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#31 Old 10-17-2004, 08:29 AM
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That's cool, Spunky!



I speak English and Spanish fluently, and I can get by pretty decently in French.
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#32 Old 10-17-2004, 11:07 AM
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English fluently, Greek slightly-fluentley, and a bit of converstional French and Japanese as well.

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#33 Old 10-17-2004, 11:13 AM
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Well, I can speak Dutch and English, of course. I can also speak a tiny bit of German and French, but I', pretty bad in both languages. I can also say some sentences in Quenya (one of Tolkien's elf-languages), but as that's not usefull at all, I don't think that it counts .
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I speak English obviously... And some french (went to french immersion school for two years), a bit of German (6th grade) and some Spanish (3rd - 5th).
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I speak sign language and American english. I also speak alot of spanish though not gramatically correct.



If anyone wants to learn sign language i can suggest some great dvd's to use! Sign language for dummies is OK at best, so don't buy it unless you know at least some sign language, in my opinion :-D
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#36 Old 10-17-2004, 11:37 AM
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English & I've studied french for 7 years so far and spanish for 5 years.
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#37 Old 10-17-2004, 02:43 PM
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I write English, but I think I speak the President's English, Oklahoma being smack dab up next to Texas. I can speak the Queen's English with practice, and sometimes do it for fun. I speak enough jive to get an angry black student back in a good mood, (or probably they are just laughing at my poor efforts, but they are laughing). I am semi fluent in Spanish (American not Cast.), some German, some Italian, some Latin. None of these are fit for inspection.
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#38 Old 10-17-2004, 02:45 PM
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English obviously, a bit of Spanish, and I can understand a pretty good amount of people who speak in Mandarin Chinese, as long as they don't talk really fast.
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I speak Dutch and English, obviously. I'm only able to speak German halfway decently if I've spent at least a couple of days with Germans. My French is rather bad, but not bad enough for me not to try to use it on people . Recently, I've learned a bit of Romanian during/in preparation for my vacation in that country. There's also a couple of other languages I picked up on while on vacation, but I would never try to say anything except the usual polite phrases in them unless absolutely necessary (Italian, Spanish and Russian).



(I'm also fairly decent at Latin)
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#40 Old 10-17-2004, 04:44 PM
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Wow. Look at all these languages.



I speak American English fluently... used to be fluent in German but I haven't spoken it much in about 6 years so it's slowly dissipating... and I'm learning Australian English now. heh. I'm also fluent in beer.



I would like to learn spanish & mandarin next... maybe in a few months, when I'm done with my masters program... (yaaay! almost done!!)
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#41 Old 10-17-2004, 06:45 PM
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I speak english, tourist french, and a healthy chunk of latin (course I haven't had any latin in a year so I'm a little rusty now but I bet I could pick it up again in a few days if I tried).
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#42 Old 10-17-2004, 07:10 PM
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yea i know typical american



i can speak a little spanish if taht counts
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