It’s simply a gorgeous language! It sounds so smooth since speakers use a lot of intonation in their speech, especially in Brazil. There are certain languages which are more melodic and nicer to hear or speak, than others. Probably nothing can beat Italian in music and operas.
Which language is most attractive?
The Beauty Of Languages
- Arabic language. Arabic is one of the most beautiful languages in the world. …
- English language. English is the most gorgeous language in the world. …
- Italian language. Italian is one of the most romantic languages in the world. …
- Welsh language. …
- Persian language.
Why does Portuguese sound so nice?
European Portuguese and Russian are stress-timed languages and their rhythms sound similar. The fact that Portuguese uses the sound “sh” a lot also contributes to the similarity to Russian. In fact, most Slavic languages are stress-timed and this is the main reason why European Portuguese sounds like a Slavic language.
Does Portuguese sound better than Spanish?
It’s not really bad, but it can get a bit cloying if you listen to it too much. Portuguese, on the other hand, sounds quite pleasant and also rather distinctive from its other Romance counterparts (Italian, Catalan, Latin, etc). It’s less “noticeable” than Spanish and it seems to be more smoother.
What is the hardest language in the world?
1. Mandarin Chinese. Interestingly, the hardest language to learn is also the most widely spoken native language in the world.
What is the smartest language?
English is by far the most powerful language. It is the dominant language of three G7 nations (USA, UK and Canada), and British legacy has given it a global footprint. It is the world’s lingua franca. Mandarin, which ranks second, is only half as potent.
What is the funniest language?
Spanish is the sounds funniest of all languages. Sounds like they’re selling marijuanas and cocaine to tjeir customers and it also sounds like a devil tempting someone to have a fight.
Why does Portuguese sound so weird?
As Portugal is isolated geographically from the Mediterranean it makes sense that linguistic memetic flow continued more readily among the other proto-Romance speaking countries during the Renaissance, leaving Portuguese to evolve more-or-less on its own. Thus, it sounds different from the other Romance languages.
Is Russian harder than Portuguese?
For native English speakers, Russian is harder than Portuguese, and Americans who know Spanish find Portuguese quite easy to learn. If you do learn Portuguese, be careful not to mingle Spanish and Portuguese while speaking.
Why is Portuguese pronunciation so weird?
The problem is that although both derive from a similar variety of Vulgar Latin, the phonetics/phonology are very different – Portuguese is Latin with a Celtic/Lusitanian substrate and Spanish is Latin with a Basque influence – so the two languages sound really quite dissimilar.