5 most crazy languages ​​spoken by mankind

5 most crazy languages ​​spoken by mankind

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Learn Japanese and complain about three different alphabets? Learn German and think it is stupid that inanimate objects should be feminine or masculine? Trying to learn English? Good luck! All foreign languages ​​seem incredibly complicated, but some of them are worse and harder than all the others ...

5. Archinsky. Language with 1.5 million verb endings.

In the same English language there are three different endings of the verbs. These are -ing, -ed, and -s. “He farted (farted)”, “He farts (farting)” or “He regularly farts (farts)”. And in Archinsky, the language spoken in the south-west of Russia, and more specifically in the village of Archi, in Dagestan, 1502839 verb endings. Have you considered English difficult because of its times? Russia is a multinational country and thanks to this we have the opportunity to boast of such an unusual record. The Arch language is great and mighty, because with its help one can send anyone far and for a long time in an infinite number of ways, and there are more of these methods than words in the Oxford dictionary.

In addition to the tenses in Archi language, there are verb modifiers for words of various kinds (and there are four of them, because they are progressive). For example, in Archinsky, the ending -kugu is used, if the speaker expresses doubt, -ra, if this may have happened, and -air, if this has exactly happened.

Thus, with the help of the phrase “He Felt”, an Archino speaker can explain who fled, when fart, how much fart, how much he was sure that someone was farting, how loud he was farting, the circumstances in which he fart, and how bad smelled, just changing the ending of the verb.

4. Silbo Homero - the language of whistles.

Silbo Gomero, spoken by the Canary Islanders, is the simplest language on this list. Their “alphabet” consists of only two vowels and four consonants. Finally, we have found a culture that values ​​simplicity! But if you want to talk, you will need a really sharp ear and amazing breath control, because Silbo Homero is the language of whistles.

This modern and vibrant language is an analogue of the language used by the local Africans who once inhabited the islands.The Canary Islands were captured by the Spaniards, who almost completely exterminated the indigenous people, because this is how imperialism works. But the Spanish settlers were fascinated by the unique way to communicate and adapted it to their own language. And they really take it seriously - the language of whistles is an obligatory part of the school curriculum.

There are two things in our language that can be expressed by whistling: “Damn yourself!” And “This is a chick!”, But Silbo Homer is so complex and detailed that whistle can be used to report news and announce festivities at a decent distance. Local people just can not get lost in the mountainous area because the whistle can be heard at a distance of several kilometers, and the mountains increase the whistle several times.

3. Kuhong - the language of clicks with 122 consonants.

You immediately feel that something is wrong when you see “ъ” in the name of the language. Some 3000 natives of Namibia and Botswana speak khong. And while speakers in English and other European languages ​​cost 26 letters, in this language only consonants 122. Therefore, there are much more sounds.

It is similar to the Chinese language, which is spoken with a mouth full and a squeezed nose. But all these smacking and chewing sounds matter.There is no written alphabet for this language, and for most of these sounds it is impossible to find even an approximate equivalent in our language, so linguists are forced to use all kinds of characters in order to at least write a transcription of what they have heard.

Linguists believe that khong may be the oldest language in the world. When we migrated from Africa our communication methods underwent significant changes, and the clicking sounds were lost, but they were the basis of the fundamentals.

2. Pawnee - a language that connects words like LEGO.

Pawnee is a tribe of Indians from central Oklahoma who speaks a polysynthetic language in which words are formed from various components so that complete, complex thoughts can be expressed in one carefully thought-out word. For example, “kutatii'i” is translated as “mine” and consists of several smaller words meaning “to own” and “to be”. It seems pretty simple, right?

But things can quickly get out of control. “Hetkaanuentiirahpuh” means “to dig a small trench or a ditch around the dwelling so that the sheep do not run far away.” “Ikstaahktikytiyuvuahak” means “to soil one's hands in a certain way (by a certain method is meant“ feces ”), because a person dreamed of this.”And yet Pawnee decided that the best way to call a hairdressing salon is “iririyaktakhkiktapirivu”. We dare to suggest that literally it means "a place for hair care, where people lead awkward small talk to avoid thinking that they allow strangers to touch themselves in a public place."

1. Tuyuka - language with 140 genera.

Tuyuka just tore everyone to shreds. On the verge of extinction, the language spoken by local Colombians, Tuyuka, is perhaps the most difficult language on Earth. It combines the most complex aspects of other rather difficult languages ​​into one linguistic tangle. Like pawnee, it is a polysynthetic language, so it is made up of carefully thought-out words created by combining smaller words, for example, “hayabyashirida” - “I don’t know how to write”.

In tuyuka 140 genera. In most of the languages ​​we are used to, the only “generic” noun modifiers are the masculine and feminine. Tuyuk speakers put this concept to a new level. They have a genus that means "the bark that does not fit tightly with the tree," and it can be safely used to describe ... baggy pants.

In addition, as in Archi, a large number of verb modifiers are in tune. Here it is used when you report an event. Here you must include the part of the word that determines how much you know it. For example, the ending -vi means "I know, because I saw it personally", while -hiei means "I guess." Undoubtedly, this makes conversations rather difficult. But there are also pluses - it is simply impossible to spot the conspiracy theory in a sentence spoken in this language.

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