19:01 - ScreamingSteelUS Finnish doesn't. Finnish, Hungarian, and Estonian are part of the Finno-Ugric language group, which is one of a very small number of European languages not related to the Indo-European family.
18:55 - Zaphod Although, to be honest, I have no idea where Finnish fits into the Indo-European language family.
18:53 - Zaphod Also, it depends where those foreigners are from ;) If you're talking about you or me, Chinese will be the hardest, since it has completely different origins than our own languages.
18:49 - Redn1ght Yeah, I would guess Chinese is harder because of the tone/pitch change rules in the language...
18:49 - Zaphod Also, Polish is more closely related to most European languages than Chinese.
18:46 - Zaphod Definitely Chinese. My sister spoke fluent Polish after we had lived there for one year.
18:17 - Redn1ght I wonder which is more harder to speak correctly for foreigners: Polish or Chinese? Both are insanely hard.
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