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    I speak and write fluently

    -French ( started it at school ) since 6 year old
    -English ( lived in England since 2001)
    -Arabic ( started at school since I was 6 year old .
    -plus my mother tong languish

    Well it makes 4 😁😁😁


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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?
    i can speak 4/5 starting from first:
    urdu
    french
    english
    pinjabi
    (arabic) can read like you, understand a bit tho
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    (Original post by Cerceus)
    Hey, are you of Philippine descent?
    Nope
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    1. Mandarin (Mother Tongue)
    2. English
    3. Malay (National official language)
    4. Cantonese (Maternal Family origin dialect)
    5. Hakka (Paternal Family Origin dialect)
    6. Basic Japanese (Anime/Manga lover + Self-learning + optional uni course)
    7. Korean (a bit) (Self-learning + Taekwondo)

    **Listening skill is better than speaking for both Japanese & Korean. =P
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    i know 4
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    Two
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    FInnish(native)
    English
    Swedish
    Russian(poorly)
    German(basics)
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    Italian
    Arabic (and a bit of Berber/Amazigh)
    English
    French
    Spanish

    And I'm currently studying russian as well
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    Chinese
    Russian
    Arabic
    Swahili
    English
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    Almost English...
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    English, French, Mauritian Creole, Hindi, Marathi... trying to learn spanish

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    I only know English and Spanish fluently.
    I know some words and so in Japanese, Korean, French and Portuguese.
    I am currently trying to learn Japanese and Korean fluently so if anyone has anything that may help and be useful then.. please note ^-^.

    I know how to say thank you in quite a few languages! haha, some i may know a few more words and so:

    English: Thank you
    Spanish: Gracias
    Japanese: Arigato
    Korean: Kamsahamnida
    Sinhalese: Bohoma stutiyi (thank you very much)
    Portuguese: Obrigado
    Greek: Euxaristo
    Mandarin: Shi Shi (with accents)
    French: Merci
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    (Original post by tamszz)
    I only know English and Spanish fluently.
    I know some words and so in Japanese, Korean, French and Portuguese.
    I am currently trying to learn Japanese and Korean fluently so if anyone has anything that may help and be useful then.. please note ^-^.

    I know how to say thank you in quite a few languages! haha, some i may know a few more words and so:

    English: Thank you
    Spanish: Gracias
    Japanese: Arigato
    Korean: Kamsahamnida
    Sinhalese: Bohoma stutiyi (thank you very much)
    Portuguese: Obrigado
    Greek: Euxaristo
    Mandarin: Shi Shi (with accents)
    French: Merci
    Duolingo maybe

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    Fluent in:
    Turkish (native) Russian, English C2
    Can speak, read and write on intermediate level:
    French, Kazakh
    Also did Mandarin for 3 years, but forgot it completely
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    Hungarian and English on a native level, and quite good at Spanish (and I need to stop being lazy and start improving)
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    (Original post by niv1234)
    Yeah, are you Tamil?
    I'm a Tamil too.
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    English (Native Language)
    French (A2 Level standard)
    Portuguese (eu o estou aprendendo há dois anos e não posso ainda falar bem xD )
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    Fluent:
    English
    Estonian
    Semi-Fluent:
    Russian (I can understand it but I make mistakes)
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    (Original post by MrFudgeTheGuy)
    English French and German.

    And my own language that I call "Beelozoib"
    I am a conlanger as well! My language is called "Lainskirt".
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    4 : French (native)
    English (fluent)
    Spanish ( it's difficult for me to speak but I understand it )
    Portuguese (the same)
 
 
 
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