We all know that Spanish is the second most studied language in the world, only English overtook it. We also know that this figure varies depending on the statistics and what we want to measure, but it’s true that millions of people in the world, hundreds of thousands, speak Spanish, whether at a higher or lower level.

Spanish is the second most studied language in the world, only English overtook it.

Daniel F. C.

But not only because of this we want to explain to you why we love Spanish or, more precisely, why I love Spanish. It’s a melodic language, very pleasant to hearing, especially when compared to other harder or idle languages.When you speak Spanish, to a certain extent it sounds as if you were singing. It sounds very pleasing, and it often doesn't fit with the culture of some people, and that's why it's so surprising. It's one of the things I love about Spanish.

Another thing is that it’s a relatively simple language to learn. Because even if I hate to sing victorious too early, it’s true that at least at the beginning, if you already have a foundation, learning this language isn’t a rocket science.Yes, for example, when you compare it to English, you will find many similarities in terms of grammar, and therefore it’s also easy to learn for people who speak English or at least know similar grammar.

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I also like the fact that it’s a unique language, because many people learn English, German, to a lesser extent French, Chinese, Arabic, while Spanish is a great language. It gives you access to many countries in Europe and Latin America. So you can travel, read world-famous literary works, and more. For all this and more, I love Spanish. Because it's my mother tongue, but mainly because it's a beautiful and interesting language. When I speak Spanish, it sounds like I keep saying something nice.