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kiam307

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About kiam307

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    Russian, German
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    Hebrew, English
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    Polish, Arabic
  1. Hello I've been wondering for a while which of the two languages should I learn - Czech or Serbo-Croatian. May I add that I already speak Polish and Russian and am very fascinated by Slavic languages in general. The reason why I'd like to learn Serbo-Croatian is that its a south Slavic language and, seeing that I already have been dealing with a West Slavic language ?Polish) as well as an East Slavic language (Russian), why not explore a new branch? On the other hand, I wonder if Czech would prove more useful in the long run somehow. Czech is a wonderful language, Czechs are pleasant people and the country itself is great. However it is also a West Slavic language like Polish, which makes it a bit too similar (and therefore confusing) as well as a little boring. What do you guys say? Which path should I choose? Thank you!
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