How many languages do you speak?

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-Faded-
One, and that's English orz
Gigo
Bulgarian (fluent), English (I really wanna say fluent, but... ok, screw it, fluent) and I recently started learning German.
Senpoii
Main language is English. I know very little Japanese, but want to learn it. I'm also learning Spanish from a friend.
mang0es
First language is Japanese, fluent in English as well. Have been learning Spanish for 4 years and also know a bit of French.
jackmoo3
Thai
and not really good in English but can understand :)
B1rd
I wonder why Japanese is so popular..
TakuMii

B1rd wrote:

I wonder why Japanese is so popular..
because japanese is honto sugoi desu
Elicchi
English and Filipino. Kind of fluent on both.
B1rd

YayMii wrote:

B1rd wrote:

I wonder why Japanese is so popular..
because japanese is honto sugoi desu
ee Nihongo wa sugoi desu ne

Just wanted to hear others' opinions :P
Lewder

B1rd wrote:

I wonder why Japanese is so popular..
You're surrounded by weeaboos, of course it's popular
Genjitsu
Indonesian, English, and some basic Mandarin
So, 2 because I'm still learning how to speak Mandarin
Posdopd
I speak English, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese. :D;)
Downsy
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Gabe
French is my native language, English is my second language. I'm also willing to learn new languages, for an example, I'm learning Spanish and I have to learn Portuguese for my Brazil trip next year (:
nya10
Indonesian, English and a bit of Chinese (very very little chinese >.<)
[ Stellar ]
From strongest to weakest:
English, Chinese, Spanish, Japanese
rhiload
English and welsh (some dead language)
Lewder

rhiload wrote:

English and welsh (some dead language)
Yo, don't call Welsh dead, keep it alive instead. I fucking hate when languages die because of people thinking it'd be convenient not to teach it to their children because they "won't need" it in the long run.
rhiload

Lewder wrote:

rhiload wrote:

English and welsh (some dead language)
Yo, don't call Welsh dead, keep it alive instead. I fucking hate when languages die because of people thinking it'd be convenient not to teach it to their children because they "won't need" it in the long run.
it is teached all around the country. it is not a dead language so to say. but its definitely overshadowed by the more dominant English language. its more of a "local" language so to say. im fine with it as long as it still has a mark on wales.
Raiken-
Indonesian. English @ School sometimes when I'm bored or something. Japanese @ Home when I'm angry or something.
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