Top Ten Easiest Second Languages for English Speakers to Learn
I learned to speak and write Level 1 to 6 Spanish because the Filipino language has words like puede and basta, plus, these Spanish people and one of the friendliest in the world! And very religious too!
Really?! Number 1?! Spanish?! Wow. Spanish may be easy for English speakers but it's definitely not the easiest
It was easy! My kinder garden teacher said I was good at it
I actually know how to speak in Spanish.
Esperanto is easier to learn than other languages, because it is phonetically consistent: when you read something, the prononciation is always clear even if you have never seen the word before - and vice versa: you can write down every word you hear in correct orthography, even if you have never heard it before.
The grammar is strictly logical and allows you to create expressions which others will understand.
The language is dead easy to learn, with simple, straightforward grammar rules. You can reach reasonable fluency within a few months.
Designed to be regular and simple grammar. Nothing could be easier and remain a fully functional language.
This might be easier than Spanish because all you gotta do in Esperanto is pronounce words
Norwegian is easy to learn if you're fluent in English.
I have never taken German lessons, but just by seeing it on the internet I've picked up a few words. It's very similar to English in my opinion. Sometimes I can read a sentence in German and know exactly what they are talking about without actually knowing the words.
Are you kiding me German is maybe the most difficult language to learn
Because every language is hard
I think German is difficult.
A lot of the words are similar and easy to spell
I heard this is the factually easiest
Easy because it's 50% English and 50% German.
I've known Portuguese since I was born in Portugal. Very easy to learn.
I have nearly finished learning French, and it is really easy! Try it.
It's by far the nicest language to learn.
Just difficult in sound and grammar.
I learnt French at school & loved it.
Consists of twelve letters, two symbols, short words that means several things and is a part tonal language. Complete lessons exists on YT
Lol. This is a joke right? This person obviously knows little about Hawaiin. It's really hard to learn
Harder than like sinhalese probably
I didn't take much Swedish, but from what I have taken, I know that the sentence structures are the same as English. That alone makes it easier than most languages. If you've taken any German on top of that, it's even easier than if you didn't. det ar lätt
I used to say that it's easy and encourage foreigners to learn it, but now that I think about it, it's really hard and the grammar is just random, not logical.
Putting Slavic languages on this list is a joke.
Easier than a lot of languages here