What Are The Easiest Languages To Learn? Our Lists And Tips!
Just as in any other science, the most common way to start learning a language is by acquring the basis. The basis in our case are the greetings. Wheather you want to learn a new word to share with friends, or just need a quick and interesting trip to the lingustic field, go ahead and check out how to say "HI" in 10 different languages.
Привет! (Privyet) - the most common greeting you will hear between friends in Russian. Notice the softness of the language in the second part of the word.
Здравей!/Здрасти! (Zdravey/Zdrasti) - thought I should definetly share the greeting in my native language! It literally translates into "be healthy".
Cześć! (Chesch) - one of my favorites here, as it is very unlike the other languages of its family.
Merhaba! - pronounced as you read it! (with a little breathe in the "rh", but that is usually hard to do if you are not used to the language.
Hallo! (Haloo) - I should give one that is very similar to English! Don't be fooled, though, German can be extremely difficult to learn, even for a native of a related language.
こんにちは ! (konnichiwa) - a famous one here. Famous and essential!
Szia! (Sia) - no, not "see ya", but the opposite. Hungarian is a very interesting language, as it so unlike the surround European languages. Definetly worth to check.
Labas! - picked this one up in Lithuanina. Yet another rare, but very fun lingustic experience.
Cәлеметсіз бе! (Salemetsiz be) - personally very interested in this language. It is not as rare as you might think, spoken by the population of one of the world largest countries. Also, it uses the cyrillic script.
Saluton! - yes, I couldn't go without our favorite - the Esperanto language. This constructed language is filled with words of mostly latin origin and is considered very easy to learn.
I hope you had fun on our little lingustic trip, and hope you find use of the phrases!