I speak English of course but I speak fluent Spanish too. I really, really want to learn Vietnamese because it's one of the most popular languages in Texas & it could come in handy in my future career.
My school only offers Chinese(I love the way it sounds) & Japanese and I'm looking into the graduate schools I hope to apply to and most only teach Chinese, Japanese and one of them Korean.
Which is easiest? Chinese, Vietnamese or Japanese?
Also, is French easy for someone who speaks Spanish? My bffl is Hispanic(speaks fluent Spanish) but struggled with it...lol
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Korean is easy. You can learn how to read/write hangul in like one hour, but I think Chinese and Japanese are probably more useful so you may want to go with one of those. If you are a fluent Spanish speaker I think you will have an easier time with pronunciation for Japanese and maybe Korean. Actually, it really depends on how you are with languages. Some people just have an incredible ability to pick up languages easily while others struggle. Then your interest level also helps. I know some people who have learned okay Korean just from watching k-dramas and such, and I don't think that would have happened if their interest didn't fuel their ability to pick up the language.1