disagree: it depends on what your first ( mother ) language is.if you are of Slav origin, it is not difficult to learn Czech.
it depends on grammar, pronunciation, character sets(alphabet).
I think that Greek is more difficult to learn.
Finnish is tricky too, the way they can invent new words that aren't in the dictionary. And Welsh doesn't make any sense at all.
Hmm, hard to tell as Czech is my native language...
Disagree. For English people the most difficult language to learn would be Basque.
Hi I am Alan and from Ireland. I would say that Irish-Gaelic is one of Europes most difficult languages.
I agree to a certain extent, but Polish is also a little bit har. But the most difficult languages would have to be Finnish and Hungarian, because these evolved when Khan settled in Europe and the languages are therefore related to and closely resemble Mongolian.
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