how many languages can you speak? what's?

China
March 12, 2009 7:05pm CST
now , I can speak three kinds of language: Chinese,English,korean,,,,,,spoken and written,as a chinese ,,I think that learning english is a must in 21century,,,so I worked for it,,,,,,,chinese is my mother language,,,so I of course can speak english, beacuuse I love to watching film of korean and tv drama program from korean,,,so I laugh at this if I can understand this meanings,,,, ha ha ,lol,,,,, what' you? how ? mylotters?
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@Krisneil (577)
• Philippines
13 Mar 09
I can only speak Filipino "Tagalog" and English,"Im not good in english"..
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@siZidni (1860)
• Indonesia
13 Mar 09
no way. i thought all pinoy are good in english..
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@Krisneil (577)
• Philippines
13 Mar 09
No not all,, Maybe from Mindanao and Vizayas becasue they hard to speak tagalog and they practice english much more.
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@maezee (38845)
• United States
13 Mar 09
Well, I'm American - so naturally I know English pretty well. I'm also learning Japanese & Russian in school. Just because I have a lot of hispanic friends, I've learned a lot of Spanish, too. It's awesome that you learned Korean just from watching their dramas! That's amazing! I hear it's one of the hardest languages to learn, too, so kudos to you!
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@a638000 (219)
• China
13 Mar 09
LOL..Chinese is the most hardest languages in the world ? do you think so? have you seen the films by china???my deer friend?
• China
14 Mar 09
you your preety baby!! small girl
@GADHISUNU (2163)
• India
13 Mar 09
I can speak, read write and understand: English, Hindi,Sanskrit,Telugu,Tamil,Kannada, Kannada, Malayalam, and Urdu. I can read Bengali and understand.
• China
13 Mar 09
greatest guy!!!!!
@jenisky (406)
• Philippines
13 Mar 09
hello jiaruiyang, i'm from philippines and our official language use there is filipino (tagalog)..aside from that i can speak and write English too and i can understand a little of spanish words..buenos dias amigo
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• United States
13 Mar 09
I speak english...and baby! :0) I would like to learn other languages but honestly I just dont have the time. My ex husband and my current husband both speak a little german and my kids want to learn other languages as well.
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• India
13 Mar 09
I Speak Four Languages :- 1) Sindhi is my Mother Tongue Language, 2) Hindhi is my National Language, 3) English is my Educational Language, 4) Marathi is my state language. Normally i speak sindhi and english in home and in office i speak english and hindi. So i speak all mix language whole day. I like to learn more language and enjoy the world tour and speak all over the world.
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@siZidni (1860)
• Indonesia
13 Mar 09
i can only speak in two languages. english and bahasa indonesian. i wish i could speak mandarin. since there so many chinese friends i have here. and i like to watch mandarin tv program.
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• Indonesia
13 Mar 09
I just can speak Indonesian and Javanese. English just a little both in speaking and writing. Also listening. It's hard to study english just from school, so i decide to practice english with having a conversation through internet because I think it is the best method to improve my English.
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@venchaul (541)
• China
13 Mar 09
You are so great.I guess you mayor is English,right? Claps for you! I really want to master another language except English,however I have enough time to do it. I really want to learn more!
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• India
13 Mar 09
Dude, I can Speak Hindi,English,Gujarati languages.
• China
13 Mar 09
that is great,,your a language-master
@dodo19 (38646)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
18 Mar 09
I can speak, read, write, and understand fluently in both English and French. I grew up in a family, where both languages were spoken around the house. I am also currently trying to learn Sign Language, as well as Italian.
@kiran8 (15324)
• Mangalore, India
13 Mar 09
I can speak 5 languages quite fluently - English, Kannada, Tulu, Tamil, Hindi and i can understand Telugu and Malayalam, speak a few words and sentences too...India has many languages , so most people tend to know at least 2 or 3 languages..
@rakesh284 (1472)
• India
13 Mar 09
I can speak many languages. But I can read and write only a few languages. I can speak, read and write English, Hindi and Marathi. I can even speak Punjabi, and little bit of Gujarati and Urdu. Bye
• Philippines
13 Mar 09
I can speak tagalog and english.. tagalog is my mother tongue because i'm a filipino.. and can speak english and written as well.. want to improve my english communication skills so that i can be a call center agent.. lol.. also want to learn spanish, korean, japanese, and french..
• India
13 Mar 09
hmmm..... i can speak French , English, Hindi, Punjabi,
@youless (98997)
• Guangzhou, China
13 Mar 09
You are so amazed to know three languages:) I only know Chinese and English. Although I have learned some French, but I am not good at it as I think it's much more difficult than English. It is out of my expectation. I love China
@agrim94 (3809)
• India
13 Mar 09
My mother tongue is Hindi and i can speak english , little bit of punjabi too.. thats all i can speak off though i did study Sanskrit in school. i would love to learn other languages like Japanese, chinese and French
• India
13 Mar 09
i speak english, telugu which is my mother tongue and hindi which is national language, no other languages then these.
• Philippines
13 Mar 09
i can speak 5 different languages ( filipino, english, chinese, japanese & hebrew) i learned those languages because of my mom & my bestfriend chad..^^ my mom taught me how to speak chinese & hebrew while chad was the one who became my driving force to learn japanese..^^
• India
13 Mar 09
I can speak hindi and english language only, but i can understand marathi also but i cant speak this language as i live in mumbai city.English is the universal language and required in most of the countries if a person goes abroad,he needs to understand and cordinate people who live in other countries.In India english is a subject in all schools to learn from childhood and most of the families speak in english with their kids from beginning so that they will be fluent and confident to speak and understand from the starting.