What language would you like to speak?

Albania
June 30, 2008 11:01am CST
My native language is Albanian, but i speak English as well. I have already started learning German, but in the future, i also intend to learn French. It may seem like a hard determination to fulfill, but i am capable of learning a lot of languages. What about you, which languages would you like to speak exept the ones you know? And do you intend to learn them in the future?
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@gerald_lian (2191)
• Australia
30 Jun 08
For me, I know how to speak four languages. I won't be saying which language I know, but I would definitely love to learn more languages that I currently know. I'm very interested to learn the languages of Japanese, Korean, French (I know quite a little of this language because I play on some online French games site ), and perhaps Spanish and German. It's not going to be easy to learn all these languages, I am certain of that, but I guess with time, it's possible to master them one by one. Of course, I intend to learn them in the future but I'm just not sure whether I'll forget this ambition of mine or not... PS: I admire your intention and passion to learn so many languages. I wish you all the best in learning German; it's not an easy language but I'm sure you'll master it, based on your determination to learn it.....
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• Belgium
1 Jul 08
i speak Dutch, French, English,... and i am learning Japanese and Italian :D
@jhake1984 (270)
• Philippines
1 Jul 08
My native language is Filipino... I also know how to speak English... I have attended free Japanese language training... I hope a japanese friend I can talk to so I can master the language... Apart from Japanese, I would also like to learn German... I am fascinated with the language... I hope I could learn the language someday...
@snoopy88 (452)
• Australia
1 Jul 08
I wish I'm born speaking mandarin as I feel the need for it these days. I live in Australia but if you want to work in some places where chinese language are required, you will need to know the two main chinese language which is cantonese and mandarin. My expereince was that I applied for a job where i fulfill all the requirement but because i can't speak mandarin, they reject me. The manager also said to me, English is not essential for this job and i was like "WTF, this is Australia!" Anyway, so far I can listen to mandarin but cant really speak mandarin although i did learn it in uni.
• Canada
1 Jul 08
My mother was born in Denmark, and wanted to raise my sister and I bilingual, but my ather said that we did not need to know how to speak Danish, living here in Canada. I think it's a shame that Mom listened to him, and she regrets it too. If I had kids with a man from another country, I'd want to raise them with both languages.