Question: Is Romanian hard to learn?

In my experience, Romanian is not a hard language to learn. Since Romanian is a Latin language, it shares many similarities with Spanish, Italian, and even English. While it has grammatical quirks not shared by other Latin languages, it is generally a much easier language to master than Russian, Chinese, or Arabic.

How long does it take to learn Romanian?

FSI estimates that it will take up to 580 hours or 23 weeks of study to reach Romanian fluency. Which we could break down as the following: With 1 hour of study every day, youll reach Romanian fluency in 1.5 years. You can learn Romanian in less than 100 days by intensively studying for 6 hours daily.

Is Romanian worth learning?

If you want to learn more than one foreign language, Romanian is a great start. If you speak Romanian fluently, you already have a lot of vocabulary and grammar that can help with other Romance languages.

Is Romanian easier than French?

However, if Romanians orthography is phonetic and the people speak clearly, I can definitely see it being easier overall than French. Romanian has retained much of the case system that other Romance languages have discarded, which I think would make it harder than french.

Is Romanian harder than German?

English speakers find Romanian language easier to learn than German, according to experts from the Foreign Service Institute (FSI), the U.S. governments main provider of foreign affairs training, including language courses, reports Bigthink.com.

Is Romanian harder than English?

In my experience, Romanian is not a hard language to learn. Since Romanian is a Latin language, it shares many similarities with Spanish, Italian, and even English. While it has grammatical quirks not shared by other Latin languages, it is generally a much easier language to master than Russian, Chinese, or Arabic.

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