Q. What’s the easiest language to learn?

What’s the easiest language to learn?






May, 2021

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  • virgiliofultz

    This is such a hard question to answer. I’ve tried learning so many from a language courses Kent-based company and each one has its pros and cons. For instance, German felt quite easy at first because it’s so structured and rules-based. If you know the rules, then you can’t go wrong. However, I find it really hard to remember the gender of each word. That’s why I was pleasantly surprised to find out that Estonian has no genders or articles at all.
    Generally speaking, the closer a language is to your own or one that you already know fluently, the easier it will be to learn. Someone who is fluent in Croatian, for example, will have an easier time when it comes to learning Slovenian. Ultimately, though, it takes hard work, dedication, and many hours of practice to learn any language. You can book some language lessons by visiting Kent Adult Education.


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“Welcome to the company! We’re looking forward to be working with you. Do your best!” Few years back, you were just the “young, dumb, broke high school kid” in town. Now you’re aiming for a better status.
You passed with flying colors. Your extra-curricular activities and academics were well-balanced. You thought you’re cream of the crop ready for the real world. Readied for your first interview, you said, “I can do this!”
Several months passed, your hard work paid off. Your pride goes up; conflicts rise; resignation follows. You reflected, “Where did the flying colors go?” They said that you can’t land on a good company or a job with a reasonable compensation if your records are not impressive. Thus, you are expected to give your best in everything. Be the best without losing your character. In the real world, flying colours don’t mean anything as grades don’t define you – attitude does!

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