I speak English, sarcasm, and profanity. Those last two were learned through years of careful practice.
Three. English, French, and Spanish. French from years of tutoring and Spanish from two years of Rosetta Stone. I'm extremely close minded when it comes to languages and music so I always need to do Rosetta Stone to practice.
It is great that you can speak 3 languages I have always been interested in learning a new language. Thank you for the answer Iburmaster.
Good luck! I hope you are fantastic at learning languages.
I can speak 6 languages. Kashmiri, Punjabi, Pahari, Urdu, Hindi and Ofcourse English. Plus, i have some knowledge of Arabic too. The first 5 are my local area languages in North India. English came from studies and Arabic was nice to learn. So, i tried my hand on it. Plus, i plan to learn Spanish in a few years and currently i am stuck with Learning Computer Languages.
I can speak four languages: English, Afrikaans, German and French. English and Afrikaans because they are two official languages in South Africa and I studied French and German at University. I also spent much time in France and can understand Dutch.
I speak German as mother tongue and learned English and French in school. I understand Latin which I also learned in school, but am not able to speak it fluently (I believe not many people are).
by Smart is Good 6 years ago
Name the languages you can speak including your mother language and how good do you speak the others. My mother Language is Spanish, I speak advanced English and intermediate French. I'd love to keep learning german because I only know a few words and phrases but would love to know more.
by Joween Flores 5 years ago
Since I got bored on Facebook, and cannot sleep (it's 4:44AM here), I decided to create this forum to discuss how many hubbers can speak many languages. I am actually born in the Philippines, and particularly living in the second largest island called Mindanao, I can literally speak 3 languages,...
by Jerad Maplethorpe 8 years ago
How many languages can you speak, and why?I am curious as to how many languages you can speak. More specifically, why do you speak those (or possibly only English) language(s)?Have you thought about learning other languages and what has held you back?
by Cordlessaccount 9 years ago
How many languages do you speak? Do you consider it important to know a variety of languages?
by LazarDRod 10 years ago
How many languages can you speak?I know english and a little bit of spanish, what about you?
by Chitrangada Sharan 6 years ago
How many languages can you speak, understand and write?I can speak, understand and write in Hindi, Gujarati and English. I can also understand Urdu, Bengali, Bhojpuri and Marathi, but can not write in these languages. How about you?
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