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Second languages I'm looking for a new language to learn. What language should i learn??
Jul 25, 2016 3:38 PM
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Persian because it has a brilliant literature. 
July 25, 2016

It is important to learn something you will actually use, if you love Italy- learn Italian. If you cant decide which country you like the most then learn a useful language spoken by many people (eg. Mandarin, Spanish, Hindi, Arabic or Portuguese.)
It also depends what you know already, and how hard you want to try.
For instance if you want it to be easier and already know French then learn something similar (another of the Romance languages) like Italian. But if you want to challenge yourself and already studied for instance Spanish, learn something different like Japanese. 
If you still have no idea then I will also tell you how much I enjoy the languages I study/have studied. I really enjoyed Japanese when I studied it but don't do it anymore, it is very interesting and different. Or you could be completely different and study sign language or a dead language, I used to study Latin. I wasn't into Latin but that is just my opinion. I also study Russian and French, I enjoy Russian much more- but this is just my opinion.

July 25, 2016

What's the main reason you want to learn that new language?
Business? Personal interest? Showing off?

Business? Chinese is the obvious choice in that region.

Personal interest? Well, only you know. Pick that language.

Showing off? Pick a rare small area language... like maybe Faroese.

July 25, 2016
You should choose something that you are interested in and might need in the future (for example as part of your job) or something that you will get a lot of chances to use.   The languages with the most language partners on here seem to be Arabic, Portuguese, Spanish, Persian and Russian.
July 25, 2016
Arabic may be , what do you think ? i can help with that
July 25, 2016
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Esmee
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English, Spanish, Vietnamese
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English, Spanish