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    All in the above question.

    I'll start off by saying:

    I speak English, Hindi, Bengali and I can understand hints of Marathi, Punjabi and Gujarati.

    I can also read and write very basic french, but speaking and understanding is a struggle.
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    I so need to learn how to speak Hindi, it'll be definitely useful for me when I go to India soon! Well I speak English, Gujrati and a little bit of basic french, wish I was fluent in it though
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    (Original post by Khadijah489)
    I so need to learn how to speak Hindi, it'll be definitely useful for me when I go to India soon! Well I speak English, Gujrati and a little bit of basic french, wish I was fluent in it though
    Cool, same here, i love french!

    And also, kemcho? :borat:

    Okay, that's my extent of speaking gujarati.
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    Me too! wish I had done it as a GCSE, I loved my french classes haha Majama! (that means fine) lol not bad for a starter
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    Just thought I'd share this -


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    I speak French, Arabic, a bit of Spanish, Patois/Creole and English.
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    Hey!! I speak English (duh) and French fluently.

    I'm currently learning Japanese, but that doesn't count!! :borat:
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    I speak English and Pashto fluently

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    My this thread does come up a lot

    Native English and speak German to an intermediate extent. I want to start learning another language (preferably French) after I've done my German AS exams this summer.
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    (Original post by Mr Hustle Bustle)
    I speak French, Arabic, a bit of Spanish, Patois/Creole and English.
    woah! Cool mix! from algeria or tunisia, or something? Usually they can speak these many.


    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    Just thought I'd share this -


    Ahh, the chinese, slowly taking over the world.
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    That's rich, coming from an indian....

    (Original post by Parasite)
    Hey!! I speak English (duh) and French fluently.

    I'm currently learning Japanese, but that doesn't count!! :borat:
    Japanese is my top priority. although, i think I know quite a bit from all the anime I watch.

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    I speak English and Pashto fluently



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    COOL! I always thought Pashtuns speak urdu. Clearly not!
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    Pashtuns.....speak pashto, right? Or am I assuming you're pashtun? They sound the same, so, I'm guessing.
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    Only English...
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    (Original post by xxVENUSx)
    Only English...
    well, it is the language of Shakespeare :headbang:
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    (Original post by fandom-queen)
    woah! Cool mix! from algeria or tunisia, or something? Usually they can speak these many.




    Ahh, the chinese, slowly taking over the world.
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    That's rich, coming from an indian....


    Japanese is my top priority. although, i think I know quite a bit from all the anime I watch.



    COOL! I always thought Pashtuns speak urdu. Clearly not!
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    Pashtuns.....speak pashto, right? Or am I assuming you're pashtun? They sound the same, so, I'm guessing.
    No, I am Moroccan/Indian. We usually speak numerous languages at home.
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    French and German Native English if thats important too
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    English & German cos I'm simple
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    I mumble a lot, does that count as one?
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    (Original post by Tom78)
    I mumble a lot, does that count as one?
    Mumbling is difficult af to understand, so I'd class it as a language
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    (Original post by fandom-queen)
    woah! Cool mix! from algeria or tunisia, or something? Usually they can speak these many.




    Ahh, the chinese, slowly taking over the world.
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    That's rich, coming from an indian....



    Japanese is my top priority. although, i think I know quite a bit from all the anime I watch.



    COOL! I always thought Pashtuns speak urdu. Clearly not!
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    Pashtuns.....speak pashto, right? Or am I assuming you're pashtun? They sound the same, so, I'm guessing.
    True pashtuns speak pashto even though a lot of people who can't speak pashto say they're pashtun they're not really pashtun. The reason people are called pashtun is because their native language is pashto. I find it so annoying that non pashto speaking people call themselves pashtun when it's just not true.

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    I speak English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Turkish, German, Urdu, Farsi and Hebrew
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