Ok, Now I will talk about the title of this entry, I decided to study Italian, ¿Why?, because I saw several languages and these were my observations:
-The French has a difficult pronunciation and too much irregular verbs.
-The German doesn't have a rule for plural, the person who studies German must memorise the plural of every words.
The german words aren't similar to Spanish,
The phrase "If you know English you will learn German easily" is a myth.
The English just help you on little vocabulary words such as "House, son, cat".
But beyond that, nothing more.
-The portuguese has a grammar very similar to spanish, I never studied portuguese, but I could read a new in portuguese and understood it.
So, ¿What's the problem with portuguese?, the pronunciation.
-And finally Italian, The grammar is similar to Spanish, but is equally complex.
The pronunciation is very easy, almost equal to Spanish, obviously with few differences (Ce, ci, che, chi, gn, cci, à, è, ì, ò, ù)
Based on my observations, I chose Italian, since one week I'm studying it, I'm advancing fast, I learned the Articles, the Personal Pronouns, some basic vocabulary and now I can write basic sentences in Italian.
That was all :D
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My English level is intermediate, I can mantain conversations about familiar topics. Also I'm reading "The adventures of Sherlock Holmes" completely in English. Until now I have understood the 85%, I like to read these books, because I increase my vocabulary. Ok, Now I will talk about the title of