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Does Anyone Here Speak More Than One Language?


Oct 4, 2010
My mother language is Hungarian. I am fluent in English, and I can speak some German, but ist nicht gud. I have to take a third language up in high school, so hopefully I can start learning Chinese next year.


The incomparable legend
Dec 19, 2011
Temple of Light
I used to be able to speak some spanish, but since I don't use it on a daily basis anymore I've pretty much forgotten how, so I'll just stick with english, or american since I don't speak proper english.
Feb 7, 2012
I speak English and Japanese.I'm a native English speaker but I have a better Japanese accent.


Staff member
Nov 17, 2011
The Makai
I speak English, Japanese, a bit of Spanish and this year I am taking up French and Portuguese!


be vigitant
Feb 20, 2012
I'm fluent in English, and I've been learning Mandarin Chinese for a few years. I'm not fluent yet, but I've got a decent range of vocabulary (characters and pinyin) down.

Dark Princess

Weeaboo :D
Jun 11, 2009
Horrid, Ohio
Well, it's obvious that I speak English, but I'm currently in French 3, and I'm thinking of possibly becoming a French teacher, so I'm aiming to learn how to speak French fluently. I will be going to France after I graduate. My French teacher is planning a trip with the students, or at least the ones who can pay for it. So far there are only two students going for sure, that being me and a friend of mine... @_@; The first five days we'll be together, visiting many cool places, and then the next five days we're with host families...so I realllllly need to work on my French...hehe... ^^;;

Although I can't really speak them, I do know a few words in Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, and German. Hehe. x3


Hello Sweetie!
Jun 18, 2011
I'm native Norwegian, which means I speak Norwegian and have no problems understanding Swedish and Danish. I'm fluent in English, I took French for five years in school, but can't speak it to save my life. I've learned to count in various languages that I otherwise don't speak (German, Italian, Japanese, Finnish, Thamil) and right now I'm in the process of learning Norwegian standard sign-language (yes, sign-language has languages, even dialects... must be a nightmare for deaf people who wants to travel abroad...)


The game is on!
Naturally I speak Swedish since I live in Sweden, and I also speak English (I did live a year in England and we learn English in school), and I do speak German fairly well.

So I'd say I can speak three languages! :)

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