What's The Hardest Language To Learn ?
American English! Didnt I jus answer this? =X
Most English speakers say its Chinese, considering the Chinese alphabet consist of like over a hundred characters, but I don't know.
I think its Swahilian.
probly the language of the mole men of south wales. too much dart chittering for me to keep up with...that or Bachi
Chinese because just by pronouncing a word differently, the word can have completely different meanings and i heard that there are more than like 200 letters in the Chinese alphabet.
This is a list of the oldest known written languages: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_languages_by_first_written_accounts#Before_1000_BCI'd assume any of them to be quite hard ;P
Navajo. Their language is so fundamentally different it was used during WWII to transmit coded military messages by radio. The code was never cracked by the enemy.
I heard English is, because we have the most exceptions you our rules, and a lot of slang.
Actually it's English!! You wouldn't expect it but since we have all the different ways to pronounce words it makes it the most complicated.
I would imagine ancient Greek, Aramaic & Chinese.
English from what if heard.