I completely disagree.Well no idea cause it's in German, even the sweetest words look like angry to me.
I love every language I've ever heard. I love all types of accents of English and Spanish, even those that lots of people seem to dislike. I really go crazy with Indians speaking English, or Latin Americans speaking Spanish, totally in love with those accents. I can spend hours listening to languages I don't understand. I truly love languages of any kind in any situation. Special mention to Finnish, which sounds like what magical Elvish creatures would speak. But also Italian, Portuguese, Polish and many more!
There's just one exception, German. I don't get it really, why is it the only one that sounds bad to me?
Maybe I haven't had the right person whispering German into my earI completely disagree.
In contrast to you I understand and speak German. But when I compare it to all other languages I speak and/or understand, of which I find Spanish and Mandarin Chinese the most beautiful ones to listen to, I can tell you, it depends 100 % on the person talking.
Although I find the Chinese language beautiful, I can tell you that in daily life Chinese people shout more than Germans, which can make Chinese very aggressive and ugly. While most Germans usually talk quite calmly and quietly and then it sounds rather soft.
I don't think German is one of the most beautiful languages to speak of listen to, neither are e. g. English, Danish or Dutch in my opinion, but it is easy to make any language sound bad when being aggressive.
I think some English accents are quite pleasant to the ear, and that's probably true of most languages. Danish, however, is in a league of its own.I don't think German is one of the most beautiful languages to speak of listen to, neither are e. g. English, Danish or Dutch in my opinion, but it is easy to make any language sound bad when being aggressive.