View Poll Results: How many languages do you speak?

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    65 27.66%
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    66 28.09%
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    47 20.00%
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    13 5.53%
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    I speak Dutch very well and a little English, German and French. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peanut
    I speak Dutch very well and a little English, German and French. :)
    Would you say that you speak four languages fluenty? Or that you speak one language fluently and three languages adequately? Or something else?

    :)

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    I speak Portuguese (my native language), English and German. I can speak just a little bit of Spanish. I learned French at school for three years, but if you ask me to say something in French... well... don't! :wink:

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    Arabic and english only.
    I like to learn more languages but i find it hard to learn alone or no one i talke to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noar
    Arabic and english only.
    I like to learn more languages but i find it hard to learn alone or no one i talke to.
    You speak two languages, eh? That's one more than me. :wink:

    (Say: "I would like to learn more languages.")

    :)

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    Three. English, Mandarin and Taiwanese - my first language. I studied Japanese, Spanish and German in school many years ago.

    BMO

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    Wow!

    :D

    So Mandarin is considered a separate language from Taiwanese? But they do have many similarities, don't they?

    Would you say you speak three languages and understand (somewhat) three others?

    :)

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    Mandarin and Taiwanese (i.e. Fujianese, spoken in the Fujian province of China, Taiwan, Singapore, and Chinese communities of Philippines and other southeast Asia countries) are very similar but they cannot understand each other.

    I only had one semester each of German and Spanish, but I had a couple years of Japanese in school. I can do simple conversation and probably can get around in Japan, that is all. It is hard to understand news on TV but I can guess since Japanese uses many Chinese characters in their writings.

    German, Spanish and a medical terminology course help me in understanding English vacabulary roots.

    BMO

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    Thanks for the interesting explanation.

    :D

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    Default Re: How many languages do you speak?

    Quote Originally Posted by Red5
    Indicate how many languages you speak by voting, and then describe what they are.
    Italian fluently, English (not sure), French and Spanish.

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