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    I don't necessarily mean being almost as good as a native speaker, but at least being able to hold a conversation on a general topic in that language

    Post what languages you know and how you learned them
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    3. French(i live in a Francophone country.) English, and Lebanese Arabic(I'm Lebanese)
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    2 (3 including English).

    French (fluent) and Spanish (conversational).

    Both through school and then, for French, uni.
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    English, of course, and... Mandarin (Chinese)? I mean, I understand the language but I can't speak enough of it to survive in China for even a week
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    English
    Urdu
    Punjabi
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    English (fluent)
    French (conversational)
    German (conversational)
    Igbo (only bits understood- can't speak a word of it).
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    1. English
    2. Pashto

    I have respect for those fluent in 2+ languages! So much effort and execution needed to become fluent in a language!
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    (Original post by Le Nombre)
    2 (3 including English).

    French (fluent) and Spanish (conversational).

    Both through school and then, for French, uni.
    *essaie de se rappeler mon français*...

    Bonjour! Comment allez-vous aujourd'hui? Je vais bien. Pour le petit déjeuner, j'ai eu des œufs, du pain grillé et un verre d'urine. Ils étaient délicieux! Le temps est bon ici aussi.
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    I may aswell get it out the way and be the troll by saying 10.
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    I could happliy have a conversation with a German who is under 5 years old.
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    English
    French
    Hindi
    Creole

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    (Original post by thechemistress)
    English (fluent)
    French (conversational)
    German (conversational)
    Igbo (only bits understood- can't speak a word of it).
    Exactly the same & some Chinese (I'm don't think I'm conversational yet though)

    Shh!! :laugh:
    I want to be fluent in all the languages I learn in the F U T U R E though.
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    I could happliy have a conversation with a German who is under 5 years old.
    Haha :mmm:

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    1. english

    i understand and can speak some bengali, wouldnt call myself fluent.

    i ****ing wish i was a polyglot, especially since im a huge fan of foreign literature and film. + foreign girls are fit

    my bucket list is: french, german, sanskrit (because of indian lit) and mandarin. also want to perfect my bengali. I dont think i can learn all of them but at least some would be amazing.
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    2 fluent

    English (lived in the UK for half of my life)

    Tagalog (mother tongue)

    I can also understand Italian and Spanish and maybe a basic conversation in both.

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    Czech - native tongue
    English - learnt at school
    Spanish - learnt at school and studied at unviersity
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    (Original post by karmacrunch)

    Haha :mmm:

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    My grandma is German so I should actually know more. I just refused to try hard in the GCSE because what you need to learn for it is poop. I mean.. Who needs to know how to say about your dream holiday to the moon?
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    (Original post by 8472)
    My grandma is German so I should actually know more. I just refused to try hard in the GCSE because what you need to learn for it is poop. I mean.. Who needs to know how to say about your dream holiday to the moon?
    German is an amazing language.

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    English and Irish at a reasonably level (as in I don't need to read all the subtitles when it's on telly )
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    including English... 1
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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    German is an amazing language.

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    Yep. I love it.

    Thinking about it I actually know more than I thought.
 
 
 
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