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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by Seiko, Nov 28, 2008.
English, French, and basic Spanish.
FORTRAN was my second language. PASCAL was the first. I changed carears after C++
English - 'merkin version, native tongue
Enough Spanish to order a beer and find the bathroom - important stuff like that.
Finnish by nature
Can read and speak English and Tagalog (Philippine).
I think this post need a pool ;D
What other languages do you speak besides English?
I am learning German.
english, a little german and french.
and I can order a beer in spanish. but that's about it.
oh, and I can talk nonsense and gobledygook but most people can. the art is learning to understand it.
Merged with an older thread. :baa:
English, Basic Spanish, and enough Samoan.
I can tell you off in Samoan, Spanish, Armenian, Farsi, and English of course.
English and un poco of Español.
English, French, German
(although French & German are rather rusty nowadays)
Okie English. I used to speak French and Spanish, but when I fell on my head I lost both of those. I can still read them, but can't understand them when I hear them. The doctor said that I must have stored the oral and written in different parts of my brain. Occasionally though I will start talking in French out of the blue and not realize it.
I know enough Spanish to get by, a small amount of french, and an even smaller amount of Portuguese.
english, spanish and I am learning french and then probably Latin after that with Rosetta stone.
I speak English and Tagalog fluently. I learned some words in Visaya and Mangyan but I never use them so I'm sure I'll forget them. I took French in high school and I can recognize enough in films to know somewhat is going on, but not nearly enough to communicate with someone directly.
A little Donnie Brasco action...it's a fugazi...your diamond it's a fugazi...fuhgettaboutit
Spanish, Czech, Portuguese
- English (main language)
- Arabic - modern standard - can also speak Pashto
- A smattering of French