Well, today I would like to tell you about another language – German which is considered the hardest language to speak fluently.
It is the most widely spoken in Austria, Switzerland. It is also the majority, but not official in Belgium and Luxembourg. The best way to get a good grasp of the German language is to take a course in a reputable and prestigious German center.
Most learning materials are laptops, dictionaries, notebooks, highlight pens. Especially, a dictionary is used to boost myvocabulary.
There are a couple of difficulties that I have to cope with when studying this language:
- First and foremost, German is a fusion language with a moderate degree of inflection. There are a vast number of words that needed to be memorized by heart.
- More importantly, similar to French, German concludes feminine and masculine nouns which are really difficult for Australian people like me to be mastered.
- Last but not least, pronunciation is totally different from English. It is such a challenge to attempt to tackle the new and confusing words. There is a bevy of sounds that even English speakers cannot acquire.
From all the above-mentioned things, when it comes to another language that I would learn, German always pops up in my mind.
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