That cat reacted just like I would have.
Languages ranked from easiest to hardest for English speakers - Infographic found here.
We got ourselves in deep here
I would have thought Korean would have been fairly easy or medium. Written Korean does NOT rely on Chinese characters, that’s the old very high formal korean (for like legal or religious writing). There are only around 13 symbols to learn (I know, I know, my Korean friends always say there are more, but come on, like 5 of them are just two of the other symbols mashed together and make the same sound as those two symbols mashed together).
The sentence structure is different, yes, but not too much so.
Also, Chinese- difficult yes, but they don’t conjugate verbs, for which I truly love them. You just add a word if you’re speaking in past tense or whatever. And the tones aren’t that hard- you learn them when you learn the word, it’s more like a subtle difference in pronunciation than just “here is the word, say it wrong you call you mom a donkey”. It’s Levi-Osa, not Levi-osA~
… guess which two languages I studied in College?
Yeah I’m studying Korean now. Not that difficult ~
I didn’t really find spoken Japanese all that hard to pick up. Korean has been a little more difficult, but I am working on it.
snow snow snow~
gahhh she is so pretty, and her eyes…I just want to eat her up TwT