Janet Byron Anderson

Janet Byron Anderson works as a language consultant and lexicographer in Medical English. She\'s also a medical editor and has written widely on issues of medical language and the English language in general; for example, the book \"Sick English: Medicalization in the English Language\" (2012). She\'s an expert on the history of the English language. Her medical work requires her to keep up her knowledge of French and German, and to follow changes in these languages. Contact: LinkedIn:http://www.linkedin.com/pub/janet-byron-anderson/99/97/9b1 Twitter:@janetbyronander Email: medlinguistics@sbcglobal.net
Role: Journalist, Opinions
No. of articles: 1
Email: janet.anderson@themunicheye.com

German should be easier than French, but is it?

Why is German harder to learn than French?
"French is prettier than German" Or "It's the language of love". "It's melodic, less harsh". "French is easier". Admittedly not every learner of the...