What European languages do Asian languages sound like? (country, people, speak)
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I think Japanese sounds a bit like Italian, because most of the words seem to end in vowels. Mandarin sounds a bit like French because you hear a lot of 'ah' and 'sh' and it sounds a bit 'froggy' almost like you are plugging your nose to speak it.
Korean ... idk maybe Portuguese? And Vietnamese is a bit like the Asian version of Spanish, it sounds very extroverted.
I agree, actually. Both Japanese and Italian sound kind of 'technical', while Mandarin and French actually sound quite poetic and lilting.
Vietnamese and Spanish sound, no offense, kinda 'trashy' and include a lot of shouting.
German maybe sounds very vaguely like Arab?
Spanish sounds trashy? Maybe in the Dominican Republic but certainly not in Spain. Anyways, I can't think of any language that "sounds similar" to Asian languages. At least not East Asian to European
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