#1
I know English obviously, Spanish well, and am learning Arabic. I'm wanting to get Rosetta Stone soon; anyone of a reccomendation and reason why I should learn a particular language?
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#2
One
Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day
You fritter and waste the hours in an offhand way
Kicking around on a piece of ground in your home town
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#3
English, naturally.

Studied French for 5 years at school (which doesn't mean all that much...)

And I did 5 years of Spanish in 2 years at school, which I guess isn't so bad.

Got grade B in both French and Spanish at GCSE.


So I think that makes 1 and two halves.
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#4
English French and Finnish. I studied french at school and I studied finnish due to having family members teach me random words (grammar sucks cos nobody taught me how to string them together properly) I used to try and put finnish words in my spoken french accidentally.... what i said made sense to me. Frinnish did not catch on though.
#7
Fluent in Javascript as well as Klingon

well no just English and Polish
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#8
Pretty much one. I took three years of Spanish but I've forgotten pretty much all of it.


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#9
I only know one. Are those rosetta stone programs any good? I have one on spanish, but havent installed it yet.
#11
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English is my first, I'm decent at speaking Spanish, and I can make basic conversations in ASL (American Sign Language)
#14
2- english and german

and i went on a booster course at school for japanese
like 2 weeks of intensive learning - so i could probably do basic stuff such as ordering food etc
#15
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J'ai perdu ma tete, misa te on?
^Frinnish



I have lost my head, something?

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#16
where is it. I actually said something like that in my oral exam for my french GCSE, I think I said about losing keys in the station but I used the finnish word for keys. My french teacher was flapping away in the background trying to tell me the words without being heard on tape
#17
11 actually

english
latin
french
italian
spanish
german
russian
dutch
japanese
manderine
korean
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#18
Engrish and French.
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#20
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My french teacher was flapping away in the background trying to tell me the words without being heard on tape



I love it when they do that.
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#21
english
2.5 years of japanese
1 year of spanish
a little german
html
javascript
some java
klingon
gibberish
1337
visual basic
in the process of c++
drunk

is that enough?
#22
4th year french currently... guess I speak it pretty well. Enough to converse with someone.
#23
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english
2.5 years of japanese
1 year of spanish
a little german
html
javascript
some java
klingon
gibberish
1337
visual basic
in the process of c++
drunk

is that enough?
Your sig mocks my multilingual talents
#24
French and english...started to learn english in 3rd grade, I'm still not completely billingual but I'm not that bad
#25
Yes! The great Yawn posted on my thread! I'm now officially cool
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#27
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Yes! The great Yawn posted on my thread! I'm now officially cool

uh.....

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#28
English and I'm still learning French. My school doesn't offer any other languages until grade 9, so I have to wait til next year. I planning on Spanish, or Japanese, but I'm pretty sure I'll be taking Spanish.
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