Hey guys I have a question
What Langauge do you think is the worst?
It doesn't have to just be about the way it sounds it can be absolutely anything
It's useful and is everywhere but damn is it an ugly, inconsistent piece of mess
No grace, no identity, only a bunch of grub mixed together that got really really widespread
I just really don't like Turkish or Arabic. Plz don't suicide bomb me.
Mandarin is gross. Dutch freaks me out because it sounds like gibberish spoken with an American accent.
Both of you dumbshits are wrong, because Old English, Old Frisian, and Old Saxon are north sea west germanic. They all come from Proto germanic, it's not like one of them developed from another modern day language.
I cant stand hearing those languages, especially French. Like 90% of French speaking people sound fucking retarded. Like literally retarded.
Heard a French Canadian pronounce Labatt Blue as La-ba boue
Whatever the fuck those subhuman in Indonesia speak. I visited Jakarta once and learned the local language there. There is no past tense way to say things in an articulated manner, so you have to say stupid shit like "yesterday I go to store" and it sounds ugly as fuck. One the other hand it is easy to learn, but then again so is Spanish and that shit makes perfect sense and flows nicely.
As a Ukrainian, the lullaby sounds annoy me.
Its also irritating that I can understand about 15-25% of the things they say, and some context.
And I guess the use of the Latin alphabet, and the none stop use of Z and W. Those letter are foreign to me
Same as French. Just sounds retarded to my ears.
>Romance Language speakers who think their languages are on an entirely different planet of grammatical complexity than English
Arabic has more grammatical complexity than your nigger brute Latin, English speakers can learn your languages easier than most and vice versa because they are extremely similar, get some perspective and stop hating yourselves.
Pearl is definitely a worst language as no one ever managed to write anything worthy with it and it is impossible to read anyway.
I like most of the other Slavic languages, but I can't stand the other two South Slavic languages. In fact, I can't even stand the northeastern dialects of Slovene because they're already transitional to Serbocroatian. But I can't really explain what I hate about them - is it the relatively simple stress placement? The ijekavian reflex on one hand and terrible falling pitch of Serbian and Bosnian speech? The lack of Western loanwords in their speech and the presence of Turkish ones? The dark L? The vocative case? The assigning of different genders and cases to familiar nouns? The horribly mangled Bulgarian Latin alphabet? Or is it simply the presence of so many of their migrants in my city and my resentment thus has no linguistic cause but totally ulterior ones? THINK WITH ME, /INT/.