The Language of Spanish/Espanol
Spanish is a great language. It is spoken all over the world resulting in more and more Americans (or just human beings for that matter) are learning Spanish as another lanugage. With the today's booming economy and business, it'd be best to know Spanish for international trade, selling, buying, etc.
What I like about Spanish is that many people speak it, so it makes myself want to speak it and learn about new, different, and other cultures/peoples. It's a little hard to learn at first because of it's different pronunciation of the alphabet compared to English. I'm not fluent in Spanish and I'm still learning many things.
One of the things that bothers me about this language is the different/new tenses Spanish has that English doesn't. It's pretty confusing. Also how words are conjugated between tenses, subjects of context, and then irregular verbs that don't follow so of the many rules.
I've started learning French and I have either found French to be an easier language or just easier because I already built some of my lanugage learning skills. The sound of Spanish can sound beautiful sometimes. It usually depends on the situation, attitude, and person. It sounds just like English where it can sound like regular dialogue, or beautiful and graceful, or quick and full of anger.
I like the Spanish music I hear. Most notably the CD Putumayo Presents: Mexico. I like the tones, rhythms, and of coures the music.