Worst Languages in the WorldWhen you hear someone speaking an odd foreign language in the street you feel like laughing, but which is the worst and most useless language in the world.
Actually, I think Chinese is a cool language. I just don't like the way it sounds. I always wanted to go to Taiwan and this may be useful to speak to the locals, but, then again, a lot of people in Taiwan speak English, as well. I don't want your "Ni Hao Yao Ming" comments on this site. It's racist and it sickens me. Also, Japanese should not be on the list.
I don't know why we HAVE this list! This is really insulting people who have studied languages for YEARS and are being judged by people who just go online and see which thing is the best. This list is horrible, and I think it is really unjust to insult people's languages, when there are some people trying to teach children how to speak them!
Chinese just sounds horrible, especially when groups of people are talking (actually shouting) together, it sounds like dogs barking.
There is nothing emotional and expressive about it as a conversation typically involves throwing 2 or 3 nouns at each other, spliced with an adjective. Verbs aren't really used. The 'action' is inferred only. When a verb becomes neceesary, it's always 'have' or 'go.' So you don't 'watch' a movie in Chinese, you 'go to' a movie.
On the upside, with a language that has been broken down into its bare minimum on componants, learning it takes about six months (with regular practice.)
Chinese is stereotyped as sounding like "ching chong"... but it actually does sound like that. Chinese is also a tonal language, so it's not a good language for expressing emotions, all you can do is raise or lower your voice, which is what Chinese speakers tend to do... a lot. Chinese is simply a loud, harsh, unpleasant language.
Don't kid yourselves, Hindi is a really ugly language. Almost every consonant (and vowel) is pronounced in an unaesthetic and sloppy way. You guys need to fix your language. Make it sound crisper and it will be fine. Also, so what if it "spans cultures and dialects"? That doesn't take away from the fact that it is an absolutely ugly language. It's definitely not a graceful language. The sounds of the language remind one of the dirtiness of some places in India.
Indians themselves are the only people with the power to fix their language. So if you want Hindi off this list, make it sound more beautiful. Languages can change.
Just disgusting. The music is disgusting. Zee T.V. and all of it's variants is annoying. Every female singer sounds like they are singing the same song over and over. The fact that they draw lines through the middle of all their words is annoying. Even when a new language is learnt, then Indian accent and head bubbling is annoying.
Hindi speaking ruins the essence of Urdu which are often mixed up by people. Hindi pronounces a Z letter as a J. And a "Sh" with a "S" and it just sounds off. Imagine if their Bollywood films were like this but no because even singers like Lata, Kumar etc have learned Urdu pronunciation well so "Hindi" movies and songs can be understood by Urdu speakers. Reality is that Hindi is different from that, listen to Jana gana mana lol that is Hindi. Complete opposite of Urdu.
Hindi is not a language but a piece of 500 years old linguistic mixture. there are languages in india which are there for 5000+ years and still being spoken. if you see most of the hindi speaking indians are either dirty or illiterates. since most of the politicians in the initial stages of the indian constitution were from north india belt, they made their language with some importance and thus hindi people think as if they are sole proprietors of this country's linguistic business!
the fact is that hindi people find it so hard to get educated and learn english and hence ask the other people of the country to learn hindi! lol this is what will be resulted when barbarians are given a chance to rule
Italian is the most melodic language in the world. It is rich in sound and keeps evolving with the times.. It inebriated the senses, if one appreciates poetry. Those of you who consider this most alluring, entrancing of the Romance languages mediocre, do not know what you are talking about. It is the language of love and romance... No other can compare. It is soft, not harsh... No guttural sounds. Do not be confused by the different dialects your ear picks up... Listen to the pure Italian... It will transport you to heaven on earth. Nonetheless, it is not an easy language to learn. Those who do not speak the language are under the impression that it is easy since every letter is pronounced as seen. It is the grammar that will trip you up. So many exceptions... Once you master the language, you will want to speak it as much as possible... Amore e ciao.
To all you saying that Italian is the world's language, just need to understand Italian language is obsolete, bro trust me, try to learn something in Italian and you'll realize it's completely dumb like learning an absolute dead language like latin. Now everything is in English and better use British. Never start to learn this dumb language only used in the back kitchens of some pizzas or others Italian restaurants, only Italian people speak Italian language, never find any Italian word in the most advanced fields like new technologies, nano, biotech, genetics... The world is managed by a prevalent language named English. But if you want to play an actor as mafia guy, ok, you'll just look a loser.
As a Romanian person who lives in Italy I can agree with the idea that this language is just horrible. As much as you might think it's actually "cute" or so, when you'll see how it actually is... it's just annoying to listen.Also people think it's melodic and I don't consider it to be anyway close to that. Going a bit off from this subject Their organization is the worst I've ever seen. The only thing I like is the environment and nothing more. Sorry to all the Italians, but this is what a foreigner thinks about your country & language.
Not knowing really Italian, I have found the people there not friendly and welcoming at all. Never ready to help. They are not a formal people who like to be introduced to you and they also never value politeness. Never saying Hi, hello, enjoy, thanks... Just "What do u want" like you are a kid, will get you very very far in Rome, Milan. They also speak very loudly and never tend to get in your personal space when talking. They are not a quiet but ever boisterous people. Impolite and uninformal won't get you far.
Arabic is my first language (although I'm better at English, to be honest), and reading some of these rude and hurtful comments, I feel like CRYING. They kept on saying how it's the language of terrorists and people who got to Hell, and these awful and mean stereotypes are so wrong...I don't know where to begin!
I'm only a little girl, but you people are making me feel that I'm so awful I should go commit suicide or be slaughtered or something! Yes, there are children who know this language! Yes, INNOCENT CHILDREN, and imagine how they'd react after reading this. I'm not kidding, saying this to someone about their language and religion will prompt them to kill themselves! I know this site is about sharing opinions, but not tarnishing others' beliefs! There are billions of Muslims out there, and VERY FEW are actually terrorists. I may be one, and even I am ashamed about what they done at 9/11! We Muslims would never, EVER dream of doing this and we hate the people who did those ...more
Yes there are Muslim terrorists, but most and I mean MOST Muslims are wonderful people. Don't let your racism spread to the kids. When a Muslim commits a terrorist attack, I do not immediately think: "Oh, it's the terrorist Muslims again, because when ever there is a school shooting in the U.S, I do not immediately think that the school shooting (which in the U.S are done by predominantly Straight White Males)"Oh, It's the disgusting Straight White Males." ". Because Arabs, Straight White Men, and most of the people Rest of the World, are wonderful people. Let's stop identity politics, because they are driving the world into a hole it cannot pull its head out of, a dirty toxic hole.
I have met very nice Arabic speakers, they're very friendly as people. That said, sorry but I just dislike the way Arabic sounds.
Arabic is my fourth languages after English, to be frank with you Arabic language is little complicated, however, I am fond of Arabic because of its complicity. Also, do you know that in the world only this language may use 2 parts of the brain during the learning, besides it helps to think faster if you do not believe me you may find scientistic posts about learning Arabic benefits. Please, give a try to learn arabic if it seems too hard just think as that many people failed to learn but you can do it
I find this language easy to understand. It's not a bad language. Let me give you an example. I have nothing against Spanish, but I find it sometimes difficult. The. "The" has only one meaning. It's just a word. Just learn to say it correctly, and you're fine. But "The"' in Spanish, is extremely confusing at first. It has rules. It depends if it's masculine or feminine.
M- El, los, un, unos
F- La, las, una, unas.
8 different words for a word. While in American English, it's just one word. "The". Thanks for reading.
From my experience, Americans speak so loudly. It really jars, and they're even louder when they're overseas. The sound in American movies is sometimes hard to understand but I think that's the fault of the production of movies, not the actors.
Has no twist to it, yet very convenient as a second language for connecting with people worldwide, although not a nice language to have as a first language, its just bland.
EXCUSE ME! Let us get some clarifications.
First, all of you, do not judge a language by its sound, words, or people who say it. These happen as words from some languages are transferred to others.
Second, there is no HARDEST language. No biased opinions!
Third, do NOT make generalizations about people based on the way it sounds. I read all of these comments, and some might take offense to it. Respect culture, usage, and language. Don't say "these guys sound angry when they talk" without thinking about it.
Are we good now? Thank you!
I am fluent, so the complexity doesn't bother me much. Overall however, it is just a horrible sounding language. I know it's no-one's fault, but the English accent spoken by natives is even worse.
Hey, guys. Yeah. So... not that it's bad, but I wanna point out... the German word for father is 'farter'.
Either than that, it's pretty germane and sensible.
At first German sounds confusing, ugly, and over all evil, thanks to the stereotype that all Germans are horrible people because of Hitler. Germanic people would not even love there country, or reveal their flag until their world cup victory in 2014. It is a very weird and confusing language to a native English speaker, especially when they are 15. I will say I now think that it is so beautiful and I have fell in love with the misunderstood language, culture and people. This language has inspired me to learn as much languages as I can and has also changed the way I see the world and myself. I hope I have changed some of your minds! Gehen (go) Borussia Dortmund! Habe ein super tag! (Have a great day! )
German is my native language, English is my second language. You see how fluently I speak your language? I can speak it fluently because I committed to it, hell, I stayed in America for 6 weeks to help with the learning process. We have three common words for the, Der for masculine words, das for neuter words, and die for feminine words, you have three different ways of saying the in your language, and you can't even write down those three different ways, you have the, the, and the, but they are all spelled "the", that is really confusing if you aren't a native speaker. the is used for titles, the is the general use word, and the is a slang word. And your pathetic slang, maybe German is hard for you to learn because you already speak English incorrectly? And throat disease? Are you serious? It's normal for us, I guess our accents (by the way, the Anglos and the Saxons came from our Aryan race) are too "weird" for you. Guess what pal, the English came from Deutschland in search of ...more
Let's get something straight. Old English does NOT mean Shakespeare English or King James Bible English. Shakespeare could not understand Old English. The term "Old English" does NOT mean "English that is old"; it refers to the language that English originated from, which is often called "Anglo-Saxon", as it was spoken by the Angles and the Saxons. Shakespeare spoke early modern English, which was spoken many hundreds of years after Old English had died. If you want to see Old English, Google an untranslated version of Beowulf.
Please educate yourselves.
Haha shakespeare isn't old English! He transformed the English language! You should read works by christopher marlowe who wrote dr faustus, who was a peer and rival of shakespeare. both lived at the same time but wrote in completely different ways. Now marlowe is old English. shakespeare invented over 2000 words including crocodile! In fact tolkein who was a professor of anglo saxon at oxford hated shakespeare because he thought he ruined the English language.
When I was in 9th grade, my class had to translate Romeo and Juliet into normal English. I normally make As, but the only reason why I passed is because I got help. Only then did I realize that Shakespeare's style was incredibly stupid. Romeo and Juliet was the worst idea ever!
I wouldn't have anything against if not for the fact that some people still insist to put its words on modern English leaving you with a weird face when you encounter "the, thither, whither, hither". Just move on idiot, those words are dead. just like your dreams
I could not be happier to find people who share my sentiment. I think French is such a pompous, arrogant language. When "vegetables" is pronounced with 4 syllables instead of 3, it makes me wanna rip my hair out! I personally think Italian is much prettier than French!
The most hideous language ever, looks and sounds inaccurate. The accent drags out words making them sound more ridiculous and sassy.
This language is dumb. Might be great for "Poetry's and articles" and that dramatic stuff. But it's functionality? ITS TERRIBLE. Bro trust me, try to learn something in French (like physics, or maths) and you will realize it's completely dumb. I'm sad that I'm learning such subjects in this stupid language. Like how do you expect me to grow up when EVERYTHING IS IN English. To all who say that French is the world's language (as I see some uneducated fools bragging with that) Get here. You must be living under a rock. Start by the world's popular business, "Technology" Did you see any "French" invention? No, just no. They have nothing. Absolutely nothing. (Then stupid poetry, and some little inventions in the medicine field) why the hell do you waste your time learning it then? Look if you want to learn it for business reasons. Don't EVER DO THAT TERRIBLE MISTAKE ON YOUR LIFE. And put your valuable time on mastering English. (Especially British English. American English isn't really a ...more
There are words in French that do not translate into any other language that explicitly express situation of love. For example. Retrouvailles: the feeling you get when you see someone after a long physical separation. Surely one of the less annoying language.
And when saying that 40% of French words are English, you must learn that it's the contrary, 40% (even 45% depending of sources) of English words have French origins. With around 80,000 words, and here we count only words imported directly from French. By searching correctly, you will find these facts on internet.
All the rest is just voting French annoying language because of uncultivated way of acting.
While it's true english had words derivated from this langauge and 5 languages have evolved from it, none of the 5 languages (exception is romanian because it's the natal language and I know it) are langauges I wanna learn unfortunately. At least not now.
Soulless and dead language. I took a class back in high school and kicked it after roughly a month. I don't get people who want to learn it in high school instead of Spanish or French, especially for reasons like "it's logical" or "it's the mother of all languages". If you don't intend to study history or medicine it's absolutely pointless.
Only 1 in 5 words in English come from Latin, as it is 29% Latin. Know the facts before posting things that are not true. English is 56% Germanic, not Latin.
It's a dead language. Why would you waste your time on learning it! Those kids that stress over Latin at school are idiots.
Tamil is unpleasant to the ear. It is not a language one can easily relate to. Most Tamil people now speak slang which is a terrible adulteration of a language - often with swear words spoken in bad taste. Many literary works in Tamil have been recognised and taught in Indian schools today, unfortunately not the same quality exists today. Tamil movie songs sound like noise. Being half Tamil myself I feel embarrassed when a Tamil person speaks of Tamil as though no other language exists in this world. People from tamilnadu must be more welcoming to other Indian states and stop being narrow minded.
B.S., it definitely sounds pleasant and the flow of their words is amazingly sweet. Those who heard tamil and criticize it, must have heard those dumb scumbags from Chennai speaking it. Listen to actual tamil audios, scriptures and hymns & get your perspectives changed. This is the mother language for Malayalam and I can tell you, this is one sound indian language you cannot despise.
It is very old and great languages in the world, if we go through history we can understand easily. So we have to give first place always in the world for Tamil languages olny. Everyone has to be proud to be give first place to Tamil. Who speaks Tamil in the world like Tamilnadu in India, Tamileelam in srilanka, Singapore, malaysiya, malathivu etc.
We have to encourage to others to learn Tamil.
Quite frankly, the harshest sounding language in the world. The Tamil language is an abomination to all other spoken languages in the world. A dog howling at the moon or a donkey braying sounds musical compared to listening to Tamil
Korean writing system is very easy to learn. It is brilliant. Korean as a spoken language isn't tonal like Chinese so that makes it much easier than Chinese. The fact that Korea has very high literacy says something about Korean being a good language. Korean is pleasant to listen to.
The problem I have had learning Korean is just me. For some reason I have trouble with it.
Everything sounds so weird, and instead of separate consonants, everything seems to be stringed into one word. They also have to add these suffixes to everything. Practically everyone's name has "Kim" or "Un" in it. Instead of stuff like "ham yung bin chow", it's more like "hamyungbinchow-un". It sounds unpleasent too. They also speak very quick, and I am not fond of their "K-pop". Japan's Japanese J-pop is much better.
Seriously I don't understand how anyone could like Korean language.
It sounds harsh, rude, and angry not to mention super whinny.
I feel like slapping them every time I hear them. And they have no manner and don't really mind their environment when they talk with this barbaric language. So annoying
I think Korean sounds annoying, it seems harsh and masculine. I hate how they drag the vowels; a's, o's and e's. It's so hard to listen to K-pop can hardly make out each word, the words don't have an individual sound its like strung together.
The best word to describe Hungarian is gurgling, but not the pleasant river-like gurgling -more like the kind of a sound you'd hear a frog make before choking on its own saliva. The language also has an annoying, whining tone to it, and that makes it sound like the people speaking it would be constantly complaining. Hungarian speakers tend to spit a lot while speaking too, and that's really not a miracle considering all the frog-like croaks they have to produce all day long. Hungarian is a lot worse than Finnish or Korean or the other languages rated higher on this list - just try sitting in a bus full of gurgling and whining Hungarian speakers, and see if you come back sane.
Whether it is or isn't beautiful I don't know.
Hard to learn for sure, just like maths.
But it's one of the most logical languages out there, which can assimilate and conjugate any word even foreign ones. Good, clean grammar with little to no exceptions. It pronounces letters differently which doesn't help the foreigners who try to learn it.
It is praised by foreign linguists like; George Bernard Shaw, Ove Berglund and Jakob Grimm in case you don't believe me.
FYI: 90% of the bad reviews are coming directly from south of the Hungarian border. :^)
As far as I am concerned? All Slavic languages are positively ugly... Exception; Romanian, which is a close cousin of Italian... All Asian languages are just as ugly... French may sound sophisticated but it sounds as harsh and barbaric as German... Japanese is scary-sounding and Chinese gives me the creeps... Then again, I am very one-sided... Forza Italia.
Hungarian is one of the most beautiful languages in the world... And for the Hungarian, it is the most beautiful of all languages... Sad to see a lack of civility and common courtesy on this post...
Chinese is already on the list and to the normal person, there is no difference between the two, when Chinese is actually 2-3 different languages and Mandarin is the "official" language of the country.
The grammar is actually common sense and is not hard to pick up on
The characters are near impossible and the tones are hard, but really, with practice it gets quite easy.
Didn't realize there's a specific Mandarin option. As mentioned in the Chinese option, it has terrible structure, no base letters to form words and very unrefined altogether. It sounds horrible to the ears as well.
Yes definitely Mandarin. Terrible in every way. You can't even speak in Mandarin (or Chinese for that matter) without looking like an imbecile, an idiot or an unlikeable person. Plus you con't really type quickly in Chinese (in general) either.
OK, honestly Cantonese sounds harsher.
But both are much too hard. However, it doesn't sound like "Ching Chong Chin Chan". I speak a bit of Mandarin. Enough to understand some conversations, but I can hardly read and write it.
The best word to describe Swedish is gurgling, but not the pleasant river-like gurgling -more like the kind of a sound you'd hear a frog make before choking on its own saliva. The language also has an annoying, whining tone to it, and that makes it sound like the people speaking it would be constantly complaining. Swedish speakers tend to spit a lot while speaking too, and that's really not a miracle considering all the frog-like croaks they have to produce all day long. Swedish is a lot worse than Finnish or Korean or the other languages rated higher on this list - just try sitting in a bus full of gurgling and whining Swedish speakers, and see if you come back sane.
Indeed! I am 1/4 Swedish and I can agree----it's pretty worthless. My cousin R studied it extensively and lived there for a year...when she got back to the states she thought she was God. Unless you're into Abba and shopping at Ikea, I can't think of any place such language would come in handy. I'm proud to say that my majority of ancestry comes from England and Wales. I would visit those two places anytime.
An ancient leftover from danish "colonial" time, swedes have developed the manly viking language to a something that sounds like a bad musical.. Their ancestors should be turning in their graves..
Swedish has much less puns than English that you won't confuse for example orange with color or fruit.
The best word to describe Vietnamese is gurgling, but not the pleasant river-like gurgling -more like the kind of a sound you'd hear a frog make before choking on its own saliva. The language also has an annoying, whining tone to it, and that makes it sound like the people speaking it would be constantly complaining. Vietnamese speakers tend to spit a lot while speaking too, and that's really not a miracle considering all the frog-like croaks they have to produce all day long. Vietnamese is a lot worse than Finnish or Korean or the other languages rated higher on this list - just try sitting in a bus full of gurgling and whining Vietnamese speakers, and see if you come back sane.
There’s a channel on my T.V. which is channel 26-6 and everything is in Vietnamese. The language overall sounded too funny and weird.
I recently reacted terribly towards the Vietnamese because of something this Vietnamese customer did to me at work. When I served this Vietnamese customer at work, he didn't even say a single 'hi'. He continued speaking Vietnamese on his mobile which totally pissed me off. But in hindsight I now see this guy lacking the common sense to simply put his mobile away and saying hi. Like how hard would it be to excuse himself to his chat buddy that he is being served so that he can return to his phone conversation a minute later. It's shown me that manners matter a lot. If you act badly in public, it just becomes so much easier for people to form prejudices or judgements against your race no matter how inaccurate it might be.
I'm 100% Vietnamese and I must say that Viet grammars suck. Sometimes (basically all the time), when I do my homework I just can't understand my own language because the sentence is so long and confusing. It doesn't get to the point or what it trying to say. I saw others countries test paper and their sentences were short, get straight to the point, no confusing or headache trying to solve the sentence instead of the question.
Dutch is lovely. It is quite a harsh, guttural language but beautiful all the same in its own way. By the way, I am a native English speaker who is learning (or attempting to learn) Dutch. I love how you can immediately tell if a word is Dutch because it's so distinctive from other languages, like the sentence Nee, ik ben geen hoogleraar in de geschiedenis, which means 'no, I am not a professor of history'. Brilliant.
Flemish sounds very nice, the whole "Netherlandish" language is very interesting to me, but Dutch pronounciation makes the Dutch one of the most horrible language for me (maybe Arabic of Hebrew sound worse). I know that Flemish and Dutch are technically dialects of the same language, but for differences in speaking I would rather tell them apart.
I'm dutch and I hate my language, it should be at least in the top 5 ugliest languages in the world.
I wish English became our official language, everybody in the Netherlands can already speak it so why don't we stop speaking our ugly language.
I cannot consider a conservation in this language serious. In addition to seemingly consisting mainly in gargling, this incredibly ridiculous mixture of English and German wizardrously manages to make any person sound like a drunk elk.
To those who learn Klingon, please pour your time and energy into learning a real language. You could learn French and speak with a huge percentage of the world. You could learn Koine Greek and read the New Testament. You could learn Mandarin and impress everyone as you read the decorative characters at the Chinese restaurant. However, you are learning Klingon. Congratulations, you can talk to a few Star Trek geeks and nobody will understand you.
It's essentially English with a different word order and phonology. Nothing special, and odds are you won't find much in the way of conversation if you do manage to learn it.
Klingon is a waste of time, legend has it that one person wasted his time learning Klingon and failed his tests, but hey, now he can takk to fictional aliens.
I think this is the main language of South Sudan? Can someone correct me if that's wrong?
Punjabi is hilarious and an awesome language! By the way, WHO THE HELL started this list. None of the languages are ugly or "THE WORST". Every language is beautiful in their own way. Every language has its own swear words. Every language is written gracefully. Every language has beauty and grace. Every language is spoken by us. I am realyy disappointed in humanity. We have that much narrow brains to go on making a list about the worst languages in the world. As if there wasn't sadness and violence and hatred in this world already. Stop trying to make more hatred and violence and sadness. Alright?!
Uggg, it sounds like someone made this language by bashing a feral cat around by the tail inside of a barrel fire.
The only thing that can make it worse is if a high pitched young woman is talking to other high pitched young women and they get all excited about something stupid. Then it's like they are summoning Alvin and the Chipmunks.
I'm a punjabi and it's not annoying language specially abusing someone in punjabi has its own fun.
I am Punjabi and I understand most dialects like Braj Bhasha/Dogri/Hindi/Hindko and to be honest Punjabi may have many swear words and curses but it is also a very beautiful language.
The best word to describe Polish is gurgling, but not the pleasant river-like gurgling -more like the kind of a sound you'd hear a frog make before choking on its own saliva. The language also has an annoying, whining tone to it, and that makes it sound like the people speaking it would be constantly complaining. Polish speakers tend to spit a lot while speaking too, and that's really not a miracle considering all the frog-like croaks they have to produce all day long. Polish is a lot worse than Finnish or Korean or the other languages rated higher on this list - just try sitting in a bus full of gurgling and whining Polishspeakers, and see if you come back sane.
This is the worst language ever. Has no pros and only cons. It sounds very harsh and ugly, unlike Russian. It is not structured or organized well, like German or English. It is very sloppy and poorly organized. I do not know why anyone would want to speak it.
Except for the seven noun cases and the overabundance of "z"s, it's a beautiful language once you learn the phonetics and grammar and can speak fluidly (yes, fluidly, not fluently, although that is the goal).
Polish sounds like someone is talking over a lawn mower. I personally hate the way it sounds. I speak Slovak too. Slovak is very similar, but sounds so much nicer.
Bulgarian should not even be a language. It is your basic Slav language that became simple due to Greek and Tatar/Turk influences. So it became more simple because too many people that these Slavs absorbed can't speak the proper Slavic language so this is now Bulgarian.
You now try to steal Bulgarian language too. Good job my brainwashed slavo-Bulgarian friends.
A copy of Chinese language
Bulgarians are speaking a Macedonian dialect
The best word to describe Spanish is gurgling, but not the pleasant river-like gurgling -more like the kind of a sound you'd hear a frog make before choking on its own saliva. The language also has an annoying, whining tone to it, and that makes it sound like the people speaking it would be constantly complaining. Spanish speakers tend to spit a lot while speaking too, and that's really not a miracle considering all the frog-like croaks they have to produce all day long. Spanish is a lot worse than Finnish or Korean or the other languages rated higher on this list - just try sitting in a bus full of gurgling and whining Spanish speakers, and see if you come back sane.
Wow, Spanish is one of the most beautiful languages in the world! European Spanish culture (I've never been lucky enough to visit South America) is so interesting, traditional, vibrant and exciting! I'm English but I'm studying Spanish and Arabic at Univeristy. I'm shocked at the sheer ignorance and hatred of some people towards this highly passionate language and its people. To say that it is 'trashy' is pure naïvety. Every language has an idiomatic slant, but as someone who has studied formal Spanish to degree level, there is NOTHING 'trashy' about the Spanish language. I'm shocked and saddened by some of the offensive comments posted here. Learn some manners and go and get an education, for goodness sake.
The grammar is excessively formal (according to some, answering a question with just "si" or "no" is dismissive or rude), words tend to be long, word genders convey no information, sounds are limited (I suspect rolling Rs is to make up for how few sounds are used in the language) and prepositions are vague ("en" means "in" and "on". If you were considering taking Spanish, consider Latin instead, then you'll be able to get around any Romance language.
Why would anyone want to speak such a horrible language? It makes absolutely no sense! The language itself is full of unnecessary rules and pronunciation! French although not rated as such is by far the easiest language to learn and the best sounding language. French is spoken much more more around the world than Spanish and by much more of the developed world.
I don't even think that Urdu is the worse language at all I think it must be deleted for #top20.. it doesn't have more than 8 or 9 abuses.. or I am adding one thing more that it is gentlemen speaking decent language which doesn't have commen with any other language even Hindi..
I think if Urdu became the an inter-national language no can ever think abut the jackass English language whatsoever. because there is no chance of misguidance on this beautiful language it is religious language with no hurting word in it.. yeah it is lil difficult for learning the accent and grammar
I love it. its beautiful so are the people. They are simple and kind and their food is just amazing! and people who say terrorists please open your eyes and see who is the real terrorists. :/ I hate when people who know nothing act like they know everything and get fooled so easily. Anyhow Urdu is beautiful. There is no language that isn't. And there is the good and the bads everywhere so stop the being so judgy when u know nothing. And yes I am an #ArabGirl
When Muslims entered India as traders, they needed language for communication, both Hindus and Muslims of the northern India created Urdu as a derivation from Hindi and Punjabi with Arabic script.
Urdu is not a copy of Arabic idiots! Pushto is what the terrorist in Pakistan speak idiots! Urdu is just like Hindi, a beautiful language
Sounds like a pack of hyenas over a kill. Extremely irritating to hear.
So, what's the different with Tagalog?
Worst lanaguage ever, specially in cruise ships
The best word to describe Slovak is gurgling, but not the pleasant river-like gurgling -more like the kind of a sound you'd hear a frog make before choking on its own saliva. The language also has an annoying, whining tone to it, and that makes it sound like the people speaking it would be constantly complaining. Slovak speakers tend to spit a lot while speaking too, and that's really not a miracle considering all the frog-like croaks they have to produce all day long. Vietnamese is a lot worse than Finnish or Korean or the other languages rated higher on this list - just try sitting in a bus full of gurgling and whining Slovak speakers, and see if you come back sane.
Most dusgusting language in the world. Slovaks did the impossible: they stole czech language and made it even more annoying and ugly.
Worst language ever
I'm slovak and this language is hard for me enough! :D
Not a language. Only glorified by "social justice warriors" who probably wouldn't last a day in the countries in Africa, so they try to kill all of us and loot our businesses.
This is barely a language. It's like saying American English and British English are two different languages, they are not. Anyone who speaks any kind of English can understand American English, British English, AAVE. They are all one language, English. You don't take classes for AAVE. This "language" is mostly glorified by social justice warriors on tumblr who will defend anything that black people do or say even if some black person starts killing every living thing in sight (yes, social justice warriors are "against" racism by allowing dark skinned people get away with anything while shaming the light skinned for existing. No one that I know likes social justice warriors). I am not against black people, almost all that I know are completely normal people. AND NONE OF THEM THAT I KNOW SPEAK THIS "LANGUAGE".
First allow me to say that I am part black myself, but I truly abhor the way many of them, us, speak. Often I have been berated by black Americans the moment they find out I am mixed since I do not speak 'like a black person'. I despise this form of English and often cringe when I hear it. Ebonics indeed. Utter nonsense.
I love black culture, but damn, this accent/dialect is really annoying and unintelligible, fortunatelly not every black speak like that.