Top Languages That I (Darthvadern) Wants to Learn

darthvadern
I personally love language learning and languages. It's among my favourite subjects ever so I thought of making this list. With that being said here is the list.
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The Top Ten

1 Lithuanian Lithuanian

Most of you probably know that I am a swedish TheTopTens user but less of you know that I am also half-lithuanian. Despite this I only know a few words in lithuanian while being fluent in swedish. I've heard spoken lithuanian and I love it. It should then be quite obvious why this is #1 on my list. I'm half-lithuanian and the language itself is such a nice and chill language. It's also one of the oldest and most conservative indo-european languages ever, som say older than greek! Obviously this is #1 for me. - darthvadern

2 Russian Russian Russia, known as the "Russian Federation", was formed on Dec 25, 1991. It is located mainly in Asia, while a portion of it remains in Europe. The capital and largest city is Moscow, followed by Saint Petersburg in terms of population. The country primarily speaks Russian, a Slavic language. ...read more.

The russian language makes a close second on my personal self-moderated list for somewhat similar reasons to lithuanian because I love it. The cyrillic alphabet I'm a big fan of and it's probably the sexiest language in my personal opinion. Most people say french is the language of love. I say russian is. It's just such a good-sounding language that flows so well. - darthvadern

I’m learning this! - oceanbreezetheawesomewarrior

3 Esperanto Esperanto

Esperanto is the language that I am currently studying first before going on with more complex languages. It's without a doubt the easiest language ever, being an artificial language created by one of my biggest idols of all time, Dr. Ludwig Lejzer Zamenhof, also known as Doktoro Esperanto in the esperantist language. It's one of the most flexible languages ever and everything actually makes sense. Not to mention that you can take any substantive (for example) and make it into an adjective by replacing the last letter "o" with "a". Such as "gusto", which means taste. In an adjective form, "gusta", it means something that tastes. One of the most fun languages ever. - darthvadern

4 Turkish Turkish Turkey, officially the Republic of Turkey, is a transcontinental country in Eurasia, mainly in Anatolia in Western Asia, with a smaller portion on the Balkan peninsula in Southeast Europe. Turkey is bordered by eight countries with Greece and Bulgaria to the northwest; Georgia to the northeast; Armenia, ...read more.

I've always been a big fan of turkic culture and languages and it all began with "turkish delight" from Narnia which I thoguht just looked so delicious and ever since I've associated every word that has something to do with "turk" with turkish delight. Good days. The first turkic language on my list is currently turkish because it is the biggest of the turkic languages and I haven't heard the other ones as much. But seriously this language is so unique and just sounds awesome! - darthvadern

5 Persian Persian Iran, also known as Persia, officially the Islamic Republic of Iran, is a sovereign state in Western Asia. The capital city is Teheran and the major city is also Tehran. The country's official language is Persian. ...read more.

Persian, or farsi if you prefer is another language that like turkish, I've originally grew to love because the swedish word for it, "persiska" sounds so juicy and almost like the peachfruit in swedish and thus I've associated persian with juicy fruits. And it's not just because of that I want to learn the language, it does also sounds awesome! So unique and soft in my opinion. - darthvadern

6 French French France, officially the French Republic, is a sovereign state comprising territory in western Europe and several overseas regions and territories. The European part of France, called metropolitan France, extends from the Mediterranean Sea to the English Channel and the North Sea, and from the Rhine to ...read more.

In school I currently study french as a third language and while I'm not a fan of any language taught in swedish schools (french, spanish, german), I do think french is pretty good. While there are so many grammar exceptions, it does sound awesome when spoken I must give it that. My one problem with it is that it sometimes sounds so arrogant which bothers me but when spoken by right person it can sound gorgeous! - darthvadern

7 Latvian Latvian Latvia, officially the Republic of Latvia, is a country in the Baltic region of Northern Europe, one of the three Baltic states.

Lithuanian and latvian are the two last surviving baltic languages in the world. Yeah it's crazy. As a result, I not only want to learn lithuanian, but also our brother in the north, latvian. It's less conservative than lithuanian as it has borrowed more loanwords and it honestly sounds like a mix between estonian and lithuanian so I'm a somewhat bigger fan of lithuanian but I really want to learn latvian as well. - darthvadern

Learning Latvian would be pretty cool! - oceanbreezetheawesomewarrior

8 Japanese Japanese Japan is an island country in East Asia in the Pacific Ocean. It lies off the eastern coast of the Asia Mainland (east of China, Korea, Russia) and stretching from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and near Taiwan in the southwest. ...read more.

I'm not a fan of east asian languages to be honest. I don't know why, they never just sorta catched my interests. Except for japanese. This language is so soft and nice to listen to which makes me like it, very much but because I watch a lot of Sword Art Online and some other animes, I would really like to know this language so I can understand what they are saying in the animes, in the original language. So yeah. - darthvadern

9 Bulgarian Bulgarian

Bulgarian is a southeast slavic language and from what I've heard it's the easiest slavic language to most. It's not only why I feel like learning it though because like most languages on this list, I also think it sounds just downright awesome. It's similar to russian but less aggressive if you know what I mean and it just sounds great. - darthvadern

10 German German Germany was formally united in 1871 under the initiative of Bismarck with King Wilhelm of Prussia as emperor. The previous 'Holy Roman Empire', basically a continuation of the empire of Charlemagne/Karl der Grosse was dissolved in 1806. ...read more.

I used to study german in school until the middle of 7th grade when I felt like I wanted to switch to french instead. I don't regret it but that doesn't mean I do not like german at all. Because in my opinion I think it's one badass language. I don't know why I just think it sounds pretty cool. - darthvadern

I'm learning this language at my school - ElSherlock

I'm taking this at school. It's good. - DarkBoi-X