Hardest European Languages (My Opinion)

This is a list of 15 European languages that I consider hardest and most challenging to learn.
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Last updated: September 16, 2017
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Language
1.
Hungarian
2.
Icelandic
3.
Maltese
4.
Finnish
5.
Estonian
6.
Polish
7.
Albanian
8.
Latvian
9.
Lithuanian
10.
French
9 Comments
+3
Level 70
Sep 16, 2017
What is your nationality? I would think Russian would be much more difficult to learn than French.
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Level 64
Sep 17, 2017
or czech
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Level 74
Sep 18, 2017
My nationality is a secret. This is just my opinion. I think that French is very challenging to learn. Russian, I agree, is very hard too, but not that much. Czech isn't hard at all for me
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Level 77
Jun 25, 2019
because you're Polish
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Level 16
Jan 2, 2018
nice quiz!
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Level 65
Feb 12, 2018
Fun quiz, but i agree with queenmaeree: this kind of quiz only makes sense if we know your nationality/ native language.
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Level 44
Feb 12, 2018
I agree Maltese is a hard language to learn, we have many British nationals who have lived here since the war and still could barely say more than 5 Maltese words.
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Level 70
Oct 11, 2019
It is a Semetic Language. I have a feeling that all Semetic languages are at least a little hard to learn conpared to others (especially Arabic).
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Level 75
May 10, 2018
Pretty sure you'd find Basque quite hard to learn as well ;)