which is more difficult turkish or russian?
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Havw experience with learning russian and that is really a difficult language to learn0
They both sound nearly as difficult as each other.
With Russian, you have to learn the Cyrillic alphabet to be able to read or write, which has a few more letters than English I believe and also has a 'sound modifier' or two.
I don't have much experience with Turkish myself, but a friend of mine who is studying it is having quite a bit of difficulty learning it. Of course, your mileage may vary depending on where you're from, what languages you already know, how you learn it, etc.
russian is more difficult. i can speak turkish and believe me its not that hard
You mean getting one to sleep with you, or the language?
Turkish. . .
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