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Three:
1. English - idk it just sorta happened i guess?
2. Spanish - lo estudio en mi colegio
3. Japanese - (learning). I'm currently learning through Japanese for dummies by Eriko Sato for grammar and the basics and a mixture of anki and memrise to help me with vocab. It's probably my favourite language - also the only one I chose to learn... Spaced repetition and the link method word are key , i've learnt, for memorising foreign vocab.
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1- English (native)
2- Spanish. lived in spain for 8 years
3- French (Beginner-Intermediate level?) as I was interested in picking up the language
Trying to learn Polish this summer as my dad's girlfriend is Polish and i would like to talk to her family
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English - native
German - been learning for over a year, books, duolingo, youtube, friends (ich liebe die deutsche sprache)
French - gcse level
Mandarin Chinese - i was taught it years ago and i forgot everything, but have recently rekindled my love for the language
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