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Which language should i learn at college next year?

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I'm seriously thinking about learning a foreign language next year, but i am unsure which language would be the most beneficial language to learn? I already know quite a bit of Spanish, plus a lit… Read More
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
I'm seriously thinking about learning a foreign language next year, but i am unsure which language would be the most beneficial language to learn?

I already know quite a bit of Spanish, plus a little Japanese and Cantonese.

Here is a list of languages i'm considering doing a course in:

Mandarin <---- Tried learning this through self study, but found it really hard!
Spanish<------ I already have an intermediate understanding of this.
Japanese <--- I'm really tempted to learn this.
Italian
Arabic
French

So, which language do u guys think is the best to learn? Your advice would be most welcome :) Thanx!
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Russian if i had option.

Basically root language of rest of eastern europe.
Can get by with russian in most countries. - and hot women.
#2
one of the bottom three
banned#3
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#4
vibeone
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#5
French, it's the easiest :)
#6
Mandarin. One of (if not the most) spoken languages in the world. There's a big demand for Mandarin speakers at the moment as well due to business in China.
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DEALofaLifetime
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#8
Programming i presume. I think Cantonese would be easier......
#9
Indian, then you can talk to me when my mobile plays up.
#10
I personally would love to learn Arabic I studied Islamic politics at post grad level last year and tried to take some Arabic lessons at night time but gave up it is an incredibly difficult language to learn
good luck in your choice only you know which is best for you
#11
skusey
Indian, then you can talk to me when my mobile plays up.


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#12
Arabic or Mandarin would be the most beneficial - most speakers in the world. I'd be tempted to go with Mandarin, but thats just because I love China. Now you've brought up Arabic I'm quite interested. At my school we got the option of French or German. Took both at GCSE, neither at A-Level. Hopefully I can learn Mandarin, or possibly Arabic now, at uni or later in life.
#13
DEALofaLifetime
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#14
baffledsalmon
Mandarin. One of (if not the most) spoken languages in the world. There's a big demand for Mandarin speakers at the moment as well due to business in China.


Believe it or not there are more people in china who speak English then in UK. Both China and India have English as a second or in some cases first langauge and most business is done in English. I would suggest a european or a middle eastern langauge where people do not bother learning English.
#15
Do they still teach Rubbish in college?
#16
livingthelife07
French, it's the easiest :)


really ? If there was one thing i wished I'd stuck at at school & that was French, couldn't stand it at school, keep telling my kids to stick at french.
#17
french so u can chat up the sexy french gyal
#18
Surely a lot depends on what you are going to do with it once completed, I don't see the point in learning a language for the sake of it unless you are going to use the skill.
#19
dont learn cantonese lol
#20
richp
really ? If there was one thing i wished I'd stuck at at school & that was French, couldn't stand it at school, keep telling my kids to stick at french.


Was for me, I done it at school & got a GCSE B in it :thumbsup:
#21
Mellow Yellow
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banned#22
I'm keen on learning Mandarin myself but have never found the motivation to do it. Seen a lot of IT jobs in China requiring local language skills and there's big money involved.
#23
日本語 ftw
#24
Mclovin
Russian if i had option.

Basically root language of rest of eastern europe.
Can get by with russian in most countries. - and hot women.



Envy you getting by in Russian as i often go places like Lithuania & Ukraine & would love to know how to speak to the most beautiful women in the world without saying " excuse me, do you speak English " ? :thumbsup:

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