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Maximus
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Studies: Spanish, Japanese, Thai

 
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16 August 2006 at 3:05pm | IP Logged 
I have seen posts like the most fun languages to learn. But what would be the most logical languages to learn. I have heared that Bahasa Indonesia has a reputation as a real logical language and also I know the logic of Spanish. So what do you guys think are the most logical languages?
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lengua
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 Message 2 of 143
16 August 2006 at 3:46pm | IP Logged 
Spanish is more logical than French.
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AML
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16 August 2006 at 3:49pm | IP Logged 
I am pretty sure that Lojban is the most logical language.

lojban

Edited by AML on 16 August 2006 at 3:54pm

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delectric
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 Message 4 of 143
17 August 2006 at 4:03am | IP Logged 
I find Chinese quite logical now. Especially the writing at least it seems so neat and nicely packaged compared to a language like English with so many spelling exceptions. Then again I don't know if neat = more logical.
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el topo
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 Message 5 of 143
17 August 2006 at 6:14am | IP Logged 
I do not know what the most logical language is (I guess one of the constructed ones), but Dutch seems pretty logical to me. Not the spelling, which is a pain in the neck, but the grammar.
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neo
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17 August 2006 at 7:29am | IP Logged 
Well,I think German grammar is quite regular and logical.
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Katie
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 Message 7 of 143
17 August 2006 at 8:13am | IP Logged 
I'm with delectric - for reasoning - but with Hungarian. The more I learn the more logical & smooth it seems to be.
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Chung
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 Message 8 of 143
17 August 2006 at 8:28am | IP Logged 
Natural language: Tie between Hungarian and Turkish
Constructed language: Tie between any of them. So far I've seen Slovio, Esperanto and Interlingua.


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