Can Thai people understand Vietnamese and vice versa

Asian languages, do they understand each other easier?


I have this website called

who is responsible for languages ​​found.

I am very interested in languages. Now there are a few to see which languages ​​are easier to very difficult for a German to learn (from 600 to 2200 teaching hours). However, I am still missing a few other languages ​​that have not yet been added.

Now my question to the community, could you help me with my 11 added languages ​​(see below) under which Difficulty can be classified, for which you need little to a lot of time. So speak of the grammar, case cases, pronunciation, reading, vocabulary etc. you already know what I mean.

Here I have compiled a list of 11 languages ​​that are only of interest to me. You're welcome no Mention other language. They should under the 4 difficulty points added where you think the one language could fit?

  • Basque language
  • Navajo language
  • Indian language
  • Polish language
  • Tagalog language (spoken in the Philippines)
  • Slovak language
  • Vietnamese language
  • Icelandic language
  • Lithuanian language
  • Kazakh language
  • Quechua language

Here is the example:

With about 600 hours on fastest You can learn Afrikaans, Danish, French, Dutch, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish and Swedish.

in the midfield include Albanian, Greek, Croatian, Persian, Russian, Czech and Turkish with 1,100 lessons.

As already a little more difficult Finnish, Georgian, Mongolian, Thai and Hungarian are classified.

As Hardest nuts prove themselves with 2200 school hours of Arabic, Japanese, Cantonese, Korean and Mandarin.

I would be very grateful for your answers, even if this question is certainly not easy to answer.

There is definitely a helpful answer ;-) But you should do something about it.