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Korean: super basic
German: was once advanced, now am super super basic. haha
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French:advanced/learning/basic right now
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english and french
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my native language is uzbek, and also I fluently speak in kazakh, russian and just a little bit in english
spanish..just the basics
japanese..i don't speak it but i want to .
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Chinese: supposed to be native, I spoke it when I was a child before I even learned Indonesian, but I lost the ability as I grew up. Now I can only understand when it is spoken, but I cannot speak it. I have never been able to read though. I can only read few characters.
Japanese: basic (used to be intermediate, but due to lack of practice... *shrug*)
Italian and French: super basic because I'm still learning
and some local languages native to Indonesia, like Javanese and only in intermediate level.
Well I'm German so I can speak german and I can read and understand Polish. I also can speak english and a little bit french, and now i'm studying Japanese
French : Native
English : Fluent (maybe ? it's not like I'm living in Ireland since september plus all the time spent online...)
German : I was really good, yeah, was, haven't spoken in a while, but I can still understand it, speaking would surey be a pain... (allows me to survive in Dutch speaking places)
Spanish and Italian : I can understand it, I have never learned these languages but being from Baguetteland helps a lot (I can understand half of a 4 hour conference in Spanish with just a little headache and a massive want for sangria)
Swedish and Danish : I can say "Cheers", "Sausage" and "Chop the Onions", does that still count ?
Finnish : PERKELE ! (okay I only know one word)
Japanese : never learned it but thanks to anime I have sort of an instinct, like "Hey, I don't think they actually say that [checks it] Yup I was right... For once." let's say some notions
That's pretty sad, I can only speak two languages... the rest is just understanding and guessing...
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English: advanced. I obtained a B2 in my local School of Languages. Ofc, a B2 it's not an advanced level according to the CEFR, but my school insisted that their B2 level was an intermidiate level between B2 and C1, so the could call it "advanced"... and now I'm preparing the IELTS exam for obtaining a real C1 level. Wish me luck!
French: advanced. The same case like above. But I studied for a year in France thanks to an Erasmus student exchange programme.
Portuguese and Italian: I can read them and undestand them when they're spoken, but I'm very basic once I have to speak in these languages.
Japanese: I can recognize some kanjis and katakana, but only a few words and expressions while watching anime in OV.
Oh, well, I suppose I could add to my list the dialect form my region, the Asturian. It's a Romance language originated during the evolution of the Spanish language. Ofc, there's a debate about if it can be considered a language or a dialect.
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Mandarin- I attended elementary school at China. But I think I'm not as good as I used to be at due to lack of practice.
French-I've been studying French for last couple of years. But still I'm not really good at it.
I also know some Shanghainese.(Local language of Shanghai.)
I understand some German words too.
I'm a genius.
- Filipino: Tagalog (Native)
- English (Secondary)
- Japanese/Niponggo/Nihonggo (Learning)
I want to learn so many language but I don't have enough time with acads consuming most of my waking hours ><
I hope I can get around to achieve proficiency on them someday though.
I'm surprised I never posted here. Anyway...
English: Intermediate/Advanced (I'd say Intermediate, but I never know if I'm being modest)
Japanese: Super Basic (mostly through observation, I'm learning it seriously now)
Programming languages are languages as well.