Linguistics significant hunting for a second language?

by tyankee7 on December 11, 2013

Question by Hobbes: Linguistics significant looking for a second language?
I’m majoring in linguistics and would like to choose up a second language, either as a minor or double significant. I’d like to study abroad to turn out to be fluent, and ultimately become a professor of linguistics. I’m mainly interested in Russian, French, German and Greek, but I am open to ideas. Which would be a excellent language to discover?

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nikki<3 December 12, 2013 at 12:07 am

french is a good language to learn. im taking french right now and i love it


Nirvana FREAK! December 12, 2013 at 1:00 am

Well, English is my first language as well, and German my third language.. I find it very similar to English, actually if you read very old English, you will find it very much connected to German, the gothic medevile times especially.. Anyway, I found German very easy for me.. so I suggest you learn it :).. and I’ve also been to Germany and Austria a few times, both very beautiful countries, I think you will enjoy it much :)..

Good Luck..


claire611 December 12, 2013 at 1:28 am

I’m sorry I can’t contribute anything to this question, other than another question:

Where do you live, Hobbes? I’m asking because in my country, when you study Linguistics, you usually have to study Greek and Latin as part of the course.



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