Whaat? How else could I possibly translate from Chn-> English...Quote:
Indonesian is my country language. Javanese is my mother language although I'm not good on it.
I understand English and Japanese but often make grammatical mistakes.
Can read/write Arabic words (not fluent) but do not understand the meaning.
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- Romanian- native
- English- proficient
- Dutch- fluent
- Spanish - advanced
- Japanese- just a few phrases and some basic vocabulary
- Sarcasm - good
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I'm half-Portuguese and half-Scottish so my native languages would be English and Portuguese. I can also read in French and Spanish, though I have trouble using both languages in conversations.
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My mother language it's portuguese, but, since the two languages really look like, I can understand some spanish too.
I also know english and a few words in japanese.
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Tried to learn German Lately but the only I can say is count from 1 to 1000000, Good Morning/evening/night and the first thing you learn about a new language (You know what I'm taking about )
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English (passable), I can read and listening with no problem, but speaking and writing is kind of hard... it's mostly because I never did an english course
Spanish - It looks like portuguese in some ways, so a can understand some of it, but I can't speak shit.
I'm thinking about having some french or german class, also it'll be important to polish my english(I want to try a student exchange program with my university)
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Still merely a bilingual with Spanish being my first language and English my second... I am fluent with English although I do have a bit of a Latino accent. I was planning on starting italian or german this month but I never quite got to it.... Maybe I am just lazy lol
Come to this thread...
Darija is the Moroccan Arabic dialect.It's very different from Standard Arabic.Some even count it as language, not just a dialect.
Some basics in Spanish, Italian, German, Japanese, Korean.
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Cantonese and English are fluent. I've taken lessons in Japanese, courses in French, Korean and Latin as well. Who speaks Latin nowadays, I have no idea. Maybe one day I will end up going to the Vatican City and trying it out there -shrug- As for Korean, I've learned the basic alphabet and grammar structure so I can create simple sentences.
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Let's see :
1. Indonesian - Native
2. English - Fluent
3. Japanese - Fluent (but not with handwriting, my Japanese Kanji handwriting sucks)
4. German - Fluent
5. French - Basic phrases. Still struggling with the accent
6. Spanish - same with French
7. Arab - writing and reading, should expand my vocab.
Also I could speak several local Indonesian languages ( Javanese, Sundanese and West Sumatera-nese )
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Currently learning German. My pronunciation has vastly improved, though there are still some sounds that I have difficulty in pronouncing.
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