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Language diversity
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  1. Which is the easiest language?
  2. How many speakers of the language?
  3. How important is the language?
  4. Which is the most popular language?
  5. And the list goes on...

Have you ever had those questions in your mind whenever you face the decision to learn a language? I bet you have. Well, one consideration of the easiness of a language depends much on the language that the learners have known. A Korean friend told me that it is easier to learn Chinese Mandarin than English. If we look deeply in the structure and vocabulary of Korean language, it has many more similarities with Chinese Mandarin than that in English. Moreover, Korean used Chinese characters along with the Korean characters in the past.

I found an interesting article listing top 10 languages to study including facts about each of them. There are two categories that I would like to point here.
  1. German
  2. French
  3. Spanish
  4. Mandarin
  5. Polish
  6. Arabic
  7. Cantonese
  8. Russian
  9. Japanese
  10. Portuguese
  1. Afrikaans
  2. French
  3. Spanish
  4. Dutch
  5. Norwegian
  6. Portuguese
  7. Swedish
  8. Italian
  9. Esperanto
  10. Frisian


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