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February 06, 2017, 10:56:09 AM
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I would like to learn some Scandinavian language, but there are no training course for those in my country, at least there is none in my city.
Since I can only do that by myself I have chosen Finnish as it seams most easy for me. I have use some applications with word games, but I cant remember the names of those, since that was long time ago, lately I don`t have much time to get into it. Now I am only left with music and movies, so I watch Finnish movies every time I got chance for it. And since I like metal music, there is a lot of Finnish bands to listen.
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February 07, 2017, 02:11:17 PM
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Recently saw a video there says that you can learn any language in three month, i don't think that it is possible but what he say is useful, if you want to watch that video type "Ted Chris Lonsdale" on youtube

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February 07, 2017, 02:39:58 PM
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I would like to learn some Scandinavian language, but there are no training course for those in my country, at least there is none in my city.
Since I can only do that by myself I have chosen Finnish as it seams most easy for me. I have use some applications with word games, but I cant remember the names of those, since that was long time ago, lately I don`t have much time to get into it. Now I am only left with music and movies, so I watch Finnish movies every time I got chance for it. And since I like metal music, there is a lot of Finnish bands to listen.

I think that Finnish is one of the most difficult to learn of Scandinavian languages but if you know one Scandinavian language, it is much easier to learn the rest. The process of learning requires patience, discipline and time. Also some philological abilities  Smiley

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February 08, 2017, 07:02:19 PM
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If you speak English what other language do you want to learn and why, may I ask.

English is a widely spoken language in the world.
But chinese is used too much in language like spanish.
I want to learn chinese. I want to know about Chinese culture and history.

Chinese is good to learn for business, you can even get good salary job with it. It is hard to learn language like chinese, especially if you start from scratch. I recommend official schools, and it will take probably years until you master it.

Yes, learning Chinese is a bit more difficult than in other languages. Even people in different parts of China may not understand each other.
The alphabet they use is very different. Someone who is accustomed to Latin letters may find it difficult to learn Chinese letters.

But china is a very old civilization. I want to get to know this civilization more closely.

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February 09, 2017, 08:59:03 PM
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If you speak English what other language do you want to learn and why, may I ask.

English is a widely spoken language in the world.
But chinese is used too much in language like spanish.
I want to learn chinese. I want to know about Chinese culture and history.

Chinese is good to learn for business, you can even get good salary job with it. It is hard to learn language like chinese, especially if you start from scratch. I recommend official schools, and it will take probably years until you master it.

Yes, learning Chinese is a bit more difficult than in other languages. Even people in different parts of China may not understand each other.
The alphabet they use is very different. Someone who is accustomed to Latin letters may find it difficult to learn Chinese letters.

But china is a very old civilization. I want to get to know this civilization more closely.

Yes you are right about chinese language and its difficult than other languages. And i dont want to speak about difference of parts of China and not understanding. I had work with Chinese people and all i learned is to say Hello Cheesy . China have realy large history, but I am more interested in Japan. I think that Japan is more beautiful than China, but that is me Cheesy .
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February 12, 2017, 07:28:35 PM
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If you speak English what other language do you want to learn and why, may I ask.

English is a widely spoken language in the world.
But chinese is used too much in language like spanish.
I want to learn chinese. I want to know about Chinese culture and history.

Chinese is good to learn for business, you can even get good salary job with it. It is hard to learn language like chinese, especially if you start from scratch. I recommend official schools, and it will take probably years until you master it.

Yes, learning Chinese is a bit more difficult than in other languages. Even people in different parts of China may not understand each other.
The alphabet they use is very different. Someone who is accustomed to Latin letters may find it difficult to learn Chinese letters.

But china is a very old civilization. I want to get to know this civilization more closely.

Yes you are right about chinese language and its difficult than other languages. And i dont want to speak about difference of parts of China and not understanding. I had work with Chinese people and all i learned is to say Hello Cheesy . China have realy large history, but I am more interested in Japan. I think that Japan is more beautiful than China, but that is me Cheesy .

Japan has developed especially after the nagasaki incident. Japanese culture attracts me. In general, I am curious about far east countries. You all have an old history.

There are so many countries to visit and see in the world. Every country has its own history. I guess life is not enough to see it all Smiley

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February 12, 2017, 07:33:32 PM
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February 13, 2017, 08:43:18 AM
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I would like to learn some Scandinavian language, but there are no training course for those in my country, at least there is none in my city.
Since I can only do that by myself I have chosen Finnish as it seams most easy for me. I have use some applications with word games, but I cant remember the names of those, since that was long time ago, lately I don`t have much time to get into it. Now I am only left with music and movies, so I watch Finnish movies every time I got chance for it. And since I like metal music, there is a lot of Finnish bands to listen.

I think that Finnish is one of the most difficult to learn of Scandinavian languages but if you know one Scandinavian language, it is much easier to learn the rest. The process of learning requires patience, discipline and time. Also some philological abilities  Smiley

Finnish looks most easy one for me cause it seams that most words are spoken similar ways as it written (as it is case with my language: Serbian, this is maybe `cause Finland is near to Russia Cheesy so it has influence to it)
I dont think that knowing one Scandinavian language would help learning the rest since there is large difference between them. For example Swedish and Norwegian are Indo-Europian type of languages and Finish and Estonian are Uralic.
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February 13, 2017, 09:25:13 AM
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I tried to learn a  Korean language. But it is very difficult for someone who is used to the very Latin alphabet.

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February 13, 2017, 10:17:31 AM
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The best way to learn a new language is to communicate with native speakers. When you constantly hear a new language, you start to learn, to speak and to think in that language. Personally, I'am trying to read books, and even have a special application on my phone where I'am learning new words and grammar. And I am attending courses as well.
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February 13, 2017, 07:14:51 PM
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In my opinion to learn other language online Duolingo website is one the best methods.
Was trying to learn German but on some other resources. Is this one decent enough?
Learning german is really a pain in the ass. I work in Austria for a year now, but still not sure when to use der, die or das. Cheesy (I've earned language certificate like 10 years ago, but never used german after that for 9 years).
Either Austrians are really polite or you have a real innate talent. Grin Yes, to learn those I really lack patience...
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February 13, 2017, 11:05:12 PM
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Going to school is still the best way for me. Anything that has to do with websites is bad since it will cost you a damn amount of money.
Even if you go to school it will cost you a lot of money .If you are really determined to learn a language then you could find contents online where you can learn the language but you cannot perfect the language without a good tutor.
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February 14, 2017, 02:14:57 PM
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I started to learn Japanese months back. I bought Babbel app on my Android and it works very good. The app allows you to practise everywhere for example when you visit the authorities and need to wait. I have printed some free learning material from the web, too, which supports the learning.

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February 14, 2017, 03:53:38 PM
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Well the best way is to practice as much as you can. For example when I was still young I mastered English by frequenting english sites and using it alot (accompanied with some studies). Right now I'm starting German from scratch using Duolingo, and it is quiet helpful! Of course you must study as much as possible. Other than that I've tried a few other apps and books. But now I'm gonna give Rosetta Stone a try (it seems good).
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February 18, 2017, 05:41:22 AM
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Well the best way is to practice as much as you can. For example when I was still young I mastered English by frequenting english sites and using it alot (accompanied with some studies). Right now I'm starting German from scratch using Duolingo, and it is quiet helpful! Of course you must study as much as possible. Other than that I've tried a few other apps and books. But now I'm gonna give Rosetta Stone a try (it seems good).

It is possible to learn up to a certain level with applications and books. You can learn the theoretical knowledge from such sources. But in order to learn a new language, you have to be in the environment where the language is spoken. It can help you watch movies about the language you want to learn. But the best way is to go to the country where that language is spoken.

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February 18, 2017, 05:46:46 AM
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first learn bad words from language which you want to learn.
then automatically you will learn normal .
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February 18, 2017, 12:47:23 PM
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Well the best way is to practice as much as you can. For example when I was still young I mastered English by frequenting english sites and using it alot (accompanied with some studies). Right now I'm starting German from scratch using Duolingo, and it is quiet helpful! Of course you must study as much as possible. Other than that I've tried a few other apps and books. But now I'm gonna give Rosetta Stone a try (it seems good).

It is possible to learn up to a certain level with applications and books. You can learn the theoretical knowledge from such sources. But in order to learn a new language, you have to be in the environment where the language is spoken. It can help you watch movies about the language you want to learn. But the best way is to go to the country where that language is spoken.

Indeed. One should frequent the language's communities or anywhere it is spoken. Else he will have a tough time learning pronounciation, dialects and the such.
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February 19, 2017, 10:09:29 PM
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Well the best way is to practice as much as you can. For example when I was still young I mastered English by frequenting english sites and using it alot (accompanied with some studies). Right now I'm starting German from scratch using Duolingo, and it is quiet helpful! Of course you must study as much as possible. Other than that I've tried a few other apps and books. But now I'm gonna give Rosetta Stone a try (it seems good).

It is possible to learn up to a certain level with applications and books. You can learn the theoretical knowledge from such sources. But in order to learn a new language, you have to be in the environment where the language is spoken. It can help you watch movies about the language you want to learn. But the best way is to go to the country where that language is spoken.

Indeed. One should frequent the language's communities or anywhere it is spoken. Else he will have a tough time learning pronounciation, dialects and the such.

Yes, this is the fastest way to learn a language. And, you can see the video courses. There, too, you can hear the correct pronunciation of words
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February 19, 2017, 10:16:24 PM
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I can learn german language really fast because I was learning and I was best in class in 2 schools and best grades and I learn german so fast so I will soon start to learn it again because I like it.
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February 19, 2017, 11:08:29 PM
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The best is the practice.
So I learned Russian at school.
But no one spoke Russian in my region and I had no contact with Russian-speaking people.
And all the Russians I had met in Europe or worldwide wanted to speak English - so no chance for Russian.


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