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Can you speak any languages other than English? Fluently?
As for me, I took three years of Spanish in middle school (mandatorily) and passed, although I have a feeling that there was something wrong with the teaching system there because, well, I still can't speak Spanish.
What languages can Newgrounds speak?
no cheating with google translate fucker
At 1/28/13 07:49 PM, T3XT wrote: Can you speak any languages other than English? Fluently?no cheating with google translate
Google translator + fluent.
I started learning Norwegian but just....stopped.
So no, I can't speak any other languages fluently.
Yeah public foreign language education here is complete horseshit
I took four years of Latin in high school but I don't remember a damn word. Besides that nothing.
Just a chick with a dick.
At 1/28/13 07:53 PM, DickChick wrote: Yeah public foreign language education here is complete horseshit
It was actually a private school.
I've been in the Spanish program since the 1st grade, yet I can't get the verbs right :(
That Scout is a Soldier!
At 1/28/13 07:55 PM, T3XT wrote: It was actually a private school.
My worldview has been shattered
Just a chick with a dick.
I can barely speak English
I have over 5 years of Spanish class experience, but that was all bullshit. I learned more on my own than those classes. My Spanish teacher for the last 2 years of the 5 talked mostly about what she did on the weekend and how the menstrual cycle worked since she was going through menopause. I still don't understand that anyway. I can read it fairy well, I'd say I understand~80% of the text. I can understand about the same amount too. Writing and speaking are pretty weak now.
I've been studying Japanese now more than anything. I've got the kana and ~800 kanji down. I have a Japanese class now that taught me a ton of grammar. I can speak and write basic sentences, but like Spanish I can understand and read better than the output aspects.
Spanish is pretty much on a hold right now until the sumer when I have more time, I gotta focus on classes
English is my second language.
(הֲבֵל הֲבָלִים אָמַר קֹהֶלֶת, הֲבֵל הֲבָלִים הַכֹּל הָבֶל. דּוֹר הֹלֵךְ וְדוֹר בָּא, וְהָאָרֶץ לְעוֹלָם עֹמָדֶת. (קהלת א ג, ה
At 1/28/13 07:49 PM, T3XT wrote: Can you speak any languages other than English? Fluently?
I can speak acceptable Chinese and Dutch but I have problems with describing what I want to say, but that's also the case when I speak English.
I could speak like a native Beijing person if I tried, but I don't want to be totally Chinese. As for Dutch, I don't need effort to speak like one, since my accent is somewhat European, but sometimes I make grammar mistakes (because I barely speak Dutch to people except my parents).
I speak no second language. Italian was a subject in school though but you learn shit all and I dropped it anyway
Well since my first language is Swedish, English is the second language I can speak (almost) fluently.
Oförstående Svensk Rappakalja
Norwegian first, English second.
I often find myself in situations where I'd have an easier time expressing myself in English though.
english is my second language, and mandarin (putonghua) is my third.
i usually have no difficulty understanding spoken putonghua if it is spoken properly, but i won't say i am fluent in mandarin. sometimes i have to pause to recall the correct wordings and pronouciations. you may think that it is easy for cantonese people to learn to speak putonghua, but that is not the case for me.
Yeah, I make no sense.
Finnish since I was born in Finland, I'm not a fan of the language though, it sounds pretty retarded. I've been studying Japanese for a while now and I'm good enough at it to understand almost any Japanese text, but there's still a lot to learn because Japanese has so much vocabulary, and reading names is a whole challenge of its own. I spend almost all my free time studying it though so I'm hoping that this year I'd be able to speak it fluently.
Dutch because it's my native language.
I've had French, German and Latin in high school too. I was terrible at Latin though so I dropped that course after one year. As for French and German, I would be lying if I said I "speak" those languages. I can understand bits and pieces of them and speak them very clunkily. It was only expected of us that we would be able to read and understand French and German texts, but I think it would've much more useful if we were allowed to drop one and focus more on the other.
I can speak and write fluent English, and I've got ample ability in American English.
And I ain't trash-talkin' either!
It's not news at this point, but I've taken a few years of German. I wouldn't call myself fluent, though. If i'm ever in a restaurant where all the waiters speak German then i'm set for that shit, but I think in an actual conversation i'd be kinda screwed.
I know two foreign languages,English and German. I can't speak German very fluently,but I can communicate with others just fine.
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