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    Let's see how diverse friends we have

    For me:
    Czech, English, German, Persian, Russian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Finnish, Levantine Arabic, Egyptian Arabic, Kurdish, Kazakh, possibly Urdu and Welsh (I have a friend from Pakistan and I have no idea which languages, apart from English, she speaks and then i have a friend from Wales who admittedly speaks Welsh, but she could learn the language at school as a second language...).
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    (Just my school friends) Um, Georgian, French, English, Polish, German, Hong Kong and that's it
    Not as diverse as yours!
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    English, Arabic (different accents etc), French, Spanish, Bengali, Yoruba, Igbo, Swahili, Twi, Urdu, Farsi, Dutch, Patois, Latvian, Polish and Somali.

    I'll update if I remember anymore.
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    Very small list: Tagalog and Mandarin Chinese
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    Bengali, Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish, English, Italian, French.
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    French, Polish, Levitane Arabic, Turkish, Patois (which is what I speak), Mauritian Creole, Urdu, Persian, English, Hindi, Afrikaans
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    English, English, English, English, English,
    BUT we can all speak German. GCSEs init. :cool:
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    English, Bengali, Somali, Arabic, French and Russian.

    I think that's it.
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    Cantonese, English, Bengali, Somali, French, German, Spanish, Norwegian, Russian, Vietnamese, Polish, Portuguese.
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    English, russian, polish, latvian, estonian, arabic,hindi, swedish, mandarin, creole, french.
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    (Original post by Ivanka)
    Let's see how diverse friends we have

    For me:
    Czech, English, German, Persian, Russian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Finnish, Levantine Arabic, Egyptian Arabic, Kurdish, Kazakh, possibly Urdu and Welsh (I have a friend from Pakistan and I have no idea which languages, apart from English, she speaks and then i have a friend from Wales who admittedly speaks Welsh, but she could learn the language at school as a second language...).

    Pakistani's speak urdu...
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    Spanish is my favourite one xxx


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    English, Igbo, Polish, French, Punjabi, Bengali, Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Malaysian, Portuguese.
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    English, Finnish, Norweigan, Polish and Italian
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    English, Welsh, French, German, Polish, Danish, Malay, Spanish, Italian, Norwegian, Finnish, Bulgarian
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    English
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    Pakistani, bengali, tanzanian, turkish, french, mauritiun.
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    English, Irish, German, Russian
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    Yiddish, Hebrew
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    Urdu or Punjabi (I can't remember which), Malaysian, Creole, English, Yemeni, Somali, Turkish, Portuguese, French, Italian
 
 
 
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