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    French, Lithuanian, Finnish.

    I like the sound of Italian sometimes, but it really annoys me other times, for whatever reason.

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    Probably Russian and Brazilian Portuguese, because of their wide variety of consonant phonemes (34-36) which make them sound rich, especially compared to rather monotonous languages like English and French.

    I also enjoy the way classic, "educated" Arab sounds (especially with a soft accent; in comparison, modern Hebrew is a disaster!), but unfortunately, like every semitic language its vocabulary and different meanings are quite poor and blurry despite all the religious propaganda you may hear about it -blame the triliteral roots!-.
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    Spanish and Japanese. Speaking either comes out as crisp, precise, and simple in terms of syntax and grammar. German holds some of these qualities but seems a bit more muddled. Less muddled than English, at least.

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    Italian and French sound beautiful to me.
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    French, Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, German

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    Quote Originally Posted by sorenx7 View Post
    French, Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, German
    Yes. My last boyfriend spoke both German (fluently) and Spanish (pretty well). It definitely added to his appeal. He sometimes switched from English to German when he was angry and I just kept thinking to myself "is it wrong if I enjoy this lol"

    French and Portuguese are also very nice, but I haven't heard much Dutch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    Yes. My last boyfriend spoke both German (fluently) and Spanish (pretty well). It definitely added to his appeal. He sometimes switched from English to German when he was angry and I just kept thinking to myself "is it wrong if I enjoy this lol"

    French and Portuguese are also very nice, but I haven't heard much Dutch.

    I find Portuguese to be very pleasant. It's the equal of French and the nasalized sounds are different, of course, but still beautiful in both languages. Spanish has more phonetic simplicity, but also is a language of great beauty. With German it depends on which accent for me. I prefer the German spoken in central Germany. My reasons for liking Dutch are so varied and complex that it would be difficult to fully explain in a post.

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    French again, and Swedish has a pleasant chop to it.

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    American English is the perfect language. I hope to be away so long that I can some day romanticize its qualities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jontherobot View Post
    American English is the perfect language. I hope to be away so long that I can some day romanticize its qualities.
    Impressive. After writing the first sentence, you travelled back in time and space to write the second one.

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