Spanish and Chinese, I have already started Spanish though going very slow, now getting mp3 files for Chinese with the help of a relative teaching English out there. Love the artistic Chinese writing too but will leave that until spoken Spanish and Chinese are further along.
I want to learn to read and write Khmer. Khmer is the languages used in Cambodia. My wife was born there (see my Hub for more info: http://hubpages.com/hub/Cambodia-Srok-Khmer) and it is a very interesting language. The character are not like Chinese or Japanese. This language is ancient and has the longest alphabet of all languages! The origins of the language were from the early Brahmin (sp?) language from India.
After several years of study, I used to know a lot of Spanish and would love to improve and learn more.
I'm in the beginning stages of learning Spanish and I'd really like to reach a point where I feel comfortable conversing. I want to be able to say "I'm bilingual" at the end of the day, in the future.
I would learn Irish, Welsh Gaelic, or Scottish Gaelic. I think Latin would be interesting too.
by milleramanda53 5 years ago
What is a good language to start teaching a 5th grader?
by Bmm209 6 years ago
I'd learn Japanese, Korean, and Tagalog.
by buddinglinguist 4 years ago
Do you like learning foreign languages?Which language would you most like to learn?
by CollB 6 years ago
Why is it also important to know about your culture?I speak 2 languages, other than English and know basic words in 2 others.
by Cardia 12 months ago
Do you speak another language? Is there one that you want to learn in the future?I'm a native English speaker, but I speak Portuguese rather fluently, since I've spent the past year and a half in Brazil. I used to study French and Spanish in high school, but I've forgotten quite a lot. If possible,...
by lliekamia 8 years ago
do you believe that learning many languages will makeus more competitive to others?common guys, tell me your points of view.lieka
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