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I am a Malaysian, which mean i know quite a number of languages, for examples Chinese (Mandarin, Foochow, Cantonese, Hokkien...), Malay, English, some Bahasa Sarawak, Iban & Tamil. Wow!! I just realise i knew so many languages.
All of these languages are mixed together become a "Rojak" language. Rojak is a kind of Malaysian food which contains the mixture of cucumber, pineapples, and melons with a special home made sauce.
Since all the languages mix like Rojak, there are pros and cons of them. Looking at the positive side, you look just so "WOW" for knowing so many languages. \0/\0/\0/ However, the negative portion is that, you can never master a language. :(
Just recently found reading and writing hubs on hubpages became my secret sheltering chamber, leaving me away from loaded works for a very short while. And writing provides me an opportunity to learn to write properly in English. At least, the rest of the world besides Malaysian know what my english is talking about. Lolz... ^_^
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