Location: STEVEN of the House Baratheon, First of His Name, King of the Andals and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms and Protector of the Realm.
Re: How many languages do you speak?
Originally Posted by TomasThunder619
No surprise here. All the languages you speak are spoken in the country you live.
Almost each and every state has a language of its own over here and it's not necessary that each and every Indian knows all those languages. A person from the south part isn't familiar with northern part languages like Punjabi and vice versa. So not all of them over here know all the languages or anything like that. Some of them do, some don't. Just saying because I did put a lot of efforts in learning 3 of those 7 languages I know. Plus, I already mentioned in the first sentence of that post that people over here do speak a lot of languages.
Last edited by STEVEN BARATHEON : 09-09-2012 at 07:02 AM.
German (semi-fluent; studied at school/uni and can hold a conversation but listening/vocab aren't perfect; reading is decent though I often need a dictionary for vocab)
Spanish (basic; 2 semesters at uni)
Japanese (bit better than basic; lived there for 1.5 years and can talk about basic things, ask for directions etc)
Latin (studied at school; might not count since NOBODY speaks it (apart from 1 remote village in Switzerland afaik))
Only fluent in two (English and French). I've tried to learn more but have come to realize languages aren't my thing. Too many grammatical rules to remember, though I am trying (again) to learn Mandarin. I can read Latin, for whatever that's worth.
(I'm a complete language failure. Back in middle school, my teacher encouraged everyone in her class to practice new languages by communicating with kids from other countries. She suggested we try Spanish first, since she was under the impression that anyone who can speak French can pick up Spanish easily. I proved her wrong. I still can't understand a word of it.)
Arabic(I speak the original Arabic and I speak more than three accents in Arabic,original Arabic is the hardest language,especially in it's literature side,even among Arabs,not a lot of people speak the original Arabic fluently.)
English (I learned English when I was 10,)
Japanese (Stuck in the hiragana,but I'm at the Y section,only 8 letters left )
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