Never hurts to try right? Who here speaks at least one other language? Curiosity begs. I have a little Spanish under my tongue.

Never hurts to try right?  Who here speaks at least one other language? Curiosity begs. I have a little Spanish under my tongue. | MAKING FUN OF SOMEONE'S BROKEN ENGLISH? TELL ME AGAIN HOW MANY LANGUAGES YOU SPEAK FLUENTLY? | image tagged in willy wonka blank,nixieknox,memes | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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8 ups, 3w,
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Does "que pasa" and "mi casa su casa" count?

I know "Oui" means you

That's it, I'm done now. lol
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10 ups, 3w,
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I though it meant “yes”, but I am wrong a lot :-)
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8 ups, 3w,
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What a moron I am!

Yes, Oui means yes, as you already know. Thanks for reminding me
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10 ups, 3w,
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Lol, I wasn’t picking on you, I just wanted to make that comment.
Back in the 70’s, my friend had a girly magazine called “Oui”.
He was calling it “eww eee”, lol!
Yeah, we were sophisticated :-)
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8 ups, 3w,
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The above comment was my 9000th. How appropriate, lol :-)
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5 ups, 3w,
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I was actually gonna congratulate you on reaching 1000000 points, but I wasn't sure if you even cared. I care when I reach a million more points, but some people don't. So I didn't say anything
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7 ups, 3w,
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Money Man Meme | THANKS, MAN IT WAS MY LAST MILESTONE FOR A LONG TIME | image tagged in memes,money man | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Thanks, I was surprised I ever made it to a million.
It wasn’t on my radar until it got close.
I only happened to notice the 9000 comment by accident.
Glad it was an Addams Family one to you 😎
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2 ups, 3w,
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Glad I was around to see you attain that goal. Hope to see you reach more
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4 ups, 3w,
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Thanks for all the fun and interaction over the years 😎
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2 ups, 3w,
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1 up, 3w
Thank you :-)
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I’m old school.
I’m old :-)
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2 ups, 3w,
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5 ups, 3w
I think you’re right :-)
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2 ups, 3w,
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LMAO
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1 up, 3w,
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1 up, 3w
The good old days :-)
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3 ups, 3w,
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2 ups, 3w,
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Hola me llamo Mark. Como esta usted?
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3 ups, 3w,
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Estoy bien. ¿cómo estás?
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1 up, 3w
Asi-Asi. Cunado es tu cumpleanos?
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3 ups, 3w,
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4 ups, 3w,
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lol
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2 ups, 3w,
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Que sí señor. Absolutamente
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0 ups, 3w,
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1 up, 3w
Nien!
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1 up, 3w,
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I thought it’s mi casa tu casa....
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1 up, 3w,
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Nope. Although I imagine if you said it that way, most people would know what you mean
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2 ups, 3w,
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:)
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2 ups, 3w
LOL
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7 ups, 3w,
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6 ups, 3w,
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4 ups, 3w,
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5 ups, 3w,
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4 ups, 3w,
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3 ups, 3w,
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And honestly I do not know the answer.
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3 ups, 3w,
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4 ups, 3w,
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I should probably be ashamed. But I'm not. LOL
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2 ups, 3w,
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7 ups, 3w,
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I work with people from Asian countries and also from Russia and India. They apologize when trying to pronounce certain words, and I’m like, dude! You have nothing to apologize for!
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4 ups, 3w,
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If anything I try to help them get it down a little better. It's better to teach a little than to complain or make fun of folks I believe.
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4 ups, 3w
I have great respect for their sacrifice leaving their homelands and families.
I have such an easy life.
I talk to them enough to know how words sound. Bless them for their hard work.
Several of them speak 3 or 4 languages!
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6 ups, 3w,
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6 ups, 3w,
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3 ups, 3w,
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That was the best part of that movie!
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3 ups, 3w,
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3 ups, 3w,
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2 ups, 3w,
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You kill me with your mash ups! I love that!
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1 up, 3w
Triggered! Thanks. :-)
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5 ups, 3w,
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👨🏻‍💻🤪
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4 ups, 3w,
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Pah! I speak either C#, C, C++, Pascal, Lua, NIL, PowerShellScript or JavaScript every day
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4 ups, 3w,
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1 up, 3w
HAHA! ;)
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4 ups, 3w,
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Technically French and Chinese as well but I forgot basically everything. And I am told my Arabic is like someone tried to eat a metal screw and broke his teeth
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4 ups, 3w,
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me: goes on a trip to france

duolingo: WHY TF AREN'T YOU BEATING THE CRAP OUT OF ME?

me: you take up too much space.
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4 ups, 3w
I am only fluent in English. I have studied and can speak a little French, Irish and Latin. As a result, I can puzzle out a little Spanish but do not actually speak it. I have also played with - meaning looked at but not really committed to actually studying - Hungarian and Nahuatl. My interest in languages waxes and wanes, obviously.
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4 ups, 3w
I speak fluent Spanish, but there are some words I have trouble with lol
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4 ups, 3w,
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Not that I'm bragging. I'm only fluent in English, Korean, and French.
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5 ups, 3w,
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And even if you were bragging, I would say you have earned the right. :)
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3 ups, 3w
I mainly learned Hebrew to read the Bible in it's original form, the rest because I knew someone who spoke them, with the exception of Korean, a friend who worked overseas needed a tutor so I learned it to help him.
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3 ups, 3w,
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And by fluent I mean I can carry on conversations with native speakers with very little miscommunication.
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2 ups, 3w,
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Not bad at all. I was trying to decide what language to get my kids started on. I hoe school, so we can basically choose what ever we want. We could all learn something new together.
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2 ups, 3w,
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I could give you the links to a few of the YouTube channels I used.

Tagalog: https://m.youtube.com/user/FilipinoPod101
Korean: https://m.youtube.com/user/koreanclass101
Japanese: https://m.youtube.com/user/japanesepod101
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2 ups, 3w,
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Cool, thanks ! :)
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2 ups, 3w
No problem.
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1 up, 3w
I want to learn Japanese, Korean and French, among others
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3 ups, 3w,
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1 up, 3w,
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0 ups, 3w,
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1 up, 2w
nope
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2 ups, 3w,
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good meme but i think it should be steve rogers there not that guy
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1 up, 3w,
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It's a dumb, blindly patriotic thing to say. Steve Rogers is smarter than that
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1 up, 3w
he may be but i am not
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3 ups, 3w,
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2 ups, 3w,
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If that is considered an established language, then I too speak ebonics. I grew up in a totally black area.
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3 ups, 3w
english is my first language, but i know some spanish, french, german, italian, japanese, and i have some russian under my belt. i am also fluent in the language of cats if that's included
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2 ups, 3w
True!!
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2 ups, 3w,
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Three plus bits of three or four more. Ain't nobody gonna call me monolinguistic snob if I can help it ;-)
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2 ups, 3w
I can't imagine not wanting to learn at least a little of other languages! And to think some people look down upon it?
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2 ups, 3w,
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I make fun of a Mexican coworker's broken English all the time. He's here illegally so I feel I have the right. Plus he makes fun of my not knowing much Spanish.
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2 ups, 3w
Sounds like a fair give and take. LOL
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2 ups, 3w,
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I’m learning French, and dabbling in some Japanese (bc music)
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2 ups, 3w,
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I got into Japanese because of knitting and crochet. I have some pattern books with instructions I needed to figure out.
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2 ups, 3w,
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Wow! That’s probably the craziest reason I’ve ever heard! Go for it, and good luck!
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2 ups, 3w,
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I had actually gotten quite a bit figured out by looking up symbols and using translators online. I put weeks worth of work into creating a Japanese to English reference. I thought I backed up the file, when my lap top went out there went all of my work. Sigh...
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2 ups, 3w
That hurts...I’m starting with romanji (romanized) characters, and that’s made it a lot easier to understand and pronounce.
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1 up, 3w
tnx ( :
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0 ups, 3w
(And yes, I see I got something wrong in my French, but hey, that's not my first language, mind you).
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2 ups, 3w
taco
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2 ups, 3w
Que
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2 ups, 3w,
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I think anyone who is trying to learn a new language, especially while attempting a transition between countries needs understanding. I will say that as far as the United States goes we may have the least amount of foreign language skills. And instead of trying to learn other languages people say things such as, "i don't need to speak that gibberish." The only foreign languages ever taught here (that I know of) are in High school in order to get graduation credits. Not sure how many people actually retain what they learn, and many learn just enough to pass.
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5 ups, 3w,
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Since my first English lesson at school, I learned an important thing. At school I thought I'd never master English, and now I appear to manage pretty well (I'm Dutch btw), but that was only because I had the nerve to actively speak to people from the UK, and later on with Americans, Australians and to use English to people from countries I don't know the language of, and basically that's how I truly learned to speak English. I am from before the internet, and when the internet came, it was a blessing for me to practice more, since most people in the internet speak English I'm basically forced to. Now I do also speak a bit of German and French, but not nearly as good as English, not because they are harder, but because I can hardly practice. When you speak English from birth basically the entire world speaks your language, and that doesn't motivate to learn a foreign language, but how to practice with a native speaker of a foreign language when they can speak English anyway (even if it's "broken")? I once had to speak Dutch to Syrians who fled to the NL (because of the war in Syria) and it was harder for me to speak Dutch than English, due to my habit to speak to English without thinking, but as soon as I managed to "banish" English from my head I did notice some improvements in the Syrians' mastery over the Dutch language. I was basically in the same situation as them when I learned my first English, myself. Now I have "feeling for language", which is a natural talent you either have or do not have, but what you cannot learn, and that helps, but not everybody is blessed with that talent, but that doesn't mean they are stupid. And even with "feeling for language" spelling mistakes are possible. I will admit I even make them in Dutch, my native language, and I know everybody makes errors in their own language too. A lot of language remarks are often placed by trolls who use it to distract from the fact they couldn't win a discussion and distract to spelling/grammar errors to try to depict the "winner" as dumb, which is kinda an embarrassment to themselves if you ask me. :P
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2 ups, 3w,
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That's something else. Being forced into speaking a language is really the best way to learn it. That is why they do not allow English spoken in foreign language courses I suppose.

English is a crazy language. We so many odd ball things that you have to really try to get if you are not from the US. I am sure other English speaking Countries have their weird things too. But honestly, there are a lot of people here who can't get the grammar and context right a lot of the time.

Thanks for telling me a little about yourself there. I believe you are right about having an ear for language. Pretty much in the same sense that some have an eye for certain things, or an ear for music. That's a nice talent to have. Useful as well.
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2 ups, 3w,
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Well, yeah, that is indeed the reason why English is banned in such classes, and also why I was not allowed to speak English to those Syrian refugees. Although I was only involved in their training for one evening, I had to say it was rewarding work. To see how happy they were when they understood something about the Dutch language they didn't understand before.

The hardest part for me in English is that the language is not really phonetic, so it's kinda guess how to pronounce words in written text. That's how I got the pronunciation of words like "colonel", "recipe" and "mirage" wrong. Now Dutch is pretty phonetic, just like German, but grammar-wise these two languages can give you headaches where English is a lot easier, I tell ya. Most verbs for example only change in 3rd person single. "I walk, you walk, he/she walks, we walk, they walk". In Dutch that's "Ik loop. Jij loopt. Loop jij? Hij/zij loopt. Wij lopen" and in German "Ich laufe, du laufst, er/sie lauft, wir laufen, ihr lauft, sie laufen", that's quite some stuff to memorize, already. And the order of words is quite often far from logical, where English has a more logic approach to such things for me.

Indeed "feeling for language" can be easily compared to an "ear for music" or an "eye for art" etc. I've known people who had no rhythm and who had to study a dance act. Even when teaching them a measure has 4 beats (the song they hard to learn on at least had), it was hard for them, and they had to count constantly. Now I am a non-active and certainly not great musician, but still I have rhythm and I don't need to count the beats at all, and there too goes, you have that talent, or you don't. I once did take some looks at Swedish, where my feeling for language also helped me a bit. Of course Swedish and Dutch do have a lot in common, so I could relate to Dutch, but still I could see that Swedish suffixes words with an "r" or "er" to form plural. "sko" = "shoe", "skor" = "shoes", and that there's no word for "the" but in stead they suffix words with "en" or just an "n". "skon" = "the shoe" I don't think when you don't have "feeling for language" you'd see that, so easily. As such I immediately understood the US saying "close but no cigar", even though there is no Dutch variant to that saying, but what gets me though as when you guys say "drugs", as I always have to puzzle if you mean medicines or the banned stuff that does awkward things to your mind. Haha! :)
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English is the way that it is due to the history of England. It was invaded many times. As a result it has many influences and loan words. Breton, Latin, Germanic, Old French and probably many others contributed to the mess we have now. That's why the rules don't "make sense." They only apply to the words from the same language.
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1 up, 3w
Well, I guess there are more languages like that, since the Dutch language has a lot of words either copied from other languages (most notably English and French), or are based on and "Dutchified" versions of words of other languages. Of course, just after WWII, they have completely revised the Dutch language, most notably in spelling rules, making it easier to spell in Dutch and to guess how to pronounce when reading from written text (and so we speak of pre-war and post-war Dutch), and I guess such a thing never happened to the English language.

What also struck me is: "I read a book".
Am I reading right now, or was I reading in the past? No way to tell from written text, in speaking it's the way "read" is pronounced that tells (of course, the context of the rest of the text can often tell, but still).

Still if you think English is a mess... I think in Dutch the past tense has more irregular verbs than English does, and if you ever wanna learn Dutch you gotta memorize them all... good luck :P
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dont you hate it when people right paragraphs? knowone reads them anyway.
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For those who don't speak multilanguage, I said:
English: Those who speak English from birth
German: must never forget
Dutch: That we from other countries
French: must speak English and our national language
Swedish: I need your understanding
Spanish: Thank you
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0 ups, 3w,
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Muchos de nosotros no hemos olvidado eso. But I think it's "devons parler" ;-)
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Peut-être! Français n'est pas ma primière language.
And what has been said about English, applies for French as well :P
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1 up, 3w,
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Pour moi non plus. Mais j'admire tes langues quand-même :-)
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0 ups, 3w
Merci ;)
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2 ups, 3w
Seven years of French starting in grade 4, four years of Spanish in High School, and I barely remember any of it. Now I speak and understand more Japanese from playing FFXI and watching anime.
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excuse you i can speak fluent fandom reference anf fangirl
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1 up, 3w
Well excuse you. I speak in capital beginning words as well as punctuation. ;)
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1 up, 3w
*and
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2 ups, 3w,
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Grew up in Montreal...so I am bilingual. English and French.
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Thats so cool!Where I grew up (right next to mexico) I learned English and Spanish.
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4 ups, 3w,
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finally a First Lady that IS a Lady and not a chimp with a giant black dick or a cvnt like Hillary the b**ch
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2 ups, 3w
Thanks!

If the ones on the bottom are on your page I will go there to read them! :)
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1 up, 3w
I speak chinse
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Nice. One day you will be fluent!
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1 up, 3w
i`m Korean- American so i can speak korean and English
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1 up, 3w,
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Lol I speak some Spanish and a bit of Russian (cuz my mom sometimes teaches me Russian lol)
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is ur mom russian?
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I took 2 years of French in high school, and my mom's second husband was an illegal Mexican immigrant who REFUSED to learn English, so I got sone rudimentary Spanish.
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*some
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i am learning french but if a french person came up to me and i spoke to them they wont understand a word im saying cause of my poor accent
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I speak russian так что отвали сука!!!!
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jack nicholson
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I know some rough Spanish, German, Russian, French and Japanese, but the foreign language I'm most familiar with is Italian, and even that is only by virtue of having memorized Toto Cutugno's 1983 hit "L'italiano" (although I'm rather proud of that in itself).
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I know two
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Technicly,spanish is my first language,but other than english,i know Japanese,ASL,Korean and French.
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3 ups, 3w
Ugh- you just remined me of my friend-
whenever someone talks to him in spanish,he just says,"Sorry,I dont speak taco!"
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1 up, 3w
Cool. I was really surprised at how many languages some people know around here.
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i know a little french, spanish, hebrew, and numbers in a few other languages. im only fluent in english though.
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1 up, 3w
2 deutsch und Englisch.
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1 up, 3w,
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Bonjour
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2 ups, 3w,
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Facetious.
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Already know some Spanish, English, Portuguese, and currently learning French and Italian.
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Nice. You can never learn too many!
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I can say a few words and sentences in German, French, Spanish, Russian, Japanese and Alabaman, but nothing fluent.
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A little is always better than nothing I say! I really want to get into a little German. Something about it just makes me want to speak at least a little!
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2 ups, 3w,
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German is a neat language :)
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2 ups, 3w,
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My Uncle was German. I remember my cousin was always afraid someone would go searching the family tree on his side and find Nazis. LOL!
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2 ups, 3w,
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I haven't confirmed it for myself, but from what I'm told, one of them was the German ambassador to the Soviet Union, and was involved in the July 20th plot to assassinate Hitler.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich-Werner_Graf_von_der_Schulenburg
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Is the same events Valkyrie was based upon? It would be kinda cool though to have such an ancestor. Do you plan on trying to fins out for certain?
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2 ups, 3w
*find
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Yup, the same events :)

In the future I plan on setting up an account with ancestry.com to do some genealogical research.
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I am so leery of those sites. I don't know how true it is, but I did read that the Mormon church actually owns these sites as well as the DNA testing people do to find out their heritage. They use the info to Baptize people by proxy. I am hoping this isn't actually true. Not sure how to go about finding the actual truth in this matter.
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I checked Wikipedia yesterday and it did say the Mormon church owns that site and some others related to genealogy and DNA testing. I don't know if they use the info to do the proxy baptisms, but if they do, there's nothing you can do to stop them, but at the same time, it's not like a proxy baptism actually does anything :)
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I liken that to them walking in and jamming a finger up my butt with out my permission. It's a little out of line. LOL
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:)
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1 up, 3w
I know a few phrases in German, but most especially, I know how to say "Shoot the glass!"
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does anyone get this?
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MAKING FUN OF SOMEONE'S BROKEN ENGLISH? TELL ME AGAIN HOW MANY LANGUAGES YOU SPEAK FLUENTLY?
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