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How Many Languages Do You Know and Speak Fluently?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Amaury, Feb 12, 2014.

  1. Amaury

    Amaury Well-Known Member

    Right now, just English. My native tongue is Spanish. However, I forgot a lot of it after learning English since it was barely ever spoken to me.

    I picked a lot of my Spanish back up thanks to my Spanish classes during my four years of high school, but I still can't carry on conversations in Spanish and the like.
  2. Jainic

    Jainic Active Member

    English and Korean!

    Yes using it frequently with the parents. Its nice to speak many languages, you learn the culture from it. The downside is that it can supposedly reduce word retrieval.. Sometimes I can't get the word I'm looking for!
  3. Tracy Perry

    Tracy Perry Well-Known Member

    English and redneck. :p

    Oh, I forgot the most important one... Texican.
    Last edited: Feb 12, 2014
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  4. Bob

    Bob Well-Known Member

    Montanglish, C, JAVA, PHP, PL/SQL, SQL
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  5. EQnoble

    EQnoble Well-Known Member

    English, embedded English, Street
    You almost didn't bring that widjadidja?
  6. xavimtz

    xavimtz Member

    I am from Mejico and in this country is very important learn other languages , especially the English. I have been study english for 10 months because I need a better opportunities in my life.Thanks to the internet I am studying english with some pages free for example: duolingo.

    I need your help if you speak other languages how can learn more fast? , I watch movies and tv series but unfortunately is very difficult for me and my pronunciation is poor. I donĀ“t use google translator because is very limited.
  7. Sador

    Sador Well-Known Member

  8. Stallyon

    Stallyon Active Member

    English, Indonesian and Thai. Unusual combination I know.
  9. Sheldon

    Sheldon Well-Known Member


    English and Sarcasm
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  10. Sheratan

    Sheratan Well-Known Member

    English, Indonesian, and a lot of native Indonesian language such as sundanese, javanese, etc.

    Living un Indonesia?
  11. MattW

    MattW Well-Known Member

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  12. Stallyon

    Stallyon Active Member

    No, Australia. Balinese wife :)
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  13. Sheratan

    Sheratan Well-Known Member

    Ohh! Balinese women are known as a great dancer. :)

    You dont want to learn balinese native language too? It helps when you are visiting Bali.

    You can get lots of great stuff with cheap price :p when shopping in Bali traditional shop
  14. DirtRider

    DirtRider Guest

    English and Afrikaans
  15. AWS

    AWS Well-Known Member

    German and English.
  16. woei

    woei Well-Known Member

    English, Dutch, German, Flemish ;) I also know my way around in French, but thats the bare minimum :p
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  17. EQnoble

    EQnoble Well-Known Member

    I liked your post because I had to look up Flemish to find out if it was real or not :). Turns out it is real and I still have to chuckle.
  18. Francesco V.

    Francesco V. Active Member

    • Italian, my mothertongue.
    • English, but i can't say i speak eanglish VERY fluently, almost as a mother tongue. Anyway i can understand what people say and they can understand me.
    • Little bit of German.

    Lucky anglo-people....the last big "empire" was England and now the world language is english. If only ancient roman succeded to resist another 1400 years maybe now all over the world people would speak italian :p
  19. Slavik

    Slavik XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    Fluently? English only.

    But I can normally find my way around:

    Some Japanese if spoken slowly.
    Some Latin
    Na'vi (nerd i know)
  20. iTuN3r

    iTuN3r Well-Known Member

    Get my way around Spanish still learning lol !
    Japnese still learning.

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