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    What language would you most like to learn and why?
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    I want to be able to speak Esperanto like a native.
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    Parseltongue for obvious reasons

    And it would also be amazing to be able to speak something like Korean, so if I go there, I look like a tourist, but I secretly know what the locals are saying about me!
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    French! Because it sounds cool with the accents, it's hard to learn but I would love to speak it
    Oh and Japanese too
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    Russian...so I can read original Nabokov like a tool
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    French
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    (Original post by Aj-92)
    What language would you most like to learn and why?
    Spanish and Chinese Mandarin.
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    Spanish! I'm somewhat Spanish but only know a little of the actual language.
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    Korean or Japanese. My two favourite languages but theyre both hard as hell to learn =_=
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    Aah Spanish, If only I had the proper commitment to really get down and learn how to speak this beautiful language I could go to Tenerife and talk to my cousins and friends.
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    English
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    Elfin

    Failing that, I'd probably say Chinese Mandarin :grin:
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    Well, I speak French already, and will hopefully be studying it along with Spanish and possibly German at university, but other than those, I would say Italian or Russian.
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    French and Spanish. :love:
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    (Original post by therealOG)
    Spanish and Chinese Mandarin.
    My exact university course
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    Spanish and Manderin, because they are the most dominant languages after English.
    I don't think I'd have the will power to learn Manderin properly though.
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    (Original post by No Man)
    Spanish and Manderin, because they are the most dominant languages after English.
    I don't think I'd have the will power to learn Manderin properly though.
    Its pretty easy as far as speaking and listening are concerned, its just the reading and writing that are a *****

    I'm already learning Mandarin, so gonna learn Spanish after it and then do French
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    (Original post by Wanischa)
    My exact university course
    Nice one! My sister's doing French and Spanish at uni.
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    i'd love to learn chinese....but i sometimes find it hard enough speaking polish and english (english worst of my languages) at a decent level, ontop of my mother tongue (lithuanian). i'm happy with speaking 3 languages though. i don't think i have it in me to learn a 4th language. x
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    (Original post by NOBODY MOVE!)
    i'd love to learn chinese....but i sometimes find it hard enough speaking polish and english (english worst of my languages) at a decent level, ontop of my mother tongue (lithuanian). i'm happy with speaking 3 languages though. i don't think i have it in me to learn a 4th language. x
    Well... What you've just wrote is pretty much perfect! :P
 
 
 
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