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 Languages, How many do you speak?
Posted: Feb 22 2011, 08:01 PM


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I can speak 4 languages
my mothertongue Bosnish
Fluent German
Fluent Swedish and English^^
Posted: Feb 24 2011, 12:21 PM

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I feel very jealous of anyone that can speak more than three languages fluently.

My native tongue is Spanish, but I am fluent in English.
I studied French for a year, but decided to skip the second year in uni because I fear speaking it. D:
Posted: Feb 27 2011, 09:34 PM


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Two - Russian and English. Trying to learn Japanese, wish me luck, haha
Posted: Mar 5 2011, 04:09 PM


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first language: english
second language: chinese
other languages: very basic japanese (can write and read)

haha.. in school up to secondary school. english and chinese/malay are mandatory languages.. coz im chinese i do chinese. malays will learn malay instead..

in polytechnic i picked up japanese for 3 levels out of 6... but has returned everything back to my teacher... would v like to pick it up again when i got the money ^w^

p.s. might be out of topic.. i seem to live in a country that is in opposite time zone of the majority here? GMT +8 Singapore

Posted: Mar 17 2011, 12:20 PM


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polish (native)

and little german & russian (still learning) ;D
Posted: Apr 3 2011, 01:50 PM


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My native language is Indonesian/Bahasa... I can speak english(not so fluently because sometimes I mess up with the grammar)... And Japanese... But only for daily conversation ;P... I'm trying to learn Tagalog for now... wish me luck~!

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Posted: May 11 2011, 05:02 PM


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I speak two, english and chinese. I understand and speak just very basic japanese, very BASIC, just enough to help if i get lost in japan and i need directions.
Posted: May 11 2011, 09:27 PM


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I am only fluent in english but I am going to learn Dutch.
Posted: May 13 2011, 09:30 AM

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Wow... there's so many people whose first language ISN'T english (you guys are amazing)
1st: English (lucky me since I suck too badly at languages to learn it if I didn't know it already)
2nd: Korean (fluent speaker (whee! no accent) but crappy writing... pretty slow at reading. vocab level's also kind of sucky)
3rd: Japanese (let's... not talk about how much I fail at it)
4th: umm.... someday.... On the other hand, I can say hi in a whole bunch of languages XD
Posted: May 30 2011, 05:14 PM


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Just English. I took a lot of spanish over the years, but I still can't really use it; I can barely understand when spanish speakers come in to Subway and I can't ask them anything...That being said, I have english down to a T, especially in it's written form...

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Posted: Jun 13 2011, 07:07 PM

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English and Cantonese.
And LATIN (haha kidding, thought it would be awesome to speak Latin fluently...)

Posted: Jul 10 2011, 01:21 PM


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I can speak English and Cantonese and a little bit of Japanese.
Posted: Aug 7 2011, 05:03 AM


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my native language is indonesian. i can speak english and i'm learning korean now
Posted: Sep 16 2011, 12:21 PM

tsuki no akari/uragawa

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wow !!
so many talented people here ohmy.gif
my native language is Arabic, am fluent in english and Frensh and know a tiny tiny bit of Japanese biggrin.gif
Posted: Feb 14 2012, 01:57 AM

The freaking Typer of ZG

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my native language is filipino..
I speak english fluently..
sometimes I speak japanese and korean... though I'm only fluent in reading korean but translating kinda need to learn more biggrin.gif
Posted: Jul 23 2012, 04:46 PM


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I speak German (Good thing to, since I live in Germany. c_c) and English, both sort of fluently. I do understand Latin, thanks to some very horrible years in High School, and when I was little I also understood Vietnamese a little, though that knowledge is completely gone by now. I'd love to learn some Korean and Japanese, though I wouldn't know where to start. - I'm amazed how almost everyone here speaks at least three languages! ohmy.gif

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Posted: Aug 3 2012, 08:59 AM


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just 2. my main language and english. a little of chinese and russian too. tongue.gif
Posted: Sep 20 2012, 02:17 PM


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As far as actually holding conversations I only really know English, but I know enough Japanese to understand general conversation. Never took any classes or actually put any of it to practical use, so speaking, writing and reading are well behind. I actually took classes for Spanish, but haven't done anything with that since, so I'm beyond rusty. tongue.gif
Posted: Sep 20 2012, 06:31 PM


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My native language is Spanish, and a regional language from Spain too. And I've been learning English since school.

The other languages that I studied but I'm not that good now are German, French and Japanese.

Finally I studied Chinese for a year in my university, but I've almost completely forgoten U_U
Posted: Sep 27 2012, 06:22 AM


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Tagalog,Cebuano.English, Basic Chinese, and Basic Japanese. ...I say basic because enough to know enough words not to look like a bumbling tourist. OTL
Posted: Nov 20 2012, 06:06 AM


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I speak English & enough Vietnamese to survive, LOL.
I also studied Japanese for three years in high school.
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