το ιδιο.... με την μονη αλλαγη οτι τωρα προτιμω τα αγγλικα
οχι κατι συγκεκριμενο.....αλλα αυτο το χρονο, καπως αρχισα να χρησιμοποιω πιο πολυ τα αγγλικα και αρχισαν να μου αρεσουν.....ενω παλλια τρελενομουν για τα γαλλικα και ακομα αλλα οχι σε μεγαλο βαθμο...
- είναι πιο εύκολα(τουλάχιστον εμένα έτσι μου φαίνονται)
- είναι πιο ενδιαφέρουσα η εκμάθησή τους &
- ακουστικά δίνουν μία διαφορετική καλύτερη αίσθηση από τα αγγλικά...
The Spanish subject pronoun is usually dropped, thus it is essential to have all verb conjugations memorized in order to recognize (as the listener) and express (as the speaker) which subject is performing the action. The French subject pronoun is always stated, which means that verb conjugations - while still important, of course - are not as vital to comprehension: your own or your listener's. In addition, French has just two words for you (singular/familiar and plural/formal), while Spanish has four (singular familiar, plural familiar, singular formal, and plural formal), or even five - there's a different singular/familiar used in parts of Latin America with its own conjugations.
I started studying Spanish after I'd already taken two years of French. I do remember Spanish seeming very easy at first, because it was so much like the French I'd already struggled through, but then Spanish suddenly became very difficult, which makes these claims about how easy Spanish is seem suspicious. So I sat down and analyzed the two languages to see what I could come up with - here are the results.