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    (Original post by jedanselemyia)
    I speak French and English fluently

    How? I'm guessing "how come?"
    French dad, British mum
    Anw ça explique à quel point ton français est bon
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    (Original post by redwhiteandbrit)
    English (American as well ) German, the language of music notation, and the language of rhetoric and great banter

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    B sharp am i right
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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    Anw ça explique à quel point ton français est bon
    Merci
    Is it the same case for you?
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    (Original post by jedanselemyia)
    Merci
    Is it the same case for you?
    De rien
    Not really, french dad, algerian mom, english obsession since I'm little :lol:
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    In order of what I learnt first:

    Tamil - speak, write, read, eat (w0t?).
    Dutch - speak, write, read (kinda forgetting though because I don't visit often ://)
    English - speak, write, read (most of the time bc sometimes my brain goes "allow ittttttttttttttttt")
    French - GCSE. Das it.
    Italian - GCSE - French comes more naturally though.
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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    De rien
    Not really, french dad, algerian mom, english obsession since I'm little :lol:
    Omg! You're mixed Algerian/French like my cousins
    C'est cool 👌🏽
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    (Original post by jedanselemyia)
    Omg! You're mixed Algerian/French like my cousins
    C'est cool 👌🏽
    Hihi :3 and you're mixed like my friends \o/
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    B sharp am i right
    Mate I'm bass clef most of the time although I love all music I'm definitely team flats > team sharps

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    (Original post by redwhiteandbrit)
    Mate I'm bass clef most of the time although I love all music I'm definitely team flats > team sharps

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    Pfft sharps and minor scales for the win...
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    I can speak
    Slovak
    Czech
    English

    I can understand
    Polish
    Russian

    I'm not fluent in French (doing GCSE) but hope to be in the future.
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    (In order of fluency) I can speak English, Yoruba, Arabic and French.

    - Yoruba is a language of Nigeria, and I just grew up hearing it being spoken around me.
    - I learnt Arabic through the vast amount of Arabic-speaking friends I had during secondary school. I'm familiar with the Lebanese 3amiya (dialect).
    - French, I learnt at GCSE but I got great marks in the exam and decided to pursue it extracurricularly too by speaking with french natives, etc.
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    Can speak Lithuanian (mother tongue) and English (17 years of using it). Can understand a little in Russian too. I'm not mentioning French because I only had it for a year and a half and it's awful, barely know anything :teehee:
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    English, a large beer and a blue steak in French.

    Visual Basic if that counts:confused:

    I'm planning to spend year 3 of uni in Germany so intend to start learning German later this year.
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    Fluent: Gujarati, Spanish, (English)
    Moderate: Hindi, French
    Fair: German
    Intro: Swahili, C++

    nucdev I'm sure you're quite similar haha
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    (Original post by spv)
    Fluent: Gujarati, Spanish, (English)
    Moderate: Hindi, French
    Fair: German
    Intro: Swahili, C++

    nucdev I'm sure you're quite similar haha
    Sorta haha

    Fluent: Gujarati, Hindi, (English)
    Losing the skills in Punjabi and Sanskrit though :sigh:
    Intro: Swahili
    Almost totally lost the skills in French and Spanish Lmao
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    English, only English
    Ond rydw i'n cael un A yn GCSE Cymraeg..I speak to the level of a 2 year old I guess
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    (Original post by nucdev)
    Sorta haha

    Fluent: Gujarati, Hindi, (English)
    Losing the skills in Punjabi and Sanskrit though :sigh:
    Intro: Swahili
    Almost totally lost the skills in French and Spanish Lmao
    Par-dada ji you forgot Urdu and...
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    Gibberish. :yes:
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    (Original post by undercxver)
    Par-dada ji you forgot Urdu and...
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    Gibberish. :yes:
    Oh yes!
    Intermediate Urdu.
    Expert level, master of the universe in gibberish
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    English is my third Language but i can speak about five.
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    (Original post by iqra2159)
    English is my third Language but i can speak about five.
    Cool ! And what are these languages ?
 
 
 
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