It’s true that languages that share a common root with your own native tongue are easier to learn. Being a native English speaker (obviously), I’ve found Spanish and French quite easy to pick up. However, others might prove a bit of a challenge. Here are some that I hope I never have the need to learn …
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If you ever found German difficult, with its four cases, then you might not want to try Russian. Not only does it have a different alphabet (with 33 letters), but six cases. Plus three genders.