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    English (mother-tongue), Arabic (fluent) and French (basic and learning)
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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    Speak english, french, arabic. Understand german.
    (Original post by jedanselemyia)
    I speak French and English fluently

    How? I'm guessing "how come?"
    French dad, British mum
    (Original post by Andy98)
    English, duh

    Also a decent standard of French


    And a few programming languages

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    I want to learn either Arabic or French. What's better?
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    I want to learn either Arabic or French. What's better?
    Both are beautiful languages but French is easier because it's more or less the same alphabet as English. If you don't mind the challenge then Arabic is hard work but very rewarding and the Arabs are excellent at poetry and literature
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    I want to learn either Arabic or French. What's better?
    You can do them both :P
    More seriously (but you still can do them both :3 ) I think that french is more easier thanks to the alphabet, but french grammar is awful haha , in arabic that's more simple ! (And the alphabet is not that hard, you learn It once and it's okay)

    But I did not "learned" one of these language they're both my native languages so I can't really judge what is easy and what is not
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    Dutch - mothertongue
    Punjabi - mum's punjabi that's why and dad's belgian
    Can understand Hindi
    And french
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    (Original post by WBZ144)
    Both are beautiful languages but French is easier because it's more or less the same alphabet as English. If you don't mind the challenge then Arabic is hard work but very rewarding and the Arabs are excellent at poetry and literature
    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    You can do them both :P
    More seriously (but you still can do them both :3 ) I think that french is more easier thanks to the alphabet, but french grammar is awful haha , in arabic that's more simple ! (And the alphabet is not that hard, you learn It once and it's okay)

    But I did not "learned" one of these language they're both my native languages so I can't really judge what is easy and what is not
    I can read Arabic so I'm going to learn that first
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    I want to learn either Arabic or French. What's better?
    French is easier
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    (Original post by Andy98)
    French is easier
    I can read Arabic
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    Fluent in Lithuanian and English; competent in French and Japanese and learning Russian at the moment
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    English (Mother tongue- no other language spoken at home, sadly)
    French (AS-Level)
    Spanish (GCSE)
    Mandarin (Extreme rookie)

    I hope to become fluent in French and Spanish. I started learning Mandarin at school, mainly to try something different, although, I don't think I will continue with it next year as I doubt I'll get much use out of it in the future. I'd also really like to learn German as I've been there a few times and it bothers me that I can only say 'please' and 'hello'.
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    English(fluent), Bengali(mother-tongue), Hindi, French & German(deutsch) - the last two-a very little
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    Az sushto zhivee v London , v Wanstead
    Na kolko godini si?
    Znam go Wanstead.
    Naskoro navurshih 18, ti?
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    (Original post by daydreamer4life)
    Znam go Wanstead.
    Naskoro navurshih 18, ti?
    as sum na shestnadeset godini...
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    I can read Arabic
    :eek: Whoa
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    (Original post by Andy98)
    :eek: Whoa
    I've read the Quran
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    1.) English
    2.) Urdu
    3.) Punjabi
    4.) Hindi
    5.) Pothwari
    6.) Kashmiri
    7.) Pahari
    8.) and Mirpuri
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    English, French, German, Mandarin Chinese and Japanese
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    Fluent in English and Kurdish
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    (Original post by TarotOfMagic)
    Fluent in English and Kurdish
    oiii fellow kurd!!
    Also fluent in English and Kurdish
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    I can speak English (obviously), a bit of French, Turkish, Croatian, Serbian and Macedonian is my mother tongue.
 
 
 
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