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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    honestly I am shocked by how many people said German, lol. what an ugly language. I like Spanish and Italian.
    Ah, I like the way German sounds.
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    I think French is beautiful.
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    English in certain accents would completely bother me, I hate to say. Say if I met someone who spoke English with a very heavy French accent loudly. I wouldn't be able to cope!

    English spoken with a soft British or Irish accent is wonderful. It connotes to me a certain reserve or restraint.

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    Hebrew is amazing to me. I love the way it flows off the tongue and those awesome gutturals make things interesting. It's also pretty easy to pronounce compared with a lot of languages.
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    ^ Hebrew sounds like you're summoning a demon.

    Anyway, back to the OP: Norwegian. (Doesn't seem that hard to learn, either.)

    Hate French, hate Spanish (maybe because the majority of people in the US speak it as a first language and I get tired of hearing it), but Italian's not bad.

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    French. They speak a lot less louder and softer than germans. Its pretty relaxing.
    English. You can say a damn lot there, with only a few words. The metaphorical character of the english language is Ne paradise. Plus it just sounds cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    French. They speak a lot less louder and softer than germans. Its pretty relaxing.
    English. You can say a damn lot there, with only a few words. The metaphorical character of the english language is Ne paradise. Plus it just sounds cool.
    applies to both: Try not leaving a tip. you'll see if they're a soft spoken people then.
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    I love the way Scottish Gaelic sounds, but weirdly not Irish Gaelic or Welsh. Problematic, because as far as Celtic languages go, it's much easier to find Irish Gaelic and Welsh materials (and native speakers to practice with). Ulp.

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    I like the sound of Italian.

    Korean sounds really whiny and effeminate to me (even when guys speak it).
    German sounds really masculine and harsh to me.

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    Portugese and Italian are beautiful to me.

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