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    Fluent in English, Dutch and German. Trying to become fluent in Mandarin, Russian and French.

    German and Dutch are quite similar, and being Dutch in blood, it wasn't hard to pick it up.

    I found out I had a flare for languages, so I'm trying to learn as many as possible.

    My Father is fluent in 9 languages, but being the head of Rotterdam Dock's Security Force, he has to speak most main languages. I think I get it from him.
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    (Original post by Rosalind)
    So far, English and French!

    I'm learning Spanish though, and as I'm so comfortable speaking French I find it really hard not to use French words in Spanish conversations, has anyone else had this!?!?
    YES!!! totally started speaking Polish to my German teacher the other day...
    Doesn't happen too often though
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    English and Mandarin fluent
    Understand Cantonese
    German GCSE
    Self-teaching Korean and Malay
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    (Original post by Rosalind)
    So far, English and French!

    I'm learning Spanish though, and as I'm so comfortable speaking French I find it really hard not to use French words in Spanish conversations, has anyone else had this!?!?
    I find this sometimes! and the other way round

    can't wait to go to uni and be fluent in both of them though I'd like to learn Italian beyond basic tourist level too :')
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    I'm fluent in Dutch, English, Persian and Pashto
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    (Original post by DH-Biker)
    Fluent in English, Dutch and German. Trying to become fluent in Mandarin, Russian and French.

    German and Dutch are quite similar, and being Dutch in blood, it wasn't hard to pick it up.

    I found out I had a flare for languages, so I'm trying to learn as many as possible.

    My Father is fluent in 9 languages, but being the head of Rotterdam Dock's Security Force, he has to speak most main languages. I think I get it from him.
    I've lived for like 11 years in Rotterdam, quite close to the dock
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    (Original post by Scarface-Don)
    I'm fluent in Dutch, English, Persian and Pashto
    :eek: wow

    may as well add another dozen
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    English- Fluent
    French- Somewhat fluent. Studied it to university level- 2nd year atm. Going to spend the year in France next year so I'd kind of need to be fluent by then!!)
    Spanish-less fluent, fewer years studying Spanish than French so it's my weaker language, but I can speak, read and write it pretty competently.
    Ulster-Scots (some say it's an official language, some say it's more a dialect. So I'll let you decide for yourselves )
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    English
    Arabic - Basic
    Punjabi
    Urdu
    And French - Basic

    XD

    Want to learn Russian !
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    (Original post by Scarface-Don)
    I've lived for like 11 years in Rotterdam, quite close to the dock
    Hi 5 Afghan mate
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    Arabic & English (still have some probs with English that sounds fossilized at the moment and that is not good for someone who is being novice in interpreting)
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    I speak English and Dutch fluently, learning German, French and I want to learn Japanese
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    If you understand a language fluently but cannot have a proper conversation in it, is it still considered a language....
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    Fluent in English and did French to A-level
    I can speak a bit of Italian and can count in German aha.
    Going to try and learn some Spanish this year
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    (Original post by thegodofgod)
    In order of proficiency:

    English
    Gujarati - mother tongue
    Hindi - same(ish) as above
    German - A2 level, hoping to continue to develop my German skills at university - not too sure how though
    French - GCSE level - so at conversational level (with a 5 year old )
    This is 100% identical to me. Although, I've got a basic-ish grasp of Italian too

    My username is very misleading, I know. I saw it on a car sticker once and thought it was funny.
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    English and Klingon.
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    (Original post by withas)
    Spanish, English and Geordie (when drunk)
    my geordie accent always comes out when i'm drunk!
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    English
    Japanese
    Sarcasm
    Maths
    Javascript
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    Persian and English.
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    (Original post by Scarface-Don)
    I've lived for like 11 years in Rotterdam, quite close to the dock

    Its lovely in Rotterdam. :yep:
 
 
 
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