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How many languages do you speak (or plan to learn)?

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  1. 1. How many languages do you speak (or plan to speak)?



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I know English (obviously) and some German, but I'm horribly out of practice. I would love to learn Polish, though. I've got family over there somewhere and I'd love to get back in touch with them.

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I was learning Japanese, but now I don't know what to do. I'm too stubborn to give up but too lazy and stupid to continue. I hate the fact I went practically nowhere in three or four years, unable to memorize or learn much vocabulary. I worry that I may just have to give up and be ignorant about it.

 

I don't know why, but I tried learning Arabic, which stated off fine (though I doubt it would be much better), but my mother found out and forbade me to learn it in fear that others consider me a terrorist or something. So I am monolingual and may be like that for the rest of my life like a stupid lazy teenager. ちくしょ。。。

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I want to learn Japanese so that I can understand Japanese Smash 4 players. PAC-MAN gets pretty decent results there.

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Fluent: English, Italian, Spanish.

Medium: Portuguese, French.

Low: Catalan, German.

Currently learning: Esperanto.

 

Yes, Esperanto.

 

I'm a huge nerd lol

 

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I'm fluent in English, and I'm currently trying to learn Ponish. It's actually kinda easy, as it is somewhat similar to English.

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I can only fluently speak English, although I know some French, as I took classes for it in High School.

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Hebrew, English, Spanish (Mexico and Spain dialect), Japanese, decent Mandarin and an okay amount of Cantonese. I really want to learn Russian, Swedish, Lithuanian, Estonian, and Arabic.

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Pretty fluently? Cantonese and English.

Semi-decently? Mandarin.

Not there yet at all but still improving? French.

Currently learning but I barely know a word and am completely unable to initiate a conversation? Spanish

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Let's see

Local language : check

Indonesian : quite good

English : I guess I'm fine with that

French : basic structure is ok, need to learn some more vocabulary and more advanced sentence structures.

German : basic verb endings, check, but other than that I really need to review the lessons I have learned.

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German, English. Can you guess which one is my mother tongue?

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English is my native language. I'm also learning French (and eventually German) so I can go on to grad school in my degree in Musicology.

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I only know my native language, english. I took spanish class briefly in my freshman and sophomore year of high school but burned out with it...I don't know, I just don't have the patience for learning new languages, I'm happy with my own thank you. :laugh:

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I only know one language, though I doubt I need to specify which language it is. :mlp_toldya: I kind of want to learn French, since I'm Canadian, but I don't know if I'll ever have the patience.

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I speak English (obviously), a bit of French and a small bit of Welsh.

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I always wondered, do computer languages count here?

Anyway, I can only speak English (and of course my mother language).

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I speak English native,
I am learning Russian currently, but I am no-where near fluent, with more vocabulary and ability to pick out any words when speaking at normal speed being things I need to focus on (I can transliterate and speak using writing using the vocabulary I know)
 

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9 hours ago, Sherbert MGS said:

I speak English native,
I am learning Russian currently, but I am no-where near fluent, with more vocabulary and ability to pick out any words when speaking at normal speed being things I need to focus on (I can transliterate and speak using writing using the vocabulary I know)
 

Russian is a hard language, take your time for it!

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