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I speak spanish and Japanese , and live in Japan :P



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 I'm fluent in Japanese, lived there for 7 years when I was a kid. I'm from and live in California.



I speak English. Oh wait...

I also speak Spanish and Chinese (specifically the Beijing Dialect, which is the official language of China and Taiwan - and probably a few other countries as well). I speak both fluently.

Oh, and English too... 



leo-j: I think it is "The animal went away to eat fish", but I think you meant to write "para" and not "parra", am I right?



I'm surprised you're missing spanish in that list.

I speak a little spanish but no one would ever call me fluent



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I'm another spanish speaker, I know that now we have enough, but I'm always checking the site, if you need anything, I'll be glad of being helpful.



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JP_Neptune said:
leo-j: I think it is "The animal went away to eat fish", but I think you meant to write "para" and not "parra", am I right?

Yes your right.

 La cabesa de la chiqita tiene peste.



 

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leo-j said:
Alright if you guys really speak spanish say this in english:

El animal se fue parra comer pescado.

???

The animal went to be too proud to eat fish?

...if only what you wrote made sense Spanish speakers may be able to say it!

(It's "El animal se fue a comer pescado")



leo-j said:
JP_Neptune said:
leo-j: I think it is "The animal went away to eat fish", but I think you meant to write "para" and not "parra", am I right?

Yes your right.

La cabesa de la chiqita tiene peste.


 The little girl's head stinks?

 

That makes no sense in Spanish, leo-j... 



leo-"jota" habla mucho pero no dice nada.