bribon77

Level 33
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Well, I've always been curious to know how Spanish sounds in the ears of others who don't speak it.

But in this case, I ask you, what is the language that sounds best to you, it is not worth saying yours, if not another.

In my case,1 French and 2 Portugues from Brazil sound good to me.

Although I speak Portuguese because I have been there for a long time.
 

goodjohnjr

Level 2
Well, I've always been curious to know how Spanish sounds in the ears of others who don't speak it.

But in this case, I ask you, what is the language that sounds best to you, it is not worth saying yours, if not another.

In my case,1 French and 2 Portugues from Brazil sound good to me.

Although I speak Portuguese because I have been there for a long time.

Hello @bribon77,

Maybe Parisian/Standard French, Esperanto, Castilian Spanish, British English.

-John Jr
 

Burrito

Level 23


I know this is not fully representative, but, jump forward to: 2:21:00

There are a series of Les Miserables Jean Valjean's singing in different languages...

And yes, vocal quality and signing ability make a difference in the comparison. And singing is different than speaking.

That stated -- I really like in this performance:

French
Japanese
Swedish
Polish
Austrian (This one is great in the vid)
Norwegian
 
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