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Other citizen_of_the_world 
What language do you guys speak and are learning? I'm learning spanish and mandarin I want to learn french, german and japanese I speak dari, english, arabic and almost fluently portuguese What about you mens?
2021-01-17 05:36
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French dutch english italian Learning german
2021-01-17 05:38
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Python mostly.
2021-01-17 11:08
Learning German is very advisable. Everyone will speak German after next Word War.
2021-01-17 11:36
where do you live? you wont need to speak mandarin if you're living in like germany
2021-01-17 05:38
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#8
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Russia iiinej
Yeah, everyone talks about the big potential Mandarin language has, but does it really? You don’t meet Chinese often, even on the internet. Moving to China? Hell no! If you want to go to Singapore, they all speak English there anyways. I think it’s only relevant if you’re some cool businessman that’s willing to integrate shit to the Chinese market, or if you’re actually interested in the culture. I’d like to hear other opinions that would prove me wrong, though.
2021-01-17 05:46
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Jordan Zereeni
+1 good point
2021-01-17 05:48
2021-01-17 05:49
+1, #13 If you live in Europe it makes more sense to learn literally any other European language, especially a "big" one, like French, Spanish or German. Learning Chinese is not smarter move than learning for example Korean or Japanese. I mean, if you love the culture, why not, but the point about China being too big to ignore is silly.
2021-01-17 05:52
I'm learning mandarin mostly because I will apply to a test that will help me in future jobs, especially since I want to leave my country China influence is growing every and I want to speak mandarin when they are by far the most influential country
2021-01-17 05:48
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true, good luck man!
2021-01-17 06:25
ignorance and stupidity
2021-01-17 05:39
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my favourite languages
2021-01-17 05:46
#4
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Russia iiinej
Russian is my native language, I also speak English fluently (no shit). I tried to learn Korean, French, and Norwegian, but it all stopped, because I didn’t have any actual motivation, no any reason or need to speak those. As for now, I’m interested in Mandarin, Japanese and Hebrew, but again, I don’t feel like any of these would be useful for me, only if I’d become a weeb and watch anime, yeah, Japanese would be useful in that case.
2021-01-17 05:41
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Why hebrew
2021-01-17 11:16
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#94
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Russia iiinej
Beautiful writing system, interesting history of the language, plus Jewish culture isn't boring as well and has made big impact to the world. I'd also like to visit Israel some day, even though I'd be completely fine there using English and Russian. Still, I will probably never learn it 'cause I don't feel the need.
2021-01-17 11:28
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I agree
2021-01-17 11:44
Tbh English and Mandarin are prob the only languages you'll need in life. Most EU countries learn English and China is just Big ass China. Chinese American bestest.
2021-01-17 05:44
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Also the 2 hardest languages to learn i believe. (or at least up there)
2021-01-17 05:47
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English is considered easy
2021-01-17 05:49
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Well as someone who was born speaking it yes it is very easy but from a non-English speaking background. The amount of linguistic quirks, weird spellings for words... You're taught to sound out words as a kid... then explain why all 3 of these words are pronounced completely differently while having the same last 4 letters in "ough" Through: pronounced "thru" Bough: pronounced "bow" Rough: pronounced "ruff" Then we have silent letters "Ghost", "Debt" And that is just covering the surface. The sayings we have in English that make no sense anywhere else... the most commonly used example would be: "it's raining cats and dogs out here"... just to say its raining hard.
2021-01-17 06:01
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Pronunciation might be a pain but for reading and writing is one of the easiest i know
2021-01-17 06:05
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I'll take your word for it. Just in my experience a lot of ESL students struggle with proper English even 4 years after opting in to the program. They speak broken English fairly well, but this is just my anecdotal experience.
2021-01-17 06:11
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Turkey ShooGTr
Pronunciation is not a big problem. There are deep words, understandings, etc, in other languages. English is pretty easy to learn in this way. As I know Turkish, I would say that it is really hard to learn with all those casual speaking words. idioms, proverbs. Someone who doesn't know Turkish would have lots of trouble while learning it.
2021-01-17 10:59
english in coloquialisms -- often used here, is easy. proper English, however, is much more difficult.
2021-01-17 06:34
#19
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Other DEBIRUMAN
English hard language to learn omegalul
2021-01-17 05:50
#70
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France Kaaai
english is one of the easiest language to learn
2021-01-17 10:53
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#75
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Australia z3ro_
Languages* lol jkjk
2021-01-17 11:02
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Hahaha
2021-01-17 21:51
You don't need Chinese if you don't live in East Asia
2021-01-17 05:48
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Yeah, but a lot of jobs have facilities in China where you need from communicate with or even travel to. At least in America.
2021-01-17 05:57
2021-01-17 06:02
#21
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Russia iiinej
2021-01-17 05:51
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If you want to get a well paying job and be a higher up you need mandarin to communicate with Chinese companies or an office in China. Maybe not in Russia, but in America that is the case. This is mostly electronics and that kinda stuff.
2021-01-17 06:00
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Norway Ragnar__
From best to worst. Norwegian, swedish, german, russian, spanish.
2021-01-17 05:46
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So you don’t speak English? :O
2021-01-17 10:50
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#100
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Norway Ragnar__
Of course I speak English, I thought it was kinda obvious, I forgot to mention it.
2021-01-17 12:24
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
I'm learning english I want to learn russian and german I speak portuguese, spanish and almost english
2021-01-17 05:46
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I've seen you in other threads and honestly your English is already pretty good
2021-01-17 05:50
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#22
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
not really, i use google translator to write, for now, but i can already read and understand perfectly, i just fail to write
2021-01-17 05:51
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thats me with my french. i want to become fluent in french some day but i struggle with some words verbally because my s' get slurred a bit (speech impediment) i can read a lot of french but writing is harder for me.
2021-01-17 06:05
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same as me in german. hard to pronounce but ı managed to talk a bit. Writing is too hard
2021-01-17 11:17
Americans be like bruh
2021-01-17 05:47
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Why are Europeans so insecure? Literally no matter the subject you guys just bring USA into it. Something bad happens in a European country "but but but USA" I'm so glad I don't spend every minute of my life thinking of another country.
2021-01-17 05:53
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you seem to be beginning to mald sir, please calm down
2021-01-17 06:06
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Quite happy actually been drinking
2021-01-17 06:07
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You watch that T---69 guy? Man forgot to end stream lmao.
2021-01-17 06:08
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No is he on twitch?
2021-01-17 06:09
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Yeah someone made a thread about him.
2021-01-17 06:10
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Oh I see
2021-01-17 06:10
It's always the Canadian bros to calm dem Americans.
2021-01-17 06:07
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its our nations job mens lol
2021-01-17 06:08
Cause they are cucks
2021-01-17 06:09
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True if you turn the world upside down.
2021-01-17 06:10
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Nope they were born to watch their wives be fucked while apologizing to the man for not giving him enough maple syrup with his pancakes
2021-01-17 06:12
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Anyways I've had enough of HLTV Eurosoys and Canacucks cry here on this reply will laugh tomorrow
2021-01-17 06:15
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Denmark Jeffersond
Fakeflag
2021-01-17 11:00
True I mean their most famous restaurant Tim Horton's....
2021-01-17 06:16
I mean with English as a first language, there is almost no reason to commit to learning another language. If you live in the Southern States, then Spanish can be useful sometimes.
2021-01-17 07:19
Where u from? Well obviously I speak Brazilian Portuguese and English. Would really like to learn Italian or German someday. To be real honest, I think that Italy is one of the few places around the world that has beautiful girls, so... Ofc I could be wrong, exactly as other people outside Brazil think that al the girls here are cute brunetes with a giant ass
2021-01-17 05:53
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Other DEBIRUMAN
obviously Hebrew and Latin
2021-01-17 05:54
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Why
2021-01-17 11:18
learn Uzbek
2021-01-17 06:01
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Not that useful to me although I know some words
2021-01-17 06:03
It's awesome to know at least 2 languages. 3 would be great. Dansk and English are fine. Perhaps Spanish would prove useful
2021-01-17 06:06
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it depends on what you want. English is fine for most places. although spanish will remove the language border with almost all of latin america. while french is used more in places like northern africa, france ofc and canada.
2021-01-17 06:08
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Portuguese = Spanish? Is it like Russian to Ukrainian or nah.
2021-01-17 06:09
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i'm not entirely sure how close they actually are tbh. i know there are some similarities but they are different languages. learning one will probably make it easier to learn the other though
2021-01-17 06:12
Writing yes but they sound different, at least from my experience
2021-01-17 06:19
Yeah, it really depends on where our work lies :D In Latin America, and also a number of European countries, Spanish proves very useful. It's also close to languages like Portuguese. Mandarin is the most spoken language, but it's only in China :D Hindi/Urdu would prove useful in the entire south-east Asia and UAE as well.
2021-01-17 07:23
#53
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Finland Eestu
I'm a native Finn, so I speak Finnish and English and a little bit of Swedish (not that well though). I've also started learning a few other languages on my own. First one that I started was Greek, which I started last February. I think my Greek is alright, but I still have a lot of work to do to speak fluently. And I don't really have a good reason for learning Greek, I just thought it's a cool language and that's about it. The second language that I started was Latin. I know very little Latin since I'm mostly focusing on Greek, but it's a language that I would like to understand fairly well. The third language that I'm learning is Hebrew. Same as Latin, I'm only starting with Hebrew, but it's a language that I really want to learn. The script seems really cool and I remember as a child everyone was talking about Hebrew as a weird and hard language. The fourth and last language that I am learning is Arabic. It's a really cool language and somewhat useful compared to the rest of the languages that I am learning. Sadly I'm only starting with this one as well, but hopefully I'll learn it properly at some point. I would really like to learn to speak Arabic, since I have some online friends that speak Arabic as their first language.
2021-01-17 06:25
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Australia Kuunto
Holy thats a lot bro
2021-01-17 07:29
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#62
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Finland Eestu
I'm pretty much just starting with Latin, Hebrew and Arabic, so I don't really know if they even count at this point. :D I'm mostly trying to focus on one language at a time so I won't get overwhelmed. I'll probably put more focus into Arabic or Hebrew once I feel like I'm done with Greek, since that's the one that I'm mostly learning at the moment. :)
2021-01-17 07:45
Why u learning all these
2021-01-17 11:19
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#99
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Finland Eestu
I just think the languages themselves are interesting and yeah that's about it.
2021-01-17 11:45
I'm assuming you're from Afghanistan. Makes sense why you would want to leave
2021-01-17 06:36
#56
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Austria Cheesle2
fluent English can read and kinda write Latin learning Korean
2021-01-17 06:43
#59
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Australia Kuunto
English and trying to learn dutch, im part dutch and half my family speaks it so I would like to speak to my family in dutch someday
2021-01-17 07:25
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#61
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Russia iiinej
That's cute, hope you'll get there.
2021-01-17 07:43
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#65
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Australia Kuunto
Thanks men
2021-01-17 08:12
I got banned for mentioning c++ in a thread similar to this once.
2021-01-17 08:03
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How you dare trolling like that?
2021-01-17 10:04
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pls don't report to Jonathan E
2021-01-17 11:32
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But he already banned you for that??
2021-01-17 11:33
Learning spanish is pretty useful my man. Also congrats for those many languages learnt.
2021-01-17 08:09
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Russia AliasNamer
Russian, English. Also tried to learn prokda language but stopped because of no motivation
2021-01-17 10:02
I speak Spanish, Catalan and English Learning none but improving English I guess
2021-01-17 10:12
England, baguette and vodka
2021-01-17 10:54
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China SwooksarV2
I can speak English and Mandarin fluently. I've learned French and Spanish before but I've forgotten a lot now. I'll probably try to learn German. German seems cool.
2021-01-17 10:59
English. Ukrainian and Russian are my native languages. Also I can understand a decent part of Polish, Czech, Belarusian. Does this count?
2021-01-17 11:02
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#93
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Hungary Shiron212
Perks of being a slav :D
2021-01-17 11:22
Nice
2021-01-17 20:38
#77
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Turkey ShooGTr
I can only speak English fluently and learning German and Russian gradually. A1-A2 German A1 Russian though..(( I don't even know if I can say a1, only know a few words and clauses.
2021-01-17 11:04
korean, english, german, broken french i'm currently not learning any language but i want to learn mandarin
2021-01-17 11:06
I can speak swedish and english fluently. I can also communicate with and understand Norwegians and Danes. I learned some basic Spanish to so it’s enough for a tourist.
2021-01-17 11:07
#81
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Finland SunMutsi
Swedish, English and Finnish, I can a few sentences in German and understand it quite well.
2021-01-17 11:10
english and croatian, learning russian rn
2021-01-17 11:11
English and Turkish. I know German too but surely not enough to communicate with someone so that won't count. I want to learn Italian and I know the basics of it.
2021-01-17 11:13
I studied mandarin, but stopped and leaved my university, I also speak English, but with the lack of practice it is getting worse :c
2021-01-17 11:16
I speak english french and arabic. Some basic spanish too. Kinda want to learn turkish after learning about my heritage tho.
2021-01-17 11:18
I only speak German and English (German on an extremely high level and English on a decent level) and rather want to focus on perfecting these languages since it is very hard for me to learn new ones :)
2021-01-17 11:21
#91
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Hungary Shiron212
I only speak English and Hungarian, but I also know a little Russian and can read cyrillic I'm interested in so many languages though, I don't even know where should I start, but I want to learn a third one for sure Portuguese/Turkish/Arabic/maybe a Scandinavian language
2021-01-17 11:21
#91
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Hungary Shiron212
double click once again, love my mouse
2021-01-17 11:21
I learn spanish and italian, I have family there and want to live there one day
2021-01-17 22:06
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