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Norwegian, English, some Spanish (Had it for two years in school), a bit of French and a tiny little bit of Italian. Though Chinese and Russian is something that I want to learn, at some point :)

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German with those incredibly long words ("Kugelschreiber" = "pen" / "Süßigkeiten" = "candies"!)

Heh. The longest attested word in the German language is "Donaudampfschiffahrtsgesellschaftskapitän" (meaning: Captain in employment of the Danube steam ship company). And the fun thing is, you can add more words to make it even longer and still be grammatically correct.:P

So, yeah, I speak German (native) and English. I had a bit of Spanish in school, and I had Latin, so I have a fairly good approach to languages like Italian, Spanish etc. who are Latin derivatives. Same is true for Ancient Greek in relation to Modern Greek. I really speak just German and English, though.

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I've been trying to learn French, but there is a lot involved in it. e.g. "ou" (or) v.s. "où" (where). Why does one accent make a different word? *sigh*

Même les français se trompent régulièrement là-dessus :D(et soupirent par la même occasion).

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Même les français se trompent régulièrement là-dessus :D(et soupirent par la même occasion).

Certains ne savent même pas la différence... Dès fois je désespère car les bases du Français ne sont même plus connues!

Au fait, comme vous l'aurez remarqué, un Français de plus! :D

Je parle un peu Anglais (mais pas très bien: Bi-cause aïe s'pique véri goude inegliche! M'ail dear), j'ai fais aussi un peu d'Allemand, et du Latin, mais je dois avouer que je suis un peu rouillé!

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Sum discens lingua latinae. = I am learning the Latin language.

It enables me to comprehend its derivatives to some extent (especially Italian and Spanish).

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I wouldn't say I'm fluent (I took just over two years), but I know Arabic. I can read biblical Hebrew and Aramaic decently, but that's ancient language. I know some Greek, French, and Spanish too, but I'm far from an expert.

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Soy Americano, pero yo hablo un poco de espanol y mucho ingles :) Mi hermano habla mucho espanol tambien.

-What i couldn't say in Spanish: I speak English, with a good amount of Spanish under my belt as well. However, i have a brother who is fluent, and speaks an accent most Mexicans love to hear :3 so i have both languages available.

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Io sono mono lingua(italiano) però uso il traduttore per l'inglese

I am single language (Italian) but use a translator for English

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English and Spanish fluently and a little bit of Arabic, Latin, and Ancient Greek. I'm trying to teach myself Ancient Egyptian-- If anybody speaks that I'd like some help maybe!

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We have people from many countries in this forum, just don't know if they are willing to help you out! Anyways, if you are going to learn a romantic language...

Romance-procents.png

This is the percentage of speakers over the total of 690 million romantic speakers...

I'm in 1%=Catalan!!!!

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void OnGUI() {

if (GUI.Button(new Rect 10,10,150,100),"I speak")) {

print ("cSharp :P!");

}

You forgot the opening parentheses for the rect dimensions :P

Out of curiosity, would you happen to use Unity3D?

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