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Post Reply What foreign language do you want to learn or would like to learn?
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Probably be Chinese then Spanish.
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Italian
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I know English, Japanese, and some Spanish. Id either want to get better at Spanish or learn Arabic maybe.
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I wanna learn Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and French. I doubt I'll actually be anywhere close to fluent in any of those any time soon :/
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Japanese
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I have family living all over and places where I think it would be easier to learn the language to travel so I can go to lands where my ancestors live. I'd need to learn countless languages. X_X
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I'll just keep up with my Spanish and improve on Italian and French.
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Japanese or Arabic
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The one where I never say the wrong thing to a girl
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Tagalog, or Japanese so I can read Japanese doujinshi.
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Tagalog, or Japanese so I can read Japanese doujinshi.


I can speak fluent Tagalog and I can't really think of a good reason to learn the language other than to watch movies or watch the TV shows. Pretty much everyone in the country can at least understand some English and a huge percentage of people in most urban or developed areas are at least proficient in it. English movies in the country are shown across the country without subtitles.

As for Japanese, it's a fun language to learn but far from being an easy one. I do enjoy speaking and conversing what little Japanese I know and it's exciting when you realize you're able to read or watch media you've always enjoyed without the aid of subtitles. If you really want to learn either language, why not start today? Japanese is, however, something that a lot of people learn out of passion but not necessity. Unless you plan to work for a Japanese company or require to pass the JLPT to get the job, you can get by traveling around the country with a very simplistic knowledge of the language and a pocket Wi-Fi.

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OT: Currently learning Japanese. One of these days, I plan to go back to studying Spanish although I know enough to communicate basic information and needs for work purposes and small talk. Other than that, maybe German.
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French (I can say I'm almost fluent), German, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish.
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I don't remember posting here, so here goes.

I am a native English speaker. I would love to learn Japanese, Korean, Italian, and French. Unfortunately I am not fluent in any of those languages. I am planning on learning one language at a time and stick with it until I feel comfortable enough with it before moving on to another language.
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I'd hone my command of the English language before bothering to learn any others. There's always so much more to learn about the intricacies of English. Even though it's my natural spoken language, I can't deny its complexity...through honing my grasp of it, I feel like I'd be better at holding conversations in person. I'm not very good at that unless it's just a basic conversation about nothing in particular, lol.

But if I had to pick a second language, Spanish or French if I wanted to utilize a bilingual skill where I live; or in a make-believe scenario, Mandarin for business purposes as we move forward (but to be honest, I have zero interest in business so I'd never bother).
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Klingon or Newfie. The most magical of languages.
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