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    I can speak 3

    English
    Uzbek
    Dari

    and understand
    Persian
    Pashtu
    Urdu
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    What do you mean how? I speak English and Seychellois Creole.
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    English


    Python...?
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    greek, german and english
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    I can speak English and Bulgarian
    Can understand some Polish and Russian
    I can read Greek
    I can read music notation too :teehee:

    And if you wanna get all secondary schooly
    I have a strong grasp of both french and Spanish
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    Fluent; English and Polish
    Moderate; French

    Will probably learn more in the future due to the relocating aspect of my career choice.
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    (Original post by Dinasaurus)
    What do you mean how? I speak English and Seychellois Creole.
    how many
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    Speak english, french, arabic. Understand german.
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    (Original post by Mayhem™)
    Fluent; English and Polish
    Moderate; French

    Will probably learn more in the future due to the relocating aspect of my career choice.
    Where do you want to relocate to?
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    I can speak English and Japanese
    I can read some other languages
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    Where do you want to relocate to?
    It won't be by choice, but chemical engineering normally requires relocation to find jobs, or even moving around while you have one.
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    (Original post by Mayhem™)
    It won't be by choice, but chemical engineering normally requires relocation to find jobs, or even moving around while you have one.
    I see
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    Your languages are linguistically similar lel.
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    I'm confused as to the purpose of the word "how" in your title, by moving my lips and tongue?

    I'm bilingual in English and Spanish, have an advanced knowledge of French, can understand Galician, Catalan and I can get by with German.
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    English (American as well ) German, the language of music notation, and the language of rhetoric and great banter

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    I speak English and Arabic
    obviously fluent in English - writing, speaking, reading etc.
    Also in Arabic - I can read it, write it (with some minor grammatical mistakes and a few spelling errors here and there) and speak it but in Iraqi dialect (so not formal Arabic - though I can understand that)

    I also used to speak Dutch when I was in the Netherlands, quite fluently (well as fluent as a year 6 kid would be in English) so I had that but it kinda disappeared when I moved here! I can understand some though, like if someone was speaking Dutch slowly I'd get the gist of what they were talking about

    Also doing pretty well in Chemistrian as well
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    (Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
    I'm confused as to the purpose of the word "how" in your title, by moving my lips and tongue?

    I'm bilingual in English and Spanish, have an advanced knowledge of French, can understand Galician, Catalan and I can get by with German.
    Anw that's a lot ! Cool :3
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    Only English :lol:

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    I speak French and English fluently

    How? I'm guessing "how come?"
    French dad, British mum
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    English, duh

    Also a decent standard of French


    And a few programming languages

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