View Poll Results: How many languages do you speak?

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  • 1

    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. RonBee's Avatar
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    #61

    Re: How many languages do you speak?

    Quote Originally Posted by johnny_bdn
    Quote Originally Posted by Red5
    Indicate how many languages you speak by voting, and then describe what they are.

    I speak spanish and catalan as mother tongues, so i'm bilingual from birth. And by now, i wouldn't dare to say I speak english well, at least not as well as I'd like...... but I can handle a conversation in english without too many problems apart from a few 'sorry, can u repeat?' and questions like that.

    ...Slower, pleeeease, you're going so fast for me mate!!!!
    I think you're not doing too badly, but if it will help I'll type slower.

    :wink:

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    #62
    Quote Originally Posted by barbamama
    I speak Dutch and English. I have also learned to speak a bit of French and German, but most of that I have forgotten. I can only read it.
    Willkommen zu unserem Forum!


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    #63
    Quote Originally Posted by sanny
    Hi johnny,

    I like this sentence of you:

    ...Slower, pleeeease, you're going so fast for me mate!!!!

    I only don't know if 'Slower' is a right word to say in a sentence like this. But I like the 'mate'! ;)
    May I make a suggestion? Say: "I like this sentence of yours." ("Slower" is just right. BTW, say: "I don't know if "slower" is the right word....")

    :)

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    #64
    Here is a link to the translator at Dictionary.com:


    :)


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    #65

    Re: How many languages do you speak?

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Quote Originally Posted by johnny_bdn
    Quote Originally Posted by Red5
    Indicate how many languages you speak by voting, and then describe what they are.

    I speak spanish and catalan as mother tongues, so i'm bilingual from birth. And by now, i wouldn't dare to say I speak english well, at least not as well as I'd like...... but I can handle a conversation in english without too many problems apart from a few 'sorry, can u repeat?' and questions like that.

    ...Slower, pleeeease, you're going so fast for me mate!!!!
    I think you're not doing too badly, but if it will help I'll type slower.

    :wink:

    thanks my man!! you're typing is quick as lightning, i was getting dizzy till you began typing slower!!! :wink:

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    #66
    s l o w e n o u g h f o r y o u ?

  6. sanny
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    I don't understand!

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Quote Originally Posted by sanny
    Hi johnny,

    I like this sentence of you:

    ...Slower, pleeeease, you're going so fast for me mate!!!!

    I only don't know if 'Slower' is a right word to say in a sentence like this. But I like the 'mate'! ;)
    May I make a suggestion? Say: "I like this sentence of yours." ("Slower" is just right. BTW, say: "I don't know if "slower" is the right word....")

    :)
    I don't understand why it's yours. Isn't it:
    something of you
    and not
    something of yours

    ??
    It is your possession, it's of you or from you?
    Is it maybe: this is from you, this is of yours ??
    Is that correct???? I don't understand... :(

  7. sanny
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    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Here is a link to the translator at Dictionary.com:


    :)
    This is a terrible translator! :wink: :D
    I took 'English to Dutch' but it's just very very bad... no offence, but sentence translation is just terrible. :D :D :D , but I liked it!

  8. sanny
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    #69
    Quote Originally Posted by Beeuurkes
    We already know Sophie des Cartes and Barbamama ...
    ... But who is the third one ? :D
    The third one doesn't come here very often, so I don't know her name very well. At the moment she's not around, so I can't ask her either. I think it's something like 'Lini' or 'Lina' or 'Lena' or 'Leni', some of them is correct, but I can't tell you wich one! :D :wink:
    They all like this forum... just like me! :D

  9. sanny
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    #70
    Does anyone know barbapapa, not like a nickname as barbamama, but the cartoon?
    When I was a little girl I liked it very much! ;)

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