How many languages can you speak?

@colydf (913)
China
July 15, 2009 12:58pm CST
For me, I could speak Chinese, because I am a Chinese, and I could also speak the dialect in my hometown. What's more, I have been learn English since I was in the middle school, so I could speak English, though my English is not so pure and fluently. What about you?
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@kafrosGR (138)
• Greece
15 Jul 09
I am greek so as mother language i speak greek. also speak english. looking forward to learn chinese in the future. is it as cool as it seems like?
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@colydf (913)
• China
16 Jul 09
I think Chinese is very interesting to learn, however, a little hard for many people.
@kenyugz (19)
• China
16 Jul 09
Of course, Chinese is my mother tongue that I sure I can speak. Second, I could speak Cantonese because I'm a Cantonese. I know that Cantonese in a foreign country is popular in Chinatown.:) And, I could understand Hakka due to my granma and mother are Hakka. well, I left home to go to school since I was 14-year-old, so I could speak Hakka, but not so fluently. Last, I could only speak a little English, I have to hard to learn English, that's why I joined myLot.:D
@megumiart (3781)
• United States
15 Jul 09
My mom's japanese, and she taught me the language growing up. But I don't think I'm 100% fluent. xD Other than English, I also know a little french and spanish.
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@KrauseHome (35034)
• United States
15 Jul 09
My fluent native language is English since I grew up here in the United States. But I did take French in High School and can speak a little bit still, and can understand a little bit of it. I also learned Spanish when living next to some people from Mexico so I can speak some Spanish if I needed to get by as well.
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@arcidy (5016)
• United States
15 Jul 09
I can only speak english which sucks because I would love to speak spannish because most of my family speaks spannsh. I havnt been able to pick it up even though I know a few words and thats about it. But would really like to learn how to speak spannish someday.
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@greenline (14864)
• Canada
15 Jul 09
I speak English, and a little bit of German and a little bit of Thai. I tried to learn Chinese too, attended the basic class for Mandarin, but I failed right in the first test ! Ha ha ! Nii hou ma ?
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• China
15 Jul 09
well.of couse i can speak chinese,besides,i am able to speek 3 dialects in my provence,which are compeletely diferent from each other,and,as a enlish major student,i ought to be able to speak it ,so it add up to 5 ,further more i am going to learn some japanise when i become a junior.
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@surfermac (466)
• India
15 Jul 09
3 lang hindi english telugu
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@cher913 (25891)
• Canada
15 Jul 09
i live in canada and speak english and as you may or may not know, along with english being a official language in canada, french is also, so although i know a smattering of french, my goal is to learn more. i would like to also learn spanish for work and maybe yiddish. i learned how to speak a bit of mandarin once but had no one to practice on.
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• China
17 Jul 09
Well, I can speak mandarin, which I speak best except my hometown dialect, I can aslo speak cantonese and english, not very well, but enough to comunicate with people in ordinary living. I mean to learn more languages, but it cost time, so I have to do step by step. Learning a new language is very interesting.
@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
17 Jul 09
Me? I could speak English since it is our International Language but now maybe good as you...he he he he of course our National language and that's all.
@dodo19 (32873)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
16 Jul 09
I speak two languages fluently. I speak French and English. In Canada, this is useful, as they are the two official languages. However, I am also currently trying to learn Italian and Sign Language. I'm not fluent in these languages. I don't think that I would be able to have a conversation in either of these two languages. I'm only beginning to learn these languages.