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English is hard because it has a large amount of etymology that is not Germanic, but Italic, Greek, and many other languages. It is hard to look at a new word and guess it's meaning by it's etymology.
Also, MASSIVE amount of irregularities. I do not know of any other language that comes close to the irregularities.
That's the case with every language, though. Even with shit like german and latin, where they make new words by just slapping two old ones together you have to know the two words that make up the new one. There's no way to get around that shit, to learn a language you have to learn a shitton of words. And as someone who's learned bulgarian, english, russian and german I'd say it's the easiest of the bunch. For starters, like I said, it lacks word genders, which is the bane of my fucking existence with german, cause you gotta add the stupid der, die, das, den, des, dennen, doner kebab or whatever in front of the words, which changes based on the tense and a bunch of other grammatical shit. At least russian and bulgarian do genders less retardedly, by sticking a letter at the end of the word - if it ends in a, it's female, if it ends in r, it's male, if it ends in o or e, it's......... I don't even know what the fuck it's called in english. Google translate says it's called a "neuter".
Then you look at russian and suddenly you wish you were learning german, cause at least that shit has grammar than makes sense and you don't have to remember 20 goddamn tenses, half of which you can hardly tell apart and I'm pretty sure russians get them right just cause they're used to saying shit in a certain way. You know you're supposed to structure the sentence in a certain way, you just don't know why. Which is also the case with bulgarian, but jacked up to 12, cause we may have gotten out of most of the tenses and a couple of the stupider letters, like the soft letter, but we ended up with grammar that's so nonsensical it's easier to just memorize the correct way to say anything than to learn the rules. It doesn't even matter if you say a sentence front to back or back to front, people'll still understand you, cause the grammar's so fucky that you can do that shit. Not to mention how quite a few people mix up the words themselves, because whether you use o or u, a or e, b or p, v or f and a bunch of other pairs of letters depends on a bunch of rules that are so annoying to keep track of that it's easier to just memorize how every single word is said. Think of it like the "e before i" shit in english, except there's 10 different pairs of letters.
Soooooo, yeah. I still stand by my statement that english is easy as hell. I find this shit easier than my native language, for fucks sake. And that's not even comparing it to the stupidly hard languages like Chinese or Finnish or Welsh or some shit.
With irregularities, you mean in verbs? Because irregular verbs in Spanish are comparable, if not larger in numbers. Also much more complex because it's irregular to all the tenses, not just the past tense.
I've always found amusing how people say "English is hard". The only explanation I've found is either they haven't passed from basic lessons on other languages or they haven't learned any other languages whatsoever other than English. My friend calls English the slut of languages because of how easy it is.
It's hard because it is illogical, but at the same time it is easy because it is simple.
Just few things though. It's true: pronunciation and other stuff like phrasal verbs are completely random, but the rest seems pretty logical to me. According to its rules of course, which are utterly arbitrary (maybe related to other languages, but languages don't really follow logic). Just like any other language.
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Loosely? LEONIDAS HAD A SCOTTISH ACCENT!
You should be more concerned that he is speaking English in the first place.
you ever hear a greek accent? sounds like a new yorker talking with a mouth full of butter. i'll take leoscottish any day
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