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France Haibara 
Requirement: 1. Can have acceptable understandings of conversations + can read street signs and brochures 2. Can speak and express to locals what you mean 3. Do not need to write, it is not really important Me: 1. French 2. English 3. Vietnamese
2021-12-06 05:03
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english
2021-12-06 05:03
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2021-12-06 13:45
me: 1. English
2021-12-06 05:03
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2021-12-06 12:56
based
2021-12-06 13:39
1. English 2. Cebuano
2021-12-06 05:04
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You know Cebuano but not Tagalog? 1. English 2. Cebuano 3. Tagalog 4. Spanish 5. Japanese (shaky on Kanji still)
2021-12-06 06:27
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Philippines sijibats
burit
2021-12-06 09:54
French English and really good understanding of Spanish & Japanese, I'm good at speaking these languages but I'd probably need to be in Spain or Japan for a few weeks/months to be fluent or almost
2021-12-06 05:07
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you can just consume lots of content in these languages instead of going to these countries,it works the same way.It's called immersion
2021-12-06 12:58
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true, that's what I do with Japanese, but I speak only french with ppl I see IRL :/ but I speak mainly english online, like 95% of the time, sometimes spanish/japanese/latvian cuz I know some ppl that speak these languages but it's way easier if you're forced to speak the language in the country itself
2021-12-06 14:50
Immersion is a meme and I can tell you don't speak more than English + Native tongue
2021-12-07 03:11
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you cant learn most of languages only through immersion but srs can really help you with immersion learning and you're right bc I learn russian for 2 weeks so I dont,but I'm learning it through immersion,the same with german
2021-12-07 11:22
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You clearly didn't learn much English from immersion
2021-12-07 13:30
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I know my english output isn't the best,I'm now focused on getting better at talking and writing
2021-12-07 13:39
and the most important part,I like it,and its fun
2021-12-07 11:21
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Sure but it's literally not going to help you learn a language, not at a fluent level and is slower than any other method.
2021-12-07 13:31
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I'm using srs to learn vocab and immersion isnt my main focus at the beginning
2021-12-07 13:36
you're right,when you use immersion only you will not get good quickly but if u combine it with other methods it can be really good,have a good day
2021-12-07 13:43
comeme el culo
2021-12-06 13:39
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LUL
2021-12-06 14:50
#321
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Spain Zhalos
vaig
2021-12-06 21:40
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perfavor
2021-12-06 23:14
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Asia M@GNU5
1. English 2. Waray 3. Tagalog 4. Chinese 5. Hokkien
2021-12-06 05:07
4 replies
what does 'jebs' mean??? google translate says handsome but it was used as an insult. is it sarcastic?
2021-12-06 14:20
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Asia M@GNU5
it means shit
2021-12-06 14:30
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is it less obvious? i saw this 'On the wings of love' series some time back but I couldnt understand why an OFW couldnt get the meaning of this word even though he knows the language.
2021-12-06 14:32
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Asia M@GNU5
i don't watch those for a reason, because it makes my skin crawl
2021-12-06 14:37
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Netherlands fooky
Turkish Albanian Macedonian(we can count also Serbian bcs they re so close to each other) English Arabic. Gonna start to learn Deutch this year I hope.
2021-12-06 05:10
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Curious where did you learn macedonian?
2021-12-06 05:29
2 replies
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Netherlands fooky
I have lived in Skopje for 15 years.
2021-12-06 06:18
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I have been to skopje. Nice city. One day might visit again :) Also there i met a guy whose first language was turkish.
2021-12-06 14:22
Dutch? I will be learning dutch. Is it hard?
2021-12-06 10:54
4 replies
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United Kingdom itzgeez
It's a Germanic language so it will bear a fair amount of similarity to English, whereas if you were learning a non-Germanic/non-Indo-European language the main similarities would only be mainly found in loan words. So while learning any language isn't easy, you'll find Dutch a bit easier.
2021-12-06 14:12
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bro, just because they're from PIE doesn't make them easier to learn. knowing Russian doesn't make it easier to learn Gujarati, nor does knowing Farsi make it easier to learn Icelandic lmao. You should've just left it at non-Germanic.
2021-12-06 20:53
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United Kingdom itzgeez
That's true, but then there's the comparison between English and French for example, which have a lot of similarities in vocab even though English is Germanic and French is Romance, I should have been a bit more specific
2021-12-06 21:36
Well, if you spoke Turkish and tried to learn Icelandic, it would be much harder than if your native language was Farsi, because there are still many cognate words in basic vocabulary concerning Farsi and Icelandic, which makes it significantly easier to get any good at the language, it wouldn't help you much in mastering it though.
2021-12-08 01:09
2021-12-06 13:46
Why would you try to learn dutch XD
2021-12-06 18:38
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Because he most likely is an immigrant wo tries to adapt?
2021-12-06 21:42
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He changed it lol
2021-12-07 10:55
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Albania Sepetsa
Good job
2021-12-06 20:47
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United States ClappyBats
1. English 2. Mandarin
2021-12-06 05:07
1 reply
zhen de ma
2021-12-07 03:11
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Finland Hattu
1. Finnish
2021-12-06 05:08
5 replies
man can't even read the topic. impressive
2021-12-06 05:15
4 replies
??? I can't speak english I can only write it.
2021-12-06 05:17
3 replies
was a joke broski
2021-12-06 05:18
Finnish English accent is really hot
2021-12-07 13:44
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I don't believe you but if you're being sincere then thank you I guess :DD
2021-12-07 16:58
1. English 2. Bengali 3. French 4. Hindi
2021-12-06 05:10
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Venezuela yadontsay
spanish and english tho im not too confident in my speaking in english tbh
2021-12-06 05:10
portuguese and brazilian
2021-12-06 05:10
2 replies
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Sweden frizzahh
Jokes
2021-12-06 11:15
me too bruh I speak Brazilian Portuguese Portugal Portuguese Angola Portuguese Mozambique Portuguese East Timor Portuguese Guinea-Bissau Portuguese Equatorial Guinea Portuguese Cape Green Portuguese São Tomé and Principe Portuguese Macau Portuguese
2021-12-06 12:28
mexican and english
2021-12-06 05:12
8 replies
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United States hondayzx
"mexican and english" i dont think you know either bro
2021-12-06 05:29
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i also speak australian on the down low
2021-12-06 06:22
images7.memedroid.com/images/UPLOADED725.. so glad we can speak mexican
2021-12-06 05:52
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lmfao
2021-12-06 06:22
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Sweden SamBbbb
cocaine mexico and meat mexico are my favorites
2021-12-06 08:46
#101
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Philippines sijibats
lmaoooo
2021-12-06 09:56
#222
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Pakistan hawrU
lmao... Cocaine mexico
2021-12-06 14:35
#100
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Ukraine cleyk
mf can't even speak american smh
2021-12-06 09:56
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Brazil NotJuan
none
2021-12-06 05:13
1. Russian 2. English
2021-12-06 05:14
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Slovakia xaboff
1. Slovak 2. Czech 3. English 4. German
2021-12-06 05:14
since i play cs - russian, ofcourse some english, little bit spanish, and soon italian im planning to live there soon heh, oh and polish too so many polaks everywhere and language not that hard..
2021-12-06 05:15
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is it true that there are Albanian communities in Italy? In history, yes, but are they still around in the modern day?
2021-12-06 21:19
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Italy is their go to country when it comes to immigration
2021-12-06 21:43
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Finland Eestu
Finnish and English. Was able to speak and understand decent Greek but the lack of use has really affected my Greek skills. Definitely need to pick it up again at some point.
2021-12-06 05:15
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hmu if you need any help with greek
2021-12-08 10:10
1. Danish (fluent) 2. Swedish (semi good) 3. Norwegian (semi good) 4. English (fluent) 5. German (basic)
2021-12-06 05:16
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Sweden SamBbbb
If you speak swedish danish or norwegian you can always somewhat understand each other, so maybe I speak a little danish as well. After all, I can say "fem flade flødeboller på et fladt flødebollefad". That's all you need right?
2021-12-06 08:50
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Haha yearh, if we speak normal/Slowly danish/swedish to eachother it works fine yes :) Some words might be missing, but when you understand the rest we can still get the meaning :)
2021-12-06 09:19
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Sweden SamBbbb
Yup, If I want to learn danish I only have to listen to it more and learn some words
2021-12-06 09:20
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Yes, most of it you already know. You might need to concentrate in the start, but you will pick it up really fast.
2021-12-06 09:21
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Sweden SamBbbb
The Astralis and Heroic vlogs have been pretty good, I can probably learn from those a lot :)
2021-12-06 09:24
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Yes, 100% If you want to watch danish that is csgo related, you can watch the podcast on spotify called "bootcamp" its really good. They have great people in. Normally its 1 host, 1 of the owners of hltv, roej, hunden(not anymore tho) and sometimes somone like pimp or sycrone(mouz nxt coach) Edit: Well not "watch the podcast" haha but you know what i mean :p
2021-12-06 09:40
>writing is not important Illiterate spotted
2021-12-06 05:16
Fluent in Japanese and English Some Korean and Russian
2021-12-06 05:22
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United States Rayduh
are you actually from Japan?
2021-12-06 05:29
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Yes, I was born and raised in Japan and moved to America at the age of 12
2021-12-06 05:42
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Do you understand Russian a little because you play cs go?))
2021-12-06 12:32
pog
2021-12-06 13:05
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United States hondayzx
Currently fluent: English Learning: Spanish (can hold a conversation) Japanese (very, very basic) Used to know: Hebrew (grandma is yiddish so she taught me some when i was a toddler)
2021-12-06 05:28
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Yiddish is cool mens, looks like German))
2021-12-06 09:18
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Denmark JKTP
Idk what kind of german y'all dutch people speak but the german i know don't look anything like yiddish I mean german uses the european style alphabet.
2021-12-06 09:27
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Ok sorry I phrased it wrong, should of used “sounds like German” Better?
2021-12-06 09:32
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Yes :D
2021-12-06 10:32
I hope you are baiting holy shit jesus christ please tell me you are baiting holy fuck
2021-12-06 13:48
Yiddish is literally a Germanic language, and the writing system has nothing to do with the language, you can start to write down Japanese with Cyrillic tomorrow, and the actual language wouldn't change one bit.
2021-12-08 01:15
Hi kyojin
2021-12-06 05:29
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Sweden SamBbbb
hello kazakhstan brick
2021-12-06 08:50
#29
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United States Rayduh
1. American 2. English
2021-12-06 05:29
3 replies
I want to learn American yo
2021-12-06 11:57
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Haha yes, good to see this video after years again
2021-12-06 14:08
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Argentina cheapdeed
1. the hltv premium language
2021-12-06 05:32
2 replies
#61
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Sweden SamBbbb
I can also say "s1mple > ZywOo"
2021-12-06 08:51
#174
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Belarus slpng
[ONLY PREMIUM HLTV USERS CAN SEE THIS]
2021-12-06 13:35
English: Fluent/Native (Mom is American) Icelandic: Intermediate (Dad is Icelandic) I lived most of my life in the US with both of my parents. Can Get Around (simple conversations, street signs, grocery shopping, directions, flirt with women): Russian, Spanish Computers: C, C#, Java, Python, Rust (professional and academic experience in each)
2021-12-06 05:33
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føroyskt og islendsk líkjast ordiligia nógv, skilur tú hvat eg sigi nú? :D
2021-12-06 09:23
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As a swede I understood way more of that than I thought I would.
2021-12-06 12:08
Aðallega!
2021-12-06 14:40
do you work as a software engineer ?
2021-12-06 11:01
1 reply
Senior Security Programmer
2021-12-09 20:24
1. English 2. Tagalog 3. Cebuano
2021-12-06 05:39
1 reply
#104
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Philippines sijibats
botbot
2021-12-06 09:57
may i ask why u speak vietnamese? something to do with french colonization of vietname?
2021-12-06 05:43
1. English (completely fluent as I am living and studying in the UK rnow for 4 years) 2. Russian (my first language) 3. Kazakh (can understand roughly 70% of it, but still can’t speak it) 4. Turkish (like half only) 5. Spanish
2021-12-06 05:44
turkish native, english fluent
2021-12-06 05:46
1. Esperanto
2021-12-06 05:47
Strongest language: English Mid tier : Hindi , Kannada Weak sauce : Japanese I can converse and communicate in all of em in varying degree of fluency. Language I can read and write but can't have a conversation in : Arabic
2021-12-06 05:49
Unfortunately only English and Russian :(
2021-12-06 05:53
2 replies
Are you from the CIS?
2021-12-06 12:37
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Yep
2021-12-06 17:30
1. Kazakh 2. Russian 3. English (very poor English ngl, since I’ve been seriously studying it for only 1 year now (but had some basic knowledge of the language since school days, it helped me a lot)) Honorable mentions would be some other turkic languages in various degrees depending on what language it is
2021-12-06 06:11
1. Swedish 2. English 3. German
2021-12-06 06:03
Danish English Russian (a bit)
2021-12-06 06:24
- English - Chinese - Malay
2021-12-06 06:26
- English - Ukrainian - Russian that's it ;(
2021-12-06 06:29
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Still decent
2021-12-06 06:32
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Czech Republic czRamtin03
Czech/Slovak London Ruski a bit of swedish a bit of french a bit of dutch a bit of bosnian and that's it
2021-12-06 08:39
#54
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Hungary szia
i dont speak, i only write
2021-12-06 08:40
5 replies
#62
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Sweden SamBbbb
Are you a physicist?
2021-12-06 08:52
4 replies
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Hungary szia
I write what i want to say on paper and show it to the person. but if i dont have a piece of paper with me, i just chisel it into the ground
2021-12-06 09:08
3 replies
#71
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Sweden SamBbbb
Why don't you speak?
2021-12-06 09:10
1 reply
#75
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Hungary szia
I dont often have something important to see and dont want to run my mouth + no one cars when i do speak
2021-12-06 09:19
Lmao, nice one
2021-12-06 11:58
Danish Thai (for reasons!) English I believe i speak swedish as well, however my swedish friends tell's me that I sound like a retarded swede, so I guess normal.
2021-12-06 08:42
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#63
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Sweden SamBbbb
Write something in swedish, just anything
2021-12-06 08:53
Thai (for reasons!) Amogus!!;
2021-12-06 11:59
Spanish Catalan English
2021-12-06 08:44
#60
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Sweden Mendiy
Swedish english and some german
2021-12-06 08:51
Finnish, swedish, english, german and little russian
2021-12-06 08:55
Swedish Danish Norwegian English German Dutch Spanish Edit: Being able to say your name or ask where the toilet is doesn't mean that you know "a bit of" a language
2021-12-06 08:57
#66
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Sweden SamBbbb
1. Swedish 2. Basically Norwegian 3. English 4. Kind of Danish 5. I can say dog in russian 6. German ( far from fluent tho)
2021-12-06 08:58
Bri'ish english Amurican english spanish turkish
2021-12-06 09:00
Body language
2021-12-06 09:07
#69
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Europe Kephea
English American Canadian British Australian Irish
2021-12-06 09:07
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#158
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Croatia Pagan44
What about south african english?
2021-12-06 13:05
#287
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France LorisDF
Irish is an actual language separate from English
2021-12-06 18:35
#72
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Russia dyatl0v
Russian English Bit of Interslavic (Medžuslovjansky jezyk)
2021-12-06 09:15
1. Portuguese 2. EN 3. Spanish Little considerable knowledge: 1. French 2. Danish 3. German
2021-12-06 09:18
2 replies
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France LorisDF
Little considerable
2021-12-06 18:36
1 reply
gtfo baguette
2021-12-08 01:00
1. Faroese 2. Danish 3. English 4. German 5. Norwegian with local dialect and everything :)
2021-12-06 09:20
Romanian (+ molodavian dialect from from both sides of the river Prut) Russian English Italian French 10 % spanish 10% ukranian 2% german
2021-12-06 09:23
#81
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Greece Graecos
1. French 2. English 3. Greek 4. German 5. Dutch 6. Japanese
2021-12-06 09:24
#85
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Denmark grindz
Danish and English Learning Spanish Can understand Swedish and Norwegian to some extent
2021-12-06 09:27
There is only B-2 Turkish in my pocket.If you want to talk to me you gotta learn Turkish (-_-)
2021-12-06 09:28
#87
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Luxembourg fowkingell
1. Dutch 2. French 3. English 4. German (basic)
2021-12-06 09:28
7 replies
#89
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Greece Graecos
No luxembourgish?
2021-12-06 09:30
6 replies
#92
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Luxembourg fowkingell
Since I'm from Belgium but live in Luxembourg I don't not know enough Luxembourgish yet or at least not enough for me to add it to the list.
2021-12-06 09:35
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#93
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Greece Graecos
Understandable, idd. It's not that easy to encounter people speaking Luxembourgish and not speaking French/German
2021-12-06 09:39
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tbf luxembourgish and german are very simmular as luxembourgish is pretty much an offshoot dialect of german that survived standertisation it even uses the same way of writing that old rhennich used to and since I speak rhennish I usually have no trouble communication between rhennish and luxembourgish
2021-12-06 14:07
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#215
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Greece Graecos
I struggle understanding Luxembourgish orally tbh, their accent sounds really different to me (like I struggle with some Swiss) so I guess it's a matter of habit
2021-12-06 14:28
It's fucked up when it comes to division of German dialects / languages though. Some idioms in Germany, which are considered parts of the same dialectal continuum, are less similar to each other than Ukrainian to Russian for example, but they're still counted as dialects of the same language, while Ukrainian and Russian are two different languages. Same goes to Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian and Montenegrin - it's literally just the same language, which barely has any significant differences, but their governments hate to admit it. The division into languge / dialect is more political than scientific.
2021-12-08 01:22
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I mean yeah but thats just the thing with modern politics unfortunetly very easy to bend facts nowadays its not about something being more believable its always just about making people want to believe things. the amount of austrian nationalist who are straight up willing to lie to my face about historic matters is pretty wild. but its only a lie if you dont believe it yourself I guess. but the classic "us vs them" thing ispretty much part of human nature unfortunetly, people will always create divisions and bonds between things. just the instinct of conflict
2021-12-08 01:33
#88
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China s1mple_yee
1.Chinese 2.English 3.Dutch
2021-12-06 09:29
Norwegian Lithuanian Russian Polish Prob most of the Slavic languages Currently learning French
2021-12-06 09:35
I think many people here are exaggerating a bit. I don't believe in the slightest that so many people speak 4-8 languages. 4 is a lot already and most people don't speak that many. I speak 3 languages. Polish, Danish and English. All of them are pretty much on the same level in both writing and speaking. But I guess if I count like some other people do i could add Norwegian, Swedish, Czech and other Slavic languages to the tally. But that's not how that works.
2021-12-06 09:43
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#107
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Greece Graecos
The guy put his requirements in his post, he didn't say we had to be completely fluent in all these languages
2021-12-06 10:10
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I know that, but his 1st and 2nd requirement means that you pretty much have to be semi-fluent (pretty experienced) in any unspecific language. Just because you can say a couple of sentences doesn't mean you're even remotely close to speak a language
2021-12-06 10:17
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#114
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Greece Graecos
We agree
2021-12-06 10:28
depends on what you call 'can speak'. here in switzerland we speak swiss-german without even a official dictionary at home and all-day-life. in school, job-correspondences and stuff and govt-related stuff is either german, french, italian or rumantsch. So when you learn your first 'foreign language' at school (I started with french at 2nd year of school back in the 90's) we speak swiss-german before school starts, german on all other topics (math, physics, geography, whatever), and learn french. at fifth grade 2nd language was mandatory for all - english. now on last 3 senior-years of school there were optional courses to learn italian for example or spanish. so if some1 was interested in those, he is, at the time of hist last day of school, able to properly speak: 1. swiss german, 2. german, 3. french, 4. italian, 5. spanish, 6. english but yeah, whatever floats your boat
2021-12-06 10:23
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Theory sounds great. But practice is different, not many people in Switzerland are able to even speak 4 languages, yet you mentioned 6 like it's some easy feat. Languages are not easy to learn. I think most people here lack humility and are just boosting their ego by saying 4 or 5 languages. If you can actually speak 4 or 5 languages that's pretty Incredible and something remarkable. Also, it's actually very hard to learn a language at a high level if you don't live in a country where that language is being used constantly. And most people haven't lived in 4 or 5 countries in their lives. Especially not kids from HLTV who are probably below 20 in vast majority
2021-12-06 10:50
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as I said: depends on what counts as 'able to speak'. I had french for some years while I was in school only. was in france and italy in summer holidays and then 5-10 year never set a foot on foreign ground. then, after became a father, we met my ex-wifes family in holidays on french part and I was able to go to the supermarket and ask for the diapers for pools - in french. And had no problem speaking with staff in grocery stores or restaurants. so I guess even without that much practice I would survive if I travel to france today and break with switzerland. Sure, italian and spanish arent the most taken courses. But in my class back then I guess around 1/4 of the kids took them. so there's that. -- do you learn foreign languages in school in poland? I "know" german and russians near border learn (or learned in the past) german/russia in their counterpart. do you guys have the option to learn german aswell?
2021-12-06 11:10
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I know you can (or have to) learn German in polish schools at some point. But I'm not the right person to ask as i moved from Poland when I was 9. So I'm not entirely sure how things work within polish educational system
2021-12-06 12:07
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Germany DavLy
4 languages is really not that much. Many people simply move to other countries where they're force to learn a new language just to survive. Being born in Moldova I grew up learning both Romanian and Russian, which I both speak fluently. Then I had to move to Germany where I've been living the last years and I can certainly say that my German is fluent. Now English, well, it's just English, everyone speaks it. I learnd French for 8 years at the school and even tho it's not perfect because of the lack of experience talking with native speakers I could still have some small conversation. And finally now I'm learning Spanish and considering the fact that it belongs to group of latin-languages, one of which I already speak (Romanian) it's really not that hard.
2021-12-06 14:11
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4 languages is a lot. If it wasn't most people would speak it. The truth is that most people don't really know more than 2 languages if they don't have to. I live in Copenhagen. We have french or german since like 7th grade (14 years old ish), but i can tell you for a fact that 99% of danes are horrible at these languages and can't speak them. But do you know who knows 3+ languages in Denmark (and I suppose most western countries)? Immigrants. Cause there is no other way. I was born in Poland and lived there for 9 years, back then I knew polish only. When i moved to Denmark i learned both English and danish. I had a reason. Most people in the Western society know their native language + English. 4 is a lot my friend. Be happy that you were somewhat "forced by life" to learn these languages. Not saying that you didn't put any work in to it obviously. Credit to you either way for knowing these languages.
2021-12-06 15:00
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Germany DavLy
Yes, if there's no need which means also no practice it's really hard to speak more than two languages. I'm thankful for the circumstances I grew up in even though it wasn't very easy.
2021-12-06 15:25
Swedish Finnish English
2021-12-06 09:44
Finnish English Swedish
2021-12-06 09:46
#98
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Poland crazyworld
1. Polish 2. English 3. Norwegian
2021-12-06 09:48
croatian, serbian, a bit of slovenian, a bit of macedonian and ofc english
2021-12-06 09:57
4 replies
#165
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Croatia Pagan44
Bosnian, montenegrin?
2021-12-06 13:13
3 replies
imaginary languages
2021-12-06 13:32
2 replies
#233
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Croatia Pagan44
Lmao
2021-12-06 14:54
based
2021-12-06 16:04
#103
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Poland synth55
polish english dutch (a bit of) jerman
2021-12-06 09:57
also French,Vietnamese,English and a bit of Mandarin cuz why not
2021-12-06 10:03
English Bahasa Java Java Java :D
2021-12-06 10:05
Netherlands:) some english
2021-12-06 10:12
#109
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Ukraine smakolyk
Ukrainian (native) English (amateur) Russian (semi-pro) Finnish (fluent) Python(amateur)
2021-12-06 10:15
4 replies
how did you learn Finnish mens?
2021-12-06 13:07
3 replies
#248
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Ukraine smakolyk
Yes
2021-12-06 15:59
#274
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Ukraine smakolyk
if u know english, get some basic words from duolingo, then start read texts on it, then watch videos. At least it is the way i do it
2021-12-06 17:50
1 reply
gotcha ty))
2021-12-06 23:49
Swedish English Spanish Norwegian
2021-12-06 10:19
1. swiss german 2. german 3. french 4. english 5. thurgauisch
2021-12-06 10:19
#115
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New Zealand sparkillz
okay at reading in maori and know a few phrases but thats it apart from english
2021-12-06 10:30
1. Dutch 2. English 3. French 4. Spanish 5. Russian
2021-12-06 10:30
1 reply
you really hate your germanic brethren wtf
2021-12-06 14:03
#119
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Philippines skrieeee
1.english 2.tagalog 3.ilonggo
2021-12-06 10:40
#122
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Korea queendom
1- korean 2- english 3- german 4- chinese 5- french 6- japanese
2021-12-06 10:52
#126
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Brazil cauby
English Brazilian Italian An understandable Spanish
2021-12-06 11:12
10 replies
#147
b1t | 
Russia JB97
brazilian isnt a language mate, u mean Portuguese*
2021-12-06 12:31
9 replies
#150
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Brazil cauby
Brazilian is the true language, in Portugal they speak European brazilian.
2021-12-06 12:37
8 replies
#151
b1t | 
Russia JB97
that's not how it works, but if u believe that keep believing ...
2021-12-06 12:56
6 replies
#172
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Brazil cauby
Fun fact there was news in Portugal that the kids are speaking brazilian because of our big presence in social media, so some words the kids use words have diferent meaning and made parent mad. For exemple the word candy in Brazil we call it "Bala", in portuguese "Bala" means bullet, there also another words, so yes I speak Brazilian.
2021-12-06 13:32
4 replies
#200
b1t | 
Russia JB97
bruhhh there is no brazilian language... its Portuguese, you can say Brazilian Portuguese (PT-BR) you have portuguese from Portugal/brazil/Angola and etc... they are all portuguese....
2021-12-06 14:09
3 replies
#205
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Brazil cauby
Well if brazilians push hard enough we may push to change our main language to Brazilian, I'm doing my part spreading the glory of brazilian language, if the PT is mad the answear is simple, just make more babies and have a better internet presence. Some games are already seeing this, like Dota2 anime in Netflix the subtitles were called Brazilian portuguese, we just need they to remove the portuguse after the Brazilian.
2021-12-06 14:18
2 replies
#213
b1t | 
Russia JB97
bruh you're so dumb I won't waste my time teaching you
2021-12-06 14:24
1 reply
#214
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Brazil cauby
Ok bye. But remember me in 5 years when everyone starts to say brazilian and not portuguese.
2021-12-06 14:27
Found the European brazilian speaker
2021-12-06 22:55
#164
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India skyl4rk
XD
2021-12-06 13:10
ukr eng german polish
2021-12-06 11:55
4 replies
Russian?
2021-12-06 14:05
3 replies
my rushian is not so good. I mean a can speak and read, but do some mistakes simple cuz i have never studied it.
2021-12-06 15:04
No no no)) Even doesn't understand)
2021-12-06 16:18
1 reply
da po-lyubomu))
2021-12-06 16:46
Take a guess
2021-12-06 11:56
#135
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Poland Muzil
English pretty fluent and Spanish a bit
2021-12-06 12:04
English Hindi French
2021-12-06 12:07
Turkish English
2021-12-06 12:12
1. English 2. Russian with my CSGO teammates (not really)
2021-12-06 12:14
1. German 2. English 3. Finnish (Learning)
2021-12-06 12:30
German English Turkish and Azerbaijani and probably other Oghuz branch Turkish languages as well cuz they are so close to each other
2021-12-06 12:30
4 replies
are langueges like kazakh, mongolian or even japanese at all inteligable to you then? im very curious
2021-12-06 14:02
3 replies
Nope, mongolian and japanese are very very far apart from Turkic languages. And Kazakh belongs to the Kipchak branch, along with Uzbek and Kirgiz. You might get like 1/50 words if you try hard enough.
2021-12-06 14:16
2 replies
Uzbek is Karluk branch, not Kipchak tho it’s considered to have more in common with Turkish rather than with Kazakh Kazakh and Uzbek are unintelligible languages to each other
2021-12-07 04:10
1 reply
yeah sorry, I think I understand Uzbek better than Kazakh too
2021-12-07 13:47
#144
b1t | 
Russia JB97
English Portuguese Spanish
2021-12-06 12:30
English, French, Spanish, Catalan, Italian, Arabic.. and some Hebrew.
2021-12-06 12:31
romanian english I want to learn russian blyat
2021-12-06 12:31
2 replies
#176
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Belarus slpng
wtf cyka
2021-12-06 13:37
1 reply
BLYAT
2021-12-06 13:38
portuguese english french
2021-12-06 12:57
Hungarian (obviously) English German I'm looking to start learning either French or a slavic language next year.
2021-12-06 13:02
1 reply
go for a slavic!!!!
2021-12-06 16:30
#156
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Brazil Arkanan
brazilian
2021-12-06 13:03
hebrew russian English also started learning Finnish recently
2021-12-06 13:04
Albaniannnnnnnnnnnnnnnn Turkishhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Englishhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
2021-12-06 13:08
French and English
2021-12-06 13:14
#167
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Ukraine xXBurner
I learned them in order: Ukrainian (Native) English (watching cartoon network when was a kid) Italian (am already 18 years in Italy) Russian (watching Putin New year greetings,listening russian music and watching movies)
2021-12-06 13:15
Russian, Ukrainian, English Had a 20 min convo with a german guy in german, so i guess it counts as well
2021-12-06 13:35
#175
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Poland rounfin
1. English, Polish 2. German, Russian 3. Spanish, Portuguese
2021-12-06 13:37
#178
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Brazil Crow_rar
portuguese english galego
2021-12-06 13:39
English, French, Scouse(Liverpool)
2021-12-06 13:46
1.Hindi 2.English
2021-12-06 13:47
ehem High German Rhennish Koelch Luxemburgish Bavarian Austrian (totally not bavarian trust me) English American English Australian English Irish English I understand a decent amount of Spannish,Italian and a bit of Romanian also a tiny bit of mongolian and russian oh yeah and ofc I understand most germanic languages to varius degrees too esp. Nederlands or Afrikaans
2021-12-06 13:59
4 replies
don't forget Canadian English and New Zealandian English, as well as Indian English
2021-12-06 14:38
what about swiss german? or that shit is too much for you?
2021-12-06 17:00
1 reply
i only felt compfortable listing languages I fluently speak
2021-12-06 17:07
I prefer Swabian German over High German.
2021-12-06 21:36
1. Swedish 2. English 3. French 4. Arabic 5. Spanish I know a few words here and there in almost every language, but these 5 are the main ones :P
2021-12-06 14:01
English Gamer
2021-12-06 14:03
#192
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Brazil Absxlut1
english portuguese spanish italian french (a little bit) deutsch (fluent)
2021-12-06 14:03
I speaking do English and turkish doing speak
2021-12-06 14:05
i speak russki but only in faceit
2021-12-06 14:06
#197
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Turkey Rjea
Turkish English Russian Azerbaijan Turkish
2021-12-06 14:07
English and French :)
2021-12-06 14:07
HINDI ENGLISH GERMAN
2021-12-06 14:10
German English Polish French Russian
2021-12-06 14:18
Icelandic English Bit of danish,svenska and norwegian
2021-12-06 14:19
Polando, englando, basic jermando
2021-12-06 14:21
#210
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Netherlands pvuly
Dutch English and Portuguese
2021-12-06 14:22
#216
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Bulgaria Kradeca_
Bulgarian Macedonian English German
2021-12-06 14:29
Romanian&English. Learnt french at school for 7 years now but never put in an effort. Maybe I could understand some italian as its a latin language but whatever. im only fluent in those 2
2021-12-06 14:30
Chinese English Japanese Russian (only in csgo)
2021-12-06 14:31
C++ Pyton JavaScript
2021-12-06 14:34
2 replies
Python is not a language lul
2021-12-06 14:42
1 reply
wrong i speak it well
2021-12-06 17:12
Finnish and English I also speak German and Swedish but those don't meet your requirements
2021-12-06 14:37
1. English 2. Swedish (decently) 3. Russian (to an extent) I'm a weeb so I want to learn Japanese.
2021-12-06 14:42
english, german, russian
2021-12-06 14:43
English Latvian
2021-12-06 14:53
Russian (native) English (C2) Chinese (B1 at most lul) Chuvash (epe chavashla kalaschmastap =))
2021-12-06 14:57
2 replies
c2 english? Where do you work and how old are you?
2021-12-06 16:34
1 reply
I'm 20 Part-time English tutor, Uni student CAE grade A, got the official certificate and shit
2021-12-06 18:01
English, Welsh, some French cuz they forced me to learn French in school when I wanted to learn German and a tiny bit of Spanish enough to like ask someone for help lol
2021-12-06 14:58
#237
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Brazil J0oj
1. Portuguese. 2. English. 3. Spanish.
2021-12-06 15:00
1. English 2. Icelandic 3. Danish 4. Tagalog (Filipino) 5. Bisaya (Filipino Dialect) 6. Waray (Filipino Dialect) I also know Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish but they don't meet your requirements
2021-12-06 15:03
2 replies
lots of filipines people in feroe islands/iceland right?
2021-12-06 18:25
1 reply
idk about faroe islands but Iceland kinda
2021-12-06 20:09
Portuguese English basic Spanish when traveling abroad.
2021-12-06 15:05
german english russian/ukrainian (yes its different ._.)
2021-12-06 15:05
1. English, first language, 2. Afrikaans, 3. I can read Russian but cant speak
2021-12-06 15:05
English Telugu Hindi
2021-12-06 15:06
#245
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Bulgaria Bulg1us
nvm
2021-12-06 15:14
Nvm
2021-12-06 15:35
#249
NiKo | 
Germany Y3kx
English Russian (Literacy Only :/ no speaking/listening comprehension) German
2021-12-06 16:02
Serbian Croatian Bosnian Montenegrin English
2021-12-06 16:05
1. Polish 2. English 3, German
2021-12-06 16:07
u understand this? nham mat lai va dem mot hai ba, k co than cupid chi bo may banh chan ra
2021-12-06 16:13
Russian English Spanish/Norwegian
2021-12-06 16:33
Finnish English i'm pretty normally
2021-12-06 16:34
Russian Ukrainian English
2021-12-06 16:34
Finnish London
2021-12-06 16:36
#263
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Germany yannxbr
english german french spanish and thats no need to check his pc
2021-12-06 16:49
Russian and English
2021-12-06 16:53
#268
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United Kingdom Socks!
English French Norwegian Portuguese ez
2021-12-06 17:14
3 replies
PT-BR or PT-PT ?
2021-12-07 14:07
2 replies
#379
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United Kingdom Socks!
pt-pt, got family in portugal
2021-12-07 20:12
1 reply
nice
2021-12-07 20:21
#270
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Italy steven513
English, Spanish, Italian, and Russian. Working on Turkish :0.
2021-12-06 17:30
#271
try | 
Argentina Aleeee
Spanish English
2021-12-06 17:40
Portuguese Spanish French English
2021-12-06 17:44
#276
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Italy 21Mercer
So nobody here speaks Italian, that's sad :(
2021-12-06 18:02
1 reply
pasta di pesto di mamma, il bambino
2021-12-06 18:22
#277
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Sri Lanka Kandy
English Sinhalese
2021-12-06 18:19
hebrew, america, ruski and ukrainian
2021-12-06 18:21
#279
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China $harlen
1. English 2. Mandarin (can’t read or write it I just learned to speak it since birth)
2021-12-06 18:22
#280
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Italy zCri
english italian french polish romanian
2021-12-06 18:22
spanish, catalan, portuguese, english, bitte german, and some words in ruski
2021-12-06 18:24
2 replies
PT-PT or PT-BR ?
2021-12-07 14:06
1 reply
Br) i have family
2021-12-07 18:21
1. English 2. Australian 3. American 4. Russian (10 words) 5. Polish (5 words) 6. Spanish (15 words) 7. French (10 Words) 8. Chinese (2 Words) 9. Finnish (3 Words) yes, I'm a polyglot
2021-12-06 18:29
2 replies
Im pretty sure you can say "NEIN NEIN NEIN" so add German to the list aswell.
2021-12-06 21:34
1 reply
and he can probably say sie* hei*
2021-12-08 01:36
Portuguese and english. I can also understand like 90% of spanish
2021-12-06 18:32
#286
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Algeria he_car
French english arabic a bit of berber (even though it is supposed to be an heritage language lol)
2021-12-06 18:35
#291
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Sweden Clapotre
1. Swedish 2. English 3. German 4. Norwegian 5. Danish
2021-12-06 18:39
Port English Spanish (cuz Portuguese) German soon enough (cuz industry here)
2021-12-06 18:42
norwegian english
2021-12-06 18:43
english spanish (kinda)
2021-12-06 18:45
Czech + Slovak English German
2021-12-06 19:13
#296
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Georgia Megobari
Russian English Georgian
2021-12-06 19:14
#297
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Poland Blanc1337
1.Polish 2.English 3.Norwegian 4.Swedish 5.Basics of german
2021-12-06 19:15
mandarin and chinese xing piling
2021-12-06 19:55
#301
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United States Virgin Islands Mykolkaa
1. Ukrainian 2. Russian 3. English 4. A bit of German
2021-12-06 19:57
#303
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Turkey sedo7
1. Turkish 2. English 3. many turkic languages en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkic_languages
2021-12-06 20:12
1. russian 2. english 3. french a1
2021-12-06 20:13
I speak burrito and burger
2021-12-06 20:15
Englando, jerman
2021-12-06 20:18
#307
RpK | 
Croatia Mikylm
English, Croatian
2021-12-06 20:40
#308
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Macedonia Bonn0
English , Macedonian , Serbian , Bosnian , Croatian , Montenegrian
2021-12-06 20:42
3 replies
So you can speak only 3 languages
2021-12-07 02:58
2 replies
2*
2021-12-08 01:32
1 reply
afaik Macedonian is a bit different language from Serbo-Croatian, it is more closer to Bulgarian if I’m not mistaken
2021-12-08 03:08
1. english 2.spanish 3.dienda
2021-12-06 20:50
Czech Polish English Spanish Slovak Russian German (only like A2 tho) some basic phrases in French, Swedish
2021-12-06 20:51
2 replies
Aren't Czech and Slovak mutually intelligible? Not really different languages if they only differ in the writing and a few regional words.
2021-12-06 21:29
1 reply
Yes and no, actually nowadays I find it that a lot of younger Czech people can have a hard time understanding Slovak well, even though we'd been one country for such a long period of time. Nonetheless majority of people would agree with your reply but as I said it's changing.
2021-12-06 22:00
1. Latvian 2. English 3. German 4. Russian kinda (can understand it to a high enough level, cant read cyrillic though) Can probably do Lithuanian but I don't fancy trying. Can understand simple sentences in Polish and other Western Slavic languages. Can probably understand some other Germanic languages enough but can't express myself.
2021-12-06 21:28
2 replies
So möge er ein wenig zeigen von seinen Sprachlichen fähigkeiten! Solch vorlaute Aussagen möchten sich geprüft wissen!
2021-12-06 21:33
1 reply
weinen ist frei
2021-12-06 22:06
German and English. I should be able to speak french by now but I just dont like the language. Sry france.
2021-12-06 21:32
German English Russian French Ukrainian all read, write, speak
2021-12-06 21:43
#325
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Brazil feex11
1. Portuguese 2. Spanish 3. English
2021-12-06 21:44
fluent russian english german basic, learning later again chinese mandarin very basic, learning rn french
2021-12-06 21:44
#329
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United Kingdom novaseer
english idiot
2021-12-06 22:07
2 replies
what
2021-12-06 22:34
1 reply
#341
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United Kingdom novaseer
i speak fluent english and i speak fluent idiot
2021-12-07 00:47
C1 level of englando and of course spanish. I know some Portuguese, but it's easier for me to read it than listening or talking, so i don't count it.
2021-12-06 22:09
english french german russian italian but i want to learn something else in the future, maybe Japanese or sum. shit
2021-12-06 22:11
#332
T.c | 
United States 1Kevin
English American Spanish
2021-12-06 22:13
English Swedish German (Also a large amount of brittish pronounciations)
2021-12-06 22:58
German
2021-12-06 22:57
Australian English American If you've been to those 3 places you'll know that they basically are different languages
2021-12-06 23:18
1 reply
#346
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Scotland Azaqa
+1 actually true
2021-12-07 03:06
If there are the requirements... Portuguese English Spanish
2021-12-07 00:03
#345
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Scotland Azaqa
English American Canadian British Australian Spanish
2021-12-07 03:06
#353
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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Datsun510
1. Dutch 2. Frysk 3. English 4. Esperanto (doesnt have locals tho)
2021-12-07 11:37
English Russian Dont need more, 2 is enough for me
2021-12-07 11:43
Polish English semi-Russian
2021-12-07 13:34
#358
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India pokedyo
French and hindi a bit English and Kannada fluently
2021-12-07 13:34
english portuguese norwegian scuffed spanish
2021-12-07 13:36
#362
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Algeria i_am_mg1
MOroshian
2021-12-07 13:39
Dutch Nedersaksisch Plattdüütsch English German
2021-12-07 13:50
I speak English, American, Australian and British
2021-12-07 14:09
1 reply
Does this include all the accents?
2021-12-07 14:10
#372
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Ecuador Ageless
Spanish and American
2021-12-07 16:58
1. English 2. Mathematics 3. Music want to learn Russian (beyond basic cs phrases and profanity)
2021-12-07 17:01
german, English, bosnian woud like to know another language that woud actualy help me in this world and not this 3 world balkan trash but hey it is what it is
2021-12-07 17:02
#376
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Morocco Snafuuu
Arabic and all MENA dialects French English
2021-12-07 17:03
2 replies
Can you speak any Berber languages?
2021-12-08 01:30
1 reply
#419
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Morocco Snafuuu
a little bit yes. My parents both are fluent in it
2021-12-08 08:33
Finnish English Swedish (kinda)
2021-12-07 20:25
English I wish I spoke french, it's really important in Canada
2021-12-07 20:26
hungarian english i want to learn a third language but i dont know which one, i will probably go with russian or spanish/italian
2021-12-07 20:28
1 reply
either of those 3 is fine because they make learning their family of languages significantly easier
2021-12-08 01:30
Finnish English Swedish French also a bit of German and Russian but very little
2021-12-07 20:30
#386
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Uruguay !skoolage
1. Spanish 2. Portuguese 3. English A bit of french
2021-12-07 20:32
m
2021-12-07 20:32
1. Spanish. 2. English. 3. Russian (I'm learning it) 4. Portuguese (I understand most of it tho I don't really speak it, maybe I'll learn it fully one day)
2021-12-07 20:31
#389
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Lithuania jakouu
1. Lithuanian 2. English 3. Russian (very broken 'cause I'm currently learning it :D)
2021-12-07 20:53
#390
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Russia Dreipoe
1. Russian 2. English And Java, PHP, C++, Python, JavaScript, etc.
2021-12-07 20:58
Dutch English German French
2021-12-08 01:04
Why would anyone need any language except English?
2021-12-08 01:19
Russian - native English - fluent Tatar - basic German - basic would like to learn Italian, Lithuanian, Icelandic, Turkish
2021-12-08 01:23
1 reply
Why would you learn useless languages
2021-12-08 08:38
1. English - Native 2. Italian - Native (Heritage) 3. Russian - C1 (Studying it) 4. Polish - B1 (Heritage) 5. German - basic want to improve my polish and learn some mandarin
2021-12-08 01:29
3 replies
i wonder do leftists in you country consider you as a descendant of slave owners just because you are white american (i'm guessing you are white because of Italian/Polish heritage)
2021-12-08 01:39
2 replies
It kinda depends honestly, because while it isn't common there are people who will argue about a slave culture existing. My parents are immigrants so i don't care about it lol, none of my ancestors did it. however, I grew up in Chicago, and not the south so this isn't something as frequently discussed I imagine
2021-12-08 01:46
1 reply
feelsokayman
2021-12-08 01:53
#405
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Russia INESSOR
Russian English German
2021-12-08 01:34
1. Croatian- Native 2. Serbian 3. Bosnian 4. Montenegrin 5. Albanian 6. Slovenian 7. English 8. Little of swedish
2021-12-08 01:34
1. French 2. English 3. Spanish (basic)
2021-12-08 01:39
Turkish English
2021-12-08 01:41
portuguese english spanish learning french next year on school
2021-12-08 01:41
#412
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Bulgaria goshyy
English Bulgarian Russian Trynna learn French
2021-12-08 01:45
turkish english
2021-12-08 03:23
Turkish English very little German and Dutch mens(((( C Python
2021-12-08 09:23
i don't usually speak
2021-12-08 10:15
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