is it easy to learn german?,
if i talk english will as a foreign language does it make it harder or easier to lern german?
is there a big difference in the grammars between english and german?
I think learning german is more difficult that learning english. But there isn't a big difference between english and german grammar. If you are god at german, you're good at english, so I think that if you are good at english, you'll be good at german.
If you learn seriously, it's not so difficult! Don't be afraid! (;
maybe ,i am not good at lerning language.i do not think lerning englich is easy .what is more ,ich do not think lerning gernan is easy.
to be honest as a native english speaker, who went to a swiss german school in scotland, there is not much difference in terms of difficulty. WORD ORDER is one of the things which confuses people learning german after english. As you may know, in english there are no articles, which when it comes to learning almost any other language, it can be daunting. From my point of view, scottish people find it easier to learn german than say people from england or australia due to the similarities in pronnuciation. eg. the Scottish word for a lake is Loch, which if you can pronounce that then the german word Doch will be very easy. It may be worth having a look at the scottish language and how that works then going onto german. Scottish is closer to english than german is, so its almost like a half way point.
I do not think that German is easy to learn.But if you speak English or Dutch ,it is gonna be much easier to learn.Even though German has basically a similar grammar to the English, German is a difficult language for me to learn, because German language's morphology is richer than that of English. It makes the distinction between nominative and accusative cases of three genders.There are four forms: masculine, feminine, neuter and plural. And there are four grammatical cases: nominative, genitive, dative and accusative. And they apply to all articles like definite articles (der, das, die), indefinite articles (ein, ein, eine), demonstrative articles (dieser, dieses, diese), possessive articles (mein, mein, meine), etc.But as you know, nothing is impossible.
Good luck with your studies :)
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