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    101 Dalmations Member Midori-Midori's Avatar
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    I speak English, Nepali and a dialect of it fluently. I can understand Hindi pretty fluently but when it comes to speaking I start stuttering and it's weird. I used to practise Japanese for a while too, but now I don't really have time or anyone to talk to in Japanese. I learned basic French till Grade 9, then I didn't like it so much anymore. And I'm planning on picking up Spanish again next semester. And pig latin if that counts.
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    Just English. v///v I used to practice Japanese, but I haven't in several years.
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    hablo castellano muy bueno paella

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    Devilish Member Slurpee's Avatar
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    It seems like a lot of us wanted to learn Japanese but it's hard to stick with. Sadly I'm in the same boat.
    However, I can speak Creole, English, French. Creole is like English and French had a confused European child who went screaming through the street. And the writing is exactly as it sounds. And don't get me started on FRENCH CREOLE. Every time my brains hears that it starts to just get.. confused. I just can't.
    I know a little bit of African village words... but they're all bad words.

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    Super Senior Member Delphinus's Avatar
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    English, Twi, Sanskrit, andZ̷̜͇͔̹̯̤͉̳͑́ͧ͆͋̈́͋͋͠ͅa͎̻̲͚̳͖̭ͧ̀̅ͧ͛ͭ͌̍̆̆ͥͮ̽́̍̌̓̕͢ ̭̰͓ļ̷̭̰̺͕͙̜̝̫ͥ̊́͑̿ͣ̈́̚̕͜͞g̴̹̭͎͕͎̫̓ͦͫ̈́̉ͥ͛̉̐̉͊ͤͤ̾̍ͮ͘ ͔̟͇̺̺͕̰͍̯̜o̢͚͇̲̖̟̰̠͎͖ͭ̒̍ͬ

    But seriously, just English. Working on Spanish and German tho
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    My manager is from India, and she thinks it's absolutely bizarre that every last one of us in the office can only speak English. She says it seems to be "an American thing," but is it common in the UK too?
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    It's equally common in the UK, which is weird because Europe is right next door to us. But also we hate those dirty European bastards.

    Also all foreigners should learn to bloody speak English. What are they, stupid or something?
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    Super Senior Member Celestial-Fox's Avatar
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    That sucks! I feel snubbed of an opportunity, haha.

    I'm interested in learning Spanish. A lot of people are cranky and prejudiced, but it's a nice-sounding language to me. It also helps that it's relatively easy to learn for English speakers.
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    I speak English, Dutch, Frisian and very broken German.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delphinus View Post
    It's equally common in the UK, which is weird because Europe is right next door to us. But also we hate those dirty European bastards.

    Also all foreigners should learn to bloody speak English. What are they, stupid or something?
    Why is it that people from the UK so often deny being European themselves.

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