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    English, Arabic, French , German
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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    Danke, das ist schön :3 (I can do only simple sentences by myself lol I never practise :O :P )
    haha same here :lol:
    I know only the basics, but never practice
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    I used to say 2 but my welsh is pretty rusty now
    experiencing the same in urdu . I use to be great at it but don't speak the language very often.
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    German to an ''intermediate'' extent (I cannot describe it in another way).
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
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    German to an ''intermediate'' extent (I cannot describe it in another way).
    Nice, I am trying to learn german but can't spare time for that while at uni .
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    (Original post by Azhar Rana)
    Nice, I am trying to learn german but can't spare time for that while at uni .
    It's a lot of commitment to learn a language; I have heard that some unis do offer some ''freetime'' (can't think of a word) language courses outside of your normal degree - if you know of anything like that, which your uni offers, it'd be good to look into it.
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    (Original post by Azhar Rana)
    experiencing the same in urdu . I use to be great at it but don't speak the language very often.
    I have no one to speak it with so makes it difficult to remember it, its a pity really
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    (Original post by Azhar Rana)
    haha same here :lol:
    I know only the basics, but never practice
    That makes two of us :lol: I can understand a lot pretty well, but never took time to practise properly, which I should :P
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    (Original post by Azhar Rana)
    wow nice, my sister loves japanese. I hope you will ace it
    Thank you it's a beautiful language, I always found it hard learning the alphabets though, learning the entire kanji alphabet is hard enough on its own haha.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    I have no one to speak it with so makes it difficult to remember it, its a pity really
    Exactly, languages are learned by interacting with native speakers.
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    It's a lot of commitment to learn a language; I have heard that some unis do offer some ''freetime'' (can't think of a word) language courses outside of your normal degree - if you know of anything like that, which your uni offers, it'd be good to look into it.
    Yes uni does offer language programs, I will try them out during summer
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    I can barely speak one. Spanish is where it's at apparently. Trying to learn Japanese dough
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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    That makes two of us :lol: I can understand a lot pretty well, but never took time to practise properly, which I should :P
    Yes absolutely . PROSOM
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    (Original post by Nicoley-oley)
    Thank you it's a beautiful language, I always found it hard learning the alphabets though, learning the entire kanji alphabet is hard enough on its own haha.
    Nice to hear that. Try your best and you will ace it
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    English, French and Chinese.

    Wishing to learn Spanish and/or Japanese, someday
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    (Original post by Amedic)
    English, French and Chinese.

    Wishing to learn Spanish and/or Japanese, someday
    Nice, I wish you the best and I hope you will ace them all
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    (Original post by Azhar Rana)
    I speak around 5 languages.

    1: Arabic
    2: Urdu
    3: English
    4: Punjabi
    5: Hindi
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    English and Welsh fluently and French although it is not the greatest
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    Fluent in English, Klingon and Chinglish.

    I know a few bits and pieces from many other languages but nothing that amounts to even A1 ability really.
 
 
 
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