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Well, the Indonesian language (Bahasa Indonesia) is quite simple. No gender in third person singular. For plurality, all you have to do is repeat the word, so instead of pencils, you say pencil-pencil. Oh, and no Q and X. Indonesian has no native word that uses those letters.
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@zeytoun: yes and no. Ask anyone who has learned multiple languages and you'll hear how some languages are "easier" to learn than others.

Some languages are hard to learn because of complex (or irregular) grammatical rules (like English). Others are hard because of complex pronunciation (like Chinese).

On the flip side, I wonder what is the easiest language in the world?
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