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    French. :pierre: It just was the first to spring to mind.
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    Brazilian Portuguese. I'm currently studying the language but massively restricted to amount of time I can invest in it due to work commitments. It's such a beautiful language. Hopefully will pick Mandarin up next year when I'm (fingers crossed) going to be living in China for a year! And then I'd love to put my Portuguese to use in Brazil.
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      Nihongo (Japanese) which i'm attempting to learn now.
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      German and Russian. I used to do a bit of german, and Id like to work on it again.
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      Chinese and Korean I would love to visit both countries sometime in the future :P
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      At the moment I really want to learn Swedish but it would be useless :p: I speak French to a reasonable standard already, so... probably German :love:

      Or Gaelic, that would be pretty cool.
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      I really wanna learn Icelandic cos I find it a beautiful and appealing language. I'd also like to pick up French again but the German always seems to come out first.
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      I want and intend to learn Russian, though I am under no illusions as to how decrepit the country is.
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        I would love to learn French, German, Latin, Greek and Italian. (I wish).

        Simply so I can be exposed to a wide variety of European cultures and read certain literature texts in their original languages.
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        already in the process of learning the one I wanted-Turkish
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        Korean, Chinese Mandarin, Japanese, amoung some other ones but depends whether it is a country I like
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        Japanese so I can do business in the future.
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        Arabic I tried at GCSE but messed up I want to start again though. It's a great language.
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        Japanese or Italian
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        British Sign Language, and to be fluent in French (currently a rusty intermediate).
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        I'd like to learn the four prominent european languages, french, german, spanish and italian. More career-related than anything else, it's always good to know a bit and be able to have a casual chats with european clients in their native language.
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        (Original post by SoapyDish)
        British Sign Language
        Just watch tv past midnight, a lot of the shows have the person in the corner doing sign language.

        Jeremy Kyle has it, although the only signs that seem to be made are middle finger and ****er signs :awesome:
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        French - cause I was good at it.

        Pus I want to be able to make spontaneous trips to france/paris.
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        Icelandic, so I can understand what the lyrics by Sigur Rós mean
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        Spanish - improve it
        French - improve it
        Dutch - learn it
        Portuguese - learn it
        Italian - improve it
        Arabic - learn it
       
       
       
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