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AsherGZ    480

English and Urdu. Although it's been quite a while since I read or wrote anything in Urdu. I wish I could speak Japanese though. Even got a few For Dummies books and downloaded some Japanese language learning apps on my phone but so far it looks even harder than Urdu.

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Stoffel    1,810

Dutch and English

But I can get by in Spanish and understand a fair amount of German and French, just can't reply :)

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Athlonite    81

English (and vowel when I'm drunk)  :woot:

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Top Qat    193

Just English :(

Always been a little jealous of people that can speak multiple languages, I think it's pretty cool.

I think your brain needs to be wired the right way. Some people pick up languages easily, some (like me) don't seem to be able to get it.

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Setnom    688

Portuguese (native), English and Spanish. I know a bit French and a bit Italian.

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]SK[    109

Like 99% of Brits I only speak English :(

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ali555    0

I can speak English and urdu. But I try to learn more languages.

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Xerax    182

1, including English.

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Grinch    163

I speak 3. English, Java and C#. :p

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Knife Party    630

I speak Afrikaans, English, some creole (french mauritian) and fully understand Dutch. Afrikaans is more like flemish, which is why.

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+Zlip792    459

English and Urdu. Although it's been quite a while since I read or wrote anything in Urdu. I wish I could speak Japanese though. Even got a few For Dummies books and downloaded some Japanese language learning apps on my phone but so far it looks even harder than Urdu.

 

Watch Japanese anime - subbed, you will learn and speak words more quickly and manage to learn few basic words quickly.

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AsherGZ    480

Watch Japanese anime - subbed, you will learn and speak words more quickly and manage to learn few basic words quickly.

 

I do and I already know a few basic words. I'm talking about reading and writing Kanji.

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ZakO    339

Finnish, Swedish, English and I can hold basic conversations in French. I'm hoping to start learning Spanish soon too because I'd like to live in Spain for a few years.

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ozgeek    157

English and Auslan.

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Ambroos    803

Dutch, English, French, some Danish and I can usually understand most German but have difficulty speaking it.

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NightScreams    97

The only one I need to live in my country. :)

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+Zlip792    459

I do and I already know a few basic words. I'm talking about reading and writing Kanji.

 

Oh Yeah!!! For this I think "ghacks" blog guy "Martin" who is also little into Kanji posted few good suggestions, I try to find them.

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Semtex    5,924

Polish native, English, German and Dutch, but I didn't use Dutch since 5/6 years so I'm rusty now.

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Tha Bloo Monkee    591

English and French.

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Hardcore Til I Die    286

English and bull-shi.  :rofl:

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mastercoms    434

I write, read, and speak in English, Persian, and Spanish, but I only read and speak in Arabic.

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DJ-Light    10

Spanish and English

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spikey_richie    173

English and Spanish. Spanish is a necessity here in Southern California.

 

Only if you want to know what the staff in Taco Bell are saying about you whilst you wait for your order.

 

I speak, read & write in English, Elvish and Parseltongue.

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kalkal    399

Only one, but I'm a very private person and would prefer not to disclose which language it is.

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Edith82    2

I speak German but unfortunately not as good as I want to :( Hopefully a quick Euro trip that I'm about to take will make it better

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