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How many languages do you know
Portugal Worth3d 
And where/how did u learn?
2022-05-24 12:49
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Spanish, Catalan and English I learnt English in school but mostly on the internet
2022-05-24 12:52
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Spanish, Catalan. It's the same without being the same xD
2022-05-24 12:54
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If Spanish and Catalan are the same then Spanish and Portuguese are the same
2022-05-24 12:54
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lmao, both is the same (catalan and spanish) portuguese very diff lmao bro
2022-05-24 12:57
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+1
2022-05-24 12:58
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don't plus one, this is braindead af, catalonia is a seperate region with strong distinctions and differences in culture, language etc, from the rest of spain. who knows, soon it might be its very own country.
2022-06-11 23:34
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2022-06-12 07:23
"separate region" with "strong distinctions" and "differences in culture/language from the rest of Spain". man wdym, you just described every region in Spain, they all got their similarities and own distinctive characteristics and wtf does it have to do with #12, they were talking purely about language differences
2022-06-12 11:52
No lol, Spanish speakers can't understand Catalan
2022-05-24 13:00
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Hmm many of us do (or at least i do). Ofc not every single word, but we get most of it. Same with Portuguese.
2022-05-24 13:14
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You surely can understand written Catalan like I can understand written Portuguese but could you understand a Catalan person speaking quickly or Speak Catalan yourself? I aren't think that
2022-05-24 13:20
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You talked about understanding in #20, not speaking myself. Written, 100%. Spoken fast? Ofc not, but neither andaluz and its spanish. Spoken normally? Most of it. Not trying to undervalue catalan or Portuguese anyways.
2022-05-24 13:21
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Not saying you're undervaluing it but your capacity to understand it will depend a lot on the accent and speed, people who come here from other parts of Spain have issues understanding Catalan
2022-05-24 13:24
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Again, obviously. And again, i rarely understand people from Cadiz or granada when they have a closed accent and speak fast.
2022-05-24 13:26
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I'm saying that with "normal speed" you may actually mean slow speed so you would have issues in everyday life And what I say could be obvious to you but this is a public forum!!
2022-05-24 13:28
Would you consider something like "scottish english" a different language than english or not? I don't really have issue if thats your opinion, but in my understanding its called accent, not a different language.
2022-05-24 14:21
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Scottish English is English, Catalan and Portuguese aren't Spanish
2022-05-24 14:45
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Dont respond to people who don’t know. I have an apartment in Catalonia and have been there many times and Catalan is clearly a different although similar language. Written Catalan can be with some difficulties understood but spoken it is very different.
2022-05-24 19:09
I didn't mean to offend you when i asked btw. Was just wondering ^
2022-05-24 19:50
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I know!
2022-05-24 20:17
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visca catalunya
2022-06-14 16:25
For some comparsion Sami is language not a finnish accent
2022-06-08 19:18
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That is true. And average finnish person has no chance of understanding a conversation in Sami.
2022-06-08 21:53
scots dialect is just a dialect, catalan is completely different,
2022-06-11 23:35
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Point was more about that could be hard to understand for someone speaking the same language. But does not matter anyway, because I don't know anything.
2022-06-12 01:41
what a based name, may Jesus and Mary be with you always brother
2022-05-26 13:23
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You two, brother. Glod bless you and your family.
2022-05-26 15:35
+1 i lived in Barcelona for 5 years and it's really different. Catalan is more a mix of French and Italian than it is Spanish.
2022-05-25 11:43
all 3 same langauge
2022-05-24 14:41
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2022-05-24 14:55
and you're dumb
2022-05-24 16:03
true and italian is same as well))
2022-05-24 23:08
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English is just simplified swedish.
2022-05-25 12:14
wrong, i speak spanish but cant understand catalan...catalan is more portuguese than spanish, or a mix of both, but still a language
2022-05-24 17:12
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#677
anjing | 
Sweden O7D
makes sense, a Spaniard is probably more likely to understand both tho
2022-05-28 14:52
no it itsnt
2022-05-25 10:12
Portuguese, gallego, catalan, italian etc are all dialects of the goat language (spanish)
2022-05-24 12:58
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xd
2022-05-24 13:01
all originally from the goatier language (latin)
2022-05-24 14:56
bro? Portuguese, gallego, catalan, italian and spanish all originated from latin actually...
2022-05-24 20:02
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Lmao pure lies. Latin is another dialect derived from Spanish.
2022-05-25 00:30
I've been in both places and i literally used spanish for both and only changed the accent and couple words.
2022-05-24 12:58
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That's because Catalan people can speak Spanish not because you can actually speak Catalan
2022-05-24 13:01
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I have friends from both places tho. When we are on discord we are all talking 'spanish' and when they mention catalunya, they're memeeing about being different. It's just accent and couple words. So i don't know what to think now :p
2022-05-24 13:01
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#20 Argentinian dialect changes accent and a few words, Catalan has a different origin
2022-05-24 13:03
You got no idea what you saying, your friends are speaking Spanish with eachother and not Catalan, Catalan is very different from Spanish and seems like a mix between Spanish, Portuguese and Latin with some other influences in the mix. Even most Spanish people cannot keep a conversation in Catalan, you might be able to catch some words but other than that you won't understand a single thing: youtube.com/watch?v=sF0Et6m1nEM
2022-05-24 13:23
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Calm down buddy. As i said 'I don't know what to to think now'. I've got the wrong idea all this time, and it's good to know that's is indeed different. I've been dealing with spanish people for 8 years and my spanish is as good as my portuguese. And i always thought that it was them memeeing between themselves when they were talking about that.
2022-05-24 19:52
More a mix of Spanish, Italian and French than Portuguese tho
2022-05-25 11:44
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True that's a better description
2022-05-26 07:57
When I say a mix of portuguese is because gramatically it's written exactly with the same rules as the Portuguese language besides the prononciation of the words, which is exactly pronnounced like portuguese. I don't struggle reading catalan out loud to my friends as I read it naturally. That's why I referred it as a mix between spanish, portuguese, Latin (french, italian, spanish, portuguese, latin itself) with some other influences :)
2022-05-26 10:22
VISCA BARCA !!!!!!!!
2022-05-24 13:53
#742
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North America jcoN
Like saying I speak American English and Southern / Texan English, but am not very fluent in Deep Southern (Alabama, Panhandle Florida, etc)
2022-06-08 19:43
German, Bavarian, Sächsisch, Plattdeutsch, Schwäbisch, Hessisch, oh i forgot. It's all german. Imagine flexing with dialects lmfao. I am speaking Russian, belarus and ukranian too. But the only shit, i write on my CV is German, Russian, English, French. Since the others are only dialects.
2022-05-24 18:46
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Please educate yourself, Catalan is not a dialect of Spanish. If anything it could be a dialect of Occitan
2022-05-24 18:56
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7 million people speak catalan. i dont count this as a language. btw, low germany (plattdeutsch) are about 5 million speakers. noone counts this here as a language. u can go on and flex by urself lmfao
2022-05-24 19:02
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A language isn't defined by the number of speakers, by that logic indigenous American languages don't exist
2022-05-24 19:08
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why the shouldnt exist, if ppl still speak em? dont flex with dialects bro. otherwise u will get destroyed by asian/russian speaking ppl.
2022-05-24 19:09
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Because "not even 7 million speakers so must be a dialect" according to your logic Also you probably learnt Russian and say you can speak Ukrainian and Belarusian when you actually can't lmao
2022-05-24 19:19
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Are you dumb? It's a dialect. For someone who thinks they're smart, you missed the entire point. He referenced 7 million because 5 million speak low German and yet it isn't characterised as a separate language. They are all just dialects, the same with Catalan. Look at the UK for example. According to your logic, Scouse (the dialect spoken in Liverpool) and English are 2 different languages. This is simply not the case
2022-06-24 13:29
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#931
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Germany _car
Maybe you're the one who's not very bright if you define languages by the number of speakers instead of by linguistic differences #795
2022-06-24 17:57
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I never did that. Please learn to read. You're clearly uneducated. I never once insinuated that a language is defined by the number of speakers.
2022-06-24 19:49
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#933
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Germany _car
Explain what's your point then because I don't see any.. If you think difference between Spanish and Catalan is the same as the difference between Scouse English and London English you're just showing how uneducated you are about the matter
2022-06-24 21:13
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Finally you learned to read. Surprised you learned that fast, gj affe. The differences between the two are identical in premise. You fail to prove how they are not. Your logic so far has been "you're just uneducated".
2022-06-24 22:01
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#935
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Germany _car
*Your logic so far has been you're just uneducated How are the differences between the two identical in premise? That's something you would think only if you don't know the languages and dialect you're mentioning. I don't need to prove anything further because the languages themselves are enough proves and I doubt you'll find any reputable source saying that Catalan is a dialect of Spanish instead of a different language
2022-06-24 22:54
10 million people speaking Swedish, not a language either? Just fucking grow up, Catalan is a language. Im a Swede who lived in Barcelona for 5 years and I speak fluent Spanish but no Catalan at all.
2022-05-25 11:45
But roughly only 6 million people speak danish ;(
2022-06-03 16:47
#875
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Finland Goble81
Phew. Then we are lucky because only 4.9 million people speak Finnish, but if we add those 100 million Elves from the Middle Earth who speak Finnish in The Lord of Rings series then we are saved
2022-06-14 16:11
Saying something is a language or not based in the number of speakers is the most unintelligent thing you can say to define what is a language.
2022-06-24 14:12
Long live Catalonia
2022-05-24 19:07
? im a spanish speaker and i cant understand catalan
2022-05-24 22:19
2 replies
Wrong reply?
2022-05-24 22:22
1 reply
2022-05-24 23:03
Catalan is the chess opening
2022-05-25 09:22
1 reply
+1
2022-06-08 19:34
Ain’t Catalan that one chess opening?
2022-06-08 19:58
1 reply
No idea
2022-06-08 20:04
Only Hungarian and English I learnt English grammar in school, but most of my vocabulary came from games and movies/YouTube videos
2022-05-24 12:54
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Do you consider hungarian hard to learn? As a native?
2022-05-24 13:00
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Yes The pronunciation is easy, because we say everything as it's written and there are no masculine/feminine words like in Italian for example, but the grammar is really difficult Cases, verb conjugation, lots of prefixes and suffixes and the list goes on
2022-05-24 14:06
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That's kinda like english for a lot of words
2022-05-24 18:22
Haha you dont read everything as its written, dont lie
2022-05-26 10:42
Same, games,movies/YT >>>>>>>> School or spacial course(paid course).
2022-05-24 13:08
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The ability to surf the web and practice English anytime is incredible
2022-05-24 14:11
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Pakistan LoOuU2
Urdu, mother tongue English, school, online, videogames and movies. Spanish, duolingo. also one or two regional languages
2022-05-24 12:54
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Urdu. Never heard of it actually. Quite interesting counting that the 'letters' are different. Was it hard for you to learn english/spanish?
2022-05-24 13:01
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#63
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Pakistan LoOuU2
It is the 20 something most spoken language in the world. English wasnt hard because i have been slowly getting exposed to it since my early days, Spanish is cause i only put time to learn it on Duolingo lmao but it has similar words to that of English
2022-05-24 13:25
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I see, i respect that :D
2022-05-24 18:22
Polish native English fluent at school Spanish between intermediate and fluent, learned at school and on my own Chinese intermediate, learned with a teacher Portuguese beginner - intermediate, learned on my own Hebrew just basics, learned with a teacher
2022-05-24 12:54
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#35
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Russia ReaZy
Chinese pinyin Wo cao ni ma - translation? =D
2022-05-24 13:08
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no ReaZy dont fuck my mom :(
2022-05-24 13:10
Hahahahahahaha ROFL
2022-05-25 06:57
Why do you have brazilian flag and you aren't fluent in portuguese!!! Hebrew - I just checked out, kinda weird ahhhhhh
2022-05-24 13:13
#88
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United States lGalaxiuml
shalom mashlomcha?
2022-05-24 13:53
5 replies
hakol beseder, ve ata? ma kore?
2022-05-24 14:37
4 replies
ehyeh tov, toda
2022-05-24 14:58
3 replies
ata jachol ledaber ivrit? lama?
2022-05-24 15:47
2 replies
not quite sure what jachol means, but if you're asking why i speak hebrew and english it's because I am a Jew and I know a lot of basic prayers and dialogues
2022-05-24 19:07
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#759
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Israel Dvirholl
jachol means you can/can you for a male in that case if you understand what i mean
2022-06-08 20:27
These dudes know Chinese for real lol
2022-05-25 01:51
1 reply
#483
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Europe Mand1ng0
xd
2022-05-25 09:21
#697
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Brazil GooseOp
you're not brazilian and you cheer for O PLANO? Why?
2022-05-28 19:22
1 reply
Why not ?
2022-06-08 19:39
#7
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Finland samuuu38
Finnish English Swedish German all languages in school but English on the internet too
2022-05-24 12:54
31 replies
interesting, you have german in school? is it elective?
2022-05-24 13:13
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#49
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Finland samuuu38
Yes it is elective I study it when I have motivation and time
2022-05-24 13:17
9 replies
cool, gl with it
2022-05-24 13:18
8 replies
#53
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Finland samuuu38
Thanks I have German exam tomorrow
2022-05-24 13:18
7 replies
Fingers crossed brodah. Go get that dub
2022-05-24 13:25
Viel Erfolg, mein Freund!
2022-05-24 14:39
5 replies
#138
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Finland samuuu38
Vielen dank!
2022-05-24 16:05
4 replies
did you win
2022-06-20 10:00
3 replies
#922
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Finland samuuu38
i passed it so im happy
2022-06-20 11:22
2 replies
congratz!
2022-06-20 12:08
Congrats!
2022-06-24 23:28
Flag and flair
2022-05-24 18:41
1 reply
hi fellow jks loving med kit
2022-05-25 11:30
Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway, the language is similar like portuguese and spanish or very different?
2022-05-24 19:48
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#237
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Finland samuuu38
Finnish is far away from other nordic languages but swedish, norwegian and danish (and maybe icelandic) are pretty similar languages and they can understand each other a little bit Someone from sweden norway or Denmark can confirm
2022-05-24 20:07
7 replies
Good to know, NIP with Device n Es3tag probably didnt have much trouble with comms
2022-05-24 20:11
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#270
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Finland samuuu38
Device speaks fluent Swedish if im not mistaken but esetag's swedish isnt that good but seems like it works
2022-05-24 20:24
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Yeah, if I didn't know device was danish I would have thought he's from Sweden, but es3tag's Swedish isn't as good.
2022-05-24 20:59
3 replies
Device has an accent on his Swedish but he speaks it fluently obviously. However he probably speaks Swedish better than someone from Skåne
2022-05-26 16:12
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bro... don't do us like that :'(
2022-06-12 23:06
Hahah +1
2022-06-20 12:18
its easy to adapt
2022-05-24 20:43
Norwegian, swedish and danish are similar langauges yes. Norwegian and swedish could almost lowkey be a different dialect.
2022-05-24 20:42
Us Danes think that Norwegian is the most similar. But Swedish is a bit off compared to Danish. My mom always told me that Danes think Norwegian is easier, and Norwegians think Swedish is the most similar and Swedish think Danish is the most similar. But if that's right for Swedes and Norwegians, idk. Finland is not really like any of the languages. It would say it's the same as German and Dutch or German and Czech.
2022-05-24 22:59
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hey we have similar languages with finland
2022-05-25 19:19
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Oh. Sorry. I never knew that.
2022-05-26 10:46
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np, we are small. We can understand eachother 50%
2022-05-28 16:29
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#876
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Finland Goble81
In practice Finns don't understand a word of spoken Estonian language. And written is also like fully broken Finnish without any logic, so no chance to understand it :-)
2022-06-14 16:15
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I can understand like 50% of what you guys say
2022-06-15 07:55
For Swedes it depends. Like southern Swedes (read Skåne) have it easier with Danish, but the rest of us have an easier time understanding Norwegian
2022-05-26 16:13
#434
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Finland Khroni
Danish, Swedish and Norweigian are sort of similar Finnish is very very different and has a closer similarity to Estonian if anything, it also belongs to a different language tree that includes Hungarian and other Uralic languages
2022-05-25 01:15
English - Self learn and exposed to western movies Filipino and local dialect - School Chinese (Mandarin and hokkien dialect) - School and by my family
2022-05-24 12:55
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I have a very weird question. Since you have chinese family. Do they have like some weird rule that they need to eat everything that is on their plate? Everytime i've had meetins and friends of friends or people in restaurants etc. Breakfast places. They literally NEVER leave any there, they always eat everything they order
2022-05-24 18:33
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Their elders experienced a lot of years of starvation, so I guess it makes sense not to let anything go to waste. Also, that's the reason they eat such a variety of delicacies
2022-05-25 02:12
depends im not born in China, im Chinese but in the Philippines. We have a different way of life than the Chinese in china but yes is best to eat everything in your plate to not waste food
2022-05-25 03:20
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is tagalog hard to learn? I'm about to learn it
2022-05-26 10:52
1 reply
for me yes, idk bout others
2022-05-26 12:20
It is our culture, also because Chinese suffered too much in history so older generation don't like food wasting
2022-06-20 09:33
#9
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Georgia scerberus06
In process of learning english +Georgian obviously
2022-05-24 12:56
5 replies
Everyday learning something that improves our english :p N1
2022-05-24 18:31
1 reply
Yeah but HLTV forums gave me addiction and mental illness worth it? idk
2022-05-24 18:40
No ruski?
2022-05-25 01:52
1 reply
nope
2022-05-27 22:11
I would love to learn Georgian too but it is not on Duolingo
2022-05-26 14:34
Finnish, english swedish on native level Then I can understand 3 other languages
2022-05-24 12:56
3 replies
Which are? The other 3? + Where did u learn swedish
2022-05-24 19:36
2 replies
In Finland it's still taught in school I think
2022-05-24 21:00
We learn Swedish from 7th grade onwards. Jag gillar rå torsk i äggsås. Also if he's native that's because we have loads of people who speak Swedish as their native language.
2022-05-24 22:21
English- books, video games, school etc usual stuff Hindi- picked it up Tamil- mother tongue Telugu- picked it up (am not very comfortable in it) Bengali- same as Telugu but can understand it well Japanese- ig y'all know how i picked it up XD German- in process of learning
2022-05-24 12:58
4 replies
#119
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India magizhchi
Namma ooru kaara
2022-05-24 14:49
1 reply
yes sir
2022-05-24 15:25
👀 k
2022-05-25 09:24
Noice man, I know Hindi English Punjabi and Haryanvi (Learnt through Friends) Telegu(my best friend is from Hyderabad, so he teaches me a bit and i teach him hindi) French-Learnt in school(Not very fluent) Sanksrit-(Learning since an year and loving to learn the oldest language in the world and keeping my culture alive, got curious to learn it after reading portions of Bhagvad Gita)
2022-06-12 07:52
Kazakh native Russian native Elementary English learnt in school, then upgraded a bit while preparing to IELTS to Intermediate, then used to watch How I Met Your Mother and Friends in English with and without subtitles, and now I'm in the middle of Upper Intermediate and Advanced. Also watching contents in English on YouTube, Twitch, chilling in forums etc.
2022-05-24 13:00
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EWW I hate watching movies without dubbing in Portuguese. I just put the subtitles in English and I'll reading.
2022-05-24 14:31
pt, en, C
2022-05-24 13:02
4 replies
C?
2022-05-24 19:36
3 replies
the stuff Unix speaks
2022-05-24 19:37
2 replies
#539
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Brazil batatoka
printf("Do u speak the snake languague as well?");
2022-05-25 12:58
1 reply
scanf and watch your terminal yell at you.
2022-06-20 09:33
Only German and English Fluently, but I can recognize some Danish, Russian, French and Dutch
2022-05-24 13:02
5 replies
Do you know the basics of danish/russian/french/dutch, like speaking wise? Or only understanding
2022-05-24 19:37
4 replies
In Danish I can have super simple conversations like ordering food, asking for directions and stuff, but in the other languages it’s limited to understanding some of it and maybe saying my name and that I speak English
2022-05-24 19:40
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That's nice tho, even tho in denmark 90% of the population is good at english. In some countries that are low-key poor at english it's good to know their own language. Did you learn it by yourself?
2022-05-24 19:42
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I‘ve been to Denmark almost every summer since I can remember, and overtime I’ve picked up the basics by myself Sadly it’s of little use to me though, because in addition to English, a lot of Danes also speak very decent German :/ But it’s a cool party trick lol
2022-05-24 19:46
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That's for sure man. I'm happy for you :p
2022-05-24 19:48
Jerman - native language English C1 - school, internet, conversations Spanish B1 - school Polish A2 - uni courses Russian A2 - uni courses Dutch B1 - uni courses
2022-05-24 13:05
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#70
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Bulgaria ramkain
So its English, Spanish, Dutch and you can buy your bread on others
2022-05-24 13:27
3 replies
yeah, pretty much
2022-05-24 13:42
2 replies
Which one was harder to learn in your opinion. Counting that you're german?
2022-05-24 19:37
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Russian and Polish are the most difficult languages for me as their grammar is very complex and I struggle with pronunciation. For me, Germanic languages were obviously the easiest to learn.
2022-05-24 22:07
which one was the hardest and why was it Polish? Sorry, didn't see above comment
2022-05-25 02:01
🐐 k
2022-05-25 09:25
only english fluently spanish- learned in school for 5 years, at one point was decent but it's been a while russian- just finished my 3rd year of studying it at university, I'm ok at it american sign language- decent, grew up knowing deaf people and took a few classes on it latin- took like 1 year of it a while back and got bored hebrew- don't actually know the language but grew up jewish so I learned to read from the torah for bar mitzvah lol so really english + 3 others. russian+spanish I'm pretty good at reading/writing but don't have personal friends that speak them so not great at understanding fast speech/speaking
2022-05-24 13:04
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#36
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Russia ReaZy
BRO russian? You were born in USA?
2022-05-24 13:09
2 replies
born in US and still live there. minoring in russian language at university. wanted to try a new language, russian seemed interesting and I have eastern european (Ukrainian) heritage so picked that. my school offers ukrainian but I figured I'd choose russian instead since more people speak it
2022-05-24 13:38
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#90
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Russia ReaZy
Wow cool bro, if you have any questions you can ama free
2022-05-24 13:55
Mandarin Javanese Sugondese
2022-05-24 13:05
1 reply
SugondeseN***
2022-05-24 19:40
Turkish American English
2022-05-24 13:07
2 replies
'American'??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
2022-05-24 19:40
no Australian?
2022-05-24 20:28
english urdu and i am learning punjabi from my drivers cursing
2022-05-24 13:07
2 replies
I've seen urdu so many times today already, it's blowing my mind.
2022-05-24 19:42
1 reply
:D
2022-05-25 09:19
Mandarin, english, swedish and few fords of spanish
2022-05-24 13:14
4 replies
Where did you learn swedish, i'm curious xD
2022-05-24 19:43
3 replies
in stockholm, stay there a lot. work
2022-05-25 08:12
2 replies
absolutely bian fu ren lol
2022-05-25 08:19
1 reply
xddddd
2022-05-25 09:09
English, Russian, Kazakh, Turkish, a little bit of Korean; I understand French, but coz of my farmer’s language, I can’t pronounce like half of French words correctly Oh, I also know how to swear in Cantonese
2022-05-24 13:14
10 replies
your farmer?
2022-05-24 13:17
5 replies
Well, if you speak Russian and Kazakh everyday for 20 years, it starts to sound like I’m a terminator. However, my English accent is getting better and better
2022-05-24 13:20
4 replies
That's quite a good amount of languages. Is it hard to go from Kazakh to Russian / Russian - Kazakh level ? Is it really different? Asking because of Hobbit playing with russian players for ages
2022-05-24 19:44
3 replies
Two very different languages. I was born in a family, where everyone speak Russian. However, I started learning Kazakh when I was 4 years old, so I can’t say it was hard for me. I know that some ppl find it hard to learn Russian, if they spoke only Kazakh, like they make silly mistakes and have some sort of an “accent”. Same thing happens when ppl learn Kazakh. So, going back to your question - yes, Kazakh and Russian are different, but there are some words in Russian that can’t be translated, but I guess that works with almost every single language.
2022-05-24 20:21
2 replies
So hobbit actually had to learn the language. If he didn't have some family that was from russia? It's not something you can go and learn in a month to be fluent Thanks for that, didn't know
2022-05-24 20:24
1 reply
Well, Kazakhstan was a part of USSR, so we basically have to learn both Russian and Kazakh at school. Like, it’s mandatory. I think Hobbit was born in the family where everyone spoke Russian fluently tho. Anyways, you’re welcome
2022-05-24 20:28
#359
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Turkey phy330
how easy was it for you to learn turkish as a native kazakh speaker?
2022-05-24 22:55
3 replies
Not hard, it’s kinda similar, I guess it took me 3-4 years to learn it. Ofc I might get lost in translation sometimes, but Turkish ppl seem to understand me even if I speak Kazakh and not Turkish lol
2022-05-24 23:06
2 replies
Yo le noob, One of my good friend is kazakh (he works part-time for the embassy on some propaganda shit lmao) and he did tell me that turkish was the easiest language to learn for him, and that he could even understand turks when he hadn't learnt turkish yet (which makes sense since the turkish ethnicity has its roots near the Caspian sea).
2022-06-11 21:24
1 reply
Everyone is different, Kazakh is probably his first language, while I mainly speak Russian (when I’m in Kazakhstan, but as I live in the UK, I only speak English). Mb, that’s why it was easy for him, while it took a while for me to fully learn it? Ofc I could understand Turks before I started learning Turkish, coz languages are very similar, but they have some differences which were confusing to me. Now, I can go to Turkey and go full rap god with them
2022-06-14 16:08
#47
KQLY | 
Montenegro 4bnty
Serbian, Montenegrin, Croatian, Bosnian, Macedonian (For Americans), English, little bit of Jerman
2022-05-24 13:15
5 replies
I speak Swedish English Bosnian Croatian Serbian Montenegrin Macedonian Yugoslavian and Serbo-Croatian get on my level
2022-05-24 19:14
1 reply
#209
KQLY | 
Montenegro 4bnty
xdddddddddddddddddddddddddd
2022-05-24 19:44
Do you consider yourself someone that likes to learn languages? That's quite a good amount
2022-05-24 19:45
2 replies
Serbian, Montenegrin, Croatian and Bosnian are basically the same, with different accents and some different words. Core of each language is the same. Macedonian is a bit different, but still close enough for communication.
2022-05-24 19:59
1 reply
I see, ty
2022-05-24 20:08
French and English i can write and read english, but i can't speak or understand
2022-05-24 13:20
3 replies
No cap, i respect the fact that being french and you've got interestd in learning english atleast. I find very rude some french people that come to my country and get mad at me for not being fluent with french, i can understand the basics + numbers and if you ask me something i'll be able to help. But anything further than that it's not possible for me and people get mad at me???? There's an exercise you can do, if you want. You start listening to english music with lyrics and you'll start understanding on the way, since you're reading and listening at same time, it's harder when you're learning and if people talk really fast. But you'll get used to it if you do it that way. Same with movies/series. If you've seen it once in french, try to watch it in english / english subtitles, it's really good for learning if you put in the effort
2022-05-24 19:47
That's why Vitality are struggling rn
2022-05-28 15:04
Yo le noob, Name checks out hahaha
2022-06-11 21:27
#57
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Greece Graecos
French, Greek, and English fluently, German, Walloon, and Japanese to some extent, I can understand but struggle to speak Dutch
2022-05-24 13:21
4 replies
Were you born in greece? What is your top 1 choice in school to learn after english ? ( I suppose english is the first one so )
2022-05-24 20:09
3 replies
#523
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Greece Graecos
No, I was born in Belgium in a Greek family. English is the first one I learned at school, then I learned a bit of Dutch at school too but I was allowed to stop after two years and I did (I regret it by now but I was 16). I took 2 years of evening lessons in German 5 years ago, I learnt Walloon and Japanese by myself.
2022-05-25 11:36
2 replies
Yo le noob, Tf is Wallon apart from french with septante and nonante lmao??
2022-06-11 21:29
1 reply
#823
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Greece Graecos
Walloon is a language on his own, it's not as close to French as people think. It's close from Picard. But one of our legacy in French is that we use the verb "savoir"(to know) as the verb "pouvoir"(to can). Example in the kitchen: "Sais-tu me passer le sel?" (Can you give me the salt?). It's because Walloon use it that way.
2022-06-13 09:55
#61
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Finland Goble81
Finnish, Swedish, English. Basics of German also. At school.
2022-05-24 13:24
3 replies
Why do most finnish people know basics of german. Are you getting to learn that in school yes or yes, or?
2022-05-24 20:16
2 replies
#534
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Finland Goble81
yes, most schools have German as an additional language option. Some historical reasons why German is or at least was popular language in Finland hundreds years ago already.
2022-05-25 12:32
1 reply
I see, thanks for answering
2022-05-25 13:26
I I learned English in the course and sometimes I communicate with my friends in cs only in English
2022-05-24 13:26
1 reply
Nice. You'll learn a lot on the internet :p
2022-05-24 20:16
Latvian - native English - near-native, learned from games/cartoons, later in school, and various workplaces. Russian - near-native, learned on the rough streets of Riga, picked up grammar at school. German - intermediate, school. + 4-5 other languages at a very basic level (enough to get by), mostly related to the ones listed above.
2022-05-24 13:26
5 replies
You don’t get to intermediate level in school
2022-05-24 14:31
2 replies
Depends on what kind of school is talking about
2022-05-24 20:17
1 reply
German gymnasium for 6 years, 1 German lesson per day + extracurricular activities. I am far from fluent, but i get by when i visit Germany.
2022-05-25 09:16
Was it hard to go from latvian to russian in terms of learning?
2022-05-24 20:17
1 reply
"Hard" or "easy" are relative terms. Between speaking, listening/reading comprehension, and grammar, i would say it took about as much time/effort to get good at all of these aspects on average, as it was with English. 3 quite different languages, albeit all come from the Indo-European language tree, there is almost no shared vocabulary, or grammatical concepts outside of this common archaic root. What about you? What's your flex? :)
2022-05-25 09:42
Polish, english and learning jerman
2022-05-24 13:27
2 replies
Fake flag or you forgot to mention your own?
2022-05-24 20:17
1 reply
I always fakeflag cause danish kids want me to clean their toilets
2022-05-24 21:45
#69
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Israel domchik
Hebrew and English - fluent Russian - very good Arabic - poor
2022-05-24 13:27
5 replies
hebrew and arabic are similar in some respects ?
2022-05-24 13:28
1 reply
#75
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Israel domchik
Some letters has almost the same pronunciation, but hell no
2022-05-24 13:29
one of my russian professors said there are some similarities between modern hebrew and russian because the guy who helped revive it was russian, is that true?
2022-05-24 13:46
2 replies
#84
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Israel domchik
i wont say there is similarities, Eliezer Ben-Yehuda recreated the modern hebrew from the bible, so there is no real connection between them. my parents are from USSR and went to Israel in the beginning of the 90's
2022-05-24 13:48
1 reply
Expected from Russian Jew
2022-06-20 09:39
#74
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Greenland Fenrirrr
Swedish 10/10, Danish, Norwegian, English all 9/10 German 5/10
2022-05-24 13:28
7 replies
That's kinda sick. Now time to learn portuguese?
2022-05-24 20:18
6 replies
#285
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Greenland Fenrirrr
i mean, its not really that sick, all the scandinavian ones are basically by default
2022-05-24 20:44
5 replies
#342
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Norway Snyen
that is really individual i think many swedish guys dont understand norwegian/danish weird asf
2022-05-24 22:46
4 replies
#348
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Greenland Fenrirrr
ye, but i think most people who have been to the countries/spoken to people from the country, should be speaking it pretty fluently. We all came from the same language afterall :)
2022-05-24 22:48
3 replies
#472
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Norway Snyen
yes, its really free and ez if you care about it, but many people dont give a fuck and sadly switch to english when they speak with another scandinavian guy
2022-05-25 08:10
2 replies
#516
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Greenland Fenrirrr
agreed :(
2022-05-25 10:44
I went to Bergen and Oslo this weekend and I insisted on speaking Danish/Norwegian, but approx. 50% of people replied in English :/
2022-05-25 11:31
Finnish well quite obvious English well pretty much from every where school, internet, tv, etc. Swedish some what okay school German very little school Italian even less than German going there multiple times and also my neighbor is from Italy
2022-05-24 13:32
3 replies
Could you be a whole day in sweeden and only speak swedish and you would be fine, or it's not on that level?
2022-05-24 20:19
2 replies
I think I would survive but its not really that good
2022-05-25 11:23
1 reply
I see, thanks for answering
2022-05-25 12:37
polish 10/10 - living there english 9/10 - internet/school russian 4-5/10 - internet jerman 2/10 - school
2022-05-24 13:41
1 reply
jermaN
2022-05-24 13:49
3, and fluent in all 3.
2022-05-24 13:43
2 replies
And which languages? :p
2022-05-24 20:19
1 reply
English Bengali Hindi xD
2022-05-24 22:58
ukrainian,russian,english,and learning german
2022-05-24 13:45
Polish (obv reasons) English (live in US) German (Learning) French (School)
2022-05-24 13:48
7 replies
French will only do good when you manage to visit france, trust me :p Keep learning buddy
2022-05-24 20:20
6 replies
I did visit france, hated it there. I am already fluent I don't have anything more to learn. Buddy.
2022-05-25 13:30
5 replies
Yo le noob, Why was it so bad? Because of the people? And "I don't have anything to learn anymore" is the biggest lie lmao, even french natives all have something to learn.
2022-06-11 21:39
4 replies
#836
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Greece Graecos
I laughed too at "I don't have anything to learn anymore" :D
2022-06-13 16:03
3 replies
For me, because I lost interest is why "I don't have anything to learn anymore"
2022-06-14 15:26
2 replies
#852
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Greece Graecos
That's a poor way to say it, mate. "I lost interest to learn more" is so much different than what you said. But nvm, I understood your point and it makes sense :)
2022-06-14 15:28
1 reply
mb, couldn't edit unfortunately
2022-06-14 15:29
English, Arabic and some french English at school but mostly from video games French at school and im so bad at it
2022-05-24 13:52
4 replies
AAHAHAHA, how old are you tho? Pretty sure you can catch up the basics of french atleast
2022-05-24 20:21
3 replies
im 18, yeah i know some basics but its hard to talk to someone who speaks french, i wouldnt understand a single word. you know what i mean? :D
2022-05-24 20:30
2 replies
I do :p But if i say 'J'ai 99 ans'. Pretty sure you understand ahah
2022-05-24 20:30
1 reply
yeah ur 99 yo damn man
2022-05-24 20:32
#91
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Sweden frizzahh
Swedish and English
2022-05-24 13:56
6 replies
Göteborgska?
2022-05-24 16:53
5 replies
#153
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Sweden frizzahh
Norrländska😎
2022-05-24 16:58
4 replies
Ah, that's beautiful!
2022-05-24 17:01
Pog
2022-05-24 19:15
stockholmska😎
2022-05-24 20:16
linköpingska 🙂
2022-05-24 21:18
Jerman, english and spanish
2022-05-24 14:12
3 replies
Spanish at school or?
2022-05-24 20:21
2 replies
School and I studied in Spain for a spanish legal degree
2022-05-29 17:21
1 reply
n1
2022-05-29 18:55
ok, before we continue. You have to understad that slavic languages are similar ( NOT THE SAME ) So, people that speak Russian, ca understand Ukraiian, Belarus, and some other languages, NOT completely, but it will be enough to understand each other. So, Russian, Latvian, English, I can understand a bit of Lithuanian ( very minor because of some similarities with Latvian)
2022-05-24 14:15
5 replies
Russians and Ukrainians can understand each other but pretending that we can't 🙂
2022-05-24 15:54
2 replies
yap :)
2022-05-24 15:58
Ukrainians understand russians, but russians cannot understand Ukrainians if they speak actual Ukrainian, not some russified semblance(aka surzhik)
2022-06-08 19:52
I see, that's great to know. Are you telling me my boy broky understands russian?
2022-05-24 20:22
1 reply
most likely yes :)
2022-05-24 21:45
german, english, spanish(beginner) and french (beginner)
2022-05-24 14:15
Danish, English, German, almost fully Swedish, almost fully Norwegian, a bit Finnish, A bit Russian, a bit Italian
2022-05-24 14:19
1 reply
What is a bit for you? Could you work with russian people and understand them or like. Go on to buy bread and manage to do it in russian?
2022-05-24 20:23
#100
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Germany at0myq
Russian: Parents from Russia, we speak Russian at home German: born and grew up in Germany English: School and my mom is English teacher Spanish: School Portuguese: University, had it for a half year now Can understand nearly every Slavic language
2022-05-24 14:24
4 replies
That's kinda sick. Russian parents living in germany with a mom that is an english teacher. You kinda have free languages there. Insane. Was it hard for you to not mix all 3 languages at start?
2022-05-24 22:17
3 replies
#323
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Germany at0myq
No, although we only speak Russian at home with some German words in the sentences I sometimes still fuck up Russian grammar as I just use German grammar. I kinda always knew when to speak what language
2022-05-24 22:19
2 replies
But sometimes when we know too many languages, we sometimes mix the words. Today i was talking to someone at home and i knew the word in english but i didn't remember the word i wanted to use in portuguese and it was kinda dumb. Cuz you're too used to use it in english sentences that you forgot the exact same translation of the word and it gets mixed on the way. But i'm happy for you tho :p
2022-05-24 22:21
1 reply
#326
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Germany at0myq
yea of course that happens, but not that i would talk russian to my teacher or smth like that xd
2022-05-24 22:23
Finnish English because of watching anime Swedish because our system still lives in 1700 century and thinks that swedish is so much superiour language to every other that everyone has to learn it Russian alphabet, thats what one course of university left me with
2022-05-24 14:25
1 reply
Your system is correct ;) Congrats on the hockey double!
2022-06-20 09:47
C, Java, Python, Go Oh, you mean the useless human languages... Serbian and English pretty much. I used to learn Italian in elementary school and did really good, but stopped caring when I started high school and I'm terrible at it now. I can only read it now.
2022-05-24 14:29
2 replies
You don't know php? Imagine knowing C, Java, Python, Go and not mentioning the basic ones that you learn in the 1st years of programming. I'm disappointed :(
2022-05-24 22:37
1 reply
I was lucky enough not to deal with PHP ever
2022-05-25 09:04
Dutch - fluent, grew up in NL English - fluent, from tv, gaming and a tiny bit from school German - speak it a bit, I can read it just fine and understand if people speak it to me, from school and lots of german music A couple words of French but that's all
2022-05-24 14:30
Fluent in 5 German, English, Russian, Ukrainian, Spanish
2022-05-24 14:32
6 replies
that's crazy that you are fluent in 5 different languages
2022-05-24 16:32
1 reply
Living in other countries and moving a lot when you are young helped a lot
2022-05-24 16:37
How old are you? Because all of them are pretty different and fluent is not that easy in 5 different languages I'm happy for you tho
2022-05-24 22:38
3 replies
Just turned 25
2022-05-24 22:41
1 reply
That's pretty sick buddy, n1 And HB!
2022-05-24 22:56
99.9% that he's Ukrainian, so he was born in a bilingual family, which gave him a small advantage of becoming fluent in 2 languages :)
2022-06-08 19:55
Enlgish and sorta German. Learned both from School
2022-05-24 14:38
2 replies
I'm surprised at people that learned english at school. I really improved my english outside school lol
2022-05-24 22:39
1 reply
You should surprise even more. I am Russian haha and I have pretty ok english as I think
2022-05-24 22:57
#112
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United Kingdom tr1dent12
english and conversational french
2022-05-24 14:40
2 replies
Bonjour mon ami
2022-06-03 17:04
1 reply
#722
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United Kingdom tr1dent12
yo comment tu vas
2022-06-04 12:10
Czech – native English – C1/C2 French – B1/B2 I learned both of them in high school.
2022-05-24 14:45
3 replies
N1. You're not interested in learning anything else?
2022-05-24 22:40
2 replies
Not really right now. But I like to go to the Alps in summer, so some basic German would be useful. I always feel really bad when I am in the shop buying some food and the shop assistant says something (have a nice day or something like that I guess) and I can't understand her, so I just smile a say goodbye :D I know you can't know every language, but as a Czech, it would be useful to know some German so I can talk with Jermans :)
2022-05-25 09:52
1 reply
Go ahead and learn the basics ;)
2022-05-25 12:36
Fluent only in RO and EN. I'm currently learning German and Dutch, and understand the vocabulary and a very bit of spoken German but it's not enough. Learning both due to work opportunities. Did a bit of French in school but it hasn't stuck with me. I was taught the Cyrillic alphabet so I can read in Russian and understand bits of vocabulary due to similarity with RO but in no way can speak it.
2022-05-24 14:47
English: learned in middle school. German: same. I studied two years in German, one year in Germany. Looking to start French in the summer.
2022-05-24 14:47
4 replies
French is 'nice' to speak. But when it comes to the writing part of it. I'm able to talk the basic but i forgot how to write the text down properly in french. I think you'll enjoy it a bit How good is your english/german?
2022-05-24 22:41
3 replies
Both C1 or over. I basically spend my entire online life in English and I read a lot of academic stuff in German. When it comes to speaking I need a bit of warming up, but generally my English is better in this regard.
2022-05-25 01:08
2 replies
I'm happy for you man :=)
2022-05-25 01:11
1 reply
Ty:)
2022-05-25 01:33
English 10/10 Spanish 5/10 I know swear words in like 20 different languages though :)
2022-05-24 14:49
1 reply
Like everyone ahahah, people always learn what's bad to learn about other countries
2022-05-24 22:41
#120
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India magizhchi
English-school and profession Hindi-school Tamil- mother tongue Kannada-speak at home Malayalam-Used to live in the Middle East
2022-05-24 14:50
8 replies
Thats very impressive brother.
2022-05-24 15:00
1 reply
#201
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India magizhchi
Thanks <3
2022-05-24 19:41
#139
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Finland samuuu38
As a Finn it is crazy that you have so many languages in India Are they all "official" or is Tamil only in one part of India?
2022-05-24 16:12
5 replies
#158
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India magizhchi
Lol yeah so many languages (22 official languages) Tamil is the official language of the state of Tamil Nadu. Hindi is the official language of India.
2022-05-24 18:19
#165
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Other ro2a
i knew for a long time that Indian also Chinese have lots of language, but you have no idea that its nothing compare to people from Papua New Guinea and also us Indonesian
2022-05-24 18:37
3 replies
+1 and i guess you can speak at least 3 languages, my fellow indonesian
2022-05-25 03:58
2 replies
#463
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Other ro2a
yes, 4 maybe, Indonesia, Banjar, Batak, and English obviously if only we learn other International Language instead... hahaha, too sad our brain is full already
2022-05-25 04:34
1 reply
indeed, i can only speak 3, Indonesia, Javanese, and English, with a tiny bit of Sundanese and Palembang also, and yes it is enough to fill my peanut brain lol
2022-05-25 06:31
#125
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Poland Patio1950
English - B2/C1 French - just started to learn but I lack motivation sometimes
2022-05-24 15:04
4 replies
Is there any reason? Are you starting because it's an obligation or because you wanna learn it?
2022-05-24 22:42
3 replies
#346
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Poland Patio1950
I want to learn it, I really like this language
2022-05-24 22:48
2 replies
So find motivation on that. There's multiple ways of learning it, just find one that doesn't make u annoyed
2022-05-24 22:57
1 reply
#497
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Poland Patio1950
Yeah rn I'm using duolingo/memrise/clozemaster, way less annoying and tiring than a textbook
2022-05-25 09:57
#126
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Europe KEKHeim
jerman + english + a little bit of french
2022-05-24 15:07
lithuanian & english - native russian - enough to communicate with russians in comp
2022-05-24 15:11
2 replies
How are baltic countries so good at English? Do your parents teach you since birth or smth? You guys are fluent in English while your Russian/Ukrainian/Belarusian neighbors speak it very poorly. I wonder why
2022-05-24 15:41
1 reply
Nowadays young people are good, back then not so much. I lived most of my life in an English speaking country so that's why I put it at native. But I'm not sure why that's the case tbh, maybe because we're a lot more Western.
2022-05-24 17:10
polish english basics of russian( i understand quite a lot but can't really speak it, actually helpful in cs xd) primitive italian (sometimes i understand what someone is talking about)
2022-05-24 15:30
Russian - native English (b1-b2) - a bit at school, but mostly hltv/reddit/streams/yt videos/games Spanish (a0-a1) - currently learning the basics. Also reading Spanish news sites/chanels trying to understand what they are talking about 🙂
2022-05-24 15:32
1 reply
If you need help with spanish, feel free to DM me homie. Yea, we can learn a lot from websites etc :p Maybe try to watch some movies/series in russian with spanish subtitles or the other way around in the future
2022-05-24 22:44
#133
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Brazil humbl3
I speak fluently portuguese, english and spanish. German and french are kind of weak but I could handle a basic conversation. Can also read latin and ancient greek
2022-05-24 15:53
4 replies
#148
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Brazil hugoooo
KEKW
2022-05-24 16:45
What's your 2nd option language in brazil? When you get to decide in school
2022-05-24 22:45
2 replies
#391
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Brazil humbl3
In school its either english or spanish. For me it was english, but at that time I already had some fluence
2022-05-24 23:42
1 reply
I see
2022-05-25 00:30
Russain - obvious English - don't know properly, but I think I have at least b1
2022-05-24 16:04
1 reply
As long as you can understand people, it's a start
2022-05-24 22:45
portuguese - native english - idk how I learned it, I just know I speak it since I was a kid spanish - internet, had to because I study in a spanish university german - idk I just felt like learning a new language, so I studied on my own through the internet swedish - same as german I can also understand a bit of italian, dutch and french (my sister speaks french)
2022-05-24 16:13
2 replies
respect
2022-05-24 16:20
I respect the german/swedish one. That's some commitment buddy, gj
2022-05-24 22:46
slovak - native czech - almost the same as slovak, some words are different, a slovak has no problem to understand a czech and vice versa english - learned at school and on internet polish - I can understand what a Pole says, I just can't speak the language german - learning at school, I speak the language vaguely
2022-05-24 16:20
finnish, little bit english
2022-05-24 16:39
1 reply
Do you understand what ppl type when you're reading in english?
2022-05-24 22:47
Spanish native English fluent, school but mostly the internet French fluent, the streets taught me German/Dutch conversational-intermediate level, picked them up again recently, lacked motivation to improve Italian/Portuguese- I understand these and I can pretty much communicate through improvising lol, viceversa for both with spanish i guess too hahah
2022-05-24 16:42
2 replies
Slow italian is easy to understand for portuguese/spanish people most of their words. But n1 on french. Did u live in france?
2022-05-24 22:47
1 reply
Yeah for sure, i've always felt like italian is easier than portuguese though, dunno why Thx, lived in belgium actually, so learnt french relatively easily
2022-05-28 19:15
Spanish, english, french and japanese
2022-05-24 16:43
2 replies
Where did you learn french and japanese?
2022-05-24 22:48
1 reply
I learned French mostly when I was at school and japanese mostly by myself
2022-05-25 00:45
Lithuanian, English, French and i bit of Russian Lithuanian cus its my country English Internet French school My parents know Russian
2022-05-24 16:49
1 reply
“My parents know Russian” isn’t this the case for every Lithuanian?
2022-05-24 19:19
australian english
2022-05-24 16:51
#152
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Czech Republic JameS_19
Czech, English and German. And as everyone from Czech Republic, I perfectly understand Slovakian, and if I would live there, I would be able to speak it after week of getting used to it (the languages are almost the same, only minor difference in some words).
2022-05-24 16:57
french english russian
2022-05-24 16:59
4 replies
Where did you learn french, i'm curious
2022-05-24 22:48
3 replies
went to french school
2022-05-25 10:20
1 reply
#567
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France HippzZ
From which city?
2022-05-25 22:56
edit double post
2022-05-25 10:20
Only Albanian and English want to learn more eventually
2022-05-24 18:35
2 replies
It's always good to learn new languages and you always feel good when people around you and when you visit other countries as well. If you can understand them. Also, way more options in your life. I'm glad that you want to learn more
2022-05-24 22:49
1 reply
I’ve been learning spanish for a few years but it’s conversational at best
2022-05-25 00:40
english spanish arabic
2022-05-24 18:36
spanish, english, and a little bit of french, I can read russian cyrillic and know a few words. probably I can understand portuguese pretty well
2022-05-24 18:37
1 reply
That's the good thing about spanish/portuguese. You can understand each other for the very basic stuff. But to keep a good conversation, you would need to learn a bit more of each other, i find myself talking in spanish with other people and some of portuguese collegues don't understand everything
2022-05-24 22:50
#168
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Italy Skye620
Italian and English. All I want to know language wise. Edit: figure I should add english is my second language
2022-05-24 18:37
3 replies
You're not curious about learning other languages?
2022-05-24 22:51
2 replies
#396
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Italy Skye620
Not really much need. I speak Italian and use English for hltv mens))
2022-05-25 00:16
1 reply
:D
2022-05-25 00:32
English and Urdu are my native languages, followed by Punjabi, which my mother tongue.
2022-05-24 18:41
Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, English, German. +Some Latin. Norwegian is my native language. Swedish and Danish are so similar to Norwegian, so its not a problem to both understand and speak. English and German from school. Learnt some latin on duolingo lol.
2022-05-24 18:45
7 replies
> Danish > Easy to speak
2022-05-24 19:51
5 replies
lmao Takes some effort, but its not too hard
2022-05-24 19:58
1 reply
#287
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Greenland Fenrirrr
agreed
2022-05-24 20:48
#286
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Greenland Fenrirrr
a russian trying to tell scandinavians what language is easy lol, danish grammar is very easy for norwegians and vice versa, and obviously when the grammar is the same, you are gonna be using the same words. With scandinavia what i say is that it is as if a american was to understand a scottish person. Different pronounciation, but same words. Most scandinavians who dont speak all 3, likely havent talked in person to people from the countries more than once. This is why so many cs teams have cross scandinavian players who speak native languages.
2022-05-24 20:50
2 replies
you're starting with an insult and trying to tell me things i already know. I said about pronounciation, nothing about grammar, vocabulary and whatever you've mentioned. I speak norwegian and swedish at a pretty decent level btw. what's so wrong with you?
2022-05-24 21:32
1 reply
#308
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Greenland Fenrirrr
not an insult stating where you are from, dont know why you took it as such, but its obviously funny when someone who is not a native speaker tries to tell a native speaker about whats hard and whats not. I speak all 3 fluently, not just at a "decent level". You could be missing out on a lot of things, Pronounciation is not hard once you get used to it, and most of the time its danes speaking swedish/norwegian, and not the other way around.
2022-05-24 21:35
Maybe i'll take a shot and learn swedish/danish. I have so many friends living there, it's unreal how good it would be for me to learn. But swedish/danish people haave no issue whatsoever with english, so it's fine
2022-05-24 22:52
20 languages
2022-05-24 18:46
1 reply
That's kinda cap buddy. It's almost impossible to know 20 languages fluently. And if it's not fluently, you could elaborate and explain, since i asked :p. but it's fine
2022-05-24 22:54
Portuguese - Native Japanese - Advanced, started learning by myself before coming to Japan English - Intermediary/Advanced French - Begginer Italian - Begginer Spanish - I know a little bit but i don't like it so i stopped learning it
2022-05-24 18:53
7 replies
#279
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Brazil yalamix
BR or Tuga?
2022-05-24 20:31
1 reply
He's brazilian
2022-05-24 22:54
For how long are you in japan now? Was it hard?
2022-05-24 22:55
4 replies
First, I'm brazilian and I wouldn't say that it was hard but definitely it was a long journey, i started learning japanese at the end of my 9th grade by myself and kept studying alone until i finished high school, so i applied to MEXT and was accept for attending the programming course. I'm here since the first week of April. If your dream is living in Japan I would recommend you to try MEXT because it's REALLY helpful in this journey and without it I wouldn't be here rn. Edit: I want to clarify that i don't have any type of descendency of japanese though and i would totally do all of this again.
2022-05-25 18:57
3 replies
I figured you were brazilian tbf #357 Doubt i wanna live in japan atm. I respect that, that was some commitment from your side buddy.
2022-05-25 19:08
2 replies
thanks my friend, i put the advice there for other people that may want to live in here to read and know how to start
2022-05-25 19:13
I used to live in japan it is nice country but thats it depends how good looking foreigner you are
2022-05-29 17:29
2: Portuguese and English
2022-05-24 19:03
None
2022-05-24 19:05
2 replies
how do u speak
2022-05-24 19:46
1 reply
albanian sign language
2022-05-24 19:51
Dutch. just learning it since school. want to learn Spanish. just like it
2022-05-24 19:06
1 reply
Spanish is nice, take a shot
2022-05-24 22:55
Swedish Norwegian English Bosnian Croatian Serbian (only speaking not that fucked up alphabet)
2022-05-24 19:38
5 replies
wtf goat alphabet
2022-05-24 19:42
4 replies
only war crime countries use that alphabet 2 wars in Europe last 20 years both same alphabet
2022-05-24 19:53
3 replies
you know that ukrainian alphabet is cyrillic, right?
2022-05-24 19:54
weak bait
2022-05-24 19:56
1 reply
just a 12yo take
2022-05-24 19:58
#198
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Belgium batmmm
French/dutch/english... because this is how it is down here oO
2022-05-24 19:40
1 reply
'Down here' xD
2022-05-24 22:58
#206
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Kyrgyzstan coldyara
Russian, Kyrgyz and English. Kyrgyz should've been my native language, but I speak Russian better lmao
2022-05-24 19:44
3 replies
why all people from Kyrgyzstan say it? At least everyone I've meat. Is it so popular?
2022-05-24 19:53
2 replies
#233
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Kyrgyzstan coldyara
you mean why is Russian popular? It's official language in Kyrgyzstan and about 70-80% (cifry z vozduha, no primerno tak) of people in the capital speak Russian freely. And most of schools' education process is also in the Russian language in Bishkek
2022-05-24 20:03
1 reply
thank you for sharing this information
2022-05-24 20:05
Pycckuŭ, English, Norsk, Svenska litt and just a little of polish. Gotta polish my polish, raise my level of swedish to my level of norwegian and start learning french or greek. Please help i want to learn every language in the world but my brain is not big enough.
2022-05-24 19:47
2 replies
If you're not really old, you have time. It gets way harder to learn a new language when you get older. So take advantage now. You're doing fine buddy, i'm sure of it :)
2022-05-24 22:59
#439
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Russia SexeSnek
french is dogshit but greek is alright, being a russian speaker helps a lot with grammar
2022-05-25 01:27
Native level : finnish and english Strong second languages : swedish and spanish Good understanding but not great speaking : estonian and german Learnt a little here and there : russian
2022-05-24 19:51
2 replies
"here and there" = csgo mens?))))
2022-05-24 19:55
Russian = ingame and only bad words, right? :)
2022-05-24 22:59
English 100% French 90% understand, 80% speaking. Studied at school and am going to study at university. Swedish 70% understand 35% speaking. Have Swedish friends who help, little bit of Duolingo and watching Swedish Youtubers. Spanish 80% understand, 40% speaking, Learned at school for 3 years.
2022-05-24 19:52
1 reply
That's kinda sick, you have 2 of the most important languages already. With english and spanish you0re gonna be just fine already.
2022-05-24 23:00
7 One native, two through TV+music and school, 1 through gymnasium(high school) and gf, one through family of friend + travel, one through evening classes and travel and one through living next to the country and interactions with people from there.
2022-05-24 20:00
7 replies
And which are? If you wanna say the languages ofc
2022-05-24 23:00
6 replies
Not a problem. I just thought you only wanted the number and how/where. In order: Danish German English French Norwegian Spanish Swedish The last four on the list is not to a level where I would fx. write letters or have business conversations, plus also my Spanish and German is somewhat rusty from lack of use. Also I could maybe say order a couple of beers in fx. Italian, however I don't think it qualifies to be on the list.
2022-05-25 00:07
5 replies
I see. I see a lot of danish/german people having german/danish as their option in their country as 2nd language. Did u learn german in school? Or outside? That's quite a big list. Would u be able to go on the streets and talk spanish/german with people for like 5min straight? Just curious
2022-05-25 00:32
4 replies
Since Denmark is a small country it is the standard that everyone learns two foreign languages, those would generally be English and German/French. Plus a bit of Swedish and Norwegian is also pretty common I think. I mostly learned German by watching German TV as a kid, so much so that when taught in school I did not really pick up the grammar rules as I just knew what was correct anyway. Plus I also used it on travels and in student jobs where tourists was part of the contacts. I can definitely have a conversation in German, as mentioned I am a little rusty using German but I know it will come back quick if I use it. I won't have problems understanding what is spoken, but until a bit of warm up speaking will be a bit clumsy. Spanish will be much harder as I never used it as much as German, so I would likely need like a dictionary for it to be much of a conversation. I think knowing languages is great, it opens doors to so many experiences like for example music, movies and also when traveling it lets you interact with more people. Even if you just know a few phrases it shows you care enough to make an effort, that is a great ice breaker.
2022-05-25 00:48
3 replies
+1 to everything you said at the end. I respect that :)
2022-05-25 00:56
2 replies
Thx. Interesting thread you created.
2022-05-25 01:03
1 reply
Thanks for that :p I appreciate the elaborated answer
2022-05-25 01:05
portuguese - native a little bit of english - learned by using the internet and playing video games
2022-05-24 20:02
1 reply
Keeep doing it, always good to learn english.
2022-05-24 23:01
English - School (studied til Oxforx C1+ idk why either) Indonesia - mother tongue Mandarin - Self learn
2022-05-24 20:05
3 replies
#245
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Russia HikZ
bro mandarin means tangerine in russian
2022-05-24 20:13
2 replies
#269
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Italy MulaManca
Mandarino is a type of orange in Italian as well
2022-05-24 20:24
Chinese then lmao
2022-05-25 14:28
1.5 1 Turkish 0.5 English
2022-05-24 20:06
1 reply
Better than nothing, right? :)
2022-05-24 23:01
english - just look at my flag English - I can read English but speaking and writing correctly is difficult for me and listening to English is the same thing as not hearing anything... I just don't understand Spanish - same thing as English
2022-05-24 20:09
3 replies
you know english twice?
2022-05-24 20:17
1 reply
portuguese* lol
2022-05-24 22:14
Pro tip. Worked and keeps working for me on the way to improve my english everyday. Watch your favorite english music videos / series with english subtitles. While you're listening to the song and reading, you'll manage to catch the words and start understanding them
2022-05-24 23:03
#241
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Sweden op266
Swedish - Native language English - Fluent Spanish - Basics
2022-05-24 20:11
1 reply
What about danish?
2022-05-24 23:03
#243
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Russia HikZ
Russian - native English - I can give info correctly in game and write stuff on the HLTV forum without using a google translator, so i guess its fine...
2022-05-24 20:12
1 reply
That's fine, looks fine to me, even tho it's only 1 sentence. But you learn more everyday, if you need help just lmk. I'm learning everyday as well :)
2022-05-24 23:04
Polish English German (learning) some Russian, French ( some members of family know these and they help me learn it)
2022-05-24 20:12
1 reply
Keep learning mate!
2022-05-24 23:05
I know basics of swearing on lot of language
2022-05-24 20:14
3 replies
putinha im so good at brazilian
2022-05-24 20:18
1 reply
POG
2022-05-24 20:19
Yea. I think no1 can complain about those words. It's always the first thing people learn ahah
2022-05-24 23:05
#253
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Brazil Diabo
only English and Portuguese, learning any language other than english is worthless in today's society
2022-05-24 20:17
2 replies
true also im lazy
2022-05-24 20:32
It's fine tbf, with english. You can go pretty much everywhere other than france :)
2022-05-24 23:05
#266
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Italy MulaManca
Italian (duh) English - Learned the basics by myself but I was a bit rough around the edges when I was 13 or so. So I got into an english school and sorta fell in love with it tbh. Nowadays I have the three main Cambridge Language Assessment certificates (FCE, CAE, CPE) and I also have the TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language). Portuguese - I lived in Brazil when I was little French, Dutch and Spanish - know very very little but can kinda read
2022-05-24 20:22
2 replies
Are you fluent in portuguese? I'm glad u managed to get interest in learning english. It'll be really good for your irl.
2022-05-24 23:07
1 reply
#438
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Italy MulaManca
Yeah, I can speak portuguese fluently, some of my best friends are from Brazil
2022-05-25 01:24
English and Afrikaans. English from parents and Afrikaans from parents and a bit from school.
2022-05-24 20:25
Portuguese - Native English - I never tried to learn it, i guess i just got it from games and the internet, at some point i started to understand everything Spanish - Internet, it was easy to get into it because of portuguese Japanese - I like japanese culture so i started learning it through the internet, i know how to speak but reading is a bit difficult
2022-05-24 20:29
5 replies
Do brazilians watch hollywood movies dubbed or texted?
2022-05-24 20:40
3 replies
there is a fight here where people are team dubbed and team subbed, i guess most people watch it dubbed but there are a fair ammount that watch subbed especially people who play games and watch anime
2022-05-24 20:51
2 replies
imo watching movies in english is a good way to learn a languages like pronouncing of words correctly and how the sentences are "built"
2022-05-24 20:55
1 reply
+1
2022-05-24 23:07
I respect that
2022-05-24 23:07
Slovenian (duh) and all the main Yugoslavian languages: croatian, bosnian, serbian... English, German, Swedish, a bit of Russian and Spanish :D
2022-05-24 20:49
3 replies
#291
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Greenland Fenrirrr
bruh how did you learn svenska
2022-05-24 20:51
1 reply
When I was studying German language at the uni in year 2 you have to choose a similar germanic language alongside it, it's actually not that hard to learn once you know the basics, but i never use it so i'm rusty af :(
2022-05-24 20:53
Legend
2022-05-24 23:08
#289
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Italy steven513
English ofc Italian Spanish Russian Still working on Turkish and French D:
2022-05-24 20:50
1 reply
Imagine saying 'English ofc' But not 'Italian ofc' Since you live there currently, if you're not fakeflagger
2022-05-25 00:57
#290
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Brazil yalamix
Portuguese - Native English - Fluent Japanese - I did 1 year in uni but I did not continue to study it so I am a bit rusty. I also plan on learning Arabic after I get my Japanese to a decent level.
2022-05-24 20:50
1 reply
Keep up on that buddy! <3
2022-06-01 20:05
#292
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Russia Vedoth
Russian English Esperanto(still learning) Will learn German next year cause of school
2022-05-24 20:51
2 replies
Nice buddy, time to learn something like italian/portuguese/spanish u know? :p
2022-05-27 12:50
1 reply
#637
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Russia Vedoth
I think Spanish will be good thing:p
2022-05-27 16:42
guess we gonna need to learn english now
2022-05-24 20:52
2 replies
What
2022-05-25 00:57
1 reply
i thought portuguese lol x) because of rio major cast in pr
2022-05-25 06:17
Finnish, swedish, English, USA, Australia, Englandss
2022-05-24 20:52
1 reply
I hope you're joking <3
2022-05-25 00:58
Spanish -> Native English -> 70% Portuguese ->80% (because gaules)
2022-05-24 20:53
2 replies
You wont learn 80% of portuguese only by watching him. The wording he's using is pretty much the same everytime. Atleast when there's cs:go streams and such. Unless you're watching him when he does other stuff like 'just chatting' and playing games himself in general Either way, you're spanish, it's 'easy' to understand some portuguese words.
2022-05-25 00:59
1 reply
spanish and Portuguese is 60% similar is more easy understand PT-BR than PT-PT
2022-05-25 23:05
-London and Jermen fluent -I started to learn a bit of russian on and off but didnt really have motivation to remember anything outside very basic term and phrases. -started learning Italian for Work and doing pretty well since I already had a decent base in latin languages so I already can have very very basic conversations about Work rn. -I understand a tiny bit of Mongolian and know basic prounounciation - and then the obvius stuff like understanding Dutch or other Germanic languages a decent bit via Jerman
2022-05-24 20:57
1 reply
But where are you from?
2022-05-25 01:00
#300
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Reunion _VetriX
Czech, Slovak, American, British, Australian, English, New Zealandian, Canadian
2022-05-24 20:57
2 replies
> British, English, American ( Guessing you're saying USA?), New Zealandian, Australian xD -> English Canada is also english + french. Mostly english. So where did you get all of those countries from and why :p
2022-05-25 01:02
1 reply
#546
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Reunion _VetriX
damn didn't know thanks for telling me!
2022-05-25 16:53
German as i grew up in germany lulz Ukrainian and Russian cuz my mother is Ukrainian English school and every day in my job Basic French from school
2022-05-24 20:58
Swedish, English, German ( ish) English is from school but my vocabulary and overall writing has improved by the internet. And German I just learn in school, I'm pretty bad though.
2022-05-24 21:02
4 replies
Übung macht den Meister :)
2022-05-24 23:34
2 replies
Ich liebe schvanz
2022-05-26 16:10
1 reply
wer nicht? :)
2022-05-26 18:16
3 swedish talking german
2022-06-07 16:43
Fluent: English, Spanish, Hindi (spoken)
2022-05-24 21:11
Slovak and Czech native level - My family is from Slovakia, but my parents moved to Czech Rep. before I was born. Fluent English - Learning it in school, also taking private lessons. Using the internet surely helped as well. Basic German (I would say B1 level) - School and private lessons I also picked up some basic Russian thanks to cs. I taught myself how to read cyrillic so I can figure out if some sneaky russians are flaming me in the chat and call them out. I always love learning new phrases and words from teammates in csgo, people are always happy when you say some stupid shit in their language😎.
2022-05-24 21:35
1 reply
HAHAHAAHAH 'I taught myself how to read cyrillic so I can figure out if some sneaky russians are flaming me in the chat and call them out.' What games do to us. I'm glad people find interest in learning languages from many different ways and reasons.
2022-05-25 01:04
portuguese, english, Spanish, dutch, italian, french, a litle bit of romanian and some phrases in polish.
2022-05-24 21:36
2 replies
You're 100% portuguese so, here i go. Are you fluent in english/spanish/dutch/italitan/french? Could you keep a conversation for 10min straight?
2022-05-25 01:04
1 reply
i live in netherlands this is why i speak dutch, the rest i learn by my self and also speaking with my collegues at work.
2022-05-28 14:50
ukranian russian english also i can understand polish somehow
2022-05-24 21:41
2 replies
Somehow? Did u grow or live close to polish people? That might be the reason
2022-06-14 15:57
1 reply
no i didnt, polish just very similar to ukranian
2022-06-14 17:47
#313
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Slovakia CRMN1
Portuguese English Spanish Afrikaans I speak a little bit of french but not enough for a normal full conversation I guess, and I understand bits of italian
2022-05-24 21:44
1 reply
Nice flag btw
2022-06-14 15:57
Turkmen and Turkish: native Finnish: native Russian: a little from school but mostly from internet English: basics from school but mostly from internet Swedish: from school Danish: friend taught me Spanish: from school
2022-05-24 21:49
5 replies
hold on you are half finnish half turkmen or what????
2022-05-24 22:37
2 replies
No, a son of Turkmen immigrants, was fully educated in Finland all the way from kindergarten to uni
2022-05-25 07:27
1 reply
ohhh
2022-05-25 13:00
Are you fluent in all of them, or?
2022-05-25 01:07
1 reply
No, only in english and the ones I'm native speaker
2022-05-25 07:26
#317
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Poland kola5410
3 foreign english - school, games german (poorly, but can communicate) school russian (poorly, but can communicate) curiosity, uni
2022-05-24 21:51
3 replies
With can communicate, you mean. You can understand or you can speak for 5 min straight?
2022-06-14 15:58
2 replies
#882
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Poland kola5410
speak basic sentences, or give info in cs or order food, depends on topic and how I'm into conversation (sometimes I'm surprised how much I can talk) this kind of shit, nothing really special
2022-06-14 17:34
1 reply
Oh i see, i mean it's good :p
2022-06-14 17:35
i speak 5 languges i big learned in school so english in school pakistani (i liveing in Pakistan) hrvatski
2022-05-24 22:24
2 replies
What are the other 2? :)
2022-05-25 01:08
1 reply
enhlish and pakistani
2022-05-25 09:52
i speak american and also fluent english
2022-05-24 22:28
2 replies
n1, you also speak british 100%, right? :)
2022-05-25 01:09
1 reply
absolutely not, the britishan language is so useless ill let my good friend tell you my thoughts on it: youtube.com/watch?v=Q8pNh6LqFh8
2022-05-25 01:22
2
2022-05-24 22:39
1 reply
Wanna elaborate?
2022-05-25 01:09
I love languages so yeah Danish (usual) Swedish/Norwegian (learned a little in school) English (Online and school) German (school) Croatian (Was on holiday in Croatia for 2 months so just wanted the basic of it) Spanish, Dutch and French (Taught myself - it's not good, but i can communicate) I am currently learning myself Italian and Russian. I am also learning a few English accents (Bri'ish and Australian) And when im done with that my plan is to learn myself Portuguese, Romanian, and some Asian languages.
2022-05-24 22:49
2 replies
Danish people and the languages. Is your german/Swedish as good or close to your english? What an holiday, 2 months. That's insane. i respect that, if you need help with portuguese, feel free to DM me buddy.
2022-05-25 01:11
1 reply
Well, Swedish is close to Danish, but my German is definitely not as good as my English. I've spoken English since i was 4. My dad is English so.
2022-05-25 17:23
Arabic, Hebrew and English
2022-05-24 22:51
define "know" I studied Spanish, Bangla, Hebrew, and Greek but i def not fluent in any of them.
2022-05-24 23:36
2 replies
I think being able to hold a conversation and write with some grammatical cohesion is enough
2022-05-24 23:40
You can do like some people here. Some separate the languages and mention c,b1,a2 level Or say if you're fluent, you know the basic etc. Did you study all those languages? Was that a choice?
2022-05-25 01:13
Estonian, school + speaking irl Finnish, online and watched some Finnish streamers Russian, school + speaking irl English, school + speaking irl Japanese, Duolingo + anime (yes I'm a weeb your insults mean nothing to me)
2022-05-24 23:40
2 replies
I don't care if you're weeb or not, not the topic. I don't watch animes but i have friends who do :p I usually call them weirdos but im always joking around :). Either way, are you fluent in all of those?
2022-05-25 01:14
1 reply
Well I'm fluent in Estonian, Russian and English. I don't think I can say that I'm fluent in Japanese because I only know the Katakana alphabet but I can understand/speak quite well. With Finnish it's a similar situation, I can understand/speak well but I think I still make too many grammatical errors when writing to call myself fluent
2022-05-25 06:53
3 Turkish-Native English-%70 Arabic-Good(i've lived in s.arabia 4 years )
2022-05-24 23:40
3 replies
nt syrian refugee
2022-05-25 00:15
1 reply
ok boomer
2022-05-25 10:33
nt syrian refugee
2022-05-25 09:13
3 Arabic French English
2022-05-25 00:09
4 replies
Fluent in all of them?
2022-05-25 01:14
3 replies
i can't tell exactly if my english is fluent but i have the best english grades in my class. My arabic is ok at best, we don't speak the usual arabic that you would see in arabic texts etc anyway as in north africa we use like a mixed arabic with french, idk how to call this exactly in english. my french is fluent though.
2022-05-25 01:28
2 replies
But like, do you think you can manage to keep a conversation for 10minutes straight in english? With someone outside? Then it's fluent. Thanks for answering :p
2022-05-25 18:53
1 reply
never talked with someone vocally for more than just 5 mins tbh but I think i can do it, my biggest problem is just stressing when talking in english even though i know what I should/have say etc but it just sometimes gets into my head lol. 99% of the time i talk in english vocally just for faceit games and i don't even play faceit that much lol.
2022-05-25 19:18
#394
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Brazil skyron
Portuguese, English, Spanish (enough to understand and read), French (enough to read) and a bit of Chinese (just basic stuff, still learning). Spanish and french can have many similarities with my native tongue (Latin derived languages) and as such I didn't have to really study them to reach my current level, I taught myself english through the internet, programming languages, playing games, reading stuff and shit, I just incorporated it into my daily life and naturally developed my skills. I'm learning Chinese through the internet as well, I wanted to learn a difficult language as a personal challenge.
2022-05-25 00:14
3 replies
I respect that. But the same way you mention french and spanish. You could include italian, speaking wise is way more understandable than french imo.
2022-05-25 22:39
1 reply
#570
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Brazil skyron
I'm actually an Italian descendent, I could get a citizenship and shit, but for some reason, I find Italian the most difficult to understand, Idk why. Also I don't interact much with italian content and therefore I can't exercise it as much as I do with spanish and french.
2022-05-25 23:27
I also made a challange to myself, but I choosed russian, nice to see Im not the only one who did it.
2022-06-07 16:58
Norwegian Danish Swedish London
2022-05-25 00:19
1 reply
I see the similarities
2022-05-25 22:39
Polish German English Russian Italian Turkish kinda Spanish
2022-05-25 00:20
2 replies
All of those, fluent? Kinda nuts ngl
2022-05-25 22:40
1 reply
I'm pretty good at speaking.... I'm playing mostly with Russians or Turks so......it's obvious i speak their language. Italian is like my other mother language so...
2022-05-25 23:12
#399
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Austria nairolf
-> German (motherlanguage, speaking a german dialect most of the time tho) -> English (school, but most of it thru video game tutorials & forums online) -> Tourist italian (had it in school but our teacher was horrible and didn't teach us anything so I suck at it lmao) I am able to understand some Dutch, Luxembourgish & a little bit of the Scandinavian languages here and there since they are all part of the germanic language family, but only bits and pieces. I want to learn a 3rd language tho, was thinking about spanish but idk if I have the motivation and if it even makes sense. Like, u need to use the language almost daily to get a feel for it & there is not really a point to go out of my way to find spanish tutorials, forums or anything if I can just search up german or english ones.
2022-05-25 00:28
1 reply
I mean, spanish is an extremely good language to learn ngl. You can use it in so many places
2022-05-27 21:13
why does everyone here speak like 5 languages lol i feel ashamed 😓
2022-05-25 00:30
5 replies
They list any language theyre remotely familiar with, most of it is bullshit But it is common to speak at least 3 languages if youre from a smaller euro country
2022-05-25 10:08
3 replies
^ Most people living in europe know atleast 3 languages 'fluently'
2022-05-25 22:40
2 replies
3 fluently sounds about right on average, no? At least for countries with less than 5mio people or something
2022-05-26 00:32
1 reply
Yea. 3 fluently sounds about average yea
2022-05-26 13:02
Well some languages have so much similarities that its almost given to be able to understand and speak to at least some level: Spanish-Portuguese, Swedish-Norwegian etc Then there is subject of people especially middle to eastern europe having usually faimly ties to two+ countries, making it likely to have learn those languages. Then there is subject of many european languages being structrually quite similar so its quite easy to learn other european languages for native speaker. And lastly especially for many smaller countries its very beneficial to learn at least one extra language to improve your chances of employement, even inside your own country.
2022-05-27 02:01
english and n4 level japanese, learning japanese from high school into university
2022-05-25 00:33
3 replies
And HOW did you get to learn japanase? Was it your choice?
2022-06-14 15:59
2 replies
i was required to learn a foreign language as a requirement for university, but i chose to keep learning it after i graduated high school
2022-06-15 07:44
1 reply
Oh i see, nice :D
2022-06-15 10:46
Portuguese, English - fluent Spanish, German - mediocre (b1 level) C#, Cobol, HTML, CSS, Javascript
2022-05-25 00:50
5 replies
Nice, what about php? One of the basic ones? Html and CSS aren't programming languages
2022-05-26 17:55
4 replies
They aren't indeed.
2022-05-26 18:00
1 reply
I gotchu <3
2022-05-26 18:00
HTML actually is a language, though not a programming one.
2022-05-28 15:00
1 reply
'Html and CSS aren't programming languages'
2022-05-28 17:56
4-5 Russian is my mother language. English no comments, fluent. Lithuanian, forgoring it ☠️ But can still understand it. Norwegian, fluent since I live in Norway. French, studying it RN and absolutely loving it, I can understand texts but I lack vocabulary. Easily understanding most of the Slavic languages since I speak Russian 😎
2022-05-25 01:01
4 replies
Yea, learn french buddy, so you understand 80% of french population that don't force themselves into learning any other language ahah
2022-05-27 19:05
3 replies
Arter french I would like to learn portugese
2022-05-27 19:07
2 replies
If you need help, don't hesitate in dming me ;)
2022-05-27 19:11
1 reply
Vamos!
2022-05-27 19:11
#417
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Sweden AFCx
swedish & english officially. i understand 50% finnish and speak about 10% of it. i can read russian, and study french in school but that isn't going anywhere.
2022-05-25 01:02
1 reply
French is useless tbf ( Sorry french people reading this ) But well.
2022-06-14 16:00
#437
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France iT0ms
French, English, Arabic, little bit Spanish
2022-05-25 01:23
1 reply
Proud of you for learning english :)
2022-06-14 16:00
#443
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United States GiantDays
English, was learning Spanish back in public school but america moment: the spanish teacher simply stopped teaching us the language.
2022-05-25 01:49
3 replies
#458
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United States zovint
+1, my Spanish teacher let us use English a lot and just tried to make us pass
2022-05-25 04:03
2 replies
#460
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United States GiantDays
mine pretty much just put on movies in spanish and then sat on her phone all period. nobody did anything.
2022-05-25 04:08
1 reply
#689
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United States zovint
Damn, I’ve never had a teacher like that before. Ez paycheck ?
2022-05-28 17:59
Norwegian, English, swedish, danish, german, but now only basic german cause I haven't spoken it for 10 years.
2022-05-25 01:50
2 replies
But can you speak the other 4 fluently?
2022-06-14 16:01
1 reply
Like a person living there? No, but pretty much no one who learn a language does that, some do sure but most people learning a second+ language will have an accent to some degree.
2022-06-15 03:13
Portuguese and english
2022-05-25 01:54
Mandarin (Including Chongqing Dialect) English Wanna learn Cantonese
2022-05-25 01:54
6 replies
#566
RpK | 
France HippzZ
How different is Chongqing dialect from normal mandarin ?
2022-05-25 22:51
5 replies
People who live in outside of region cannot understand Chongqing/Sichuan dialect speaker. We have some different pronounciation and tone
2022-05-26 01:30
4 replies
#577
RpK | 
France HippzZ
Ok interesting thx
2022-05-26 02:12
3 replies
Some of pronounciations are same, but we got differnet tone. Our dialect is not that complex compare with South East dialects. Modern Mandarin is also a dialect of one Nothern county. After the establish of PRC, parliament have voted for which dialect will be official Mandarin, Sichuan/Chongqing dialect and Cantonese lost at a slight advantage (2 or 3 votes difference). Official Mandarin today is similar with Beijing dialect. It is very complicated, lol
2022-05-26 02:22
2 replies
#625
RpK | 
France HippzZ
I kinda see, interesting I didn't know that official mandarin is in fact a northern dialect! This kinda happened in France during the 19th century where the central government forced every school to teach "classical" french (which itself comes from a dialect that was spoken around Paris). I know some grandpas whose first language was not french so it isn't that ancient lol. This is why I understand that PRC pushes some regions to learn official Mandarin, it is a bad for a future good I guess
2022-05-26 18:02
1 reply
Our dialects are not completely different from each others, we share the same writting system even before the confirm of our official Mandarin(As I know)
2022-05-27 01:46
Spanish: fluent Guarani: fluent English: b1 portuguese: probably b2
2022-05-25 01:57
5 replies
Damn, really? Native American languages are so fascinating. Do you use Guarani in your daily life, do you speak it at home?
2022-05-25 08:23
1 reply
yes. its almost 100% bilingual, unlike any other Latin american country or any country that I know of. Even foreigners learn guarani phrases easily because how often its used. But speaking just spanish everyone will undesrtand you as well.
2022-05-25 23:43
Mba'etekópiko? I lived some years in PJC and Asuncion
2022-05-25 23:38
1 reply
haupei man, Where are you from?
2022-05-27 12:44
Are you spanish?
2022-06-14 16:01
PT-Hue: native English: fluent Spanish: fluent
2022-05-25 03:31
#454
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Brazil Adegr
PT, ENG, ESP, FRA and some bits of Norwegian/Swedish
2022-05-25 03:34
This is something I hate about being english - there is no real need or way to learn another language. And I'm sure learning english if you are non-native isn't easy but it must help a lot having a lot of english all over the internet. I want to learn another language but have no clue where to start.
2022-05-25 03:40
3 replies
Don’t if you have no need to or don’t have strong passion to a language. A waste of time.
2022-05-25 08:21
Yeah theres no way whatsoever to avoid english in everyday life. Even in the 90s we had cartoon network and MTV tho english pop culture wasnt that widespread over here.
2022-05-25 09:59
The thing here is, you can pretty much use english for everything in life. But are you interested in learning anything else or you don't care either? That's the thing First step, you want Second step, watch some basic videos ( If you don't wanna pay for lessons ) Start with small texts and translating them and start getting word by word, then the same way u learned english in school, you go and learn a new language with different grammar. You have to put a bit more effort since you're doing it by yourself. When you feel like you know a bit. Start watching shows in english with X subtitles ( wwhatever u learning ) If you play a lot of games and you've played the game for years. ( Like for example world of warcraft ) I started with the game in portuguese, went to spanish and ended up having it in english. I went through every stage and since quests and chat are pretty similar, you'll instantly know since you've read it already in your main languagea and you'll be able to translate it. Sorry for wall of text, there are some small tricks to start. If you really want you can lmk!
2022-05-27 19:10
English Some Spanish from high school + university I'm trying to learn Dutch cause of the similarity to English.
2022-05-25 03:52
1 reply
Dutch similar to english?
2022-06-14 16:02
3
2022-05-25 04:06
1 reply
Which are?
2022-06-14 16:08
English Spanish (almost fluent, can write very well but understanding someone talking is difficult for me) java + javascript
2022-05-25 04:09
1 reply
What about php
2022-06-14 16:44
Dutch French intermediate (school) English fluent (self) Spanish and German beginner (duolingo and school respectively)
2022-05-25 04:10
2 replies
What part of belgium do you live?
2022-06-14 16:50
1 reply
east-flanders
2022-06-14 20:41
English Can Communicate in Spanish I want to learn more but unfortunately it's not very beneficial to learn other languages than these 2 in the US
2022-05-25 07:30
2 replies
does it have to be beneficial tho?
2022-05-25 09:32
1 reply
On the long run you gotta make active use of the language you learn. You gotta put yourself in situations where youre required to use that language. You dont learn a language for 10 years cuz of the passion alone, it fades. For example you wont stick with learning japanese if you dont make japanese friends or read japanese books or want to travel to japan or arent interested in jpn media or politics at all etc. So ye it (also) has to be beneficial. There has to be a practical use for it.
2022-05-25 10:16
English American British Australia
2022-05-25 08:22
1 reply
Canadian as well mens?
2022-05-25 19:39
#488
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Honduras iq_abuser
Ukranian Russian Only this 2 languages can be useful in life
2022-05-25 09:34
Japanese English Korean Chinese French German Spanish Russian Latin Arabic Portuguese
2022-05-25 09:34
2 replies
GOOD
2022-05-27 01:48
1 reply
it was a troll brotha!
2022-05-27 09:19
all of them bro google translate and i dont speak in real life
2022-05-25 09:47
Russian is my mother tongue English - around C1, it used to be better. These are the only languages I’m able to both speak and understand.
2022-05-25 09:48
5 replies
nado che to delatb
2022-05-25 10:12
4 replies
C 4eM?
2022-05-25 10:13
3 replies
tipo 2 malo
2022-05-25 10:14
2 replies
Mne bolee chem hvataet, ja probova neskolko drugih jazykov uchit, no motivatsii net kogda tebe realno nahui ne nado eto vse. Ja dumaju v buduschem k nemetskomu i ukrainskomu pritronutsya (ja ego na sluh ponimaju dazhe), potomuchto u menya natural passion k nim kakoje-to est iz-za istorii semji, no v tselom ja slishkom mnogo ne poteryal by dazhe esli by anglijskogo ne znal, eto ne tak kritichno, na russkom dohuische razlichnogo kontenta imeetsya. Ja ponimaju, chto u vas na polskom ne tak mnogo vsego, hotya tozhe populjarnyj jazyk dostatochno.
2022-05-25 10:19
1 reply
yazik naverno popularniy, ya zametil chto vi vse perevodite na pycckij chto ne russkoe eto kak to ubavlyaet motivaciju sng soobshestvy uchitb angliskiy, gde to xorowo a gde to grustno odnovremenno ya schitayu chto pycckij namnogo poleznee polskogo voobshem xot9 ya nikogda v strone sng ne bil)
2022-05-25 10:21
only sweden cause put in sweden
2022-05-25 09:48
Slovenian - native English - school mostly Serbocroatianwhatever - pop culture, family, internet Macedonian - studied it at uni for a year, it was years ago, i suck at it now
2022-05-25 09:50
12 replies
Why yugo flag
2022-05-26 16:05
11 replies
cuz i like the idea and i'm from an exyu country why do you ask?
2022-05-26 16:51
10 replies
Bruv your from Slovenia you are almost 1st world country now
2022-05-26 16:52
5 replies
yes but i dont understand your point
2022-05-26 16:53
4 replies
Your life is good no reason to appreciate a dysfunctional state
2022-05-26 16:56
3 replies
okej brate thanks for the advice
2022-05-26 16:56
2 replies
Nah but fr yall Slovenians lucky af just dodged all the wars and got rich
2022-05-26 17:00
1 reply
correct :D can you blame us? about half of my family is from around zagreb tho
2022-05-26 17:04
Idea was great but executed by tards
2022-06-13 10:05
3 replies
A lot of positive things came out of it despite the tards
2022-06-13 10:39
2 replies
Yes but it could be even better, sadly it wasn't
2022-06-13 11:14
1 reply
For sure, shame
2022-06-13 13:05
#500
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Sweden ZikEiBoY
basically swedish norweigen danish, english somewhat german
2022-05-25 09:59
#501
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Italy PhilD06
4, 3 at school and the other one is my native one
2022-05-25 10:02
2 replies
Which are?
2022-05-28 13:27
1 reply
#674
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Italy PhilD06
one is called ladin which almost no one speaks, just couple of little towns here in my region and also in switzerland, so I speak ladin, italian, german and english
2022-05-28 14:12
polish- kinda native russian- just cuz i love this language english- cuz u have to know it
2022-05-25 10:12
ukrainian - mother tongue moscovian - probaply good english - c1 polish b1-b2 german b1 Also i fully understand belarusian English and German i studied in school,also i study in Uni on English. I live in Poland, so know polish.
2022-05-25 10:22
4 replies
Where did u learn all of that
2022-05-28 13:27
Tongue.. man it just hurts
2022-06-11 23:31
2 replies
Definition. Mother tongue refers to the first language learned at home in childhood and still understood by the person at the time the data was collected. If the person no longer understands the first language learned, the mother tongue is the second language learned.
2022-06-12 13:32
I guess you have issues with idioms
2022-06-12 13:33
#517
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Algeria zzzzzaky
Arabic (learnt in Algeria) French (learnt it while growing up Dutch (I live in Belgium ) English (games/ yt videos) Algerian Berber (mothers side)
2022-05-25 10:47
#518
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Ukraine StyleZzZ
I know ukrainian, russian, english, polish. Formerly spanish
2022-05-25 10:47
#520
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France bjjthibz
Je parle français (native language), I speak english as well (learnt at school, developed by video games, movies, songs etc), Puedo hablar español un poco (learnt at school, i liked it), Posso falar um pequeno português (currently learning with Duolingo). I've been learning portuguese for 90+ days in a row now, to know some stuff to say this summer on vacation and it looks like spanish for many words, which is cool for me.
2022-05-25 11:29
2 replies
You learning portuguese is giving my hope about french people. Because most of french people that come to my country, are very rude towards people that aren't good at french. When they put 0 effort into english themselves.
2022-05-28 07:26
1 reply
#699
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France bjjthibz
=> Nao sou bom em portugues, mas eu tento de conhecer palavras e frases
2022-05-28 20:56
#524
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Lithuania BinG250
Lithuanian (native) English (main learn in school as foreign language, later more by myself when work in UK) Russian (average, basics learn in school and later more by myself) German (know basics, learn by myself when work in Germany) Also now learning basics of Italian, just because very nice language. :)
2022-05-25 11:39
english russian mordovian
2022-05-25 11:40
Danish - mother tongue Swedish and norwegian - I guess it kinda falls into the category of danish, since i only understand these two languages because they're similar to my mother tongue. But it's way easier to understand written norwegian and spoken swedish. (i can't speak any of them, only understand 90% of what they say) English - fluently. Had english classes since i was 10 to age 18. Furthermore, having had a computer since i was like 8 sure helped a lot. Especially since i played runescape and other games in english. Also it's obviously impossible to navigate the internet without being exposed to english constantly, which means it's easy and almost inevitable to become fluent in english. French - had french courses for 3 years in high school and really liked the subject, so i even studied french a bit more after high school. Don't speak it fluently but my level of understanding is higher than the level i speak at. So if i'm listening to someone, i might be able to understand but not respond coherently. I'm able to hold a normal conversation without issues if it's going at a decent pase and we're not talking about something complicated where my vocabulary can't follow. German - had german courses for 3 years in what i guess would be called primary school (age ~13-16). I wasn't very good at german at this time, since languages didn't interest me much and my teacher was awful. Although i've become better in the recent years as i have a few german friends that i play with. Same as french, i understand most spoken and written german, but contrary to french, i'm not very good at speaking german.
2022-05-25 11:46
1 reply
#542
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Poland Kobel_
I think it's the ususal thing that with a language you're not that familiar with you start to understand it sooner than you're able to speak in it. The brain probably picks out the vocab you've learned on the run when you hear/read it, but when you talk you need to "manually" invoke it from your memory.
2022-05-25 13:02
All of them
2022-05-25 12:12
1 reply
Chad
2022-05-27 21:13
Macedonian English Some ruski
2022-05-25 12:16
2 replies
You mention some russian but not some serbian or bulgarian wat
2022-05-26 10:33
1 reply
oh shit i forgor, yeah i know serbian but not bulgarian lol, its tough for me
2022-05-26 11:57
Faroese Danish, norwegian, swe all same shit English Pretty good in Icelandic I am conversational in german
2022-05-25 12:44
Finnish and Swedish natively English through school took one course of German and well... Russian through CSGO LMAO
2022-05-25 12:48
4 replies
How finish and swedish native? RUSSIAN, we all konw the swear words atleast
2022-05-27 22:07
3 replies
im finlandswedish so basically i speak both natively
2022-05-27 22:55
2 replies
how many yachts do you own?
2022-06-12 22:12
1 reply
LMAO
2022-06-12 23:31
#540
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Poland Kobel_
Polish - native English - fluent German - A2 level I suppose, B1 when it comes to reading comprehension but when I have to talk there's an issue, still learning tho I can also read cyrillic (I was bored one Summer and learned it in a few days lol, it's pretty easy tbh) and by knowing Polish it's sometimes enough to make something out of Russian/Ukrainian and some other East Slavic languages - but it depends on the vocabulary used.
2022-05-25 12:58
english/russian
2022-05-25 16:55
#548
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India _Nexius
English, Hindi, French, Bengali.
2022-05-25 16:55
Portuguese, Spanish and English
2022-05-25 19:15
2,5 languages fluent Estonian and English, bad german
2022-05-25 19:20
#563
RpK | 
France HippzZ
French English fluent Basic (bad) German Learning Russian
2022-05-25 22:43
1 and i use translator for English.
2022-05-25 22:44
2 replies
Nah, i don't believe you use translator for english. Your sentences are very well written and google translator is awful at making good sentences.
2022-05-27 21:14
1 reply
I do
2022-05-28 13:57
Spanish, English, and a little bit of Portuguese. Also, people saying Catalan and Spanish are the same are so damn wrong haha
2022-05-25 22:45
English, Spanish, and learning Italian
2022-05-25 23:47
Kabyle, Arabic, French, English and learning Spanish
2022-05-26 01:34
Arabic/English/French all 3 fluently
2022-05-26 02:16
#583
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India Drakkan
Russian French English Hindi
2022-05-26 07:59
Telugu - parents Hindi - country English - movies Tamil - relatives Assamnese - college a little portuguese (still long way to go) edit: my Telugu, Hindi, Tamil might sound about the same with english mixed everywhere lol
2022-05-26 08:06
1 reply
O-o
2022-05-26 14:46
Polish English Spanish and litle bit Russian
2022-05-26 11:59
5 replies
Where did u learn spanish
2022-05-27 23:04
4 replies
after school
2022-05-27 23:16
3 replies
I mean, like, how exactly? Internet? Private lessons?
2022-05-27 23:18
2 replies
only in internet
2022-05-27 23:20
1 reply
and in theory I have in school spanish but teacher sucks
2022-05-27 23:20
#593
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Portugal Jozuh
English, Portuguese and understand spanish ( because you know its very similar to portuguese). Portuguese: native language. English : school, but mostly, watching movies and csgo communication.
2022-05-26 12:26
1 reply
n1 buddy
2022-05-27 23:03
Dutch and English fluently. Still know a bit of German aswell but not nearly as well as it used to be. English started early with movies, games and books. German only through school and a weekend job.
2022-05-26 13:19
#600
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Ukraine maksum139
Ukrainian, English, Danish, Russian, German
2022-05-26 13:28
English (live in canada), ukrainian (parents from there), french (canada school), russian kinda i can understandbut not really speak (listening to parents)
2022-05-26 14:38
#603
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Russia mcs#
Russian English A little bit of finnish And I guess it's okay to say - ukrainian (easy understanding + I can even talk a little bit, obv really similar to my native russian language so it's not a big deal)
2022-05-26 14:44
#605
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China Manchu
Chinese and English.
2022-05-26 14:49
#611
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Brazil pcR
porch of geese and english some spanish, but i can't say i know it
2022-05-26 16:17
Only English but learning French
2022-05-26 16:48
2 replies
#646
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Turkey BlackOwL
its already enough
2022-05-27 19:23
1 reply
It's not!
2022-05-28 13:36
English, Lithuanian and kinda Russian (still learning in school)
2022-05-26 16:54
Czech (not gonna count slovak cuz it's almost the same language) English Russian Serbian a bit but I understand most of it (not gonna count Bosnian, Croatian, etc)
2022-05-26 16:59
london
2022-05-26 18:06
#630
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United States 1Kevin
2
2022-05-27 01:51
#632
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Australia flashi
la molto bagno
2022-05-27 02:11
1 reply
Gratzi!
2022-05-28 13:36
#635
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Russia mshkoda
Ruskij English (school+university) un pocito Espanol (trabajaba en agencia immobilaria durante dos anos y aprendia en la oficina)
2022-05-27 12:48
Polish and English and Slava Ukraine
2022-05-27 17:06
basically english japanese french spanish i'm fluent in two out of 4 of these languages and i'd say i'm decent in both japanese and spanish
2022-05-27 19:14
3 school
2022-05-27 19:15
2
2022-05-27 19:29
#648
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Sweden pawn73
swedish 10/10 english 9/10 spanish 10/10 finnish 8/10 german 10/10 polish 7/10 mandarin 10/10 arabic
2022-05-27 19:40
7 replies
Wait, how old are you? I hope you're not baiting, that's amazing
2022-05-28 13:37
5 replies
#684
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Sweden pawn73
20, im best player duolingo and babbel no joke.
2022-05-28 15:58
4 replies
That just made it hard to believe ;)
2022-05-28 17:56
3 replies
#690
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Sweden pawn73
started when i was 13 lol my father speaks more languages than me
2022-05-28 18:22
2 replies
I will believe now, because your father speaks more languages than you!
2022-05-28 18:23
1 reply
#692
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Sweden pawn73
obrigadooo
2022-05-28 18:25
Mandarin lol no way
2022-06-12 13:45
Hindi English Telugu German
2022-05-27 20:42
1 reply
Telegu? ☝️ haram!
2022-05-28 13:37
only Spanish, but I can understand a little Italian, Portuguese, without having learned it, if you relate some words you can understand some of those languages, not completely but you can understand some things I think portugueses, brasilians, italians can understand spanish in the same way
2022-05-27 21:22
#654
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United States Phanji
i tried taking spanish class in school, covid dragged classes into online school when i was going through the second course so i now dont know most of what i learned. i cant duolingo for spanish or japanese either, i hate it.my english isnt even that good either for literally speaking it since birth.
2022-05-27 21:27
Mandarin English I want to learn more Russian
2022-05-27 23:25
like 6
2022-05-27 23:26
6 replies
All of them fluent? xD
2022-06-01 20:03
5 replies
yes.
2022-06-02 09:52
4 replies
And which languages then?
2022-06-02 12:35
3 replies
Good question
2022-06-02 17:15
2 replies
So you were lying :p
2022-06-02 18:06
1 reply
thats rude
2022-06-02 21:42
3
2022-05-28 14:14
#678
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Sweden O7D
Swedish - Native English - Fluent - 10 years of International schools Spanish - Intermediate - Lived in Spain + school Portuguese - Beginner - PT friends + similar to Spanish Mandarin - Intermediate - School (but I managed to forget literally everything in just 4 years)
2022-05-28 14:57
Finnish native English full professional proficiency Swedish pretty bad but serviceable Spanish very basic
2022-05-28 14:58
Greek, English, French, Russian(not very good can make a few sentences but that's about it) Learned Greek since I was born (mother tongue), English because yes, french on school used it on work with a few french clients went smoothly, russian from gf
2022-05-28 15:01
1 reply
Insane
2022-06-14 15:05
#682
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Aruba defoliant
does language of sex count?
2022-05-28 15:03
2 replies
I mean, depends with you you're using it :p
2022-06-11 19:44
1 reply
#787
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Aruba defoliant
no doubt
2022-06-11 22:38
#688
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United States zovint
English and……. that’s it maybe American ?
2022-05-28 17:57
1 reply
Nice! xd
2022-05-28 18:33
#693
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Serbia CoVRa
0
2022-05-28 18:32
1 reply
Nice!
2022-05-28 21:55
Filipino and English (way more fluent in Eng)
2022-05-28 18:35
Only English but I'm learning Korean
2022-05-28 19:27
English, Hindi, Gujarati — 100% Fluency Spanish from Middle School that I forgot 95% of. Also, I can read Hangul cause someone said it was very easy. And I memorised it in 1 day lmao
2022-05-29 17:25
#708
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Russia Lovely_VI
Russian English Yakut . I dont know how but for me now little bit hard to talk in russian cuz i confuse places with words. I mean i say "this key me give" (in russian) because in Yakutian its correct "iti kuluusu miehe bier" iti - thus kuluusu - key Miehe - me bier - give And most importantly, Yakut is my third language. Unlike the indigenous population where I live, I never spoke or heard this language. I'm just studying for the second year because it suddenly became interesting :D
2022-06-02 10:07
English and Filipino. But I'm way better with English. Can't read a single Filipino paragraph without consulting a dictionary or a translator. God I remember when I read Noli and El Fili. it was a torture going through every single page. Spent more time searching the words than actually understanding them.
2022-06-03 16:52
Know or speak? Cause one answer is many and other is 4
2022-06-03 16:53
5 replies
#717
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Russia P0vTr
monkaHmm title monkaHmm
2022-06-03 16:56
1 reply