Share your language!!!

cebuano language - visaya ako
@bimflux (294)
Philippines
June 11, 2007 11:31pm CST
I'm from Philippines which i used three language.. English, Tagalog(Philippine national Language), and Bisaya(Philippines)... I'll share to you the bisaya one that we used here in our place.... Listen:, i mean, read this one if you have ever encountered this words..."Kung ikaw gutumon, ayaw og kalimti ang pagkaon kay ang lawas mo basin mapasmo..Ang kabusog maoy depensa, simbako mabuang Kusgan"lol!here's the translation:If your hungry then dont forget to eat because your health will be weak..Eating is the defense if ever you'll go crazy your strong...lol So anyone here who has different language?
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@Ashgun (472)
12 Jun 07
I am from mauritius and i speak english, french, creole and hindi! That makes a total of 4! I share with you the creole one! Si to gagne faim be pa blier to manzer parski to la santer pu faible... which means:If your hungry then dont forget to eat because your health will be weak..
@bimflux (294)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
hahaha=)....wow! thanks for the response...
@bimflux (294)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
How about the word "i love you" what's that in creole?
@emckee (465)
• United States
12 Jun 07
I speak English as I was born and raised in America. I did, however take four years of Spanish in High school, stressing different dialects. I thought I had forgotten how to speak Spanish until I worked at a warehouse in a primarily Spanish speaking neighborhood. I was excited to have everything come back to me! It makes me want to go back or travel and study it some more!
@emckee (465)
• United States
12 Jun 07
PS I am intrigued by the language of Norway! I have a friend from there teaching me the language more.
@butterfly39 (3907)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
Bisaya tingali ka no? Hahaha daghan na diay ta diri sa mylot. I can speak English, Tagalog, Ilonggo, Ilokano, ug Bisaya. Okey ngarud!
@bimflux (294)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
hahaha! yup bisaya jud kong dako...nice to know you here...tay jud ning mylot oi...
@b_gryl (420)
• Philippines
28 Jun 07
I'm also from Philippines and the languages i know are English and Tagalog. We have a blood of waray but i don't know how to speak that language. I can't even understand it. I tried learning waray or bisaya before but now i forgot all of the words i learned. For me, native languanges are really hard to learn, especially if you don't live in that place.
@helenying (120)
• China
13 Jun 07
For me, I can speak Chinese and English. In China, there are many kinds of dialects. Of course, I can say my own dialect.
@WC1989 (597)
• United States
12 Jun 07
I live in the US but my family's Portuguese and I was raised in France. Therefore, I speak English, French ,and Portuguese (in that order of fluency English being the highest).
• United States
12 Jun 07
I speak english and vietnamese fluently. I study French in high school. My french is not so good, that's why I listen to French songs alot and made a couple of french friends in myspace to practice my french. Maybe one day I can go to France.
@alpine_007 (1476)
• Pakistan
12 Jun 07
i am from Pakistan and i can speak Urdu, English, and Hindi( but only speak, i can't read hindi niether can write it, i can just understand and speak it because it is pretty much similar to urdu).
@msvenzon (424)
• Philippines
12 Jun 07
I'm from Angeles city, Pampanga. I speak Pampango or Kapampangan. The famous word or phrase from our place is "Mekeni, mangan tamu" which means "Come here, let's eat!". Thank you for sharing your language.
@nomzee (80)
12 Jun 07
yaa...i am from india i can speak english , hindi(national language), urdu(motherr tongue) telgu(regional language),arabic there r alot of words....wen i talk in a language i am not perfect in like telgu or arabic...i just mix up d words from different languages...lols