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25 / M / Arapongas-Paraná
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Posted 6/22/15
Português do Brasil
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English, but I talk to my mom in French sometimes. Neither of us are natives though and while her vocabulary is extensive mine is kind of limited...
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It depends on whom I'm talking to.

But it switches between French and English.
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23 / M / Canada
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With my brothers, it's English, ASL(American Sign Language), few phrase from Polish, and our own homemade language.

For my mother, it's mix of ASL, PJM(Polish Sign Language), LSQ(Quebec Sign Language), International Sign Pidgin(basically, it's gesture) and sometime certain phrase of Greek Sign Language.

Dad-English/ASL (dad knew PJM, but we don't used it on each other. Only for mother)

Personally, I knew other than here is partly Canadian French and little Cree.
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20 / M / HTX
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I always speak Spanish with my parents on a daily basis.

That's why my English still needs some room for improvement since none of my parents speak fluent English.

Also, I was an ESL Student from Pre K- Seventh Grade.
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Since I am born and raised in Denmark and still live here, I speak danish. But there are alot of english words and phrases in the danish language, so I combine danish with a little english.
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19 / M / London
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Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Taiwanese i don't even know the difference anymore
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Spanish and English.
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portuguese, broken korean, broken Japanese, broken english
might try studying German sometime later, the language seems fun =p
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With my moms family English and German and with my dads family English with some Cherokee.
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With my family i speak Spanish but with my friends and at school i speak english
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I'm profoundly deaf, and i sign a gesture with Spanish only at home with my family, and ASL [American sign language] at work, or social, or a school] and plus i speak a bit Spanish and English, and i can read a lip as well
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Posted 6/22/15

AiYumega wrote:

I dont know how to explain it but it's all slang, no grammar, and really lazy sounding.

I will say the Californians who I know who have come to NY stick out like sore thumbs. They all have tans year round, speak differently, and complain too much I kid I kid. We dont need this again
Are you talking about the brooklyn accent? I rarely come across it. Most people in calfiornia don't sound like a valley girl either
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25 / M / UK
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Posted 6/23/15
Im fully English so I speak English at home, but im currently learning Japanese which annoys my fiance cuz i'll just start saying something in Japanese without realising it
Posted 6/23/15
English
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