how many languages do you speak?

Northern Mariana Islands
July 29, 2007 7:22am CST
write it down..
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8 responses
@jogie_bien (1103)
• Philippines
29 Jul 07
i can speak tagalog, english,french, chinese.
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@Shareaza (315)
• Sweden
29 Jul 07
Hey there! I speak fluent English, Swedish and Norwegian (I've lived in all three), but i also study French and German. Communication is the key ^^
• China
29 Jul 07
Chinese and English,etc
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@Jessem (372)
• Mauritius
29 Jul 07
I speak french, English, Hindi, Bhojpuri, urdu and creole(native language of Mauritians)
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@dreamy1 (3815)
• United States
29 Jul 07
I am only fluent in English but I can speak Spanish and Mandarin. I took about four years of Spanish in school but I forgot a lot. I still know a lot and if I went to Spain or Mexico I could get around ok. I learned Mandarin when I lived in Taiwan for 2.5 years but I haven't kept it up so I know even less now.
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@liyan97 (2128)
• Northern Mariana Islands
29 Jul 07
Hello there Blk_Princess! I speak two languages. I speak the Chamorro language, which is my native language and English. I really prefer to speak in English though because I am more accustomed to it. How about you, how many languages do you speak? Next time I think you should add that information to your discussion post:)
• Northern Mariana Islands
29 Jul 07
thank you liyan97 for responsing to my disscusion.
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@liyan97 (2128)
• Northern Mariana Islands
29 Jul 07
Thank you Blk_princess for best response, I will ask again whay languages do you speak?
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@sr0415 (1140)
• Philippines
30 Jul 07
Hi blk_princess! I speak 4 languages: Ilonggo (my native language), Tagalog (our country's national language), English and Chinese (because I was able to go to a Chinese school. I also know a little of Japanese and Spanish. But they're just minimal. *hehe* How about you, what are the languages that you speak?
• Singapore
3 Aug 07
I speak English, Mandarin and a bit of Malay.