#1 Posted by DwightSpitz (577 posts) - - Show Bio

Always fun to see where people are from/have roots from or just know the language for the sake of it. I speak English, French & Swedish fluently while my Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Amharic & Breton is everything from all right to poor but understandable. I also understand Patois (Jamaican English).

So how about y'all? What languages do you know or understand?

#2 Posted by TifaLockhart (15432 posts) - - Show Bio

Uno.

#3 Posted by DwightSpitz (577 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_last_son_of_czarnia: Language is the only barrier that separates people from each other, you should take the time to learn a second at least, I'm guessing you live in America so wouldn't Spanish be a good idea? (since Spanish will probably be the official language of the U.S. in about 50 years).

#4 Edited by TifaLockhart (15432 posts) - - Show Bio

@dwightspitz: me llamo andres. No hablo Español. Yo soy estupido. :-(

#5 Posted by DwightSpitz (577 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_last_son_of_czarnia: Haha, no te preocupes, la inteligencia no se mide en el rendimiento escolar como muchos parecen pensar.

#6 Posted by TifaLockhart (15432 posts) - - Show Bio

Haha, not fun? Intelligence is not something basic something something?

#7 Edited by consolemaster001 (6917 posts) - - Show Bio

Türkçe

English

Русский яазык

العربية

#8 Posted by DwightSpitz (577 posts) - - Show Bio

No, intelligence isn't measured based on your school performance, people who believe it is so are the real idiots. My father & mother comes from completely different countries with different linguistic groups, so I'm lucky to have grown up with 4 languages. Basically it's all about prioritizing, do you think I got good math & science grades after learning all of these languages? Haha, I failed miserably.

#9 Posted by TifaLockhart (15432 posts) - - Show Bio

@dwightspitz: I'm interested in learning languages but I flunked miserably in school at them.

#10 Posted by Mucklefluga (2651 posts) - - Show Bio

English is my main, studied Spanish for 5 years at school. Know a bit of French from lessons in primary school. And i taught myself a bit of Italian using the interwebs.

#11 Edited by DwightSpitz (577 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_last_son_of_czarnia: From my experience learning a language like you do in school is pretty worthless. The reason I know a little Italian, Spanish & Portuguese is because they're all Latin languages (like French which is my native language) so my learning curve was a lot faster, but the people in my classes (I live in Sweden) couldn't even introduce themselves after 3 years...

Try to get some private or smaller group courses when you're not studying for anything else. Learning a new language requires practice, patience & dedication, especially Latin ones (I guess you've noticed how fast we all speak).

#12 Edited by Durakken (1930 posts) - - Show Bio

Well spoken and such... 1

I can pick up languages easy I just don't hold onto them... Grew up learning Spanish... the Latin... then French. Semi-learned some Japanese.

I don't use other languages enough to learn them or vocabulary enough to say anything in them. Funny thing since I have looked into constructing languages and have delt with a number of langauges that way. One thing that keeps me from learning Japanese is their phonographs... to many look alike in katakana and I seem to be blind in some way to hirigana words lol Even when I do know the word I have a hard time finding it.

I've thought it might be evil to use ancient egyptian text to screw with people though.

#14 Posted by TheTrueBarryAllen (9400 posts) - - Show Bio

English is my primary language, though I'm poor with it's grammar in many instances.

Also took 4 years of Latin & 2 years of Ancient Greek.

#15 Posted by silkyballfro94 (4028 posts) - - Show Bio

English, Spanish though not fluent, French which is basic.

#16 Edited by Batman242 (4913 posts) - - Show Bio

I speak English only.

I only know the basics of Spanish, but I really wanna learn Italian, German, Russian, Greek and Japanese.

I speak with a dialect/accent that most of you won't understand too, so I guess that counts :D

#17 Posted by scorpion2501 (7883 posts) - - Show Bio

Dutch(native)

French(Learning it for 5 years.)

English.

A bit Japanese and a bit German.

#18 Posted by Angryprune (747 posts) - - Show Bio

Fluently?

English

Chinese

Welsh

French

Sort of:

German

Afrikaans

#19 Posted by The_Lunact_And_Manic (3296 posts) - - Show Bio

0.

#20 Edited by Bruxae (16777 posts) - - Show Bio

Im mute.

#21 Posted by joshmightbe (26583 posts) - - Show Bio

English is the only real language I speak but I am fluent in drunk speak, since I don't drink much any more I often act as translator when at social gatherings.

#22 Edited by mrdecepticonleader (19380 posts) - - Show Bio

I am fluent in over six million forms of communication.

#23 Posted by Dragonborn_CT (26021 posts) - - Show Bio

Portugues and English.

#24 Edited by Ms. Omega (4829 posts) - - Show Bio

English and French

#25 Posted by Joygirl (20855 posts) - - Show Bio

Mastery of English, a smattering of Spanish, a little bit of Sindarin.

#26 Posted by Dabee (2421 posts) - - Show Bio

Always fun to see where people are from/have roots from or just know the language for the sake of it. I speak English, French & Swedish fluently while my Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Amharic & Breton is everything from all right to poor but understandable. I also understand Patois (Jamaican English).

So how about y'all? What languages do you know or understand?

Thanks for making me feel like a typical dumb American. >.> I kid, of course.

#27 Posted by TDK_1997 (16120 posts) - - Show Bio

Bulgarian,English and I'm currently learning Italian and German.

#28 Posted by Supreme_Maj (310 posts) - - Show Bio

I speak English & French fluently i want to learn Spanish and German but later too busy with what i am doing right now. DwightSpitz ton francais est toujours bon ? Le pratique tu assez souvent la ou tu te trouve? Ou tu n as personne avec qui parlE .

#29 Posted by Katrin_Romanoff_004 (962 posts) - - Show Bio

English, learning Latin

#30 Edited by warlock360 (28180 posts) - - Show Bio

The same thread has been done to death :D

German, English little bit polish, Japanese and stuff to get you through the country in French, Italian

borderline Latin / Greek too. Can count from 1 - 10 in Hebrew as well <.>

#31 Edited by DoomDoomDoom (4292 posts) - - Show Bio

English obviously, I can read French OK but I cannot speak it. I have a horrible problem with pronunciation no matter the language.

#32 Posted by Loki9876 (3326 posts) - - Show Bio

Dutch, English, French not the best french and a tiny bit of German.

#33 Posted by Superskrull86 (1883 posts) - - Show Bio

French, English, and Spanish. Does sign language count?

#34 Edited by silkyballfro94 (4028 posts) - - Show Bio

Español, Ingles, y Frances.

L'Anglais, Français, et L'Éspanol.

English, French, and Spanish.

#35 Posted by JediXMan (33449 posts) - - Show Bio

English, Sicilian, and very little French.

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#36 Posted by _Raven_ (47 posts) - - Show Bio

English and Spanish.

#37 Posted by theTimeStreamer (2845 posts) - - Show Bio

master of english & romanian, good french, mediocre japanese, very little italian (thank you rai1 & 2)

#38 Posted by russellmania77 (17100 posts) - - Show Bio

i bearly speak one

#39 Posted by buttersdaman000 (13922 posts) - - Show Bio

Fluent English and survivors french, meaning if you threw me in the slums of France right now with no money or shelter, I could at least make my way for a while. I used to be nearly fluent in it but I moved back to the United States and, with no one to speak to, my skill with the language started to wane. I'm trying to get it back up though.

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#40 Posted by kuonphobos (5191 posts) - - Show Bio

One at a time.

#41 Posted by PeppeyHare (4328 posts) - - Show Bio

English,French, and a little Spanish

#42 Posted by knightofthechronicle (1097 posts) - - Show Bio

Mainly English, a little Latin, almost no Spanish.

#43 Posted by SheenLantern (7409 posts) - - Show Bio

English, French and Spanish.

#44 Posted by Yokergeist (12483 posts) - - Show Bio

English.

I'm learning Deutsche though.

#45 Posted by MonsterStomp (25876 posts) - - Show Bio

i bearly speak one

I know right. The English vocabulary is so huge.

#46 Posted by DwightSpitz (577 posts) - - Show Bio

@supreme_maj: Non, ma mère elle est 100 % francaise alors à la maison on est toujours en France, c'est mon "premier nationalité" si tu veux. Mais ca fais quoi la, 10 ans que je ne vive pas en France peut être.

#47 Edited by DecoyElite (4021 posts) - - Show Bio

One. Although it's my life's goal to know how to say I'm covered in bees in all languages.

So far I've only gotten it memorized in Spanish.

#48 Posted by knighthood (1826 posts) - - Show Bio

English and Spanish (more or less) and bits and pieces of others.

#49 Edited by consolemaster001 (6917 posts) - - Show Bio
#50 Posted by grimlock (1583 posts) - - Show Bio

english, latin, greek, swahili, dothraki and valeryan