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  • The only languages I'm fluent in are English and Profanity. I speak a little French, some Hindi, and very limited Spanish.
  • I speak Spanish and English. Eventually I'll get a few more in there!
  • I'm learning Indonesian. I bought a learn Spanish disk but it won't load onto my computer.
  • I can 'speak' BSL (british sign language), and I can count to ten in 6 languages
  • English is actually my second language. Spanish was my first language.
  • French...kinda, sorta, a bit...comment-allez vous aujourd'hui, mon ami? Je m'appelle Rosemarie..je suis heureuse de faire votre connaissance! La plume et sur le table. :)
  • Yes English and I'm learning a third one Italian.
  • I'm in the process of learning Hindi and Spanish, so either could be my second language.
  • Here I do all the time : )
  • Yes, I speak German as well as English. I also know latin but have little to no occasion to use it.
  • nope I speak english only. I know a little spanish and some italian but not enough of either to carry on a full conversation. I got the spanish from my beloved sweetheart and the Italian from my poaternal grandparents who immigrated here to the U.S. from Naples back in the 1920's
  • Gobble-de-gook!
  • I speak Cantonese (which is my second language) and Japanese (third language). I used to learn Italian at school, and I'm currently learning Latin at achool and for the next two years I'll be learning German as well. I also speak Gibberish! :)
  • Sort of, but not really. I should be fluent in spanish but I'm not. I do know enough to have a semi-sensical convo with someone! Ooooh, and Pig-Latin! I'm really good with that!
  • I can Speak a little Spanish and a bit more Japanese. English was my first language.
  • English is my second language. Spanish is my first. I started speaking English when I was 22 years old. I am 50 at this moment.
  • mandarin..haltingly
  • I can speak spanish fluently.
  • No, but I sure wish I did. I took 3 years of French in high school which was a waste of time - I don't remember any of it and even if I did I have no idea when I'd ever use it. :o(
  • just pig latin. I don't think that qualifies. I can speak very little spanish, but don't understand a lick of it.
  • Yes, English is my first language and Spanish is my second language. I speak some French too, but don't consider myself fluent.
  • I speak Spanish
  • I speak the tongue of animals.
  • Just learning how to speak this Answerbag language -- Like ' aim ' ? --- lol
  • Hablo español (spanish)
  • I only wish!
  • I speak a fair bit of Cantonese. I'm English BTW
  • Yes ... English is my second language ... French is my sixth language ... those are the two I use the most and the two I am most fluent in.
  • yes. native spanish. second language english. also learning italian, can already read and understand. and learning phrases in czech and german.
  • Yes. In order I learned them: Norwegian English Yuroba
  • English is my first language. I speak and read Spanish pretty well, but still have things to learn. As a child i was exposed to French and German in which i can communicate, but not fluently. I can read Dutch, Yiddish and Afrikaans with difficulty, mainly because they are related to German. The same is true for Italian and Portuguese because they are related to French and Spanish. Knowing more than 2 languages is great but not all that amazing, especially if the next languages are related to one you know already. With a bit of study and practice, you can get along in many languages, even if you are not fluent. If you only speak one language, i strongly urge you to learn another, even if you are older or feel you are of limited ability. This will open doors for you and improve your use of your native language. Basic English vocabulary is closely related to German and Dutch and also to Norwegian, Swedish and Danish. Adult, or educated, English vocabulary is related to Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese. If you have a very good English vocab, you already know thousands of words in these other languages; they are simply disguised a little. (I'm on my soapbox here.) You can actually learn enough of all these languages to express yourself simply and to have at least an idea of what you see on foreign signs or other writings. I'm an American of only slightly above average intelligence, without a college education, who has never left North America and barely travelled outside the USA. If i can pick up this much language, almost anyone can learn at least something of a second or even a third and fourth one. OK, that's my sermon for the day. Thanks for reading
  • I would consider German as my second language. My first, native language is French.
  • In addition to my first language, English, I can speak reasonably fluent Spanish and passable French. In fact, I'll be spending nine months studying in Spain next year so I should be fluent by the time I leave. I'm probably more familiar with the dead Latin and Classical Greek languages than the living ones that I could actually be using. Shame.
  • I speak English, Armenian, Arabic and Turkish very fluently. I understand and speak a bit of French too. My aim now is to learn Russian. I know around 50 words in Russian but I'd like to master it
  • Actually, English happens to be my second language. Arabic is my first. إنتم لا تفهمون كتابتي ههههه
  • English is my second language. I am a native German. I also speak a bit of Dutch, Swedish, and French. And I studied Latin and Italian at school.
  • I speak a little French, Dutch, Polish and Lithuanian. I need someone to talk to though to develop these
  • Yes, I speak French, Spanish ( as native) Italian, and English
  • English is my second language, the first is Dutch. There are too few people in the world who speak the latter well enough so it's necessary for us to speak another language to communicate with the rest of the world.
  • Por su puesto ;3 Spanish is my second French is my third and im currently learning Chinese
  • 2nd - Hindi 3rd - Fijian 4th - Nepali
  • parlo italiano,i speak italian. e per me è la lingua più bella e più utile. non mi piace nessun'altra lingua. i also speak english and french, because french is very similar to my native italian.
  • english and an ok amount of russian.
  • Bahasa, French, English
  • English is my second language,,
  • My mother tongue is Spanish. English is my second language. I also speak some Portuguese and a bit of French.
  • Dutch, German, Spanish and French, plus some Italian and a bit of Japanese

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