Although neurophysiologists might quibble: they say there are languages that perceive poorly even speakers, such as Chinese or Arabic.
In addition, language is a complex system consisting of several parts, including writing or phonetics. There are languages with complex phonetic structure, many different sounds, hard-to-happen sound combinations, complex intonations and melodies. Other, simpler in sound, languages can be distinguished by a confusing and difficult to perceive writing system.
The most complex language in the world
This title is very controversial, but many scholars hold the view that the most difficult language for foreigners to learn is Basque. It is not in any language family, that is, it is not related to any known group of languages, not even dead ones. That is, for a person of any nationality, he will be difficult to perceive.
The Guinness Book of World Records names the most complex languages of the Haida Indian tribe living in North America, the adverb of Chippewa Indians, Eskimo, Chinese and Tabasaran, in which says a group of people in Dagestan.
Most complex languages in terms of writing
There is no doubt that ideographic writing is more difficult to perceive than phonetic: that is, harder to study system of hieroglyphs or ideograms denoting different concepts than an alphabet consisting of a certain number of signs that correspond to sounds. From this point of view, one of the most complex languages can be called Japanese: its writing is not merely hieroglyphic, but also consists of three systems, two of which are phonetic. That is, you have to learn a huge set of characters borrowed from Chinese (but, unlike the Chinese, the Japanese didn’t bother to simplify the spelling of complex ancient signs), and syllabic alphabets katakana and hiragana, and in addition, it is necessary to determine in which cases which letter is required to be used.$
Chinese, too, has hieroglyphic writing, so creates some difficulties for learners.
The most complex languages in terms of phonetics
By sounding Japanese, on the contrary, cannot be called complex: it consists of a set of syllables that are very similar in pronunciation to Russian sounds, although may present some difficulties for other foreigners. Chinese is more complicated: it uses sounds that do not exist in many other languages of the world. In terms of pronunciation, Russian is also considered difficult: one sounds “r” and “s” are worth a lot.
But linguists call Marbi’s most complex phonetics language — the dead adverb of one equatorial island nation, which used sizzling, growling sounds, bird chirp and even finger-snapping.