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how many languages do you speak?(correct edition)
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Russia schizophrenic777 
In what languages are you capable of writing more than just "hello how are you" or some basic phrases? In what languages are you actually FLUENT and would be able to function? I bet you would not write 5 languages anymore, but most people would write only their native language :D Because most people here cant even speak English properly(INCLUDING ME).
2021-07-21 20:52
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Germany yannxbr
i am fluent in german, english, french and spanish actually (ranked in the order which funcions best)
2021-07-21 20:53
18 replies
Ok, or maybe you overestimate yourself. That is also the possibility! But if not, its nice!
2021-07-21 20:55
15 replies
#14
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Germany yannxbr
german is my mother language, in english i am currently going for the c1-Level, I speak french regularly, and I learn spanish in school actually
2021-07-21 20:56
2 replies
As I suggested, maybe you actually ARE one of those people who dont overestimate themselves, or one of the majority that lie. In which case congratualtions.
2021-07-21 20:58
Still doesnt mean ur smart or anything, but you probably have at least decent verbal memory!
2021-07-21 21:02
#83
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Denmark Zetix02
French danish English learning Portuguese and German
2021-07-21 22:14
11 replies
How fluent are you really, tho? Maybe u only overestimate yourself! Maybe you have Dunning Kruger effect!
2021-07-21 22:16
1 reply
#197
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Denmark Zetix02
My mother is french and German. Learned french from here. My father is danish learned danish from him. I learned English by speaking a lot of it.
2021-07-22 08:42
why are you learning portuguese?
2021-07-22 17:03
8 replies
To save Brazil cs
2021-07-22 17:45
5 replies
will you go pro and join brazilian team then? lol
2021-07-22 17:48
4 replies
It wasnt me that is learning Portuguese. But lets say it was UK CS the saviour of Brazil... I doubt it
2021-07-22 17:53
3 replies
what? what are you talking about? explain please
2021-07-22 17:55
2 replies
Okay you said will I go pro and save Brazil. No the guy who said it is not me. I made then made the joke that if I did learn the language I doubt a UK player could save Brazil
2021-07-22 17:56
1 reply
oh ok i got it
2021-07-22 18:40
#281
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Denmark Zetix02
Because I like the language
2021-07-22 19:00
1 reply
ok
2021-07-22 19:04
dude what a beast, well done bro
2021-07-23 11:52
1 reply
#303
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Germany yannxbr
Thanks mens)))
2021-07-23 12:12
I would say Finnish and English
2021-07-21 20:54
1 reply
you have the best name from hltv
2021-07-22 00:48
2, Swedish & English
2021-07-21 20:54
italian english and gamer
2021-07-21 20:54
3 replies
u cant even speak italian shush
2021-07-21 22:42
how can you say you 'speak' italian when its clearly a sign-language ?
2021-07-22 12:34
1 reply
ok u got me
2021-07-22 12:44
russian, spanish, english
2021-07-21 20:54
7 replies
Why have you learned russian?
2021-07-21 21:09
6 replies
because this is my mother tongue :) and i am not fakeflagging
2021-07-21 21:11
5 replies
Ya ne dumal, chto eto obman c:
2021-07-21 21:34
4 replies
#65
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Lithuania Falafelis
Ruski living in Spain ffs
2021-07-21 21:37
3 replies
And what’s wrong?
2021-07-21 21:54
ukrainian but whatever
2021-07-21 22:07
1 reply
Same here. But Im living in Portugal. So Ukrainian, Russian, English and Portuguese.
2021-07-21 23:13
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2021-07-21 20:54
#7
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Austria Ostmark
German and English
2021-07-21 20:54
english, russian(a little bit more than cyka blyat), canadian, australian, british and a little bit chinese
2021-07-21 20:54
5 replies
surprised that you did not write "american"... but then you showed your country by writing british... GJ USA
2021-07-21 21:05
2 replies
#166
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United States Jeebur
thats called sarcasm
2021-07-22 00:16
1 reply
Thats called joking
2021-07-22 09:18
#56
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Spain kE01
so u can speak english and insult on russian, very nice
2021-07-21 21:30
#73
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Russia PVC13
privet, comrade
2021-07-21 21:48
Swedish and english, would like to learn russian tho
2021-07-21 20:54
English American
2021-07-21 20:54
I can speak 0.5 languages
2021-07-21 20:55
4 replies
#25
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Poland humen))))
You actually speak 0,5 English))
2021-07-21 21:00
1 reply
+1
2021-07-21 21:42
#30
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Russia mathwaxid
:D it is the most honest response i guess
2021-07-21 21:04
#50
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
kkkkkkkkk
2021-07-21 21:28
Polish, Italian, and English
2021-07-21 20:55
1 reply
you use only pasta language nt
2021-07-21 21:00
#15
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Brazil angryyyy
portuguese portugal portuguese french english spanish
2021-07-21 20:56
3 replies
respect for portugal portuguese, that stuff is hard
2021-07-22 09:22
#241
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Brazil Berchez
why did you learned portgual ? they have our gold
2021-07-22 15:37
1 reply
#304
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Brazil angryyyy
im jk kkk
2021-07-23 13:12
German, English, Spanish
2021-07-21 20:57
polish russian english croatian on decent lvl
2021-07-21 20:57
2 replies
#226
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Europe Banat
Croatian doesn't count if you're not from the Balkans
2021-07-22 12:45
1 reply
it does lol? i still can speak it and talk with yugoslavians
2021-07-22 15:26
Most people saying they speak english dont know even basic words of it omegalul btw
2021-07-21 20:57
4 replies
Most people lie anyway or they didnt understand my point.
2021-07-21 20:59
2 replies
+1
2021-07-21 21:00
I don't lie, but ok
2021-07-21 21:00
#36
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Austria Ostmark
such as?
2021-07-21 21:09
Slovak, Czech, Hungarian, English fluently
2021-07-21 20:57
1 reply
nt guardian
2021-07-21 20:59
#27
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Estonia thisba!tes
Estonian English Russian
2021-07-21 21:02
4 replies
Does everyone in Estonia learn russian?
2021-07-22 00:35
3 replies
Yes, in special classes u can choose language to learn
2021-07-22 00:36
2 replies
Yeah we have that too but for english and spanish, although I think spanish is not obligatory anymore. But learning english (and other language) in normal school is total bullshit, we spend 6 years learning again and again how to conjugate ''to be''
2021-07-22 00:44
1 reply
#294
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Faroe Islands TheLeaNy
same in russia XD
2021-07-23 10:50
German, London, French
2021-07-21 21:04
Slovak,Czech,English,German,Polish
2021-07-21 21:07
4 replies
co ty pierdolisz
2021-07-22 17:34
3 replies
Co chcesz
2021-07-22 18:26
2 replies
why would you learn polish and czech? kinda useless languages
2021-07-22 19:41
1 reply
? I speak Polish fluently because of work and not so that we understand each other but because of the translation I know exactly
2021-07-22 20:08
1 but my swedish and russian is alright, i know a decent bit of japanese 2
2021-07-21 21:07
i hate how the english sterotype is lets let everyone else learn english and be arrogant ourselfs
2021-07-21 21:09
2 replies
#41
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United Kingdom BOOMNick16
relatable bro thats legit the main reason im gonna do a MFL degree at uni
2021-07-21 21:15
The problem is, unless you have freetime or were very dedicated in school there is no real need for the average guy such as myself to learn a language beyond basic things like learning some phrases to use while on holiday
2021-07-21 23:57
English and Dutch fluently and a bit of French and German
2021-07-21 21:10
English, Danish, good in Spanish and decent in German and Italian. Also would like to learn a bit of French.
2021-07-21 21:14
#42
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Brazil Bactuga
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!!!!
2021-07-21 21:19
#43
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Argentina Proxx_Arg
Spanish, English, I'd love to learn French
2021-07-21 21:21
#44
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Czech Republic Cuttle
anyone got any tips on learning german lol
2021-07-21 21:23
1 reply
stay strong bro
2021-07-22 09:05
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2021-07-21 21:27
#47
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
Portuguese Im not fluent but i think i can speak English quite well aswell
2021-07-21 21:28
french and english kinda fluent and a bit spanish (i can talk like a 6 y.o spanish kid)
2021-07-21 21:28
English, Bulgarian
2021-07-21 21:28
#51
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Spain kE01
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
2021-07-21 21:29
2 replies
"both very perfect" nt
2021-07-21 21:41
1 reply
trust me vro
2021-07-21 23:00
#52
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Estonia mr_abdul
fluent in english, estonian meh russian, I can communicate info in cs for example or curse at russians
2021-07-21 21:29
#53
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Ukraine Najara
Ukrainian and English
2021-07-21 21:29
I am fluent in every language in the world except jerman
2021-07-21 21:30
#55
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Sweden 0sko
Swedish English
2021-07-21 21:30
1 reply
#57
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Sweden 0sko
Can understan but not speak properly: Geman Serbian
2021-07-21 21:31
#58
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Poland dawido0305
Polish, english, spanish and swedish
2021-07-21 21:31
French, Portuguese, English, Norwegian
2021-07-21 21:31
4 replies
why do you speak portuguese? usually nobody cares about portuguese: "oh, portuguese, that little country language?"
2021-07-22 17:06
3 replies
studying in portugal :P also the language is really poetic, no reason to not take the opportunity
2021-07-22 17:07
2 replies
you should visit brazil one day, usually when people realize that you're foreigner, and you speak portuguese, they get REALLY happy, because almost no foreigner speak portuguese.
2021-07-22 17:14
1 reply
Yeah I bet haha
2021-07-22 17:27
#61
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Sweden Ez_For_Me
Swedish, Norwegian, English and VERY little German
2021-07-21 21:33
#62
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Russia Drapery
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.
2021-07-21 21:33
#63
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Denmark psntsn89
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.
2021-07-21 21:34
#64
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Hong Kong shmilx
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 :(
2021-07-21 21:36
5 replies
Wait don't people in HK also speak Cantonese Chinese?
2021-07-22 00:39
4 replies
#228
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Hong Kong shmilx
The vast majority of us speak Cantonese (I think over 95%, compared to a little over 50% who 'speak' English, although in my experience well over 80% are at least conversational in English, even in traditional areas like Kowloon where Cantonese is dominant) but my parents are British/French so Cantonese was never spoken at home, and I went to (mostly) international schools so English was primarily used in classes. Cantonese is also rarely taught as a second language at international schools, Mandarin is taught instead. At a government level both English and 'Chinese' are official languages and in practice this actually works better than people think, all official documents/laws/announcements are in both English and Cantonese, however in international businesses (and even many local businesses) English takes a very dominant role.
2021-07-22 13:06
3 replies
Oh ok so then English is like the "dominant" language in HK? And basically you were born there but you aren't really Hong Kongese since your family is from EU right?
2021-07-22 13:38
2 replies
#244
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Hong Kong shmilx
I’m ethically European, but I was born in HK (after the handover) and lived there for over 19 years, I have citizenship, can get a passport if I wanted and officially I’m a dual-national, although despite being a very tiny minority I still consider myself a Hong Konger before British or French. Cantonese is the majority language, but English is very common, neither language takes precedence over the other in day to day life but depending on what areas you go to one language will usually be the dominant one, go to Kowloon side and Canto is dominant, go to Central and English is dominant, if only slightly. In international companies English always takes precedence, although I’m pretty sure that’s true for most countries with lots of international companies.
2021-07-22 16:01
1 reply
Wow that's pretty cool dude
2021-07-23 01:46
3
2021-07-21 21:38
english natively. i learned latin for college entrance exams, but i can really only read and write it
2021-07-21 21:39
#70
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Czech Republic Guczy
Czech Slovak English Little bit russian
2021-07-21 21:42
10 replies
How fluent are you in English tho? Maybe you only overestimate yourself!
2021-07-21 22:11
9 replies
It sounds like you overestimate yourself too or have done so in the past.
2021-07-21 22:26
5 replies
How is that? And I know how this will end: you will not reply, because you dont have ANY argument. You just need to provoke me. You are unable to construct some decent argument against me.
2021-07-21 22:28
4 replies
Because you seem insecure by answering it to every comment.
2021-07-21 22:31
3 replies
No, I am just mad that people dont understand what it really means to know a language and they think that they can speak 5 languages because they are able to read some basic things or say some basic phrases :D Yes, there are countries where they have numerous national languages but most of them either have Dunning Kruger effect or lie.
2021-07-21 22:33
2 replies
I think people just use the wrong phrasing when answering how many languages they speak, as it is easier to say you speak x than "I speak x, but understand y to a lesser extent".
2021-07-21 22:37
1 reply
Agreed.
2021-07-21 22:39
#95
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Czech Republic Guczy
i would say my english is fine but my accent sounds slav
2021-07-21 22:28
1 reply
Did you try to talk with natives about diverse range of topics without any help of translator/dictionary ? Or did you live in English speaking country?
2021-07-21 22:29
nobody likes to be criticized actually, that's why everyone is provoking you.
2021-07-22 17:08
only russian
2021-07-21 21:44
Swedish, English, Spanish
2021-07-21 21:44
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.
2021-07-21 21:49
1 reply
Nice bro
2021-07-22 00:35
ruskiy, ukrainskiy, grecheskiy i angliyskiy
2021-07-21 21:51
5 replies
What's the last one?
2021-07-22 00:36
2 replies
english
2021-07-22 12:27
1 reply
Ohhh I knew it
2021-07-22 12:28
#296
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Faroe Islands TheLeaNy
o vi from greece
2021-07-23 10:55
1 reply
o no ya from ukraine
2021-07-23 13:13
#76
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North America 007DBR9
english flag checks out
2021-07-21 21:51
basic? 3. Fluent: dutch & english, basic: french
2021-07-21 21:51
English, Swedish, Chinese, Italian, and Portuguese i will start japanese
2021-07-21 21:54
3 replies
How fluent are you really, tho? Maybe u only overestimate yourself! Maybe you have Dunning Kruger effect!
2021-07-21 22:21
2 replies
Because of the company I work i travel all over the world and i have to know the languages
2021-07-22 23:03
1 reply
I asked how fluent are you, not why are you fluent
2021-07-22 23:51
#80
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Ukraine SashaSarzh
ukrainian, russian and english
2021-07-21 21:55
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
2021-07-21 22:18
5 replies
I wish I could speak/understand Danish better.
2021-07-21 22:22
3 replies
It´s hard because we pronounce the words so badly. swallow the endings, son many words spelled differently are pronounced the same. Swedish is a beautiful language, except in Skåne
2021-07-21 22:27
2 replies
Yeah, I find Danish way easier to read than hear. I must say I've never heard a Danish person (or anyone else to be honest) call Swedish beautiful hahaha. I agree on the Skåne part, I have family from there so talking to them on the phone is like ear torture :D. I am from Stockholm and most people don't regard our accents (yes plural) as lovely either.
2021-07-21 23:20
1 reply
I´m a teacher and it´s very hard to teach danish spelling, because we swallow many letters when we speak. Swedish and norwegian kids learn to spell their language faster.
2021-07-22 20:00
Nice set, yeah couldn't wrap my head around French either, the pronunciation was killing me.
2021-07-21 22:35
#86
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Bulgaria Bulg1us
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)
2021-07-21 22:20
Still zero
2021-07-21 22:20
Danish, German and English. I can understand Norwegian and Swedish and speak it to a certain extent.
2021-07-21 22:24
English very fluent, Czech native, Ukrainian native, Russian native, German stuck at begginer phase, learning Finnish:D (will appreciate tips how to improve it)
2021-07-21 22:29
9 replies
How do you know you are fluent in English? Sorry if you really are fluent and have certificate or live in English speaking country, just curious! I dont accuse you of faking!
2021-07-21 22:41
8 replies
It got quite natural to me after years of relationship with Finnish gf. Nonetheless there's always room for improvement like richer more sophisticated vocabulary and subtle grammatical stuff.
2021-07-21 22:45
7 replies
And did you try to talk with natives about diverse range of topics etc? And she had a really good English around C2 level that it got natural with her and you got fluent because of her?
2021-07-21 22:47
6 replies
Yes, I can talk pretty much about any topic, comes down only to knowledge of given topic. Yes she has exceptionally good English and no accent at all.
2021-07-21 22:56
5 replies
Really any topic? So even about academic stuff? And you didnt even try to improve your vocabulary, you just learned from her? Idk, it seems like you use a bit exaggerated vocabulary, perhaps you are even baiting. After all, its hltv. "Exceptionally good English". So she is even exceptional among natives, she is even better than most natives? She won some English international olympics or what? :D And you are VERY FLUENT? How advanced topics did you talk with natives about? Idk if I believe you.
2021-07-21 23:00
4 replies
Believe what, I didn't brag lol just answering. Ofc I've learned the most at school but real fluency came from lots of day to day conversations. Academic stuff too but depends on an actual topic, when I lack some terminology I find it on the go and then remember it for the next time, ofc if we talk about quantum physics I'd know fuck all same as in my native language. Yes by exceptional I meant in comparison to other Finns, she's fluent and no accent.
2021-07-21 23:56
2 replies
Brat, posmotri na ego nick, emu v shkole kto-to skazal chto lyudi, znayushie neskolko yazikov pizdyat ili zablujdayutsya. Etot durachek poveril i teper doebivaetsya v kajdom kommentarii. He looks very insecure.
2021-07-22 00:38
1 reply
Da, typically accusing of baiting while baiting himself, smh I bothered to reply.
2021-07-22 17:32
#298
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Faroe Islands TheLeaNy
chel ti.... realno schizik ebaniy
2021-07-23 10:57
#100
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Poland PHoVE
i am fluent in english and polish, can understand russian and basically most of the slavic languages. i can understand some spoken german
2021-07-21 22:36
1 reply
How do you know you are fluent in English? Sorry if you really are fluent and have certificate or live in English speaking country, just curious! I dont accuse you of faking!
2021-07-21 22:40
i can speak and understand norwegian (duh) and english . i can also understand swedish but i cant speak it
2021-07-21 22:37
Chinese Mandarin (Native) and English (Fluent)
2021-07-21 22:40
#110
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Brazil nuke_brs
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)
2021-07-21 22:50
#111
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Poland synth55
polish, english and dutch
2021-07-21 22:55
fluent in Dutch, Jerman, English and nearly fluent in Serbian I also know a little bit of Spanish, Danish, Russian and Norwegian
2021-07-21 23:03
3 replies
how did you learn all that?
2021-07-21 23:45
2 replies
Dutch - material language Jerman - school English - school and games and internet Serbian - I have some Serbian family and we are sometimes visiting them there, so i learned the language + even my gf is Serbian
2021-07-21 23:51
1 reply
Oh you choose German in high school, can you really say you speak it then
2021-07-22 00:08
Georgian , English , Russian
2021-07-21 23:06
Finnish, english, swedish and russian.
2021-07-21 23:07
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.
2021-07-21 23:09
2 replies
How much time did you invest in learning them? Did you learn them at school or alone?
2021-07-21 23:17
1 reply
Just Japanese I didn't learn at school, but I learned more from use than school for the others. All the other ones I know a few sentences of are just learned by encountering them. I don't really think of the time invested, I was fluent in English after learning it for two years or so, but I also read a lot in English and there's movies and games and software all in English, so that one is easy, but still it's gradually improving even now while I already have had C2 level for a decade. For all languages together I've been learning them over my lifetime so far.
2021-07-22 02:43
#121
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Croatia Mikylm
Native and English (and if you count ex-yu prob 4 or 5 in total)
2021-07-21 23:15
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.
2021-07-21 23:20
17 replies
But I asked about languages that you would be able to function in. Completely.
2021-07-21 23:21
16 replies
then -french
2021-07-21 23:21
15 replies
The online friends are English natives? How advanced topics have you discussed with your friends without ANY help of dictionary etc?
2021-07-21 23:23
14 replies
Yes, we talk about many different topics and if I dont know a word I can at least discribe it so that people understand what I mean. Btw: why are you asking people about their language skills only to be offended when someone says he can speak a language that isnt his mother language? xD
2021-07-21 23:28
13 replies
How advanced were the topics you discussed with your friends. You havent answered me.
2021-07-21 23:29
12 replies
I dont know what you mean by advanced..? Its more than smalltalk if you mean that. politics for example. Now answer my question ;)
2021-07-21 23:33
11 replies
Yea, so you cant be really sure that you are fluent in the language. In my opinion you only overestimate yourself. The friends are probably non natives and you would be lost in English speaking country while speaking for a long time about some more advanced topics without any external help.
2021-07-21 23:34
10 replies
Depends on what you see as fluent.Of course I will never reach the level of a native speaker but I can talk with people without any problem and if I dont understand something my english is good enough so I can ask them about it and not have to use translator xD. Why are you so offended by people saying they speak a language fluent? Is it because you only learned russian and now you are mad because in other countries the education seems to be better?
2021-07-21 23:41
9 replies
My mate. I actually took a verbal IQ test in English(legit professional one), and even though English is my second language and it is not fluent(I know what fluent is, unlike you), I still scored in the 85th percentile. Which means I am still above average even in native English country in terms of vocabulary and verbal intelligence. Secondly, my verbal memory is also amazing, because I took a legit verbal memory test and scored in the 90 percentile. If you dont believe me, I can prove everything. I want you to take the test btw :) I am very curious of your result.
2021-07-21 23:48
8 replies
Ok so you just want the attention by other people and you do that by asking a quesion in a csgo forum only to tell people that you are probably better than them at talking english. You should also do some research about the definition of "fluent speaking".
2021-07-21 23:53
7 replies
No, I dont want attention. I just hoped that people will be able to comprehend that just because they can talk about some basic topics, doesnt mean that they are really fluent in the language and would be able to function in a foreign country without the help of dictionary etc. Which didnt happen, and its sad that people overestimate themselves this much. Fluent means that you are able to write and speak fast about without thinking about translation, and also about more advanced topics than the every day topics. I dont think that even if we adjust the meaning of the word to every day topics, you are able to write completely fast without thinking.
2021-07-21 23:55
6 replies
Who said something about writing? Your post is about speaking. Sorry but how can I trust you now? You seem to be fake. And why do you care so much about how people are talking other languages. As I said before I could go to an English speaking country (I did before) and communicate with people without having to think of the words or making pauses while speaking so by definition I can speak english fluent. Cry is free if you have a problem with that.
2021-07-22 00:02
5 replies
1)I told you I can prove my scores to you. So how can I be fake? If you want screenshots, I can send. 2)Oh, so you really need to have it 100% exact.... I forgot to mention writing in my inital post, and now I mention it, so that means im fake. Lmao you are illogical :D
2021-07-22 00:04
2 replies
What even is the point of this discussion? You try to tell people that you are better at speaking english than native speakers....? xD. If you have such a great vocabulary and you feel comfortable with speaking, and you have an advantage in your life by being able to proof to anyone that you do so, Im really happy for you. But other people dont really care about that in the internet. Im tired dude and I have a reallife ( you dont seem to have one) so this is my last post in this thread ;)
2021-07-22 00:16
1 reply
Yea, because I waste one evening on hltv, it means I have no life xD great logical thinking mate. I have great life, I can assure you :) bb
2021-07-22 00:23
3)You would not. Trust me. I also used to overestimate myself . Even though I scored in the 85th percentile on verbal IQ test in English(contained verbal analogies, vocabulary and general knowledge), I would still be scared in English speaking country. I want you to take the test!
2021-07-22 00:05
1 reply
Ok never mind this is the last one: You seem to be a troll. Bye bye.
2021-07-22 00:17
#128
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Ukraine Mykolkaa
Fluent: English, Ukrainian, Russian. Beginner level: German
2021-07-21 23:24
7 replies
I doubt you are really fluent in English. Prove me wrong and I will apologize.
2021-07-21 23:26
6 replies
#134
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Ukraine Mykolkaa
Well, I got a 7,5 on an IELTS academic test if that counts as proof. I’m not going to send you a copy of the certificate for obvious reasons. Other than that, can't really say I have an easy way of making you certain that I’m fluent, nor do I care if you believe me or not to be completely fair, but you could look over my previous comments on hltv (of which I have plenty) and judge for yourself
2021-07-21 23:34
5 replies
How much time you spent learning English to get to that level?
2021-07-21 23:38
4 replies
#139
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Ukraine Mykolkaa
Around 10 years. But I wasn't really that good until I made the decision to fully switch my internet life to English. There is literally nothing in my phone or in my pc that is in Ukrainian/Russian other than maybe text conversations with my IRL friends and relatives. After the switch, it only took me a year or so to make the jump from B1/B2 to fluency (the hardest part, in my opinion). When you hear English, speak English and write in English every single day it just becomes… natural. I don't even remember the basic rules of the English language at this point, I just do it naturally and I almost always get it right
2021-07-21 23:43
3 replies
#198
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Russia Drapery
Is it worth taking the IELTS test? Does it really give you anything apart from knowing your fluency level?
2021-07-22 08:52
2 replies
#205
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Ukraine Mykolkaa
Well, if you’re planning on studying abroad, the IELTS academic test (not the training one!) is accepted in most countries as proof that you’re good enough to study in English. Also some companies may ask to prove that your English level is high enough when evaluating wether they should hire you. Personally I did the test so that I get an automatic 200 on my ZNO (the final school exam in Ukraine). I was also planning on moving abroad but corona fucked everything up… Anyways, essentially it’s the ultimate, widely accepted proof of your English level that you can use anywhere
2021-07-22 09:15
1 reply
#208
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Russia Drapery
Thank you
2021-07-22 09:22
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 :/
2021-07-21 23:24
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
2021-07-21 23:37
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)
2021-07-21 23:46
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
2021-07-21 23:52
3 replies
#160
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Ukraine Mykolkaa
Ahahahha my thoughts exactly. Feels like the sole reason he created this thread was to eventually write #143 XD
2021-07-22 00:12
1 reply
very strange behaviour indeed
2021-07-22 00:14
#199
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Russia Drapery
+1 not accepting that someone is good at something you too wanna be good at, childish insecurities
2021-07-22 08:55
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.
2021-07-21 23:54
2 replies
Dont feel too bad, Americans can barely speak English as well.
2021-07-21 23:58
1 reply
k LOL
2021-07-22 00:05
Only English, sadly im the stereotype. I do know some basic Spanish, German and French phrases so enough to get by on holiday
2021-07-21 23:58
Finnish, English & Swedish
2021-07-21 23:58
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
2021-07-22 00:11
native russian, english, ukranian and a bit swedish
2021-07-22 00:13
6 replies
Why and how did you learn Swedish?
2021-07-22 00:15
3 replies
1)i was a big yung lean fan at one time so i decided to learn swe lang since its sound pretty nice 2)read a dictionary, watched free online courses and tried to watch some content in Swedish hard language for me but as i said before pretty nice sounding one
2021-07-22 00:20
2 replies
Interesting! You seem like a smart kid. I had to Google who yung lean was but very interesting. I've always said that if I wanted to learn 1 more language it would be Russian, because it sounds so badass. I've heard it is very hard though.
2021-07-22 00:25
1 reply
Yeah i think it might be hard since one word can have many declensions. but if you really want to learn and get it you absolutly can do it! there nothinh imposible!
2021-07-22 00:31
#165
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Ukraine Mykolkaa
Why and how did you learn Ukrainian?
2021-07-22 00:16
1 reply
im half ukranian i was born in Australia but my dad is ukranian then i lived couple of years in Ukraine so i know the language actualy its pretty simular to russian since both are slavic
2021-07-22 00:23
#168
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United States Jeebur
English, can hold a conversation in Spanish
2021-07-22 00:17
2 replies
Do you understand ''hijo de puta madre''? Very important to play with argentines
2021-07-22 00:48
1 reply
#193
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United States Jeebur
haha yeah americans say shit like that to each other
2021-07-22 01:15
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.
2021-07-22 00:18
#175
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Brazil hugoooo
90% of HLTV = 2 languages Americans = 1 language
2021-07-22 00:26
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.
2021-07-22 00:29
slovak, czech (basically the same language) and english
2021-07-22 00:44
Fluent in English and portuguese, learning polish (kurwa) but want to learn others some day
2021-07-22 00:45
english
2021-07-22 00:49
#195
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Brazil edgy_man
portuguese and english i really want to learn japanese but right now is not the right time because i'm studying other stuff.
2021-07-22 02:44
portuguese and english maybe i'll learn russian someday
2021-07-22 02:49
english, french, latin and some greek
2021-07-22 09:05
albanian turkish english
2021-07-22 09:07
Bulgarian English And a little bit of ruski
2021-07-22 09:10
Finnish, english and swedish. Swedish not fluent but I can talk basic stuff in swedish
2021-07-22 09:09
I'm fluent in German, English, Mandarin, Latin, Italian, French, Spanish, Hindi and Japanese.
2021-07-22 09:21
1 reply
fluent in Latin :d
2021-07-22 09:31
Persian - mother tongue English- school and internet Arabic - in school
2021-07-22 09:22
Only Dutch and English
2021-07-22 09:27
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
2021-07-22 09:33
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
2021-07-22 09:33
1 reply
#227
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Hungary Shiron212
Wow, that's a lot of knowledge 😳 Where is your friend from?
2021-07-22 12:45
Korean, Russian, English
2021-07-22 09:58
Slovak and English, can understand Czech but don't speak it
2021-07-22 12:36
u get bad sample, because everyone here speak good english so they are more likely to know lots of langagues
2021-07-22 12:39
#221
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Europe Banat
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)
2021-07-22 12:40
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.
2021-07-22 12:41
english finnish swedish german and some russian
2021-07-22 12:43
#224
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Hungary Shiron212
Hungarian and English
2021-07-22 12:44
Im fluent in german, finnish and english. (The first two are my mother tongue) Im decent in french
2021-07-22 13:10
#230
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Finland siloquez
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.
2021-07-22 13:13
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
2021-07-22 13:15
Based Georgian, English and little bit of Russian
2021-07-22 13:27
know russian and can understand all its dialects(ukrainian, belorussian), english and a very small piece of spainish
2021-07-22 13:29
Kazakh and Russian
2021-07-22 13:46
#236
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Montenegro IzAlaN
vietnamese, russian, polish, ukrainian, english
2021-07-22 13:48
swedish,polish,english
2021-07-22 15:31
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.
2021-07-22 15:33
English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati
2021-07-22 15:34
Fluent in Marathi, Hindi, English and can understand and write some words, phrases in Spanish. I can also read Spanish without understanding anything.
2021-07-22 15:40
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. xD
2021-07-22 15:44
Fluent. Three Able to order a couple beers and other life saving phrases. Five, maybe six.
2021-07-22 16:02
Slovak,czech (if that even counts), english and german
2021-07-22 16:12
#247
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Brazil TheNarcos
Portuguese - Mother Language English - Second Language, I'm fluent French / Spanish - Both not great yet, I'm still learning
2021-07-22 16:34
Greek, ancient greek, future greek and English.
2021-07-22 16:38
#249
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Korea Shazil
3, Korean: Mother tongue English : I speak very well Chinese: Basic conversation
2021-07-22 16:41
Danish English And then only a small bit of german
2021-07-22 16:51
urdu, sindhi, eng, small bit of arabic
2021-07-22 16:52
i can speak English and Greek fluently and i right now I am learning spanish
2021-07-22 16:57
Fluent russian, polish Decent english (got C1 but idk if I can speak that well now) Basic lithuanian, german Very basic french (learning)
2021-07-22 17:01
i speakerinho london , castelflat , native bulgarian understandhino pizza and suka
2021-07-22 17:11
#260
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Canada ASH1
English Russian Kazakh
2021-07-22 17:20
Finnish, English and Swedish
2021-07-22 17:25
1 reply
Hell yeah bro
2021-07-22 17:48
Fluent in French and English
2021-07-22 17:26
#266
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Portugal pvuly
Dutch, Portuguese & English
2021-07-22 17:42
Native: Polish Proficient (C2): English Communicative (B1): German Basic (A2): Japanese Rudimentary (self-taught): Korean
2021-07-22 17:53
Fluent in finnish, swedish and english
2021-07-22 17:56
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).
2021-07-22 18:14
Native: Portuguese 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.
2021-07-22 18:31
1 reply
#299
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Finland Kyrpeli
Good for you when have languages related to each other helps the learning process. Finnish so random language I struggle with french a lot myself.
2021-07-23 10:58
english and vietnamese B)
2021-07-22 18:36
English, Hindi and Punjabi. I can speak all of them fluently but spellings and what not are bad in the latter two.
2021-07-22 18:39
fluent czech slovak and english
2021-07-22 19:03
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)
2021-07-22 19:12
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.
2021-07-22 19:13
English and Croatian. My Croatian works but isn’t too good. I should work on it more probably
2021-07-22 23:53
Fluent English & German.
2021-07-23 01:54
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)
2021-07-23 10:54
#297
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Finland Kyrpeli
Finnish, swedish, english and baguette
2021-07-23 10:56
#301
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Korea Shazil
FLUENT: Korean ,English SEMI FLUENT: Mandarin i can basic phrases: Japanese, French
2021-07-23 11:54
Fluent: german, english semi fluent: italian basic phrases: spanish
2021-07-23 12:03
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