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English is the easiest language for every person on earth to learn with much lesser effort when compared to other languages. And i prefer english because english is the only language which is globally accepted and most spoken! So i think english will be the easiest language to learn and speak since it's widely spoken by every nations
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There are more than 7000 languages worldwide and it seems difficult to pick the easiest languages. We should consider our future plans and think about how are we going to see ourselves in the coming years. Language learning depends on personal preferences and practical reasons to master a language. So, we shouldn't decide the easiest language simply by chance. But for me, since English is the most influential in the world so far, being essentially the mother tongue of the internet and computer technology. I can say that it is easier to learn English first before you communicate to other languages and learn them eventually. 

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I think English is the easiest language to learn since it is the most commonly spoken language.Learning English has made easy because we could find resources everywhere. We
could make use of books, dictionaries and other platforms in learning English.The rules in grammar are also less confusing than any other languages. You could also improve your own English skills on your own just by watching English movies and novels. I have learned how to use English when I was a child. It is not my primary language but I could say that my skills is improving over time.  

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Prince
 
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i think english is the easiest language to learn because gender nutral language so anyone pick easily.
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Shaw
 
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Guys! He is asking programming language! @Sergio right?
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I meant actually the regular languages, but the programming is interesting as well =)
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Shaw
 
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No language is easy to learn, this is why I always envy the person who understands 2-3 languages. After all, even for my native language test, I can only get 70-80 scores in school.
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Python is the easiest, but it is also the least valuable. I have never heard of any company that recruits programmers to know Python.
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Suzanne
 
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This would depend on your interest, of course the easiest language to learn is always your mother tongue language. If you are referring to the needs and suggestion of languages, currently most people would say English and Chinese, though we say English is the language most people can understand, Chinese Mandarin is also catching up as one of the popular language to learn. I myself have foreign friends that are better in speaking Chinese than me. We can't say per language how easy or hard it is, because there is always challenges to understand how each language works. For example, In English Math in terms of counting is easier like 1 to 10 and so on, ones you get use to that, and you start learning Chinese math, you have to remember in Chinese they have an additional term of "wan" which means ten thousand thus start the confusion, then you jump to French math, they count like 1 to 10 and once you reach 11, it's like instead of saying 11 it's 10 plus 1, so in short it really depends.
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I would probably pick English! It is very easy to learn and very helpful if you are currently working in a multicultural environment coz English is the global language of work and business.
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since your biopic tells you are a web developer, currently python is the easiest programming language. For communication language my choice would be for english and then french .

if you wound my answer to be usefull and helpfull to you , please upvote .😀

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Fact: No Language is easy to learn. ✅ I think it will depend on where one was raised plus what their interests are. It can be English for most since it is mostly or maybe all of the time included on the school curriculum. 🤔 But for some, for example Philippines, it is most likely easy for them to learn Spanish since almost every day of their lives they are using Spanish. PH history tells it all as they were conquered for 300+ years by Spaniards.  Another example, based on KPop industry, Koreans might be able to find learning Nihongo easier compared to other languages since most of the idols are required to attend Japanese classes as they promote in Japan. Or it can be also someone easily learn how to speak and write Korean, Thai, Mandarin, French, or Italian because they are simply interested to learn how to. 

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I think that besides English, Spanish is quite easy to learn and it's really useful to learn it too. You can use Spanish in a lot of countries. Spanish's grammer and vocabularies are not that hard and it just takes some time and dedication to learn how to speak SPanish. The most important thing is to Practice, Practice and PRACTICE!

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My English is very bad, but how do I learn it?

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I think it is actually no languages are easily to learn (except for our native language). Why English seems to be the easiest language to learn is merely because this language is acceptable and almost used in all over the world that almost every countries has this language in their educational system. Like in my country (Indonesia), we are introduced with English language since Kindergaten, following up to Elementary School, Junior High School, Senior High School and even higher level after that. So, we are familiar and have firm base of knowledge of this language. However, it is undeniable that English is easier language to learn than Italian, French, Spain, Dutch or even Japanese languages

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The language that is the easiest to learn is Norwegian. This may come as a surprise, but we have ranked Norwegian as the easiest language to learn for English speakers. Norwegian is a member of the Germanic family of languages — This language is just like English! This means the languages share quite a bit of vocabulary, such as the seasons vinter and sommer.

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For me the easiest language to learn is English. I, personally love learning the language. Back in my school days, i am a favorite student of my English teacher because i really showed so much interest in learning English. It is known that English is a universal language so whenever and wherever you are, you can really communicate to people by using English.  

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