How long will it take you, to learn a new language?


The subject is self-explanatory.

As for me, it depends on the language and time.

Well, it also depends on the effort and practice.

If we are talking about a bit familiar language, it might take about an year or so, to learn it. On the other hand, if we are talking about a totally new language, it might take about 2 years or so.
What about you guys? How long will it take you, to learn a new language? 

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It depends on the family of languages............Well, my mother tongue, Tamil, belongs to a completely different family of languages as opposed to my favourite language, Sanskrit...........Since, my school taught Hindi right from Kindergarden, it took about 4-5 years for me to learn it and they taught it for about 8 years, and, they taught Sanskrit from 6th grade, and they did not go into that much detail. Since, they only taught it for 5 years, so, I can speak only broken Sanskrit...............

" Justice is subject to dispute; might is easily recognized and is not disputed. So we cannot give might to justice, because might has gainsaid justice, and has declared that it is she herself who is just. And thus, being unable to make what is just strong, we have made what is strong just."

I prefer to take my time while learning language...
for basic i guess around 6 months will do...
only for the alphabets, common grammar, etc..


Depends how fluent you need to be. Language is forever evolving so that doesn't help. I'd say it would take a year or two to be fluent enough to converse on a regular basis though.


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