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    Yes, I am learning another one currently
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    Yes, at some point
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    Learning spanish atm
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    (Original post by MrsSheldonCooper)
    I wanted to carry on doing a level German but they didn't let me

    Now hopefully will apply to do english and portuguese at uni
    ohh sounds cool, do you know some portuguese?
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    (Original post by number23)
    ohh sounds cool, do you know some portuguese?
    My mum tried teaching some before she died but I've forgotten it all! Hoping to start afresh
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    I'm a native English speaker and I emigrated to Denmark a couple of years ago. I now speak Danish pretty fluently and am studying a fairly demanding degree which is taught in it. I am also at a very high level in German and Spanish, but my active ability in those is pretty much non-existent right now (because I've avoided them like the plague while learning Danish).

    In future I'd like to brush off my German and Spanish, maybe work more on French (did it to A-level 10 years ago), maybe pick up Japanese (have tried to start many times but got distracted).
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    Speak English, Welsh, Spanish and Catalan

    Currently learning french!
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    (Original post by Cosimo96)
    I'm an eighteen Italian guy and at the moment I speak fluently English German and French. Actually, my aim is learning other three languages (Russian, Portuguese and Arabic). I believe that languages allows u to glimpse what for the others is hidden. That's like living an other life for each language u learn

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    Wow, this is so nice! I forgot Portuguese, that would be great to learn too I'm afraid about not having time to learn more than 5 languages, so many things I want to do in life!
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    I have learnt English, perhaps I'll try Italian later.
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    German and Swedish
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    (Original post by Gott)
    German and Swedish
    You said you were learning French earlier?
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    (Original post by Reue)
    Nope. Despite living and working in France for a few months at a time; I've never managed to pick up more than a few words. Memory just isnt good enough to remember new languages!
    Owh, no. And I was just thinking about getting a job there so I can improve my French

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    yeah french and spanish
    (Original post by Omni Vanitas)
    Speak English, Welsh, Spanish and Catalan

    Currently learning french!
    How do you guys holding up with the language? I'm doing terrible at the moment; ups and downs and all that
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    I want to learn a language that a tiny amount of people speak. Just so when I hear someone else speaking it we'd have a cool thing to talk about.
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    (Original post by mbaldellou19)
    Wow, this is so nice! I forgot Portuguese, that would be great to learn too I'm afraid about not having time to learn more than 5 languages, so many things I want to do in life!
    Yes I perfectly know what u mean. Even about university, there are so many humanty studies I wanted to take on that "choices" was the most difficult part to fill in... more than PS

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    (Original post by Josb)
    You said you were learning French earlier?
    I hate French, I never want to learn another word, thank you very much
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    (Original post by Josb)
    I have learnt English, perhaps I'll try Italian later.
    Good luck with Italian. U'll see that's not so easy to learn ahah

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    Italian or German, as they're both beautiful languages.
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    (Original post by Gott)
    I hate French, I never want to learn another word, thank you very much
    lol


    (Original post by Cosimo96)
    Good luck with Italian. U'll see that's not so easy to learn ahah

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    I'm French, so I can already read it, but the grammar and conjugation look difficult.
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    (Original post by WhimsicalSloth)
    Italian or German, as they're both beautiful languages.
    Not French?
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    (Original post by Josb)
    lol



    I'm French, so I can already read it, but the grammar and conjugation look difficult.
    That's the same for me with French! When I don't know a word I just have to think to the Italian word (slightly changing it) and I get quite always right ahah

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    (Original post by Josb)
    Not French?
    I can speak French already so it's all good


    ..well kind of
 
 
 
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