but which European language is objectively the most powerful? I'm not talking about relevance or number of native speakers, I'm talking about its tone and feel
Spanish can sound pretty powerful.
Italian, Greek, German and Dutch as well.
But it really depends on the speaker. German and Italian can also sound very faggy. Russian and Polish sound like the speaker is about to cry. And Swedish is the faggiest of all.
I always thought Russian is cool and sexy until I started learning it
now I think it's even gayer than Czech
The sound of language depends on who's using it. Why do you both speak with whiny Russians?
>That's because it's just a simplified version of ours stained by mongols
Polaks. The people who invented everything good in the world, but then the jews stole it and mongols stained it. Oh, those damn jews and mongols! That's why Polska can't have nice things!
>I don't care what you have to say, lower form of life.
Wojak in denial. Typical
>If you can't accept the simple facts, stay shut.
What soes your fantasy escapism have to do with facts?
>have Polish flag
>"hurr Russia sux dix"
nice roleplaying Sebastian
some of us actually have worldview, not memes
uga buga go back to /polska/ wyborco pis
I presume that they are all from Kiev - but Ukraine has the smallest rate of attendance on 4chan, even than Albania I think (keep in mind the gap of population). Why isn't that site popular there?
I basically said it's not about the language per se but the one who speak it. Anyway, we can make a distinguo: Most powerful like what? The one that comfortably fills your ears the most? That would be one with lots of vowels like Finnish. The one that sounds more aggressive? That would be one with lots of guttural ugly sounds that remind you of phlegm boiling in a giant's upper throat.
Swedish, language of the vikings and like the thu'um of the north. Pure unlike the bastard language Norwegian, and strong unlike the drunken rabble that is Danish. The only right answer is Swedish.
Spanish is a language that is spoken in all South America, Spain, and In some African Countries like Guinea Ecuatorial is still spoken a lot. An there are lot of Spaniard communities all over the world. Also French and Portuguese are vey interesting too. French is spoken in Canada and is like the official language of the European Union, and Portuguese is aslo spoken in Brasil.
Ancient Greeks were pretty gay so I guess you have a point, σενπαι
well i must admit i really like the sound of Greek but i regularly don't like what they say.
is Kaczyński No.2 actually still using airplanes or is he only travelling by train like Kim Jong Il?
fucking hate him and your new government. why are polish voters so fucking stupid? inferiority complex?
i think they were more into pederasty
We need to look at objective facts about languages, and then consider what kind of fact is the most powerful. We can't simply list languages, because that will be heavily influenced by stereotypes about countries and people. We need to look at the characteristics of the languages themselves, and possibly start by finding what makes a language powerful, and then go from there to find the language that fits the criteria the best.
It's easiest to start with the sound of the language.
I think that languages that do upspeak in neutral speech should be disqualified, because that's the shape questions take in most languages so it would make you sound insecure.
What syllable structure should the language have? I think only CV is generic and boring, not something for a powerful language. But we don't want the language to be harsh either, so nothing too extreme. However, some abnormalities can make the language more interesting.
I personally think that heavily rolled Rs are really nice, but that may be subjective.
There is also information structure. Are some word orders more powerful than others?
Maybe the traits should be chosen subjectively, and then go from there to pick the language that objectively fits the best.