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Which Language Should You Learn To Speak?


Since you’re already fluent in English AND sarcasm.

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Which Language Should You Learn To Speak?

  1. You got: French

    Félicitations! You’re a hopeless romantic, and you’re going to sound even sweeter whispering sweet nothings into your cherie’s ear in the language of love. The best thing about learning French is going to Paris to practice, so learn enough vocab and you’ll be munching croissants and cafe au lait bientôt.

  2. You got: German

    Wir gratulieren! You should spend some time immersing yourself in the language of the Rhine, if only because visiting Berlin is really amazing. Well, not only that: After the .com domain, those websites ending with .de are the most populous. Your practical capabilities make utilitarian German the perfect language for you. Prost!

  3. You got: Italian

    Congratulazioni! Your love of adventure (and pasta) make Italy the perfect place for you to study the language of romance. Before you know it, you’ll be flitting down the streets of Florence holding hands with an attractive stranger. Yep, that’s how it works when you learn Italian. Buona fortuna!

  4. You got: Spanish

    Felicitaciones! You should set your sights on becoming fluent in the world’s third most-spoken language (400 million people speak it). By 2050, the U.S .will be the largest Spanish-speaking country. Not only will you up your employment opportunities, you can outshine all your friends who can only remember “dondé está el baño?” from Spanish 202. Buena suerte!

  5. You got: Chinese

    祝贺您! More and more high schools are offering Mandarin these days, and as it’s the most-spoken language in the world, you’d be smart to start studying. In many ways, Mandarin Chinese is actually much easier to learn than European languages: There’s no subject-verb agreement, no plurals, no conjugations, and no tenses. Whether’s it’s business-related or just for personal enrichment, Chinese would be a worthy way to challenge yourself. You can do it!

  6. You got: Arabic

    Arabic is the official language of over 20 countries, and there are well over 300 million native speakers of the language. Few Westerners attempt to learn Arabic, so studying it can really set you apart when it comes to professional and education opportunities. حظا سعيدا!


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