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My native language is English. I took a bit of Spanish in high school. And I had a friend from Mexico who taught me some Somehow I caught on quite well with it. I can read Spanish pretty darn well and understand it spoken, however, grammar hahaha riiiight. I can possibly get my point across. I really want to get back to learning it some time.

 

I wouldn't mind learning French either or possibly German.

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English and Chinese are used interchangebly, as both my first languages.

 

Living in a bilingual country, it is essential for these 2 languages to be mastered. A few phrases of Malay, Tamil, Korean and Japanese and morsels of dialects thrown in too.

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My native language is English, took 5 years of French but I'm not really fluent. I'd like to learn German, Hebrew, and possibly Russian. At the moment, though, I just don't have time sad.gif

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Fluent in English and Norwegian.

And understand and write(obvious, they are so similare to Norwegian) Swedish and Danish. Also understand some French, but thats not much tongue.gif

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I speak fluent English (obviously, haha), and some basic Japanese. I never took foreign language classes in school. >>

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I am fluent in English, I know a decent amount of French, and I am currently learning Japanese. I also know bits and pieces of about 5 or 6 other languages, but not nearly enough to be worth mentioning.

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Fluent in English and Spanish, and I also speak very broken Italian.

Edited by MURDERcomplexx

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I only speak English, but I want to learn a bunch of languages.

 

Real ones: Mandarin, Japanese, German, Ancient Greek

 

Fake ones: Mando'a, Romulan, Elvish (Tolkien and Paolini)

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I was talking to my counselor at school about college, and we were talking about how I could do double majors if I wanted to: Japanese and something else (computer science as of now). Yay 8D 'Tis possible for me to learn~

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My mother language is German and i speak English. I can speak a tiny bit Japanese (would like to learn it)

 

Languages i would love to learn:

 

Italian

Japanese

French

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I was born in singapore so I know chinese/mandarin very well. English is now my main language. I also know cantonese and a little bit of korean and hokkien smile.gif

 

I would LOVE to learn:

fully korean

japanese

italian biggrin.gif

french

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I'm afraid i'm really boring, i can only speak english.....well apart from the small bits of french i remember from school.......

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I speak and write fluent in Swedish, and since Norwegian is pretty much like Swedish I understand it quite well too.

I suppose I understand English too, but I really suck to write and speak it; however I understand it as good as I understand Swedish when I read things someone else write or when someone speaks it.

Then I know some Spanish (about one year ago I had Spanish lessons in school, but I don't have it these days, and it feels like I've forgot everything I learned back then) and by watching anime and listen to songs I've been able to understand at least some Japanese too (though, I really want to take Japanese lessons since I really like that language, but I don't think that's a good idea since it's really hard for me to learn different languages, it's even things in Swedish I haven't been able to understand yet, I'm dyslectic so that's probably why it's so hard for me to learn languages - which is really bad for me since I love to write stories and poems).

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I only speak English, but I want to learn a bunch of languages.

 

Real ones: Ancient Greek

No. No you do not.

 

Ancient Greek is a PAIN. X.x

 

/still scarred

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No. No you do not.

 

Ancient Greek is a PAIN. X.x

 

/still scarred

Unfortunately, you couldn't be more right. >> *has an exam coming in a couple of days*

 

My native language is Greek, I'm pretty fluent in English and can speak enough German to chat about a variety of topics, but nothing too advanced. I always found Spanish and Italian very interesting...I'll probably start learning one of those the year after next, when I'll finally be done with school. :3

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I speak English (obviously xd.png) and that's the language I'm fluent in. I took 3 years of French but I still wouldn't call myself fluent. xd.png

 

I want to learn Latin and Ancient Greek. o.o

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My birth language is Danish.

Others have told me that I speak English almost fluently, although I don't think so..

 

I had German in school, but I never really picked up on it.

I taught myself some Quenya and some Sindarin long before I even read the Lotr books..

*thinks*

Oh, and I've picked up some Japanese from watching anime, but I wouldn't call it proper knowledge of the language..

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I'm from Spain so I speak Spanish, I also speak in English and a bit French.

I really want to learn Japanese.

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Hablo inglés y un poco español. Quiero aprender japones, chines, latín, y el alemán; me interese las idiomas muco. smile.gif

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I speak English, and took Latin for four years in high school, but I can't speak it. I would love to learn Greek, French and Italian, but that costs money, which I don't have much of.

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Actually, correction to what I posted up there:

 

Quiero aprender todos las idiomas en el mundo, y las idiomas imaginario, también--Quenya, Sindarin, Lojban--y las idiomas de las computadoras (Python, perl, y otras).

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Hablo inglés y un poco español. Quiero aprender japones, chines, latín, y el alemán; me interese las idiomas muco. smile.gif

Hey, I actually understood most of that!

 

"I speak English and a little Spanish. I want to learn Japanese, Chinese, Latin, and German." (the rest I didn't get.)

 

Did I get it right?

 

Edit: I'm gonna try a little Na'vi. Here goes:

 

Oe plltxe 'Ìnglìsì sì nì'it lì'fya leNa'vi. Oe nerume pxay lahea aylì'fya.

 

"I speak English and a little Na'vi. I am learning many other languages." Pretty simple, but I'm just beginning.

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I speak English, and I'm pretty good at Spanish. I'd like to learn Latin, Italian, Korean, and Na'vi.

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