I want to learn a language, but I need help/ideas to know which one I want to learn. I've tried learning Faroese but have come to the conclusion that it wasn't useful enough anywhere. I tried learning Georgian but the same thing happened, no immersion.
I would like to learn a language that has difficult sounds to mimic, upwards of 10 million speakers.
Languages that I don't want to learn: French, Thai, Japanese, Chinese(any form), Spanish, and German
Just in case you decide to stay. We have hundreds of thousands of unemployed here, so in the best case you'd end up taking a job that a Finn could have had and in worst you'll live on welfare like a parasite. Not to mention all this multiculturalism madness. Basically any foreigner is a threat to Finnish economy, culture and gene pool.
And the temperature here is -12 freedum units at the moment.
Yes, being as you should know, Faroese isn't a commonly spoken language, nor is Georgian(at all)
The thing that I did find for Georgian wasn't that good to use, it was a huge .pdf file with no audio included
I could imagine. I'm learning Danish at the moment and luckily everyone here speaks English so resources are a lot more prevalent even though the amount of speakers it has are pretty unimpressive.
Just an American staying here for as long as I'm allowed without a visa. I plan to move here though, very wonderful country. At least there are lots of cognates in Danish to make it a little easier but the pronunciation is fucking insanely difficult.