirattanne, koirineni, koirinesi, koirinensa, koirinemme, koirinenne, koirakaan, koirankaan, koiraakaan, koirassakaan, koirastakaan, koiraankaan, koirallakaan, koiraltakaan, koirallekaan, koiranakaan, koiraksikaan, koirattakaan, koirineenkaan, koirinkaan, koirako, koiranko, koiraako, koirassako, koirastako, koiraanko, koirallako, koiraltako, koiralleko, koiranako, koiraksiko, koirattako, koirineenko, koirinko, koirasikaan, koiranikaan, koiransakaan, koirammekaan, koirannekaan, koiraanikaan, koiraasikaan, koiraansakaan, koiraammekaan, koiraannekaan, koirassanikaan, koirassasikaan, koirassansakaan, koirassammekaan, koirassannekaan, koirastanikaan, koirastasikaan, koirastansakaan, koirastammekaan, koirastannekaan, koirallanikaan, koirallasikaan, koirallansakaan, koirallammekaan, koirallannekaan, koirananikaan, koiranasikaan, koiranansakaan, koiranammekaan, koiranannekaan, koiraksenikaan, koiraksesikaan, koiraksensakaan, koiraksemmekaan, koiraksennekaan, koirattanikaan, koirattasikaan, koirattansakaan, koirattammekaan, koirattannekaan, koirinenikaan, koirinesikaan, koirinensakaan, koirinemmekaan, koirinennekaan, koirasiko, koiraniko, koiransako, koirammeko....
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.... koiranneko, koiraaniko, koiraasiko, koiraansako, koiraammeko, koiraanneko, koirassaniko, koirassasiko, koirassansako, koirassammeko, koirassanneko, koirastaniko, koirastasiko, koirastansako, koirastammeko, koirastanneko, koirallaniko, koirallasiko, koirallansako, koirallammeko, koirallanneko, koirananiko, koiranasiko, koiranansako, koiranammeko, koirananneko, koirakseniko, koiraksesiko, koiraksensako, koiraksemmeko, koiraksenneko, koirattaniko, koirattasiko, koirattansako, koirattammeko, koirattanneko, koirineniko, koirinesiko, koirinensako, koirinemmeko, koirinenneko, koirasikaanko, koiranikaanko, koiransakaanko, koirammekaanko, koirannekaanko, koiraanikaanko, koiraasikaanko, koiraansakaanko, koiraammekaanko, koiraannekaanko, koirassanikaanko, koirassasikaanko, koirassansakaanko, koirassammekaanko, koirassannekaanko, koirastanikaanko, koirastasikaanko, koirastansakaanko, koirastammekaanko, koirastannekaanko, koirallanikaanko, koirallasikaanko, koirallansakaanko, koirallammekaanko, koirallannekaanko, koirananikaanko, koiranasikaanko, koiranansakaanko, koiranammekaanko, koiranannekaanko, koiraksenikaanko, koiraksesikaanko, koiraksensakaanko, koiraksemmekaanko, koiraksennekaanko, koirattanikaanko, koirattasikaanko, koirattansakaanko, koirattammekaanko, koirattannekaanko, koirinenikaanko, koirinesikaanko, koirinensakaanko, koirinemmekaanko, koirinennekaanko, koirasikokaan, koiranikokaan, koiransakokaan, koirammekokaan, koirannekokaan, koiraanikokaan, koiraasikokaan, koiraansakokaan, koiraammekokaan, koiraannekokaan, koirassanikokaan, koirassasikokaan, koirassansakokaan, koirassammekokaan, koirassannekokaan, koirastanikokaan, koirastasikokaan, koirastansakokaan, koirastammekokaan, koirastannekokaan, koirallanikokaan, koirallasikokaan, koirallansakokaan, koirallammekokaan, koirallannekokaan, koirananikokaan, koiranasikokaan....
User avatar #267 to #264 - computor
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.... koiranansakokaan, koiranammekokaan, koiranannekokaan, koiraksenikokaan, koiraksesikokaan, koiraksensakokaan, koiraksemmekokaan, koiraksennekokaan, koirattanikokaan, koirattasikokaan, koirattansakokaan, koirattammekokaan, koirattannekokaan, koirinenikokaan, koirinesikokaan, koirinensakokaan, koirinemmekokaan, koirinennekokaan

There.

Goddamn finnish.
#277 to #267 - dross
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K.
#342 to #267 - philtafish
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Predictive text must be fun
User avatar #370 to #267 - PadreRasta
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Now we need the translation of each one of them
User avatar #374 to #370 - computor
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If you really want, I could do it tommorrow.
#377 to #374 - PadreRasta
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Well, I don't want, but if you feel like it, and some thumbs would be worth it, feel free to.
Well, I don't want, but if you feel like it, and some thumbs would be worth it, feel free to.
User avatar #259 to #69 - computor
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One finnish "word" is: juoksentelisimmekohammekaan?

Which translates to: I wonder if we should run around aimlessly.

We also have 14 different ways to invert different nouns.
For example: kuva, kuvan, kuvaa, kuvana, kuvaksi, kuvassa, kuvasta, kuvaan, kuvalla, kuvalta, kuvalle, kuvatta. There is also "kuvitta and kuvin", and few more.

Even regular finns have problems to learn finnish.
There also is this one thing, which one finnish guy made from the word koira (dog). They all mean sometthing else, but are proper words. I'll link it to other comment.
User avatar #87 - herecomesjohnny
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who ever said english is hard? english is the Call of Duty of languages
User avatar #207 to #87 - adrianking
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Man, that was a low blow.
#105 - pappathethird
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#165 to #105 - granmango
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just look at how lovely ancient Greek is, too
#173 to #105 - doubleac
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It's beautiful.
User avatar #247 to #105 - potrsr
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because of this **** ill fail german class this year.. so hard just to have der die das? no lets put for akusativ and nommativ so we can **** other who try to learn. And i bet you have a word for what i just wrote
User avatar #545 to #247 - Thunderrr
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Older English had Nominativ, Akkusativ etc. too. So German is basically like old English.
User avatar #563 to #545 - potrsr
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us slovens have same ****, just 6 of them. and we kind of adapted grammar from them. (language totally different). Its just hard to learn when you are forced to but not willing to :/
#461 to #247 - lemleet
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don't wanna be a grammar nazi but well yeah, i'm german so i already am a nazi and i'm gonna help educate you. the four cases are nominativ (wer-fall), dativ (wem-fall), genitiv (wessen-fall), akkusativ (wen oder was fall)

wer = who
wem = whom (in most cases)
wessen = whose
wen = who ( I lack the english skills to explain the difference between this and the other "who")
User avatar #498 to #461 - makedonski
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My German teacher was amazing, but I think this really simplifies the whole case lesson.
#324 to #105 - jjcoffee
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mfw i get told i have to take german
mfw i get told i have to take german
#401 to #105 - iwumboyouwumbo
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I can confirm that after taking German for four years in high school I can barely hold a conversation, much less understand the Articles
User avatar #546 to #105 - Thunderrr
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I've been studying German for over 2 years now and I know when to use different articles.
Only problem is the gender of the word in need of an article.
User avatar #156 to #105 - goobyman
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we also have a lot of time forms
Present, simple past, incomplete past, complete past, future 1, future 2
future 2 is like: i will have (verb, everything else)
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future 2 is like: I will have had this cookie
User avatar #573 to #519 - goobyman
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oh yeah i forgot, i think i accidentally deleted that part.

sorry mate.
#163 to #105 - granmango
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#182 to #105 - finntastic
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Fixed it.
User avatar #524 to #182 - noket
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that was really neat
User avatar #26 - jewishcommunazi
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English is probably one of the easiest languages to learn.
User avatar #36 to #26 - sonicthefast
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Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.
User avatar #125 to #26 - teoferrazzi
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it's true, but it's also the hardest to fully master.
User avatar #29 to #26 - smokedmeatlog
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No, it has one of the most amount exceptions of any language. Even the sentence structures arent the same all the time. Iv been speaking it for 18 years and am still learning new things about it.
User avatar #90 to #29 - jewishcommunazi
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Still, it's the most practical and you can easily learn the basics. At least in my opinion.
#72 to #29 - anon id: b6686694
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I speak spanish French and English and let me tell you English is a total joke, don't be offended it isn't a contest, you should be happy to speak an easy language.
User avatar #34 to #29 - Hyoukin
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Not to mention the 12 different verb tenses...
#226 to #34 - noschool
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regular tenses English is a piece of cake, 12 isn't a whole lot and if you look at a language like Spanish where the verb is different for all 6 subject cases (I, you, he/she, we' you all, they) and i thinks there is like 13 tenses, that's 78 conjugations you have to remember, 78! that's ******* crazy and that's not even counting the differences between ar and er/ir verbs along with the irregularities you have to remember. for English outside of a little change in the 3rd person which has an "s" on the end, like "he plays", it's the same across the bored, so while there may be 12 tenses, there almost always isn't a different verb form for every tense.
#149 to #34 - hairibar
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Bitch please, try to learn basque's verb tenses and then speak to me
User avatar #108 - teoferrazzi
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my desk is called susan
and she wants you to respect her life choices
User avatar #19 - Riukanojutsu
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>learning english might be hard
lel no
its one of the easiest language to learn.
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User avatar #420 to #192 - viperish
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Yeah no. Your English is so bad that I can barely understand the main points.

English being an easy language to learn has nothing to do with 'trade language' or 'base Latin'. I have no idea where you come from or what's your first language but I'm assuming it has some relation to English since you believe it's so close to every other language. Trust me that is not the case.

I can't really focus right now to give any arguments, but look into it. Seriously. You shouldn't post stuff like this unless you have some idea of how it works in reality. My guess is you only speak two languages, your own and (very bad) English.
#39 to #19 - anon id: 390e8827
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It's one of the hardest, actually.
All the ******* exceptions to grammatical laws.
#82 to #39 - anon id: 4ff988ed
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"grammar exceptions"
DO YOU KNOW WHAT FRENCH IS.
User avatar #42 to #39 - Riukanojutsu
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haha no
#94 to #19 - anon id: 2976a8bf
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ncf.idallen.com/english.html

Just read this. Read it perfectly.
User avatar #96 to #94 - Riukanojutsu
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thats real nice and all but you wont use most of these words in a casual conversation.
User avatar #477 to #94 - rifee
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Wasn't any hard.