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Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/22/2015 16:20:52


Fan the Apostle
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Japanese : なぜ神クソ私のああ

To foreigners : pretzels , lines and who knows


Chinese : 噢,我的上帝他媽的為什麼

To forginers : Scary symbols


Korean : 왜 하나님 빌어 먹을 오

Making fun of you by making faces


Vietnamese : Héllô , í äm spëãkîñg tó yöú ín víētñàmêêsë!

In a nutshell : English alphabet with a sprinkling to diacritics



Filipino : Ako nalimot sa akong basahon
How foriengers pronounce it : akoh maniltot sah among baaasahoon

Mongolian : Би ном мартсан
You damm copied it from Russian!

Hindi : मैं अपनी पुस्तक भूल गया
Snakes everywhere

Burmeese : ငါသည်ငါ့ စာအုပ် မေ့လျော့
Butts and boobs are the only letter in the alphabet

Thai : ฉันลืม หนังสือของฉัน
Eye-tentacle creatures
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/22/2015 16:25:23


Lolicon love 
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XD damn this gave me a good laugh.
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/22/2015 16:28:43

Luna {TJC}
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Yeah It was fairly funny but how come do you speak Korean , Fan?
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/22/2015 16:30:53


Fan the Apostle
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Hangul is easy to learn. Since I don't have the korean keyboard , I use Google translate
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/22/2015 18:06:09

SVY
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Asia includes the Middle East as well. What about Urdu, Arabic, Cyrillic? Aramaic? Hebrew?

Also, the original Mongolian script is a bit like Chinese, less detailed and more elongated, cursive symbols.
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/22/2015 18:06:11


Onoma94
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My computer doesn't even know burmese script. CENSORSHIP ON BUTTZ & BOOBZ IN POLISH INTERNETZ :<
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/22/2015 18:12:32


Genghis 
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This gave me a single chuckle
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/22/2015 18:33:58


Fan the Apostle
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On android 5.0 or later , it shows the butts and boobs
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/22/2015 19:12:20


Gen. NumbNuts
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I like the Mongolian bit.
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/23/2015 01:28:35


The Mad Japanese
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Actually Filipino is like this:

Filipino: Bobo lang kang amerikano ka, may lima akong mga anak tapos og gusto mag chuchupa ng kabaw

How foreigners pronounce it: blablablablablablablablabla

Actual Translation: Blablablablablabla American Blablablablablablabla Cow S***
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/23/2015 01:33:49


Mister Kl
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Tae Kwon Do, Karate, Kung Fu.... they are all the same to me and to everyone else... aka, asia in a nutshell
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/23/2015 02:02:09


Cavaliers_CK
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하하하 도대체 무슨 번역을 사용한건가요? :p
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/23/2015 02:18:06


[AOE] JaiBharat909
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I've wanted to learn an East Asian language for awhile, but I don't know where to start. Can someone tell me from experience which is easiest: Korean, Chinese, or Japanese?
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/23/2015 02:47:56


Cavaliers_CK
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I believe Korean is the easiest not only because I am a Korean but also because we use phonogram only. Korean alphabets, Hangul, won gold in world alphabet olympics.

http://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/nll/?p=4253

http://asiasociety.org/world%E2%80%99s-most-incredible-alphabet


Chinese is the hardest since Chinese characters are ideogram. However, I think it is the most useful language because of China's recent growing.

About Japanese, you also need to memorize some Chinese characters because Japanese also use the characters.(pronouncing the Chinese characters in Japanese way is different with Chinese sound though) Plus, Japanese uses two types of phonograms, hiragana and katakana. That makes it harder to study.

I know this comment is really biased because I am Korean hehe
but Hangul is said to be the most scientific and easiest to learn phonetic sound.
However, there are still many other reasons to consider before starting any languagues.

Regarding grammer structure, Chinese may be the easiest for you because a grammer structure of chinese is similiar with that of english. Korean and Japanese has a different grammer structure with english.

Think about your real reasons why you want to learn the language first. I recommend you learning their culture first so you can learn the language that most attracts you.

I think you can go to the nearby Korean church and take some Korean classes for free!
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/23/2015 03:03:44


[AOE] JaiBharat909
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Wow okay that's great advise. I'll definitely take what you said into consideration. I mean culturally/historically I know enough about each because I have friends in RL from all three backgrounds plus I read a lot of history. I'm more considering learning it in case I decide to move to the Far East (I really want to live in either Korea, China, or Japan even if its just temporarily and for a little bit of time). That being said...which is more international? As in do many people in Japan and Korea speak/understand Chinese?
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/23/2015 08:54:32


Cavaliers_CK
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They are totally different language but they may understand just a few phrase of Chinese as like American's understanding little bit of Mexican.
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/23/2015 09:14:57


Angry Koala
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不好意思, 我不懂韩语!
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/24/2015 09:37:28


[AOE]Akeion
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This is funny.
Asian Languages : in a nutshell: 12/24/2015 16:56:14


Konakona
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私は中国を理解していません!


和食!
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