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Just wondering how many languages people speak and the variety within.
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5. English, urdu, hindi, tamil and Arabic
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2. English, Telugu
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Just about 1
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I can speak Spanish, French, German, Arabic, Russian, Korean and a little bit of Japanese
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Thanks for the replies!I speaknglish (of course) Urdu (passive and moderately fluent)Afrikaans ( again moderate)French (in process of learning)
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only 2, english and polish. however, i learn welsh in school but i'm not that good at it.
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I can speak Spanish, French, German, Arabic, Russian, Korean and a little bit of Japanese
woooow im jealous
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I can speak Spanish, French, German, Arabic, Russian, Korean and a little bit of Japanese
where are you from if you don't mind me asking
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(Original post by xcatcatastrophex)
Just wondering how many languages people speak and the variety within.
I speak English obv. french, Algerian and arabic (idk if Algerian is counted as a language but normally arabs don't understand it soo yeah)
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3 - english, french, and german (few words in italian)
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English, Persian [dialects: Iranian & Khorasani] and some French
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I speak English obv. french, Algerian and arabic (idk if Algerian is counted as a language but normally arabs don't understand it soo yeah)
lol have a few Algerian friends, they call it darija I think. they just sound liketheyre speaking regular arabic but just fast and with a few French words/thick accent
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English, arabic,, dutch, Italian (fully understand, speakings gone downhill as don't use it much) & Somali. I predict in the next 10 years or so I will only be fluent in English, arabic and dutch
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lol have a few Algerian friends, they call it darija I think. they just sound liketheyre speaking regular arabic but just fast and with a few French words/thick accent
yup you could say that but its not rlly arabic bcz my dad (an arab) doesn't understand my mom when she speaks darija, I;ve heard it depends on your city
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English, arabic,, dutch, Italian (fully understand, speakings gone downhill as don't use it much) & Somali. I predict in the next 10 years or so I will only be fluent in English, arabic and dutch
niceeee hopefully it works out for you
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Spanish, English, French, Italian( that i can understand because it's similar to Spanish it basically Spanish and French mixed together) , Dutch ( learning) Benin( i can understand ( a place in nigeria)) Japanese ( through watching many animes ngl) and German
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How have you learnt these languages?
Ie: studying at school, mother tongue/ father tongue language of the country you live in.

Again thank you for so many replies on my first post!! 😁
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How have you learnt these languages?
Ie: studying at school, mother tongue/ father tongue language of the country you live in.

Again thank you for so many replies on my first post!! 😁
Ik French and Algerian bcz my mom is Algerian and we lived in France for 4 years and ik arabic bcz my dad is arab and for English well its the universal language everyone knows English
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None because English is not a language
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