Do You Speak Any Other Languages?

  • Jiffzy

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    I speak English, dutch and german
    August 8th, 2013 at 10:27am
  • WriteToLive

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    English and spanish, but I'm hoping to learn Slovak and SiZulu/SiSwati/Swahili too :)
    August 16th, 2013 at 05:17am
  • lonely girl.

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    English is my native tongue, and I want to continue learning German (I did it at my old high school, and I absolutely love it). I'm learning French at the moment, and took six years of Italian in primary school. (Not that we moved on from anything besides saying colours, numbers and general conversation Facepalm).

    Edit: I dropped French, and am still working on my German skills.
    August 16th, 2013 at 11:28am
  • Embery

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    I wish I had more than one, Canadian English is my native tongue with a bit of Canadian French (learnt in school all the way up to grade 9 but have forgotten most of it). Along with very, very little Korean (have been trying to learn for about 3 or 4 years, off and on).
    August 16th, 2013 at 06:16pm
  • marsflor

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    I've known Spanish and English since I was a baby, but I always try to touch up on my Spanish since I use English the most at school. I'd love to learn another language (maybe Italian? who knows) but since my new school only teaches Spanish as a foreign language class, that's kind of difficult.
    October 4th, 2013 at 12:30am
  • Silent Lamb

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    I speak quite a bit of French. Not entirely fluent, but I could probably have a basic conversation with another French speaker
    October 8th, 2013 at 04:57pm
  • I feel insane

    I feel insane (110)

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    French is my second language, though I don't speak it much compared to English.

    I'm also learning how to speak Irish.
    October 9th, 2013 at 04:35am
  • alexander bernadotte

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    english and hebrew. ^__^
    October 21st, 2013 at 01:10am
  • Alsoldey

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    English, Spanish, and just a wee bit of French.
    October 21st, 2013 at 01:19am
  • SaraHorlyk

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    Well I know how to speak Danish (obviously - it's my first language), then I know how to speak/write:
    English (In DK we start having English classes in 3rd grade of school).
    German (I know a very few words, but I learn/hear it almost daily since I only live 30mins from the German border, and then I guess I learn a bit by having a really good friend who're German - he's in my class in scholl (in Denmark) though - be he lives in Germany.
    Norwegian but not that much - it's just really easy to understand when you know how to speak Danish :)

    And then I had Spanish in school for 5 months, but I remember absolutely nothing from it, lol.
    October 24th, 2013 at 07:03pm
  • oh bear

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    English, though I suppose that's a bit obvious. Shifty
    Chinese, and not enough so I always sound like I'm struggling to talk.
    Cantonese, which is worse than my Chinese, but at least I can understand when people talk.
    French, but only a little bit, cos I took French for two years, and
    Spanish, and also only a little, cos I'm going to be taking it for two years.
    October 26th, 2013 at 05:58am
  • dr. faustus

    dr. faustus (1070)

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    French, Spanish & German
    October 27th, 2013 at 03:29am
  • The Real Mitt Romney

    The Real Mitt Romney (250)

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    I'm still learning French. I've just started studying Russian. And clearly I know English.
    October 29th, 2013 at 03:54am
  • Masha Mikhailovna

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    Spanish (native language), English and Hebrew fluently. Basic German and a little bit of Russian, though most are bad words. Weird
    October 30th, 2013 at 12:15pm
  • redsquare

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    November 1st, 2013 at 11:09am
  • millaindie

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    My first language is Norwegian but I speak English fluently(studied for over 10 years, learned it little by little through the years)
    German: I know a lot, but I don't speak it fluently.(studied for 5 years)
    Latin: I studied it, but I can't really speak it, I understand some.(studied for two years)
    Icelandic: I have studied some on my own, but I can understand some and speak some.(studied some on an off in my spare time some time ago, trying to take it up again)
    French: I understand a little bit(studied for 10 weeks)
    Spanish: I understand a little bit(studied for 10 weeks)
    Japanese: I know a lot, but can't speak it that well(studied for a year)

    I also understand a little of Danish and Swedish and can speak some, Danish not too well, though.
    November 7th, 2013 at 11:05am
  • the 1975

    the 1975 (200)

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    Obviously, English is my main language. However, I moved in with my aunt and uncle while in high school and my uncle speaks a ton of different languages (he's originally from Austria), so when I started learning French, he only let me speak with him in French. I took French, Italian and German in college, so I'm really comfortable with French and German, but not so much Italian. My mom's side of the family all speak fluent Italian, though.

    I really want to learn Russian, but my school doesn't offer it and there aren't any free classes around here that teach it the way there are Italian classes. I think I might Rosetta Stone-it.
    November 7th, 2013 at 04:57pm
  • steven g. rogers.

    steven g. rogers. (205)

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    Filipino is my first language, but English has become the language that I speak the most. I can speak Korean somewhat fluently and currently self-studying German.
    November 9th, 2013 at 03:55pm
  • Racoons

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    My first language is Spanish Cool Grew up "studying" English but didn't really learn anything until I moved to the US. Then I took about 4 years of French and I can kinda sorta understand it but I know I'm not great at speaking it. Now I'm teaching myself Swedish. I REALLY want to do study abroad in Sweden so I want to learn what's spoken there instead of relying on English only.
    November 11th, 2013 at 09:47pm
  • LoveandListen

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    Hi :) Spanish is my first language. I've been on English classes since I was a baby and 4 years ago I started learning Chinese.
    December 17th, 2013 at 09:54pm