How many languages can you speak?
18th September 2009 02:35 #1
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Just wonderin .. :)

I can speak a bit korean, bit japanese and a bit french.. all abit haha ..
20th September 2009 15:11 #2
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English, a little Spanish, and some Japanese. I am learning Polish
18th October 2009 23:46 #3
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Engrish And Japanese :P
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19th October 2009 16:50 #4
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Irish, English, German and French fluently :)

I want to learn Italien and Spainish in the future, possible Finnish.
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19th October 2009 22:03 #5
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Originally posted by ChildishDelusion
Irish, English, German and French fluently :)

I want to learn Italien and Spainish in the future, possible Finnish.
Good lord!!!! Why do you need to know all those languages!?!?
20th October 2009 17:43 #6
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Well Irish is my native language, and everyone here knows English so thats two. French is spoken in a few countries so its handy to know. German is awesome, plus one you know it youve pretty much got Dutch down aswell.

The others cause I like the sound of them, plus the idea of travelling Europe and being able to get around is appealing to me ^^
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21st October 2009 21:32 #7
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Alright. Now it makes sense. You my be recruited as a linguist, which would actually be a really cool job.
20th March 2010 04:53 #8
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i can hardly speak english lol. i took spanish I and II at my school but the teacher was, well, a little weird and letrls leave it at that...
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3rd August 2010 13:20 #9
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English, Korean, learning spanish at school, and little bits and phrases of other languages.
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3rd August 2010 13:26 #10
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English, Tagalog/Filipino, Visayan/Cebuanon, and a little Japanese..


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3rd August 2010 13:39 #11
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english, of course, fluent in french, tiny tiny bit of Japanese and a little Irish (have to know some because my family's irish, quite bad at it)
3rd August 2010 14:47 #12
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I can speak 4 languages: english, bad english, a bit of spanish and a bit of japanese.
3rd August 2010 14:48 #13
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what's the forth one?
3rd August 2010 20:48 #14
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English, French, Spanish, understand german, speak very little japanese, and with speaking french, you are able to understand creole as well, but that is on an unofficial list. And a bit of Hebrew as well.
ME LIKE MANGA
4th August 2010 07:03 #15
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hmph..

i envy people who speak a lot of language fluently..

i wanna learn french but they say its very difficult to learn..

*sighs*

don't worry nget918..

someday..

someday..


meow :3
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