The study is published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
It looks at hundreds of languages and asks whether some languages are more beautiful than others.
The answer, according to the authors, depends on the beholder.
Some people find French, Italian, and German beautiful, while others find Japanese, Chinese, and Japanese beautiful.
Results from a new study suggest that the beauty of a language is largely determined by the listener, not the culture of the speaker.
No matter what culture you’re from, it’s hard to know which languages are the most beautiful.
Study participants rate different languages according to how beautiful they think they are, but regardless of culture, there seems to be a strong preference for certain types of voice.