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    One. I am a true product of my country.
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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?
    1. Urdu (can speak and listen only)
    2. English (only fluent language so i basically only know english. lol
    3. Pahri (can only understand)
    4. French (little)
    5. Spanish (minimal)
    6. Arabic (can read only)
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    (Original post by _.Iqraaa_)
    Omg Beelozoib 😂😂😂 that's sounds like some kind of dinosaur actually sounds so cool. Teach me!
    I don't know how it sounds like a dinosaur, but sure I can teach you.
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    1. Fluently - UK English

    And to different degrees:

    2. Latin
    3. Ancient Greek
    4. Italian
    5. French
    6. Spanish


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    English and Spanish fluently.
    A bit of French - I can understand it ok and I'm confident I got high marks in the gcse exams. I'm not taking it next year but I would love to be able to speak it fluently.
    A teeny bit of Welsh
    Teeny bit of BSL- I can fingerspell, do numbers up to 9999 and sign a few words but I'm hoping to learn it properly, hopefully starting this year.
    Numbers 1-10 in Mandarin (all I remember form doing it once a week after school for most of year 5)
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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?
    Erm...
    1. Native English speaker
    2. French
    3. German
    4. Latin
    5. Koine Greek
    6. Hebrew
    7. Anglo-Saxon
    8. Middle-English (if that counts)
    9. West Norse
    There's probably others but I can't remember offhand. I can understand Spanish and Italian and some broken bits of Aramaic, and I had to learn some Dnghu to be able to write some flashback dialogue for my first novel. I'm also considering doing some construction of my own.
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    1) My language
    2) National language
    3) English
    4) French
    5) Spanish
    6) Arabic - understand a few words + my parents used to speak Arabic
    7) Filipino - understand a few words
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    I am really enjoying learning Russian and Turkish on Duolingo but boy are they tough! In Turkish, the nouns change depending on tense 🙈

    I also know Spanish and German to a very good level (but not fluent)

    Learning Indonesian, Thai and Burmese on Memrise too

    Would really love to get stuck into Greek and Finnish but although Greek has now hatched on duolingo, I cannot find a good app for Finnish
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    I can speak
    - Dutch
    - English
    - German
    - French
    - Latin
    - Ancient Greek
    - a bit of Spanish and Italian
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    English
    Spanish
    Italian
    German
    Urdu
    Japanese

    English and Spanish are like, my mains though, im the most confident in them
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    English, Japanese, Spanish, French. I can also speak a teensy bit of German and Swedish. And I can understand a little bit of Italian from studying Spanish, French and music.
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    english, italian, french and spanish (latin too if that counts) and atm learning welsh and russian


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    My native language is English. I learnt German in school but didn't enjoy it, but I want to learn French, Japanese, Polish or Spanish.
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    Hey guys. I'm fluent in Mandarin and English and partially in Cantonese but I'm also studying German at A-Level so I'm pretty advanced at that. I also studied Spanish and I'm taking Italian as an extra IGCSE
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    I can speak fluently :
    -French
    -Arabic
    -English
    -Spanish

    And I kiiind of speak Italian and German aswell, but I mostly understand these last two :P
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    my native language is turkish and i know a bit english so 2
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    English (Mother tongue)
    Swiss German (Second mother tongue - learnt both languages at same time)
    German (mostly fluent)
    French (not fluent but can hold a decent conversation)
    Japanese (basics)
    Korean (very early on in learning)

    I also want to learn Russian, arabic, spanish, Italian, Chinese, and probably some others
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    I speak English obviously.

    French is a language I'm reasonably confident in. It's been a long time since I've done any but I sometimes find myself talking to myself in French and I think I'd pick it up easily if I were to go back to it, because I've done it from a young age.

    I can speak a little Japanese, can read hiragana fluently, and can recognise a few kanji. My knowledge of grammar is somewhat patchy, but from what I can gather Japanese grammar is so much more straightforward than French.

    Planning on learning both these languages over the summer.
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