View Full Version : learning a foreign language

11-09-2012, 17:07:25
i have soo much time on my hands it's crazy. and work is not demanding at all.

so i tried to go to the swimming pool (sort of silly with so many beaches around but this one is close to home).

they asked me for a note from a dermatologist and a cardiologist.
i'm boored to do that plus i dont know if now i have to pay them little buggers.

then i can go to the gum (that hsant happened all these years why it would happen now?

so i though about learning a foreign language (besides english/french).

when i was younger i wanted to learn russian. but the appeal has slightly wore off.

i hate spanish writers. i think they have nothing in common with the greek soul. i find them boring to tears. their poets too.

i dont know what language to learn...

i have no interest in asian languages whatsoever.

although spanish does have all latin america with it besides brazil. i also find latin american writers boring.

i love the french but i already know that language. i'm talking about learning something new completely.

hmmm maybe learn swedish and be close to beautiful girls as interpretor?

but scandinavian languages sound guttural orcish like.

italian is beautiful and could be easy, love the country but dont feel a pull to learn that language.

arabic? no thanks.
german only dead

i would like to learn a long lost forgotten language, such as... babylonian.

farsi maybe.... the language of persia

something like that.

12-09-2012, 07:27:12

12-09-2012, 07:27:34
Dutch is the easiest.

jj inderdeed.

12-09-2012, 07:42:43
Turkish could be useful to know for when they invade you.

12-09-2012, 07:43:53
Finnish, just because

12-09-2012, 07:49:07
He hasn't started yet.

Resource Consumer
12-09-2012, 08:55:43
How about American?

12-09-2012, 09:58:05
fuggedaboutit, too hard!

14-09-2012, 15:47:30
i'm too bored to decide. i'll not learn anything.

14-09-2012, 15:51:24
although i did find a source of studies that teach you to create ceramic artifacts and vitro windows

Cheshire Cat
14-09-2012, 16:21:21
and Perl necklaces?

14-09-2012, 16:24:15
for shame...