French or japanese.
which one is easy to learn.?
Asked by Simi, 14 Jun '12 05:52 pm
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Learning Japanese is comparatively difficult. Learning French is not so difficult and for those who know Portuguese or Spanish, it is much easier.Answered by Francisco, 14 Jun '12 06:55 pm
English vocabulary is 60% French, so you can imagine how easy would it be to learn French (The same alphabet, similar: grammatical forms, sounds, etc.). Japanese has brand new concepts from its scripts (Hiragana, katakana and Kanji) to its grammatical structures that aren't compatible with Arabic or English.Answered by LIPSIKA, 14 Jun '12 05:55 pm
It is not important that which one is easy but it is important that which one is more useful for you.Answered by ajay, 14 Jun '12 05:55 pm
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French would be easier to learn due to concet paradigm. There is no spelling in Japanese. There are characters for each word. It's not based on spelling. Since Hindi or English languages are based on spelling, it is easier to learn a language, whose logic is already used by you in use of another language.Answered by manish varma, 14 Jun '12 06:31 pm
FrenchAnswered by rajan, 14 Jun '12 06:07 pm
FrenchAnswered by ala, 14 Jun '12 05:56 pm