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English is my primary language nowdays. I can speak very broken versions of Spanish, Punjabi, and Hindi. Hope to learn Korean one day.



 

 

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Hynad said:
Ljink96 said:
Spanish and English. I want to eventually learn Japanese though, at least be able to read it.

Surprisingly enough, learning to read japanese is more difficult than learning to speak it.

Not surprising since Eastern languages typically have a lot of rules to reading it. 

 

I've met a large amount of Arabic and Japanese speaking people who couldn't read the language. 

 

^Reference guide for how the languages can be written down



Only English.
I've dabbled in Japanese, French, German, and Swedish. I intend to become fluent in at least one of them some day, but I'm a slow learner.



Would like to learn Japanese but is more of a backburner goal



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Portuguese, English and a little bit of spanish



     


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English

Had a chance to learn Chinese Mandarin but was too lazy to study. Do I regret it? Yes but then again I spent all those times playing awesome games, so maybe I don't regret it that much. lol!



English and Japanese.

Took some Mandarin classes a few years ago too, only remember the very very basics though



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I'm fluent in Irish (Gaelic) and I'm fluent in a bastardized version of the English language which we speak in Ireland.



monocle_layton said:
Hynad said:

Surprisingly enough, learning to read japanese is more difficult than learning to speak it.

Not surprising since Eastern languages typically have a lot of rules to reading it. 

 

I've met a large amount of Arabic and Japanese speaking people who couldn't read the language. 

 

^Reference guide for how the languages can be written down

I told him that because of the way he worded his comment. Made it seem like he believes learning to read japanese is like learning to read western languages.




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Spanish and a decent english.