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    English; German (badly).
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    (Original post by SlyPie)
    Grunting doesn't count.
    i dont grunt
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    i em spik gud inklish
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    English; German (badly).
    Ditto
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    fluent in Arabic,english and somali
    good at french
    begginers in danish
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    (Original post by mikeski)
    i dont grunt
    Grunt, snort. It's all the same thing.
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    Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

    English
    French
    and a little bit of Spanish
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    German (mothertongue)
    English (bilingual..)
    Latin (yeah, well... maybe not speak speak... but did it for 8 years, so...)
    Spanish (a tiny bit. Lived in Spain this summer as well)
    French (just learning it now, so beginner's level)

    Swedish (have not used it for ages though)
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    english and french
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    (Original post by yourjoyismylow)
    Latin (yeah, well... maybe not speak speak... but did it for 8 years, so...)
    My german friends said they had to study it for that long as well. Is that a compulsory part of German education? I wish it was in the UK.
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    (Original post by an Siarach)
    My german friends said they had to study it for that long as well. Is that a compulsory part of German education? I wish it was in the UK.
    No it isn't. However, at my secondary school you start with English in grade 5, then choose between Latin or French in grade 7, then choose between French (if you took Latin), History/Politics, Russian or Chemistry/Biology in grade 9.
    Yeah....
    I did Latin from year 7 until year 12.
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    English, Sinhalese and a bit of French
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    Fluent in english, pretty good at german. Basic irish, spanish and italian.

    I also speak american,australian and canadian :p: <--- tht might have been done before.

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    Oh yeah, basic swedish too.
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    i speak english and urdu at home and then in school i learn french, spanish and german!! w00t! :five:
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    I wouldn't say I am ''fluent'' but I know a fair bit of French and Spanish, I'm studying French at GCSE and I did Spanish last year. It's always useful to have.
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    French, Spanish, English.
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    Hey,

    I'm fluent in English (unfortunately:rolleyes: ), certainly becoming fluent in Spanish (day by day, minute by minute) (it helps having someone who you can speak in it to every day) , have a high level of Italian, AS level French, probably GCSE level Catalan (but really improving quickly) and a holiday knowledge of German.

    C ya

    Jord
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    English, French and I'm currently trying to figure out Norwegian (men jeg snakker litt norsk)
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    Fluent in Urdu & English

    In my 3 years of French Lessons, I learnt how to count up to 10, does that count?
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    Fluent in English and Urdu and Punjabi (which are basically the same).

    Can speak basic German and Swahali.
 
 
 
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