If the kids are into anime, Japanese would probably hold their interest the most.
If you're looking for easy, choose Spanish.
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Spanish would be a good one, and also useful here in the US.
Cymraeg or Gaellic or French.
german... the sentence structure is a lot like english
oh, i heard it was, but i guess i was misinformed
I would say either Spanish or German.
This depends on what your interests are. Where do you like to go for your holidays? What language is spoken in that country? Have you got any foreign friends? If so what language do they speak? Why do you want to learn a language? To learn a language you should know why you are learning it to keep you motivated. Do you want to learn a language with the same alphabet as English or a different alphabet? Are you good at grammar or do you hate grammar? These are some of the questions you should ask yourself before deciding which language to learn. What possibility of a teacher have you got? Turkish is a good language to learn or Arabic which is spoken in 22 countries by over 220 million people. Turkish is of course easier. Or if you like European languages try German. There are some similarities with English but not many! Then if you like art and Italian culture what about Italian?
japanese. PING PONG!!!!!! (japanese saying)
Russian is also growing important nowadays, you can choose German, Russian, Spanish, French , Chinese, cuz these language are used in business and please forget about small languages, u'll just waste your time
Mandarin ..............then you'd all know what the **** you ordered at the Chinese..............
The language spoken by the most people, Mandarin (Chinese).
i would pick a language that would be useful if you all went on a vacation together to a diffrent country. Europe maybe...
Really? Then, Spanish, and ALL of it's "dialects" (sort of), because it's easy and it's gonna be America's 2nd language soon anyways!
Spanish since there is a huge population of spanish speaking people. It Is the up and coming language! I took but, don't remember much! Any language you pick is fine. I t is always good to know another language especially if you travel!
spanish. or chinese. those are 2 languages i think ppl should learn. i only took 3 years of spanish in high school but i think its cool knowing a different language. im going to learn more here soon so i can speak if more fluently.
Portuguese, German, and Mandarin are going to be important in business for the next couple of decades. Any one of those can help with future careers.
Latin is fun, although I think you learn more about Caeser than the actual language.