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#86 - otik (09/23/2012) [-]
User avatar #165 to #86 - thepastryistrue (09/23/2012) [-]
ihaveakeyboard, you made my day!
#184 to #165 - ihaveakeyboard (09/23/2012) [-]
your welcome and here is a full metal alchemist photo for you
User avatar #88 to #86 - ihaveakeyboard (09/23/2012) [-]
I have a huge folder of "this is xy it y's x"
would you be intrested in a dump?
#92 to #88 - otik (09/23/2012) [-]
just kidding do it
#90 to #88 - otik (09/23/2012) [-]
what kind of dump are we talking about?????
User avatar #93 to #90 - ihaveakeyboard (09/23/2012) [-]
the largest on record
no, but 22 photos
#115 to #101 - ianbear (09/23/2012) [-]
******* lost it, and I don't even know why!

No appropriate pics so have my favourite Pokemon one...
User avatar #116 to #115 - ihaveakeyboard (09/23/2012) [-]
That one makes me lol too, you are not alone
User avatar #121 to #119 - ihaveakeyboard (09/23/2012) [-]
why thank you sir
#114 to #86 - ihaveakeyboard (09/23/2012) [-]
and this sadly, brings it to an end
#182 to #114 - Seraff ONLINE (09/23/2012) [-]
Thanks for sharing all these awesome pics
Here is one for your collection
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#108 to #86 - ihaveakeyboard (09/23/2012) [-]
a helpful anon told me this name was made up, but idgaf
#111 to #86 - ihaveakeyboard (09/23/2012) [-]
personal favorite
User avatar #15 - thepastryistrue (09/23/2012) [-]
I find german articles ridiculously easy.
#30 to #15 - angusjoejimmy (09/23/2012) [-]
Same. German is hardly anything compared to certain languages.
User avatar #48 to #30 - thepastryistrue (09/23/2012) [-]
Yes, like declension in Finnish...
User avatar #46 to #15 - thebestperson (09/23/2012) [-]
The articles are easy. Try learning the article of each single noun in German,then we'll talk.
#49 to #46 - thepastryistrue (09/23/2012) [-]
Already done.
#51 to #49 - thebestperson (09/23/2012) [-]
Well then,teach me your ways. I've been studying German for 5 years now,I'm going to sit the C1 exam in some months and I still haven't.
Well then,teach me your ways. I've been studying German for 5 years now,I'm going to sit the C1 exam in some months and I still haven't.
#153 to #51 - thepastryistrue (09/23/2012) [-]
Alright, I have to be fair: I am German...
#172 to #153 - thebestperson (09/23/2012) [-]
You sneaky bastard....
You sneaky bastard....
#158 to #46 - raaymanx (09/23/2012) [-]
mfw german is my first language and i don't have to learn it.

and when im ze superior race
#150 - kornadth (09/23/2012) [-]
**kornadth rolled a random image posted in comment #29 at The Sad Truth. ** MFW my german is fluent
#1 - anonmaverick (09/22/2012) [-]
You know why I learned German Rammstein.
User avatar #6 to #1 - arisboch (09/23/2012) [-]
And I learned German cause my family emigrated here.
#26 to #6 - wobaba (09/23/2012) [-]
and i learned german 'cause i was born here...

so what's your point?
User avatar #35 to #26 - arisboch (09/23/2012) [-]

#191 to #35 - wobaba (09/23/2012) [-]
here, have a waving bear against your boredom
here, have a waving bear against your boredom
#239 to #191 - arisboch (10/15/2012) [-]
A thread isn't complete without RUssian Reversals!
#2 to #1 - anonmaverick (09/22/2012) [-]
Crap there should be a comma shouldent there.
User avatar #3 to #2 - hadrian (09/23/2012) [-]
No, it should be a question mark

>You know why I learned German? Rammstein
#4 to #3 - hoffmeisterh (09/23/2012) [-]
Unless he was asking Rammstein. Do you know why I learned German, Rammstein?
User avatar #5 to #4 - hadrian (09/23/2012) [-]
Yes, that is true.
#57 - zackmorris (09/23/2012) [-]
MFW people are fighting over which language is the hardest to learn.
#42 - admiralamory **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #89 to #42 - ihaveakeyboard (09/23/2012) [-]
I learned english when I was 9 months old...
and its my only language,will you look at that
User avatar #140 to #42 - logiblack (09/23/2012) [-]
I started to learn it with 9 years.
I don't say, it's a hard language.
Your argument is invalid.
User avatar #43 to #42 - arisboch (09/23/2012) [-]
И что?! Я научился русскому, когда мне было прим. 2 года! Вот, ХУЙ тебе!!!
So what?! I learned Russian, when I was 2, so go **** yourself!
#53 to #43 - anon (09/23/2012) [-]
i learned russian when i was 2 and english when i was 4 BWAHAHAHA
#55 to #53 - arisboch (09/23/2012) [-]
Пиздеееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееец!!!!! Ты герой!!!!
Holy fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck!!! You're a hero!
User avatar #81 - zakaizer (09/23/2012) [-]
Even though German is the most similar language to English taught in schools, I really struggle with it....
User avatar #183 - tartukaru ONLINE (09/23/2012) [-]
I'll see your German and raise you Estonian.
#79 - screamz (09/23/2012) [-]
Was ist der Unterschied zwischen einem Schwarzen und einem Winterreifen ?
Der Winterreifen fängt nicht an zu singen wenn man ihm Ketten anlegt.

Was tut man wenn ein Türke tot auf dem Boden liegt und 20 andere Türken um die Ecke kommen ?
Aufhören zu lachen und nachladen.

User avatar #83 to #79 - arisboch (09/23/2012) [-]
Ach du Schande... Ich habe einen etwas... netteren Scherz (Ich hab den Scherz aus ner Fernsehserie, von der ich mal n Schnipsel ver grauer Urzeit angeschaut habe):
F: Wie nennt man die Typen, die dauernd in Schwarz rumlaufen (gemeint sind Gothics oder so)?
A: Neger.
#67 - wassuuuby (09/23/2012) [-]
Germany 			****		 yeah!
Germany **** yeah!
User avatar #8 - philooo (09/23/2012) [-]
well russians have six articles but i am not sure
User avatar #180 to #8 - dickynix (09/23/2012) [-]
Russian has no articles but it has 6 declensions. I think that is what you meant.
User avatar #12 to #8 - prayrex (09/23/2012) [-]
nope, russian does not have any articles^^
#147 - bariothguy (09/23/2012) [-]
There are 7 articles in my language...
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User avatar #200 to #197 - bariothguy (09/23/2012) [-]
the female article changes are missing on this one... and there's a ton of exceptions not mentioned here
#159 to #155 - mralex (09/23/2012) [-]
I'm Greek and there are a 			****		 load of articles   
I mean, look at these 			*************
I'm Greek and there are a **** load of articles
I mean, look at these *************
User avatar #171 to #159 - znigga (09/23/2012) [-]
there's another Greek person on this website!!!!
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User avatar #161 to #159 - mralex (09/23/2012) [-]
No idea why the hell this **** uploaded so small
#60 - vassia (09/23/2012) [-]
I know 4 languages :

Want to learn my 5th, can't decide between Spanish or German, any advice?
#61 to #60 - wassuuuby (09/23/2012) [-]
Im a germany and i tell you, its just an awesome language.
But on the other hand Spanish is a language which many people speak.
#72 to #61 - pooding (09/23/2012) [-]
Get your **** together Tyrone
User avatar #68 to #61 - vassia (09/23/2012) [-]
Exactly, I love the language but Spanish is more important ( because more people speak spanish )
User avatar #70 to #68 - wassuuuby (09/23/2012) [-]
bad situation huh?

and yeah.. german is pretty hard to learn
#64 to #60 - Azz (09/23/2012) [-]
You already know both a Romance Language and a Germanic Language, I'd say Spanish since it's similar to French.

Source: My cousin taught English in France for a while and several students were from Spain with little knowledge of French.
#120 to #60 - pinkiedash (09/23/2012) [-]
User avatar #122 to #60 - thejerseyjenn (09/23/2012) [-]
#129 to #60 - minutes (09/23/2012) [-]
german is a very hard language to learn. sometimes it doest follow any rules
its "der tisch" but "der" shows off that something is male if it would make sence it would be "das Tisch" but thats wrong. if you can speak that much languages i would assume you dont have any problems learning them, and german is more usefull then spanish. if you have a look at the industry, they often speak german (cars, steel) but the most usefeull language apart from english would be chinese by now, as they are going to be one of the most powerfull countries in the world soon
User avatar #71 to #60 - arisboch (09/23/2012) [-]
Holy **** , you're a great polyglot! I'd say Spanish, cause it's rather similar to langauge you already know and there are 320-420 millions native speaker of Spanish on this planet and 90-98 German speakers.
User avatar #91 to #71 - vassia (09/23/2012) [-]
May I ask, what's a polyglot?
I apologize for my ignorance.
User avatar #227 to #91 - arisboch (09/23/2012) [-]
Someone, who speaks lotsa languages.
#18 - mynze (09/23/2012) [-]
die die die
#58 to #34 - mynze (09/23/2012) [-]
some definite articles in german are die, as you can see on the pic
#63 to #58 - arisboch (09/23/2012) [-]
Ooops, sorry, I misunderstood.
#185 to #63 - mynze (09/23/2012) [-]
that ok mate :D
#17 - Pred (09/23/2012) [-]
you have only 4... try 7 like us Czechfags have to
User avatar #38 to #17 - mykoira (09/23/2012) [-]
well we have here in finland over 15 + plural so up yours
and yeah i have heard that finnish is one of the hardest langue of the world
User avatar #16 - gilliam (09/23/2012) [-]
Dutch, may all of you be spared the agony of learning dutch.
User avatar #11 - suikerpapa (09/23/2012) [-]
try ancient greek ************* .
User avatar #13 to #11 - habanaro (09/23/2012) [-]
I took koine greek for a bit, and memorising **** like this was hell. I really have no urge to go back to hellenistic. :S
User avatar #14 to #13 - suikerpapa (09/23/2012) [-]
it's not called hellenistic for no reason
User avatar #47 to #11 - thebestperson (09/23/2012) [-]
We study ancient Greek in school and it's hard even for us,the native speakers.
User avatar #56 to #47 - suikerpapa (09/23/2012) [-]
obviously, because it's nothing like new greek
#173 - gerthc (09/23/2012) [-]
Easy for everyone whose native language is german. I can imagine how hard it is for the rest of the world.

Das Butterbrot, die Sonne, der Mond, das Internet, der Stuhl. Ich kann es kaum glauben, dass du das hier übersetzt hast.
#176 to #173 - typicalmale (09/23/2012) [-]
Tja, und ca 99% der Kanacken die in Deutschland geboren und mit der deutschen Sprache aufgewachsen sind, kriegen nicht mal das auf die Reihe
User avatar #231 to #176 - kriegen (09/24/2012) [-]
I got two "name mentioned" notifications from this. I don't speak German. I am angry.
#238 to #231 - typicalmale (09/24/2012) [-]
Sorry 'bout that, dude
User avatar #215 to #176 - socrat (09/23/2012) [-]
habe frueher deutsch gelernt und manchmal hoere ich kriegen was meinst das auf englisch...wie in deinem satz??
User avatar #142 - samuraicrack (09/23/2012) [-]
This is why English is one of the hardest languages to learn. We have so many words that have multiple meanings.
User avatar #178 to #142 - dirigiblequixote (09/23/2012) [-]
You've clearly never tried learning Japanese or Polish.

English is hard, but there are definitely harder languages.
#145 to #142 - rakhlik (09/23/2012) [-]
English? One of the hardest languages to learn? Really? Are we talking about the same english? Lol try learning spanish, german, ******* RUSSIAN. Seriously, English is the international language because of it's simplicity, it isn't one of the HARDEST languages to learn...
User avatar #169 to #145 - Ruspanic ONLINE (09/23/2012) [-]
Okay, Russian and German yes. Russian is my first language and I'm so ******* grateful for that because it would a bitch to learn otherwise.
But Spanish? Spanish is one of the easiest languages I know of. Everything is pronounced exactly how it looks - there's even accents to tell you where to put the emphasis - and the rules are really straightforward and have few exceptions. The only semi-hard part about it is all the tenses and conjugation, but that's nothing compared to Russian. At least in Spanish verbs don't change endings based on the gender of the subject.
English is difficult because of all of its irregularities, especially with pronunciation. It's not an international language because it's simple, but because for the past 200 years or so the British Empire and later the USA have been the dominant powers in the world.
#233 to #169 - rakhlik (09/24/2012) [-]
Spanish verbs don't change what? Ok, maybe I was wrong when I said it's difficult, that's what english students of my university say (I'm spanish) but excuse me sir, Spanish verbs might not change with the gender, but with other aspects. Let's compare:

English verb:
I love
You love
He/she/it loveS
We love
You love
They love

Let's go with spanish:
Yo amo
Tu amas
El/ella ama
Nosotros amamos
Vosotros amáis
Ellos aman

Maybe Spanish isn't as difficult as Russian or German (I began with german a few weeks ago) but imo is more difficult than English, I couldn't really say because I'm spanish, but every non-spanish I know says it's more difficult than English. I know it has it's exceptions, but do you think Spanish is always the same? No sir, it has LOTS of irregular verbs, and when I say LOTS, it's ******* LOTS, but again, this is my opinion, for some people English will be more difficult and for others it will be Spanish. Good day to you sir

User avatar #236 to #233 - Ruspanic ONLINE (09/24/2012) [-]
By the way, when I say Spanish is relatively easy I don't mean that at all in a derogatory way. I apologize if I come across as condescending.
User avatar #235 to #233 - Ruspanic ONLINE (09/24/2012) [-]
I'm aware that Spanish verbs change, and that there are irregulars. But nearly all of the irregulars follow some set of rules (e.g. stem-changers, -car/gar/zar endings, etc). There are few truly irregular verbs.
I speak Spanish. I also speak Russian, and I can tell you that Spanish does not even come close in complexity.
Russian has verb conjugations like in Spanish, but some verbs change in some tenses depending on the gender (there are 3 genders) of the subject, including 1st person. Nouns (including proper nouns) are also "conjugated" one of up to six ways depending on their function in the sentence, and the rules by which they are conjugated also depend on which of three categories they belong to (which are partly but not entirely determined by gender).
For instance, "I have the book", "There is no book", "I see the book" and "We talked about the book" each have different forms of the word "book". Also, to ensure adjective-noun agreement, adjectives must be conjugated in the same way. Plus there's a ******** of prefixes and stuff that can change the tense or meaning of a word.

Of course, English has very little verb conjugation, and in this aspect it is simpler than Spanish. I'll give you that. But then Mandarin Chinese doesn't have any conjugation at all, and I don't think a foreigner would find it easier than Spanish.
I just think English in general is a far more irregular and capricious language than Spanish, partly because it has incorporated in it so many words derived or taken from other languages, and because shares so little with any other single language. Spanish comes almost entirely from Latin and is similar to other Romance languages.

The reason many English-speaking students find Spanish difficult is simply because it is not their first language. Learning any new language is difficult after you pass a certain age.

I say all this from a Western perspective. I can't say which language a native Chinese-speaker would find easier.
User avatar #188 to #145 - emrakul (09/23/2012) [-]
Spanish is actually regarded as being pretty easy to learn
User avatar #186 to #145 - ferrettamer (09/23/2012) [-]
Well, according to other people it is, but I wouldn't know as it is my native language...
User avatar #181 to #145 - trollinginthedeepp (09/23/2012) [-]
Spanish is actually really easy
#152 to #145 - reteip (09/23/2012) [-]
It does have a crapload of synonyms though
User avatar #156 to #152 - martiortiftw (09/23/2012) [-]
less than any other lenguage
User avatar #151 to #145 - gelind ONLINE (09/23/2012) [-]
I took a year of Russian. Was quite fun. Love the alphabet.
#168 to #151 - Matengel (09/23/2012) [-]
english is one of the harder languages to learn, at least according to my spanish professor. Naturally, any language you try to learn past the age of, I believe, 5 years old, will be hard to learn. Spanish is easy because each letter has its own sound, in english, we have different sounds comprised of the same letter combinations, making it hard.
#146 to #142 - vassia (09/23/2012) [-]

Hardest language?


that was a good laugh
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