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Why do you learn languages
1.       Laleler
84 posts
 05 Feb 2013 Tue 11:14 pm

hangi dilleri ne amaçla öğreniyorsunuz.

iş için zevk için gezi için kültür amaçlı eş için sevgili için vs.

which languages do you learn and for what ?

for work ?, for fun ?, for tourism?, for culturel ?, for husband /sweatheart etc

hangi diller daha kolay daha zor geldi.

which languages are easy and which ones are hard

kulağa gelişi açısından beğendiğiniz diller neler beğenmedikleriniz neler.

which languages you like the way it sounds. and which ones you do not like.

öğrenmeyi zevkli bulduğunuz diller neler.

which languages you like to learn.

 

for me, i know only Turkish and English. So i learned it at school, it is international language. my university is about computer and computer needs english.

i think English is very easy to learn. i like the way it sounds. but not American English i like British English sounding. İ do not know Arabic but i think Arabic sounds good.

 

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2.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 06 Feb 2013 Wed 08:48 pm

 

Quoting Laleler

hangi dilleri ne amaçla öğreniyorsunuz.

iş için zevk için gezi için kültür amaçlı eş için sevgili için vs.

which languages do you learn and for what ?

for work ?, for fun ?, for tourism?, for culturel ?, for husband /sweatheart etc

hangi diller daha kolay daha zor geldi.

which languages are easy and which ones are hard
Hard are:  Arabic,Turkish,Japanese... Easy are:Spanish and English. But easier is Spanish(even I don´t know Spanish at all ,but it sounds so)

kulağa gelişi açısından beğendiğiniz diller neler beğenmedikleriniz neler.

which languages you like the way it sounds. and which ones you do not like.
I like American English,Turkish,Spanish and Serbian.   

öğrenmeyi zevkli bulduğunuz diller neler.

which languages you like to learn.
Turkish,Spanish,Arabic and German.

...

 

 

 

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3.       Laleler
84 posts
 06 Feb 2013 Wed 10:35 pm

thanks for your answers ,you learn too much languages wow

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4.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 08 Aug 2013 Thu 01:27 pm

 

Quoting Laleler

hangi dilleri ne amaçla öğreniyorsunuz.

iş için zevk için gezi için kültür amaçlı eş için sevgili için vs.

which languages do you learn and for what ?

for work ?, for fun ?, for tourism?, for culturel ?, for husband /sweatheart etc

hangi diller daha kolay daha zor geldi.

Turkish is very easy to learn because is a logical and somehow mathematical language; French and Romanian are hard (too many tenses of verb);  English  and Russian - at middle level (I studied English during all years of school, from primary to university; I sudied  Russian too in school for 8 years but, unfortunately my knowledges of Russian are almost zero....)

which languages are easy and which ones are hard

kulağa gelişi açısından beğendiğiniz diller neler beğenmedikleriniz neler.

I like how Turkish, French and Russian sound

which languages you like the way it sounds. and which ones you do not like.

öğrenmeyi zevkli bulduğunuz diller neler.

I am learning French because I need it for a future job.

which languages you like to learn.

 

for me, i know only Turkish and English. So i learned it at school, it is international language. my university is about computer and computer needs english.

i think English is very easy to learn. i like the way it sounds. but not American English i like British English sounding. İ do not know Arabic but i think Arabic sounds good.

 

 

 

5.       vineyards
1954 posts
 08 Aug 2013 Thu 08:02 pm

I think I would not think about learning a language just because it sounds good otherwise I would want to learn Russian, French, Irish (at least the way they speak English). I just like listening to them. Meanwhile, American English which happens to be the accent closest to the way I speak sounds horrible to many ears. (sorry for this remark)

6.       alameda
3499 posts
 08 Aug 2013 Thu 10:51 pm

 

Quoting Laleler

 

which languages do you learn and for what ?

English, Spanish, Arabic, Turkish, Greek, Japanese, French, to some extent, Italian, Portugese as they are Latin based as is Spanish. 

for work ?, for fun ?, for tourism?, for culturel ?, for husband /sweatheart etc

Mostly for work and cultural. I have lived and worked in places where these languages were spoken, so for my own defense I needed to learn to speak and understand them. 

which languages are easy and which ones are hard

French is the most difficult to me, as they don´t pronounce the whole word, they swallow most of it. 

which languages you like the way it sounds. and which ones you do not like.

They are all pretty much the same, it really depends on who is speaking them. 

which languages you like to learn.

I´d like to perfect the languages I have started. At present, I´m very basic in them. I can have some minimal degree conversation, but it would be nice to be more polished.

for me, i know only Turkish and English. So i learned it at school, it is international language. my university is about computer and computer needs english.

i think English is very easy to learn. i like the way it sounds. but not American English i like British English sounding. İ do not know Arabic but i think Arabic sounds good.

Again, there are many American accents, as there are British accents. I think it depends on who is speaking. I notice there seems to be a tendancy for many Americans to speak in a very flat manner like Marlon Brando or John Wayne. My favorite English are the Irish, Caribbean or Scotch English accents. It is unfortunate, American English seems to be getting worse everyday, it´s not only the accent, but the vocabulary as well. It seems words of one syllable dominate these days. 

 

 

 

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7.       hazzel
13 posts
 01 Nov 2013 Fri 05:56 am

To understand her:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5qeUUYWm3M

 

 

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