I never speak my own language
Speak native at work or with parents
Speak English with friends or when in school
I speak english at work, college and when gaming
I speak my native in the remaining time (Like 2-3 hours a day and when sleeping).
I'm a brazilian cunt currently living in Australia and I basically never speak portuguese unless I'm on my phone with my parents
I studied a lot of languages thru my school years, Swedish, Spanish, German, Latin and of course English.
Finnish is so very different from most languages and I find English and German the most "full" ones if you know what I mean. I mostly think in English. It's such a complete language, you can express thoughts and ideas to fuller extent than in Finnish.
To be fair i learned English by myself thanks to hltv and movies + a few guides.
I use it more often than German and French (we learned in school) but not as much and my native. (if i talk in English to my friends / guys from around the city they will beat me)
I speak English in English classes, and in my leisure time when chatting with people who don't know German. Sometimes I talk in English to a particular friend of mine, though in a purposely broken Mexican accent (an old meme between us).
Other than that I speak my native language, though I do watch a lot of English entertainment media.
I only use English on the internet and when tourists ask for directions lol
i have never spoken english IRL in my life, i only use it on the internet
Is mother tongue the language I grew up with or my mothers? My mothers is turkish but I mainly talk german except with most of my non-german speaking relatives. Rest german but I mostly listen to english songs eatch english movies because german sucks.
Saturday- English is first class, 3 academical hours
I only use English on the Internet. In my region we speak Spanish or Galician for everything.
I live abroad so I speak Urdu at home only and even that is almost half Urdu-Half English because I've forgotten a lot of the language.
In brazil almost nobody speak english, so that is why is hard for me to practice, i can understand and read, but if i really try to speak its hard, cause i almost never speak in english, i only type ofc here on the internet.
I only speak english on the internet. People in my country can barely speak their native language because our public schools are woeful.
Knowing english is still a luxury here.
Native language: 99% of the time (dutch), I only speak english when there is a language barrier which rarely occurs. I even talk more german than english because I live close to the border and since germans speak shit english I have to try as best as I can in german
Mostly native, speaking english online, and when we are joking with friends haha, and bc most of the ppl here dont know much of it, if for example they are sitting next to us and we want to say smth about them we mix english here and there
English whilst on the computer.
Swedish whilst not on the computer.
i rarely talk Finnish, mostly English
I use English only on the Internet. Knowing English also helps on games without Turkish subtitles.
90% of the time I communicate in english.. on daily basis
i always use finnish irl and english online
I only speak English on the internet, because the people from Brazil don't understand English, nobody speaks English here.
I thank the people of hltv for helping me daily with my English, which unfortunately I've to learn alone because English schools are very expensive.
Does anyone speak NaMese?
I can speak a way better than write something like an essay, I forget almost all the words I know and I start to think in German, Idk what actually the problem is but when I read I get 90% of words which I can't remember while the fucking essay
i speak english when gaming, and with friend in school, just 4fun
Finnish when talking with family or IRL friends, when filling out government shit or buying something in a store.
English pretty much everywhere online, and in my job since there are a lot of people from all across Europe in my office and English is the common language we all understand.
-Norwegian for the most time, like 98%
-Last 2% english, sometimes because of work, meet up with exchange students or meet one of my friends that went to a private school their whole childhood and they've been taught to speak only english so most of the time they'll end up speaking english out of habit even though they're fully norwegian
70 % english, 30 % norwegian, 100 % memes
Englando is my 3rd language
Why the hell would I speak English? WTF If the other guy doesn't speak Finnish then ofc, but why is this a question?
In Delhi we speak Hindi but use some expressions of English
South India speaks their own language (Tamil telegu or kannad) English is a second language to them
I don’t speak the engrish
speak swedish to my mom and english to my dad, as I live in Washington DC 9/12 months haha bro
I speak English 100% of the time.
i never spoke english in my life, i only use it to write in sites like HLTV or reddit.
But it's useful when i can't find anime subbed in spanish for instance, so i watch it in english, plus you can watch videos and livestreams that are way better and entertaining than those normie ass hispanic ones.
english in public, spanish at home
As I'm currently neither living in a german nor english speaking country, I (apart from my part time job as a german teacher) don't use either of them a lot, but probably still more english than german.
As for my thoughts, it is probably (just looking at the two) about 75% english and 25% german.
English in school and online
Mother tongue when home
Hindi when outside 😎😎😎
I use English like ~4 hours a day, sometimes more.
1. Playing CS
2. Watching series
P.S. Also take part in some olympiads on English as I'm on C1-C2 level
Why should i speak english in my daily live? :D All'd think that im retarded. So only internet or if i meet some foreign man. oh well maybe im a lil bit retarded bc i love to swear in finnish/swedish more than in my native lang.
I was speaking just russian and english when i was in university, now i speak russian in csgo and with my gf english in pubg
Turkish can't speak English bruh xD
English is the third I've learned, daily at home I am speaking turkish and danish, danish with friends and english, when I am doing something online or when I am talking about something with my siblings, that my parents dont need to know.
1-Hindi at home
2-English when communicating with someone from south India(Coz their language is totally different).
I speak Finnish w/ my mom and English w/ my dad so my English is almost as good as my native tongue, Finnish