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English is the third largest language in the world, is West Germanic and is closely related to German and Dutch. The language though has been heavily influenced by French, Norse, and Latin and was developed over the course of 1,400 years. English can be a bit harder to learn just because it has a relatively free word order, complex syntax, and a ton of auxiliary verbs.
Danish is considered one of the harder languages to learn due to the speaking patterns. It is spoken rather quickly but softly, is monotonous and flatter than English. However, by taking Danish lessons on grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, you can learn all of the core words, phrases, and sentences rather easily. The idea here is to be patient with learning how to softly speak the language.
Spanish is one of the “western romance” languages that originated out of Castile, Spain. Millions of individuals speak it, making it the second most spoken language. It is primarily derived from Latin and Ancient Greek. It is a relatively easy language to learn because of its Latin roots. It is one of the six official languages of the United Nations and used numerous International Organizations.
French is considered one of the easiest languages to learn for those who are Native English Speakers. French has Latin roots and thus shares thousands of cognate words, meaning there are a ton of words that sound the same and have the same meanings to them. The sentence structure and grammar of French is simpler than English. French is important to learn if you are traveling to the 29 countries that have it as an official language (60 countries speak it in total).
Learn German through our independent and simple system. From grammar tables, to example sentences, to interactive exercises, you will be presented with an overview of all basic German words, phrases, expressions, and syntax. Keep in mind that patience is required with German as there is unusual grammar structure and absurdly long words, however, it’s not too hard to learn.
Although Japanese has been built up to be a “hard” language to learn, it actually isn’t. In a lot of ways it is easier as sounds are easier due to there only being five and you don’t need to learn the pronouns of inanimate objects. Here at Justlearn, you will be guided through the new grammatical structures and characters so that you can begin the process of learning the essentials and basics of Japanese.
Portuguese is the sixth most common language in the world, with over 208 million speaking it. Learning it is rather easy for those who are already a native English speaker as the language is structure for sentences is simpler than English. The accent is not difficult to pick up and it is quite common to American English. You will be guided through grammar, pronunciation, expressions, and more.
Whether you are looking to travel to an Arabic country, are planning on chatting with foreign friends, or are just plain interested in learning the language, Justlearn has you covered. Our website will help you learn Arabic quickly, from core words, expressions and phrases to full sentences which will allow you to hold full conversations.