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El Spanish is my first language. I successfully picked up English in my elementary years. I tried to pick up mandarin, but failed since it's not spoken that much in Texas, relatively speaking.
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Yup. I'm learning Japanese though because...just because.
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Yes it is! I can speak cantonese as well hehe (a little korean and mandarin).
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English is my first language, I learned Spanish to pick up chicks.
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Firedestroyer wrote:

You bilingual people are lucky.. English is my first language, which I feel like I was pretty lucky for. But America has some problems, and I kinda wanna immigrate soon. And Japan happens to be a pretty good candidate, as far as I can see (for many reasons).

But first, I kinda have to learn Japanese (I suppose I could always do that after I'm in Japan, but that'd be too much of a limiting factor). Which I'm sure will be much easier once I know hiragana, katakana, and Japanese grammar. The only thing I'm worried about is kanji.. And my own willpower (suppose that makes 2 things, huh?)..


Japanese is a tough language, but if you're motivated you will eventually get there. Be wary about Japan though, there are some aspects of the culture that are kinda messed up. (looking at you work culture) 2 of my friends live there. One is married to a Japanese woman and her family fully accepts him and he works at his father-in-law's bakery the other is dating a Japanese woman and her family refuses to speak to him, so while some people are with the time others are still pretty bigoted towards outsiders. My advice go get your English teaching certificate spend a year or two and then make your decision.
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English is my first language, but I do know Latin.....though a little rusty on it since it's been like three years. I would like to pick Latin back up, just need to learn what I did with my textbooks.

On Languages I would like to learn- Japanese, Hebrew, Spanish, and French
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English is my first language and Japanese is my second language though. I found Japanese easy to learn though I took it back in high school and I'm slowly relearning the language (mainly Kanji since I understand hiragana and katakana) plus I understand most spoken Japanese if I listen to things carefully but translating is the level I want to be at plus being able to speak it fluently as well.
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Posted 2/9/15 , edited 2/9/15

kevz_210 wrote:


Firedestroyer wrote:

You bilingual people are lucky.. English is my first language, which I feel like I was pretty lucky for. But America has some problems, and I kinda wanna immigrate soon. And Japan happens to be a pretty good candidate, as far as I can see (for many reasons).

But first, I kinda have to learn Japanese (I suppose I could always do that after I'm in Japan, but that'd be too much of a limiting factor). Which I'm sure will be much easier once I know hiragana, katakana, and Japanese grammar. The only thing I'm worried about is kanji.. And my own willpower (suppose that makes 2 things, huh?)..


Japanese is a tough language, but if you're motivated you will eventually get there. Be wary about Japan though, there are some aspects of the culture that are kinda messed up. (looking at you work culture) 2 of my friends live there. One is married to a Japanese woman and her family fully accepts him and he works at his father-in-law's bakery the other is dating a Japanese woman and her family refuses to speak to him, so while some people are with the time others are still pretty bigoted towards outsiders. My advice go get your English teaching certificate spend a year or two and then make your decision.


Alright. Culture will be a thing, huh?

I'm generally good at adapting to culture and such, but it seems there might be cases where that won't really help.


Well, I'm sure if I keep working at it, I'll be fine. I'm not the first in my family to have immigrated, and I believe most of my blood isn't actually American (and yet, I can only speak English). Hopefully, from a genetic standpoint (I like genetic standpoints), I'll have an advantage.
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Yes. Being born in the U.S. It makes the most sense to have English be my first language. I'm currently taking a class in Filipino.
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Yes, English. We use it everyday at work or at school. but at home, we jumble up english and and our own.
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It was the first language I got down fluently. I spoke it so much, I forgot Cambodian and now I can barely understand my parents anymore.
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Yes and French is my second language.
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No. But bacon is.
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Icarusgamer98 wrote:

Well, kinda. I was born bilingual


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