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I speak English, Swedish and enough Cantonese to complement my mother-in-law on dinner.
German, English, French
My native language is Russian.
I only speak English fluently.
I know bits and pieces of Japanese, mostly thanks to anime. (lol)
Although I took years of Spanish classes, I barely remember any of it since it was a requirement for school rather than something I sought out.
My native language is German.
I am fluent in English and I can read and speak Spanish and a little bit of Italian
Italian, sicilian and portuguese.
I understand and i speak some word in french and spanish.
I wrote latin in the school but today i don't remember. Too lazy for english
English, Spanish & French.
English fluently and French nearly fluently (need to spend time in-country to get myself back up to speed again...---)). Tiny bit of Mandarin.
English, Korean, Chinese, currently learning Japanese.
Savage. We call it "殘體字" for a reason.
Anyway, I can speak Cantonese and English, only understand Mandarin and Japanese (ironically I understand more Japanese than Mandarin).
Native English speaker and speak conversational Spanish.....................
Irish and English.
Greek, English, Spanish and very basic German
English and Spanish but would like to learn another language.
I'm French Canadian (Franco Ontarian, born & raised in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada & speak English fluently as well as writing and understanding. I passed federal government tests in all three required parts for English as a second language & was exempt from mandatory four year retesting. I worked for the Canadian Federal Government - Library and Archives Canada. My wife is an English Canadian and our adult kids are fluently bilingual in English & French.
My wife & I both retired in 2012 & moved to Nova Scotia in early 2013 to be near the ocean and away from big city living. Being fluently bilingual makes it possible for me to enjoy living anywhere in Canada.