5 Easiest Languages to Learn

  • Learning a language is no easy thing to do. With that said, there are some languages that are easier to learn than others. Hindi is extremely difficult while something like Spanish is much easier. The most important thing to remember when learning a new language is to be fully committed. Dedication will not only make it easier, but also fun at the same time. The following is a list of the easiest languages to learn.

    1. English

    English is considered easy because it has no cases, no gender, no word agreement, and arguably has a simple grammar. The language is everywhere and can be heard, absorbed and used anywhere. It has short words, and verbs change only in the third person. Native speakers are very forgiving of mistakes as so many people speak it as a second language.
  • 2. Italian Italian is also easier to learn than most languages. It has no cases, with easy clear pronunciation, its vocabulary is derived from Latin; therefore the vocabulary has congruencies throughout the Indo-European Latin influenced world.
  • 3. Spanish Spanish is one of the easiest languages to learn. Much of its vocabulary is similar to English, and written Spanish is almost completely phonetic. It is closely similar to Italian, and therefore is also easy because its grammar and pronunciation are relatively easy and like English, it’s heard almost everywhere.
  • 4. French French is not difficult to acquire since most of its words are also in the English vocabulary. The availability to use and study French also make it seem an easy language to learn.
  • 5. Esperanto Esperanto is also easy. It is written phonetically, like Spanish. It is a constructed or invented language and therefore has an advantage over natural languages when it comes to ease of learning. One disadvantage to Esperanto is the small number of speakers compared to natural languages like English, French, and Spanish. One advantage is the friendliness that people show when they find you know a language that is special to them.