The Three Languages is a German fairy tale collected by German brothers, academics, linguists, and cultural researchers Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm under number 33 in Grimm's Fairy Tales. They were among the best-known storytellers of folk tales and popularized stories such as "Cinderella", "Hansel and Gretel", "Rapunzel" and "Snow White". The story goes about a son of a count that could learn nothing. Frustrated the count sent his son to a master that could teach him something. One year later son came back saying he now can three languages: what dogs say, what birds say and what frogs say. Angry father drove him out because of son’s uselessness. Will the son manage to survive? How these languages will help him? Find it out by reading this exciting story.