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Can someone teach me Jive?

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Mandarin Chinese for me, aside from English.

As has been said, one of the hardest languages I think to learn (to write) if not picked up as a child...

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native english, native spanish (mexican), and fluent italian. 5 highschool years of french but j'ai oublié tout.....

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Guest JCS514

fluent English, fluent French

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English, Scouse, l337 and some French, but mostly only swear words and ways to hit on people.

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Guest doubletap

English, Romanian, Greek( although I did forget a lot), and little bit of Spanish.

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Swedish and English obviously. I also speak some french, I understand more written french then spoken though. Minimalistic spanish and german.

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basically native fluency in german, proficient in portuguese and spanish.

i've been mad rusty as of late

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English, French, Dutch and Spanish

I grew up with my dad talking to me in Dutch and my mom talking to me in Spanish. Living in Mexico also helped out with that ;D

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cantonese

mandarin

english

minimal japanese (learnt for 2 yrs in HS)

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My native language is swedish, other than that I understand english pretty good I, I'm really bad at speaking however. I also speak some german and for the moment I'm trying to learn finnish. I would also like to be able to know russian.

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Guest Goose25
Pfft... you people are annoying.

perl, python, c, objective-c, xhtml, xml, php, (object) pascal...

I'm a geek it seems. :(

css, php, actionscript(general), xml, javascript (dom scripting) and loving mashups - i love manuals so any programming language inside a nice new glossy book is perfect sunday reading.

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Fluent in English and Korean.

Half fluent in Mandarian and Spanish.

Only can understand French and Japanese.

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Can understand kantonese fully, can barely speak it.

I can get around in mexico with my spanish, barely.

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vietnamese

english

sign language

took korean in hs and dropped that shit so fast

minimal chinese from when i was teaching english literature in china

im taking sign language so i wont have to take fucking spanish

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tagalog, some spanish and some portuguese, fairly fluent in ebonics/jive

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I'm taking Chinese right now, and it's coming along okay. I'll need to study a lot more if I have any hopes of studying in China.

I also can understand some German, and speak a little less.

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tagalog

spanish (5 years)

can read Katakana / know common Japanese phrases from anime/manga/video games

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je parle un peu du francais

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english

mandarin

hokkien

some indonesian/bahasa malaysia (did 4 years at high school until they cancelled the subject)

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i'm speak some ebonix yo.

日本語

tieng viet

socially deprived basement dweller communication systems

i intend to pick up lernin starcraft in the future (korean) and the language of the wow gold miners (chionezz)

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I've found that pretty much all fobby asians sound a like when speaking engrish.

Be it japs, chins, viet, kors, thais, cambods, hell, even flips, you name it...the engrish sounds more or less the same in my experience.

no, man

they're all different

you must not be asian

i speak korean, enough spanish to get by with co-workers, random words/phrases in german, chinese, japanese, french, thai, indonesian, vietnamese.. i think that's it =/

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foreals, its not the same, each asian sthnicity speaks english with a different accent.

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i started this thread?

shit. i dont even remember

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cantonese, english, ebonics (Thank you, Richmond, CA), extremely little mandarin, and totally forgot my spanish...

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well, i get by in English, Spanish, Portuguese and i am learning Japanese. Je parle bien sûr français... Nice thread btw because i always wondered which languages did you speak and learn in the usa and uk besides english. It seems very random.

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The following are languages I can speak and some I can barely get by:

  1. English
  2. German (not to boast, but received an overall A grade for GCSE German)
  3. Swedish (mothertongue when I was a little one)
  4. Norwegian (lived there for four years)
  5. French (studied for 2 years in junior school)
  6. Italian- basic "useful" phrases learnt from hotel leaflets while in Milan this summer
  7. Japanese (very limited- learned a few phrases off one of my mums old 'teach-yourself Japanese' book)

Languages I'd want to learn more thoroughly:

  1. German
  2. Italian
  3. Japanese

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