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Jairah
Japanese, mandarin, Thai or korean Just wanna ask which of those languages are faster or easier to learn?
Apr 19, 2019 12:29 AM
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I don't currently learn any of those though I wouldn't say any of those will be "easy" but I'm guessing the one you want to learn the most would be easier because you will be more motivated to learn. Do you have a favourite or do you like them equally? Do you have access to learning resources for them? Also, have you tried a bit of each one to see how you personally find it?
April 19, 2019
I agree with Casey — the one you’re motivated to learn. None of them are related to Tagalog or English. Both Japanese and Chinese will involve learning characters, whereas Korean and Thai use alphabets. Thai and Chinese have lexical tone — not a big deal if you work on it, but in practice lots of students find it daunting. On the other hand, Chinese has the most native speakers, the most resources, and probably the most usefulness. But you really need to choose what you love, because you’re going to be studying for a long time. 

April 19, 2019
한국어, in my humble opinion ^^
April 19, 2019
I've always been told that Chinese is the easiest to learn. Honestly, if you're studying Japanese you'll have to learn Kanji anyways so...if you already want to learn Chinese I would say go for that. However, Japanese and Korean are very similar grammatically so if you learn Japanese you can easily pick up Korean and vice-versa.
April 19, 2019
I had studied chinese before and now have studied japanese . But i think chinese grammar is easier more than Japanese and Thai language is different from Japanese and Chinese . But grammar didn't difficult . I think thai language difficult about writing .
April 19, 2019
Jairah
Language Skills
English, Filipino (Tagalog), Spanish
Learning Language
Spanish