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  • Tasha

    Korean way harder, no question in my eyes!

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    • LTL Team HQ

      Not easy, no doubt about that!

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  • Haz

    As a Newbie, I can safely say Korean is the hardest out of the 3 I've found so far anyway

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    • Max Hobbs

      Thanks Haz! Keep battling on

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  • Christine

    Fascinating to see how they can be similar but also differ. Would love to speak them all one day

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    • Max Hobbs

      3 beautiful languages Christine. If you ever want to kickstart your journey, you know who to call!

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  • Calvin

    你好!因为你在文中Mention过学过中文,所以我就直接用中文评论啦~

    一下要纠个错:日语中使用漢字的并不全是 Traditional Chinese, 它和 Simplified Chinese 一样,曾经简化过漢字。例如: 單(Chinese Traditional), 单(Chinese Simplified), 単( Japanese Simplified).

    齊(CT), 齐(CS), 斉(JS), and so on.

    当年中文在中国大陆的简化过程中是以“最终丢弃漢字,使用拉丁文”为目标简化的。简体字在当时只是从繁体字 --> 拉丁文的过渡。所以在很多情况下,简体中文有着一些并不合理的符号化,例如 “汉,难,欢”中的 偏旁“又”,(对应繁体字为“漢,難,歡”) ,日語(“漢、難、歓”)日语简化漢字的主要目的还是为了方便书写,所以没有中国大陆的简化力度大,看起來像沒有簡化過,其实和Traditional Chinese的区别还是蛮大的。

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  • Mark

    All rock solid 😂

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    • LTL Team HQ

      We respectfully disagree 😅

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  • Chris

    I love and wish I could speak all 3!

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    • Max Hobbs

      You're on the right website Chris. flexiclasses.com can boost your knowledge in all three!

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      • Chris

        Yea I did thanks, I started the free trial. Enjoying it so far, great teachers

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        • Max Hobbs

          Love to hear it!

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