Differences between Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Spanish?
And what kind of people should choose each language?
- Anonymous8 years agoFavorite Answer
chinese jap almost same. some characters similar
french - pronunicaition spelling tough
german ; spelling different but sounds like english
spanish - avoid it but 1/3 of usa speaks it
- Anonymous8 years ago
There's no 'kind of person' who should choose a certain language. You choose a language because you love it, it will be useful or it is a requirement for something your want to do. I've learnt Chinese before, and I currently learn (and am fluent in) both French and German. If you see yourself working or travelling in Europe, then, obviously, French, German and Spanish are going to be more useful. If you'll be working or travelling in South America or parts of southern USA, then, obviously, Spanish will be more useful. If you'll be working or travelling in China, then Chinese will be more useful. If you'll be working or travelling in Japan, then, obviously, Japanese will be more useful.
- Ella :)
- 8 years ago
Strange question :^/ A person should either choose to learn a second language for the sake of enjoyment or a specific purpose, IE: a career choice and personal advancement.