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Apart from your native language what others do you know? or are you learning any new ones?

As in right now I know how to speak fluid english and spanish, I'm also taking french classes in school and italian in my free time

what about you!
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I speak English and Spanish.
I tried learning Italian but I gave up
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Sad thing is, I went to a French high school, but I haven't put it to use, so it's turned to crap for me.
I'm studying Korean and Japanese simultaneously, I can speak a little bit of Tagalog and understand it fluently, I can understand Spanish half of the time, and I want to learn Italian because of music. My Portuguese is terrible.

One day I'll try out Mandarin and Hokkien.
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I've been learning French for 6 years, Latin for 4 years and Greek for 3 years
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26 / M / Ecuador
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I'm learning french, I did hate it at first lol
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i speak sognoesse
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LubbockNR wrote:

Apart from your native language what others do you know? or are you learning any new ones?

As in right now I know how to speak fluid english and spanish, I'm also taking french classes in school and italian in my free time

what about you!


I have learned German (the structure). Now all I have to do is learn allllll the words.

Also, why I quoted, your name has Lubbock... Are you from there?
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All these motivated people... too shiny!
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Dark_Alma wrote:


LubbockNR wrote:

Apart from your native language what others do you know? or are you learning any new ones?

As in right now I know how to speak fluid english and spanish, I'm also taking french classes in school and italian in my free time

what about you!


I have learned German (the structure). Now all I have to do is learn allllll the words.

Also, why I quoted, your name has Lubbock... Are you from there?


Nah sorry to disappoint you, but I got my name from my favorite anime character Lubbock from "Akame Ga Kill"
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Does MATLAB count.
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Took Latin for seven years in middle school and high school. Taking Japanese in college.
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In order of what I've learnt:

1: English (Native)
2: French (Fluent)
3: Esperanto (B2)
4: Japanese (A1)

As far as languages go, I'd have to say Japanese has been the easiest so far for me, but that might just be because I have experience with other languages. It's a breath of fresh air not having to memorize 50 million different conjugations of the same verb.
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I know how to speak 1 other language
Not as fluently but I can still manage
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Posted 4/21/16

LubbockNR wrote:


Dark_Alma wrote:


LubbockNR wrote:

Apart from your native language what others do you know? or are you learning any new ones?

As in right now I know how to speak fluid english and spanish, I'm also taking french classes in school and italian in my free time

what about you!


I have learned German (the structure). Now all I have to do is learn allllll the words.

Also, why I quoted, your name has Lubbock... Are you from there?


Nah sorry to disappoint you, but I got my name from my favorite anime character Lubbock from "Akame Ga Kill"


Ahh. Not disappointed. I don't think anyone would be as stupid to put where they live in their name.

Tbh I think his name should have been translated to Lübeck. Seeing as a lot of the influence in that show stems from German language. It is pronounced the same way. The spelling of Mein (you see in a lot of anime) means Mine (current name), Leone is also German based. Makes you wonder lol.

Not to mention the Jägers (Jaegers). Hunters in German. I kinda want to look into this now. Tangent Subject Ahoy!
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Aside from English I speak French (fluently) & Japanese (intermediate). Learned German, Italian & Spanish so I can speak a little bit (just basic). Currently learning Korean 'coz I love watching K - drama
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