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- Joined: Jan 15th, '10, 07:44
- Location: Dwarf Planet Eris
Native language: Greek
English quite fluently
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- Joined: Nov 14th, '09, 15:33
- Location: Portugal
I,m portuguese, so i know portuguese.
born in Switzerland, so i know german and italian.
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- Joined: Dec 21st, '08, 06:22
- Location: Sweden
Norwegian (very similar to Swedish)
want to learn Korean and French (studied French in middle school, but i don't remember much)
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- Joined: Oct 3rd, '08, 20:51
- Location: Ger
I am german so I speak german fluently
had 9 years english in school and still using it everyday so quite good in it (at least I hope that^^)
had 7 years latin and 1,5 years spanish so I can understand the basics of spanish and italian but only when people are talking slowly
And I started learning japanese but since I am learning it by myself and not attending any course for it it will take some time for me to be good at it though I am always surprised at how much I can actually understand without subs
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- Joined: Jan 17th, '10, 14:35
I can speak chinese, and can kind of understand some japanese dramas without subtitles despite of knowing really limited amount.xD
and I also speak german, too bad it doesn't help much when watching dramas..;__;
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- Joined: Jan 11th, '08, 14:36
I speak English & Arabic fluently, and learning Japanese at the moment
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- Joined: Jul 17th, '08, 23:40
I'm Chinese American and I pretty much am fluent only in English lol. My dad never tried to teach me Cantonese unfortunately.
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- Joined: Jun 28th, '09, 18:16
Every language ever spoken.
But no wonder, I'm possessed, muahahaha!!!
Popularity? Since I know what it means to be forgotten, I won''t be shaken by it. KNG
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- Joined: Jun 16th, '08, 20:43
- Location: Romania
I can speak romanian
I understand English, so I rely on subtitles
thanks to subbers for translations
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- Joined: Aug 16th, '09, 07:10
- Location: CT
I have a profound interest in languages, so I'm trying to pick up quite a few.
I natively speak Polish and English.
I can rather fluently speak Japanese.
I'm learning German and Cantonese at a rather slow pace right now.
If I ever get those 2 down and am still interested in learning languages I will pick up Korean (I know Hangul by heart, but don't know any actual Korean words other than like Annyeonghaseyo)
- Posts: 227
- Joined: Mar 17th, '10, 20:12
- Location: Hong Kong
native cantonese, proficient in mandarin, a few phrases in japanese and korean. yup that's it. haha
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- Joined: Jul 2nd, '09, 18:16
- Location: CAIRO - EGYPT
for me i speak arabic and fluent english and a good french if i wanna learn another language i will choose japanese
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- Joined: Mar 16th, '10, 01:37
- Location: Los Angeles, CA, USA
native english speaker, but i can understand/speak a decent amount on spanish (studied a couple years in high school, and live in LA), though it may take me a second to process what i heard! lol. been studying japanese on my own and can usually watch most doramas without subs, but i miss out a bit on the details, unless i'm attached to my dictionary, so i usually use the subs. i know the katakana and hiragana and a couple hundred kanji, so i can read a bit, but not too much, and not too fast...
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- Joined: Mar 27th, '10, 20:22
- Location: Hungary
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- Joined: Apr 9th, '10, 06:50
Well I am from US and i speak US English but i am also speak Japanese and Korean because we are working on projects related to these both country. I speak only 10% Japanese and 15% Korean.
1st and only warning. Do not post spam link in your signature again.
- Posts: 188
- Joined: Jul 17th, '10, 04:15
- Location: U.S.A.
i am from the U.S. and speak only English. I am currently trying to learn Korean (at a very slow pace) and would love to learn Japanese as well but I don't have much confidence. I have an auditory processing disorder which can make it difficult to discriminate similar sounds so learning foreign languages is a bit tricky for me. I even have trouble understanding someone speaking English sometimes. I will give it my best though. Fighting!
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- Joined: Apr 11th, '10, 11:23
I'm still learning japanese, so I'm not fluent at all,
but I hope this will change after a year in Japan
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- Joined: Oct 4th, '10, 05:39
- Location: French Polynesia
I sooo want to learn KOREAN !! xD
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- Joined: Jul 23rd, '08, 08:54
- Location: A little Town
I´m still learning japanese, but I´m surprised how with the time it´s getting easier and easier. For average movies and dramas I don´t really need subs, but always for complicated movies. The problem is, if there are subtitles it´s too easy to rely on them. *lol*
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- Joined: Feb 28th, '10, 02:19
- Location: Ontario Canada
I'm Canadian. I speak English and Portuguese because my parents are from Portugal.
Always had a fascination with Asian culture since I was a kid. Was too lazy to learn the language back then but now I want to learn Mandarin and Japanese.
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- Joined: Aug 1st, '11, 13:50
I speak fluent english and serbian and I know a lot of japanese ^_^.
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- Joined: Aug 8th, '11, 09:04
I can understand Cantonese [so HK Dramas are easier to digest, despite me not liking them as much as Korean or Japanese!]
I'm a very basic at Japanese, but I'm learning. Got a load of Rocket Japanese and Pimsleurs audio mp3s to help me out. Any tips anyone?
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- Joined: Jun 23rd, '11, 16:43
Sometimes, I could easily understand japanese because I used to watch anime.
I could understand few Korean words although I couldn't speak myself.
But I still depend on the subtitle anyway.
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- Joined: Apr 16th, '11, 09:47
Want to learn Korean, Japanese or Chinese? then what are you waiting for?
for more details, you can find me on twitter: @KJCSweettheart
or check the photo
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- Joined: Nov 6th, '12, 12:23
I like Chinese and I can understand it little because I have a friend in china. But unfortunately I can’t read or write.
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- Joined: Feb 16th, '13, 23:12
Urdu , Hindi , British English , sort of Arabic
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- Joined: Aug 23rd, '12, 21:43
- Location: Turkey
i know turkish and english. that's all
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- Joined: Dec 29th, '07, 13:27
- Location: Brazil
I can speak Portuguese (I'm brazilian) and English.. and also german, french and japanese, but I still need to improve those languages.
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- Joined: Feb 4th, '09, 14:44
I'm brazilian, so I speak portuguese, but I also know how to speak English.
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- Joined: Jul 5th, '13, 10:25
I've been studying Japanese for about 3 months I guess... 2 months school studies, and been continuing to study at social media sites, knowing some japanese people, watching dramas and stuffs, and is playing Japanese learning game on my iOS..
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- Joined: Aug 7th, '13, 23:32
- Location: USA
I only know English and a bit of Spanish. I want to learn more Spanish as well as Korean.
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- Joined: Dec 8th, '13, 19:05
My native language is English.
Other languages? I know a little bit of Polish, as I was employed teaching Polish children English. I was literally thrown in at the deep end, no experience, but we got to understand each other through the universal language of football. No kidding. I'm a football fan and so were they.
I taught them some English, and they taught me some Polish.
Internet has been a boon and curse for the teenagers.
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- Joined: Feb 8th, '14, 15:04
I know Mandarin, but I can't read well enough to catch the subtitles as they speed past!
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- Joined: Nov 14th, '18, 23:23
- Location: USA
Well, there's English, as you can tell by my typing. Raised in the States.
My mother is Peruvian, so I grew up speaking Spanish.
I learned Portuguese in my early 20s while living abroad in Brazil for a while.
I can't speak Italian or French, but I can pick up on a lot of if not most of what the words meanm if I read something thanks to my knowledge of Portuguese and Spanish.
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