• its not, its just boring to you
  • Where I live on the border with Mexico if you don't speak Spanish you will have a hard time. Most of the Mexicans here can speak English but prefer Spanish. There are times the only English I hear is on the TV. My biggest problem is conjugating verbs.
    • MichaelXD
      I prefer French and Japanese.
  • Because you don't know how to speak it.
  • I don't know about Japanese, but I loved learning Spanish...and German. Latin: was fun at first, but second year was so very difficult that I can't say that I enjoyed it as much as the other languages.
  • Well, as others have mentioned, it is not the language that is boring. It might be your approach to learning Spanish that might be boring you. Languages can be exciting and infuriating to learn. Sometimes mixing it up might help: use audio material, video tutorials, and glossaries to break the monotony, if any. Of course, too many materials can also be problematic. Try not to go overboard. There are plenty of YouTube channels for learning Spanish. On the other hand, there are concept explainers, too. Bartleby has one if you're interested ( The internet can be your friend. Look up smartly, but don't go overboard. Hope you find it less boring :)
  • Just think, if you speak Spanish then you are close to Italian. Also Spanish is easier to pronounce and spell than French.
  • Quien sabe? Yo no se!
    • Beat Covid, Avoid Republicans
      No has estudias Francaise?
    • dalcocono
      No, nunca. Pero intiendo las palabras Francais de comida y cocinando.
  • If you are forced to learn a language e.g. at school, then it can be boring if you're not interested
  • Spanish is so popular, that it’s often separated into 2 broad categories: Latin American Spanish and Peninsular Spanish.

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