i am fluent in german, english, french and spanish actually (ranked in the order which funcions best)
I would say Finnish and English
italian english and gamer
russian, spanish, english
english, russian(a little bit more than cyka blyat), canadian, australian, british and a little bit chinese
Swedish and english, would like to learn russian tho
I can speak 0.5 languages
Polish, Italian, and English
croatian on decent lvl
Most people saying they speak english dont know even basic words of it omegalul btw
Slovak, Czech, Hungarian, English fluently
1 but my swedish and russian is alright, i know a decent bit of japanese 2
i hate how the english sterotype is lets let everyone else learn english and be arrogant ourselfs
English and Dutch fluently and a bit of French and German
English, Danish, good in Spanish and decent in German and Italian. Also would like to learn a bit of French.
Brazilian Portuguese, Portugal Portuguese, Angolan Portuguese, Mozambique Portuguese, Cape Verde Portuguese, Guinea Bissau Portuguese, East-Timor Portuguese, Sao Tome and Principe Portuguese, Macau Portuguese, American English, British English, Irish English, Canadian English, South African English. i know how to speak so many languages its amazing!!!!
Spanish, English, I'd love to learn French
anyone got any tips on learning german lol
Im not fluent but i think i can speak English quite well aswell
french and english kinda fluent and a bit spanish (i can talk like a 6 y.o spanish kid)
Catalan as my main, spanish and english (both very perfect) id like to learn japanese and russian, i started with japanese but i cant find time for it
fluent in english, estonian
meh russian, I can communicate info in cs for example or curse at russians
I am fluent in every language in the world except jerman
Polish, english, spanish and swedish
French, Portuguese, English, Norwegian
Swedish, Norwegian, English and VERY little German
Only Russian and English tbh, as much as I wanted to go for another language my inner self just couldn't find a need to.
I speak danish and english fluently.
Can read german at a somewhat level, understanding it at most parts, not fluently at all. Can't write or speak it though.
English is the only truly 'fluent' language I can speak, I can read and speak a decent amount of French, but my understanding when someone is speaking to me is lacking to say the least. I used to be able to speak/understand Mandarin to a decent level (for my age at the time anyway) but not using the language for like 14 years has probably diminished my ability in it :(
english natively. i learned latin for college entrance exams, but i can really only read and write it
Little bit russian
Swedish, English, Spanish
I speak Slovak natively, can speak perfectly Czech(that shouldn't even count tho), learning English my whole life, there would be no problem for me to live in English speaking country. I can understand almost everything in German and also speak really well but it would take a month to remember everything from it. Also I can read cyrillic russian and have really great basics from school, who knows if i would be able to live in Russia, but I can have some small talks with my russian mates :) If we count Czech it's 4 languages fluently.
ruskiy, ukrainskiy, grecheskiy i angliyskiy
basic? 3. Fluent: dutch & english, basic: french
English, Swedish, Chinese, Italian, and Portuguese
i will start japanese
ukrainian, russian and english
Danish and english well
Can read and understand norwegian and swedish (they are not that different and actually easier languages than danish)
Can read and understand some german and a little french
I have good pronunciation of norwegian, swedish, german and french, but will be hard pressed to speak coherently in any of them. One month after graduating french with a B+ I couldn´t even ask for directions in Paris
If I say to you that I can speak very good in 2 languages and now I am learning third, would you believe in me? (it is true)
Danish, German and English. I can understand Norwegian and Swedish and speak it to a certain extent.
English very fluent, Czech native, Ukrainian native, Russian native, German stuck at begginer phase, learning Finnish:D (will appreciate tips how to improve it)
i am fluent in english and polish, can understand russian and basically most of the slavic languages. i can understand some spoken german
i can speak and understand norwegian (duh) and english . i can also understand swedish but i cant speak it
Chinese Mandarin (Native) and English (Fluent)
Portuguese (mother language)
English (moved to US I was 10, so I know it as if it was my mother language but with a slight accent)
polish, english and dutch
fluent in Dutch, Jerman, English and nearly fluent in Serbian
I also know a little bit of Spanish, Danish, Russian and Norwegian
Georgian , English , Russian
Finnish, english, swedish and russian.
I'm fluent in my mother language and English, I am very capable at one more European language, capable at two more European languages, and okay at Japanese. My Latin and ancient Greek are also better than "hello, how are you?", but I wouldn't count that as knowing them, definitely not as good as my Japanese, which is otherwise my least good language.
So 2 at C2 level, one around B2, two around B1, and then Japanese, in which I have trouble holding anything more than simple conversations. Discounting that and my ancient language skills, I know 5, counting them it's 8. If you count all languages in which I can say more than "Hello, how are you?" then it would be around 15, but that's dumb, that's not knowing a language.
Native and English (and if you count ex-yu prob 4 or 5 in total)
German, English, french
-German is main language
-English I speak it frequently and fluent with online friends etc. but my writing kinda sucks
-I learned it in school but I dont really feel comfortable speaking it. I know the basics and could do smalltalk and that stuff.
Fluent: English, Ukrainian, Russian.
Beginner level: German
God I wish I had the EU education system for languages growing up. I spent 10 years in French classes and only know how to say hello and my name. NA is extremely lacking in languages :/
Fluent - Romanian and English ( Honestly i think i know English better than my own language )
Can speak but not fluent or confident enough - German and Turkish
CSGO level : 20 Russian words
English, French (college level but I can understand a lot, write a decent amount, and speak the bare minimum to survive, of course living in Paris for a bit would skyrocket my speaking)
lmfao the op of this thread is probably the most insecure person I've ever seen in these replies. legit questioning every single person who says they can speak english to a good level and claims they are "overestimating their abilities". why make this thread if you're going to be that guy
1 and a half I guess. I can understand english well, but i'm not very confident to speak it, my vocabulary is kinda limited, sometimes when hearing Americans talking I hear so many words that I don't know or wouldn't use.
Only English, sadly im the stereotype. I do know some basic Spanish, German and French phrases so enough to get by on holiday
Finnish, English & Swedish
Romanian and English, also French but NOT that good, I should be WAY better at French since I have like 6 years of experience from school, but the thing is, I know how the grammar and stuff works, but my vocabulary is VERY bad, to the point where I can use a lot of verb tenses but Idk how you say "door".
Also learning Japanese, but so far, I can't even call my level "basic" lol
native russian, english, ukranian and a bit swedish
English, can hold a conversation in Spanish
I speak Russian as my mother tongue and am fluent in English. I've tried to go for several other languages in the past, but lacked motivation in the end because I really can't find a reason to learn a second foreign language, I just wouldn't use it anywhere.
90% of HLTV = 2 languages
Americans = 1 language
I'm fluent in spanish ofc, fluent in English too, I understand a little bit of portuguese/italian (I know some little words), and I know basic Russian stuff and how to read Cyrillic (I like it so I started learning it). Maybe I will learn some German too because it's a pretty useful language.
slovak, czech (basically the same language) and english
Fluent in English and portuguese, learning polish (kurwa) but want to learn others some day
portuguese and english
i really want to learn japanese but right now is not the right time because i'm studying other stuff.
portuguese and english
maybe i'll learn russian someday
english, french, latin and some greek
And a little bit of ruski
Finnish, english and swedish. Swedish not fluent but I can talk basic stuff in swedish
I'm fluent in German, English, Mandarin, Latin, Italian, French, Spanish, Hindi and Japanese.
Persian - mother tongue
English- school and internet
Arabic - in school
Fluent in Portuguese only
I never had english lessons, but i can understand texts and i know how to write basic stuffs (like this phrase), but my vocabulary isnt wide. Listening i can understand basic stuff too
when i dont know a word i use google translate
Ukrainian, Russian - perfect
English - C1
French - B1.5
btw i have a friend, who studies with me in Kyiv
he knows Catalonian, Spanish, Italian, English, Ukrainian, Russian, Polish (not as fluent) and we study French together
Slovak and English, can understand Czech but don't speak it
u get bad sample, because everyone here speak good english so they are more likely to know lots of langagues
Fluent in Ruthenian, English, Serbian and Croatian
Can hold a conversation with most Slovakians and Ukrainians (even though I don't talk to filthy Ukrainians)
Catalan, Spanish and English.
There is a few ones that i can understand a bit if talk slowly like portuguese and italian and french. 2 of them cuz similarities and french cuz i visited france a lot of times.
english finnish swedish german and some russian
Im fluent in german, finnish and english. (The first two are my mother tongue)
Im decent in french
Finnish, English. I understand some Swedish and can write some... Studied French in elementary school, I can mostly pronounce words but can't understand that well.
And what is funny, I've played that much DOTA, that I understand cyrillic alphabet and can read Russian a little bit lol.
Here in Morocco we speak our native language totally different from Arabic, so in order is Arabic, English, French and a little bit of Spanish
Based Georgian, English and little bit of Russian
know russian and can understand all its dialects(ukrainian, belorussian), english and a very small piece of spainish
vietnamese, russian, polish, ukrainian, english
English, French, German (flag checks out ik lmao)
I know basic russian, nowhere near enough to 'function' though.
I know enough Mandarin to just about get around in, say, China, although I am by no means fluent.
English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati
Fluent in Marathi, Hindi, English and can understand and write some words, phrases in Spanish. I can also read Spanish without understanding anything.
Portuguese, of course. I can also speak english but I don't write so well as I speak, since I'm used to talk a lot with american friends, but not so much texting. I can also speak spanish but not write it porperly, because some words are pretty like portuguese and I just write them on portuguese in the middle of a spanish phrase by accident haha. Anyway, I hope I get better at both english and spanish. I also want to visit japan and learn japanease, not because I am otaku, but because I like JDM cars.
Able to order a couple beers and other life saving phrases. Five, maybe six.
Slovak,czech (if that even counts), english and german
Portuguese - Mother Language
English - Second Language, I'm fluent
French / Spanish - Both not great yet, I'm still learning
Greek, ancient greek, future greek and English.
Korean: Mother tongue
English : I speak very well
Chinese: Basic conversation
And then only a small bit of german
urdu, sindhi, eng, small bit of arabic
i can speak English and Greek fluently and i right now I am learning spanish
Fluent russian, polish
Decent english (got C1 but idk if I can speak that well now)
Basic lithuanian, german
Very basic french (learning)
i speakerinho london , castelflat , native bulgarian
understandhino pizza and suka
Finnish, English and Swedish
Fluent in French and English
Dutch, Portuguese & English
Proficient (C2): English
Communicative (B1): German
Basic (A2): Japanese
Rudimentary (self-taught): Korean
Fluent in finnish, swedish and english
My Native is Polish,I speak perfectly in English and good in German and also i write very good in these languages but better in German.By myself i was learning Russian(I am decent) and Turkish(I have to learn more).
Fluent: English (mom is American + lived in the US for 3 years; I have dual citizenship); Spanish (I can mimic the porteño accent).
Advanced: French (I took French classes for 1 year + lived in Paris for 2 months). Writing in French is impossible, and I sound like a kid when trying to speak. I can understand and read almost 100%.
Basic: Italian (took some duolingo classes + it is very close related to Portuguese/Spanish). I can read 100%, understand most of what people are saying, and say very basic things.
english and vietnamese B)
English, Hindi and Punjabi. I can speak all of them fluently but spellings and what not are bad in the latter two.
fluent czech slovak and english
portuguese, english and spanish
well, my first language is portuguese i can have basic conversation in english (cuz globalism) and spanish since i already had an uruguayan gf so yea (plus spanish is way easy for portuguese speakers)
i can speak fluent English, Norwegian, Swedish, danish and alittle bit turkish.
also i can speak alittle bit finnish but not much. can say a few sentences thats all.
English and Croatian. My Croatian works but isn’t too good. I should work on it more probably
French & English
My english isn't PERFECT but it's way above what's actually needed to have a regular conversation or to live in the US or UK so I consider myself as fluent
I'm learning japanese rn
and I have spanish family so I have a good accent cuz I go to Spain since I was born, etc. and I understand some stuff
I could be fluent in 4 languages in a few years B)
Finnish, swedish, english and baguette
FLUENT: Korean ,English
SEMI FLUENT: Mandarin
i can basic phrases: Japanese, French
Fluent: german, english
semi fluent: italian
basic phrases: spanish