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    I can only speak English fluently but I can speak decent degrees of Irish Gaelic, French, German, and Latin.
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    English and Spanish. Both first languages, English mum Spanish dad.
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    English
    Japanese
    German
    French
    Urdu (Learnt it over 3 years, still a bit rusty).
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    1: Polish
    2: English
    3: Norwegian
    4: Spanish
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    (Original post by Mrs.Grey)
    I can speak 5:

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

    But I can read Arabic bc Muslim and Qur'an. I can kind understand Gujarati when it's being spoken but it's very minimal.I know a few words in Spanish, Russian, Italian and Arabic but I think that's it lmao.

    How about you?
    Urdu, Punjabi, English, some welsh, some Arabic, some French, some Spanish and some Italian,
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    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    English
    Bengali
    German almost fluently (I hope)
    French, sort of
    Kita ba bala nee
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    I can speak Somali, Arabic and English. Been learning a bit of Spanish lately.

    Really wanna learn Hebrew, Korean and sign language


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    (Original post by Mrs.Grey)
    I can speak 5:

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

    But I can read Arabic bc Muslim and Qur'an. I can kind understand Gujarati when it's being spoken but it's very minimal.I know a few words in Spanish, Russian, Italian and Arabic but I think that's it lmao.

    How about you?
    English
    Urdu not fluently
    Planning to learn Arabic



    (Original post by student.feed)
    English
    Albanian
    French
    Arabic
    Is arabic hard?
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    (Original post by OGGUS)
    Urdu, Punjabi, English, some welsh, some Arabic, some French, some Spanish and some Italian,
    So you're pakistani?
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    How well do you have to know a language to be considered fluent?
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    (Original post by SoDoneWithSchool)
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    Marathi (fluent)
    Hindi (fluent)
    English (fluent)
    Latin (Learning in process)
    Kannada (fluent)
    Tamil (fluent)
    Malayalam (fluent)
    Urdu (fluent)
    Telugu (fluentish)
    Spanish (half and half-still struggle in speaking some stuff)
    French (same as above)
    and a wee bit of welsh and Italian if that counts
    *Oooh Syriac too
    And here I thought you were done with school. :lies: :lol:
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    (Original post by Mrs.Grey)
    So you're pakistani?
    Yeah, why?
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    urdu, punjabi, bit of arabic n abit of french lol

    and english
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    (Original post by OGGUS)
    Yeah, why?
    Oh just asking, I thought you were Arab from your profile pic :hoppy:
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    (Original post by Mrs.Grey)
    Oh just asking, I thought you were Arab from your profile pic :hoppy:
    Well that's semi true as I'm born in Dubai I guess
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    (Original post by KloppOClock)
    How well do you have to know a language to be considered fluent?
    As a polyglot, I count it as being able to form your own sentences without much thought and to be able to understand all general conversation. When I aim for fluency I aim for the level of a high school student from the countries that speak the language but I know of others who aim for lower and some for higher.
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    (Original post by Ninjasrule)
    As a polyglot, I count it as being able to form your own sentences without much thought and to be able to understand all general conversation. When I aim for fluency I aim for the level of a high school student from the countries that speak the language but I know of others who aim for lower and some for higher.
    i suppose i speak one and a half languages then
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    (Original post by KloppOClock)
    i suppose i speak one and a half languages then
    Aw what's your "half language"? Ahaha :P
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    (Original post by Ninjasrule)
    Aw what's your "half language"? Ahaha :P
    im taking spanish at A level, if my exams went well i might take it at uni as well
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    (Original post by KloppOClock)
    im taking spanish at A level, if my exams went well i might take it at uni as well
    Oooh nice I'm taking a language or two at uni too! Where are you studying?
 
 
 
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