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What languages do you speak?

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Spanish, Italian, Welsh ( very rusty) I speak them better than I write though, my spelling would be appalling, but I'm sure I could find an app if I needed to use them again. Oh, I forgot, I'm passable at English :)

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Swedish and English. Can read some Japanese. But dont know what the hell it means xD
 

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English is my language (well, American, as some would say it is a different language :D).

After 3 years of schooling, I can recognize most of the words on a menu in France and have the ability to converse with a shopkeeper in French - mostly to say "Bonjour" and "Pardon, ou est le WC, sil vous plait?"

Also took a semester of American Sign Language, which was neat...

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I speak Spanish and try to do English as well... Lol just because I'm not perfect, English is my second language. Anyway is not bad for a frog lol

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Howmuchisit gday I speak Aussie

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Spanish, Italian, Welsh ( very rusty) I speak them better than I write though, my spelling would be appalling, but I'm sure I could find an app if I needed to use them again. Oh, I forgot, I'm passable at English :)

That is so cool!


Swedish and English. Can read some Japanese. But dont know what the hell it means xD

Awesome!


English is my language (well, American, as some would say it is a different language :D).

After 3 years of schooling, I can recognize most of the words on a menu in France and have the ability to converse with a shopkeeper in French - mostly to say "Bonjour" and "Pardon, ou est le WC, sil vous plait?"

Also took a semester of American Sign Language, which was neat...

Marilyn

I have always wanted to learn sign language. :)

I speak Spanish and try to do English as well... Lol just because I'm not perfect, English is my second language. Anyway is not bad for a frog lol

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Yeah? See ~ I learned something new about you.;)


I got your PM.:)
 

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Filipino, Bisaya(dialects included?), Fookien Chinese, Mandarin Chinese, and English.
 

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j0yful said:
Filipino, Bisaya(dialects included?), Fookien Chinese, Mandarin Chinese, and English.

Now that IS impressive :)

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j0yful said:
Filipino, Bisaya(dialects included?), Fookien Chinese, Mandarin Chinese, and English.

Now that IS impressive :)

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no big deal really , every chinese speaks at least 3 languages. filipino, english and a fookien.
 

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j0yful said:
no big deal really , every chinese speaks at least 3 languages. filipino, english and a fookien.

Puts us to shame really!

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International Morse Code, Pig Latin, Deep Southern Bubba, and Esperanto.
 

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