Are there any languages easier than English?

I have studied several languages (English, German, Czech, Slovak, Russian, Croatian, French and Spanish) and to me, definitely the easiest one is Spanish. English is only easy at the beginning. But as you try to get profficient, it gets complicated. Also the photetics is just weird. The difference between

Are there any languages easier than English?

I have studied several languages (English, German, Czech, Slovak, Russian, Croatian, French and Spanish) and to me, definitely the easiest one is Spanish. English is only easy at the beginning. But as you try to get profficient, it gets complicated. Also the photetics is just weird. The difference between

Can a non-native English speaker write a successful blog for native English speaking audience?

Are non-native speakers always -for the rest of their lives- pegged as non-native? Is this what some people believe?Being a native-speaker is not a ticket to blogging supremacy. Sorry! Anyone who has learned another language knows that there are degrees of proficiency and there is a time correlation for learning (anything). Let's disambiguate. One can

Is it useful to learn English by watching TV shows?

Not sure if I understand the wording of the question. So I'll try to be clear in my answer. 1 It is useful to learn english (for obvious reasons) no matter the means. 2 It is useful to watch TV in order to learn english. 3 TV series and movies are equally

Why is Hindi called Hindi only in English?

I think the question is 'Why is Hindi called Hindi only in English?' and I am gonna answer to that question. First, the language spoken generally in northern part of India, I.e., in Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan etc is known as Hindi in southern Indian languages also, not just in English.