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    MATH & SIGN LANGUAGE !!

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    English
    Bengali
    German almost fluently (I hope)
    French, sort of
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    Hmm i think i know a lot...
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    (Original post by student.feed)
    I;m so excited! Are you fasting?
    Yes Inshallah
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    Arabic (only can really read it from quran tho)
    Little Spanish from gcse innit
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    (Original post by Bob's Your Uncle)
    No. I was born in England. My parents are from Kerala.
    Oh I see I see.
    Same with my parents but I came to England at fourish. But before that I lived in diff places in India-mainly Karnataka and Delhi etc. Hence the multiple language thingg.
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    And hopefully will be fluent in Swedish very soon!
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    (Original post by SoDoneWithSchool)
    Oh I see I see.
    Same with my parents but I came to England at around five. But before that I lived in diff places in India-mainly Karnataka and Delhi etc. Hence the multiple language thingg.
    Ok. I found out my parents are from England, and my grandparents came here in the mid-60's
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    english, punjabi, some urdu, some french, german, some arabic
    want to learn spanish next
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    (Original post by Bob's Your Uncle)
    Ok. I found out my parents are from England, and my grandparents came here in the mid-60's
    Oh nice! Wait they still speak malayalam I assume?
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    (Original post by SoDoneWithSchool)
    Oh nice! Wait they still speak malayalam I assume?
    Yes
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    I know 11:

    1) English
    2) Spanish
    3) JavaScript
    4) Java
    5) C++
    6) Objective-C
    7) C-Sharp
    8) Swift
    9) ActionScript
    10) SQL
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    (Original post by Mrs.Grey)
    I know 5:

    1. Punjabi
    2. Urdu
    3. English
    4. French
    5. German

    How about you?
    Fluent:
    English
    Mirhpuri

    Understand:
    Punjabi
    Urdu
    Hindi

    Learning:
    French
    Arabic
    Polish
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    English & German & Starting to learn French again (now that i hve like 3 months of nowt to do)
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    I speak 5 languages altogether: English as my native language, Tagalog with my mother (she didn't teach it to me from birth so I learnt it as a teenager), and I have just finished a four year degree in French, Spanish and Russian (I lived in both France and Russia for a while). However I can't wait to start learning other languages now that my degree's over. I'd love to learn Italian and another Slavonic language, maybe Polish or Czech, and definitely another Asian language. Asian languages with a similar grammatical system to Tagalog definitely make the most sense to me (I mean, with a flexible word order, no nominal declension, and grammatical 'particles' to define different parts of the sentence). It'll probably be Japanese as I have cousins there and it's the one with the most readily available learning materials, too.
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    (Original post by Mrs.Grey)
    I want to learn "Beelozoib"
    Oh.
    I'll publish a dictionary soon.
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    (Original post by MrFudgeTheGuy)
    Oh.
    I'll publish a dictionary soon.
    You should.
 
 
 
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