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    (Original post by Aj-92)
    What language would you most like to learn and why?
    Arabic!
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    Italian, russian, mandarin, spanish... too many!
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    Japanese
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    Japanese! i'm currently learning to speak it and have been doing so for the past 2 years...mainly due to my love for all things japanese, but also because I decided that when I'm a fifth year in medical school (that is, praying that i actually get in this year Wish me luck, guys!) I want to do my Elective in Japan! :dance:
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    German.
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    Italian.
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    Japanese and Russian
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    Italian
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    Arabic.Im studying Arabic at university but its a hard language to learn but hopefully ill get there eventually
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    italian and spanish - love them and they are so similar to french
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    ooh and gailic ( i know ive spelt that wrong)
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    French. So much culture I'm missing out on
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    French. I can't speak it fluently although I do understand it. And Spanish. Gotta love Spanish!
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    Danish
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    Ignorance dicates that i don't want to learn any new languages, but truly master the language i was, for whatever reason, brought up to speak and that is English.
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    I'm already learning French and German, but the language that I'm most passionate about and interested in mastering is definitely German (ironic considering I live in France ). In terms of new languages, then either Russian, because I'm really interested in their history and literature (and vodka ) or Dutch, because I like Belgium and the Netherlands and being able to communicate with the locals would be cool. Would be useful for when trying to get a job with the EU too.
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    (Original post by ptrsoos)
    Malay. I am fascinated by their culture and would love to go there and explore it and talk to the local people.
    M-M-Malay? :nooo: I honestly do not admire the Malay accent though, especially the one found in KL. Oh, and if you mean local people as in Malaysians, not everyone communicates in Malay.

    to the OP: I'm staying firm to Japanese and Russian. I love the sound of both of them!
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    (Original post by Reelo)
    Japanese! i'm currently learning to speak it and have been doing so for the past 2 years...mainly due to my love for all things japanese, but also because I decided that when I'm a fifth year in medical school (that is, praying that i actually get in this year Wish me luck, guys!) I want to do my Elective in Japan! :dance:
    Ganbare! Japanese is a fantastic language to learn and I wish I spoke it well
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    (Original post by asparkyn)
    Ganbare! Japanese is a fantastic language to learn and I wish I spoke it well
    Arigato gozaimasu! It really is a fantastic language, and i'm sure you're just being modest
 
 
 
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