Now of days everyone is a DJ, even Prince Charles. Watch as he learns how to match beats for the first time. As an added bonus watch him attempt to breakdance.
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I’ve been to many countries around the world, both as a child with my parents, and as an adult for work, but when I recently got an offer to play a fashion show in Paris, France I wanted to do some research. I haven’t been to Paris in over 10 years, so I wanted to get a little insight into what else I could get into besides the night life if I took the job. One of the most interesting videos I came across was an ad for students who may be deliberating on what country to study abroad in. Although this video hasn’t swayed me decision on weather or not to take the job, I wanted to put it up just because I thought it was stylistically awesome. Check the method.
For whatever odd reason, be it, Indiana Jones, X-Men: First Class, Sucker Punch, or Knight and Day, it seems like so many movies I’ve watched over the past week are popping up with sections of the movie in German. That made me ask, “What is the hardest language to learn?”. They will then find that the answer is a complicated one. This is because the answer is subjective (opinion) and also depends on what your native language is. While no language is simple to learn, those that are more closely related to your native language are going to be easier. Learning a completely different and exotic writing system can also be a big challenge, but that does not necessarily make a language more difficult.
Since it’s impossible to say with certainty that there is a language that qualifies as “most difficult”, we’ve provided a handy infographic below that will give you a general idea of difficulty of the most common languages. The statistics and rankings included are provided by the the Foreign Service Institute (FSI) of the US Department of State and are intended for native English speakers.