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  1. The second language that I learn after English is French. I want to say that French language is more difficult than English in terms of pronunciations (I'm Russian if you know). But I love it. My daddy learned it when he was a student like me now.

    Somebody says that most popular language in the world now is Chinese and I should to start to learn it. Yes, you're right. But I want to say that in my university no course of Chinese. Only two additional languages: German and French. In additional, I think that this language the most difficult in the world. Fortunately, the second popular language in the world is Japanese. And I want to say that Japanese language is my favourite. But, again, there is no course of Japanese in my university. But that not problem. Maybe I should learn this language by myself.

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    2. bzzrak

      bzzrak

      Tbh learning languages ""by yourself"" isn't really effective, especially if you actually need the language. Especially if the language is convoluted af like Chinese or Japanese. 

      Especially if especially if especially if esp if esp if 

       

       

      I'd recommend you to find a "language school" in your city. Ufa, right? It's fairly close to China IIRC so there should be at least a Chinese school and maybe Japanese too, no? 

       

      If it's for fun tho, feel free to become a weeb waste of oxygen and learn Japanese that way 

    3. Chopkinsca

      Chopkinsca

      I saw a video, but I can't remember much from it. The guy learned Japanese by watching Japanese TV shows like sitcoms. I think he was trying to make the point that just studying the translation of nouns/verbs, etc, isn't actually a great way to learn a new language. 

    4. BJ34

      BJ34

      Thx for advice

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