23:39 - Redn1ght Zaphod, you would probably struggle on the writing system Arabic has. It's confusing.
23:36 - Zaphod I like Finnish, but have no desire to ever learn it. If I wanted to study a language that's completely different from the ones I know it would probably be Arabic or something.
23:35 - Redn1ght If you are able to pronounce German and Italian you are nearly covered fully to pronounce Finnish the proper way. :p
23:28 - ScreamingSteelUS it's not as readily pronounceable to me as a non-speaker as, say, German, French, Italian, or Serbian might be. But have a go at Irish. What I've learned of its structure is confusing as hell, to say nothing of pronunciation.
23:27 - ScreamingSteelUS In regards to the Finnish conversation, Tolkien considered it to be the most beautiful language of all and modeled Quenya (the high Elvish tongue) on it. Don't have much contact with Finnish myself, so I wouldn't know, but
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