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    I mean proper fluent thinking, not just "bonjour".
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    I think in three languages fluently and basically mix it up. It's not like one language consistently.

    Don't know what's the upper limit though
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    Russian, Farsi

    NOT ENGLISH (very well)
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    As many language as you are completely fluent in I am guessing? I personally speak english and french fluently, but because I speak both of them at the same level I am not sure if it would differ if you spoke a language fluently yet it wasn't your first language?
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    (Original post by wallflower ~)
    As many language as you are completely fluent in I am guessing? I personally speak english and french fluently, but because I speak both of them at the same level I am not sure if it would differ if you spoke a language fluently yet it wasn't your first language?
    How do you speak english and french fluently?
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    (Original post by Eagle_eye_angela)
    How do you speak english and french fluently?
    My mum is french and my dad is english so I speak french at home and with my siblings/some friends/french side of the family and english at school/english side of the family/friends.
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    (Original post by wallflower ~)
    My mum is french and my dad is english so I speak french at home and with my siblings/some friends/french side of the family and english at school/english side of the family/friends.
    So do you have a preferred language to think in? Or do you think in frenglish?
 
 
 
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