View Poll Results: How many languages do you speak?

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    19 8.09%
  • 2

    65 27.66%
  • 3

    66 28.09%
  • 4

    47 20.00%
  • 5

    13 5.53%
  • More than 5

    25 10.64%
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  1. sheena55ro
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    #121

    Re: How many languages do you speak?

    Romanian[ my native language], English, German and Italian

  2. #122

    Re: How many languages do you speak?

    i speak two languages ... arabic my naitve language and i still student at university in english major .....

  3. Fazzu's Avatar
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    #123

    Re: How many languages do you speak?

    I speak Tamil(my native language) as I am basically from India.And as a student in Singapore,I am taking English as my second language.
    Sad to say I speak only two languages.
    But as for English,I am not really good at it.Hope to improve on it as I have only one more year to write my major exam,GCSE.

  4. Junior Member
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    #124

    Re: How many languages do you speak?

    Greek (mother-tongue), English very well, I am a teacher of English in Greece), and I've studied French for about 6 years, but I'm not a very fluent speaker.

    However, at this site I realised that there are many subjects I haven't mastered yet, so I should be modest about how well I speak English, compared to some of you ,teachers/natives...!!!

  5. aliaa
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    #125

    Re: How many languages do you speak?

    I speak Italian ( this was my field of study ), English , a little French and my native language Arabic

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    #126

    Re: How many languages do you speak?

    Arabic beside English, though I studied little French but did't complete, unfortunately


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    #127

    Re: How many languages do you speak?

    I
    speak only English beside my Arabic language....

    I tried memorising some spanish words .. but I forgot them because i couldn't practice them.

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    #128

    Re: How many languages do you speak?

    It's nice to see many Arabians here.I used to read Arabic words but I don't really know thier meanings.And once my dad has attended an Arabic class where he always tells me that a simple sentence in Arabic has a lot of meanings.Now,I'm attending classes to learn my Q'uran.


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    #129

    Talking Re: How many languages do you speak?

    Chinese, English and some French

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    #130

    Re: How many languages do you speak?

    Polish (my native language), English (not too good, but it's not so bad); as well, I studied German (for four years, but now I wouldn't be able even to communicate), little Italian and Spanish (don't ask me anything in these languages--my knowledge is none now). Then, I could say--it's just two languages.

    Nyggus

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