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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    python? that's not a real language, and besides i dont want to communicate with snakes
    No, that would be parseltongue.
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    Spanish, French and Danish.
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    French and Persian.
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    (Original post by serah.exe)
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    I think Korean sounds very beautiful and smooth so it's lovely to hear.
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    Gonna be biased here, Japanese <3
    It flows smoothly and I feel emotion in the speaker of it, such as anger (unlike french speakers, who still speak gently even when angered haha)
    And it has to be spoken in a higher pitch so I guess it sounds cute too...
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    I have a pretty broad musical taste, so my playlist is made up of a fair few different languages. A few notable entries: my family language, Punjabi, usually in the form of poetry recitals of famous medieval saints; Gaelic Irish, especially as it's sung in traditional folk and lullabies - think Toora Loora and Taim Sinte ar do Thuamba; Farsi, again usually in a traditional folk style; Arabic, anything from pop to jazz to qasidahs and mawlids. Out of those I'd say my favourite is either Farsi or Arabic, I plan to learn them both at some point.

    I also think Old English can sound cool as hell, especially in this particular style: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjlxzXO1L1M (Tolken based Rohirric on Old English fwiw, so it's essentially the same thing).
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    Italian, Argentine Spanish and Lebanese Arabic.
    Oh not to forget Elvish and High Valyrian of course.
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    French.
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    personally i find french really joli (only french will understand) but i want to exceed in life and learn another langegae, what langauge do u think i should learn?
    i've considered korean, japanese, spanish, mexican, or saudi arabianese. which is most gramatically easy and beautiful do you think?
    Welsh wrth gwrs
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    Deutsch ist echt schoen wenn man eine gute Aussprache hat
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    Classical Sanskrit.
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    "Saudi arabianese"...wtf
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    Italian is very charming, Japanese flows well and also French you could read a shopping list in French and it would sound like poetry.
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    But seriously, I thin German is cool.
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    klingon
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    Turkish, Portuguese, Cantonese, Welsh and Russian.
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    (Original post by jmwrighty777)
    tell us that when you've heard a terrorist full on scream allahu akbar
    relax mate
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    (Original post by samiquick)
    I think Korean sounds very beautiful and smooth so it's lovely to hear.
    Indeed
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    (Original post by Carpe Diem Jay)
    relax mate
    good point tho
 
 
 
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