4. Hungarian. Making the list with 26 cases, Hungarian has some of the most difficult grammar rules you’ll come across. In Hungarian, suffixes dictate tense and possession instead of the word order, which is how most European languages tackle the problem. Moreover, subtle cultural elements within Hungarian make it uniquely difficult to learn. 5.
Top 10 Hardest Languages For Translators to Learn. Without further ado, these are our top ten hardest (but most rewarding) languages to learn. 1. Mandarin. Mandarin is a language within the Chinese language group and is actually the most spoken language in the world.
The Chinese language takes many forms that are not mutually intelligible. This language is spoken by about a fifth of the total world population and is considered among the most difficult languages to learn. The Standard Chinese language is spoken in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), the Republic of China (Taiwan), and Singapore.