World's most difficult languages
Tagalog - Also getting a score of four on the Effective Language Learning list is the official language of the Philippines, Tagalog.
Georgian - This language is almost entirely only spoken by the people of Georgia.
Mandarin - This is the most spoken language with roughly a billion Mandarin-speakers in the world, according to Babbel.
Cantonese - Along with Mandarin, Cantonese is also spoken throughout China and is an extremely useful (but difficult) language to learn.
Croatian - If you speak Croatian, then good on you! You know one of the world's most difficult languages.
The sacred language of Hinduism is as beautiful as it is hard to learn.
Polish - Learning Polish is no walk in the park.
Albanian - Albanian is spoken officially in Kosovo, Macedonia, and, of course, Albania.
Icelandic - Icelandic is an Indo-European language largely influenced by the languages of Danish and Swedish.
Hungarian - Not only spoken in Hungary, this difficult language is also heard in Serbia, Romania, Slovakia, and the Ukraine.
Persian - Persian, also known as Farsi, scored a four on the difficulty ranking list.
Basque - Basque is extremely difficult to learn as it is a language isolate, meaning it isn't similar to any other language which makes it that much harder to learn.
Korean - Korean is also a language isolate. It's hard to learn because of its completely different alphabet and grammatical structure.
Danish - Mutually intelligible to Norwegian is Danish, the official language of Denmark
Indonesian - Indonesian gets a score of three on the difficulty ranking list. The language is spoken in the Southeast Asian country of Indonesia.
Thai - Thai has a totally different alphabet, making it extremely hard to learn for English-speakers.
Arabic - Part of the difficulty with Arabic is that it's a language that is spoken differently depending on where you are.
Vietnamese - Another language with a different alphabet is Vietnamese.