Turkish ( main language)
Spanish (not too good but ok)
English Punjabi Hindi
Can read and write all as well
isnt punjabi and hindi basically the same language
That's the most NA shit I have ever seen lmaooo
nah in canada, you get two guys where one is speaking in hindi and the other is speaking in Punjabi and they understand each other pretty well. one seems like a dialect, idk which one is the original language. i could be wrong idk, that is what comes to mind tho.
💀💀 You're making it worse
IDK what you smokin bro :skull:.
I speak Hindi and I cannot understand anything beyond 5 words that are common between the two languages.
french(official language in quebec and eastern ontario)
Does Quebecois = French tho. I swear the Canadian French sounds so cursed to me, and my brain just can't comprehend.
we read and write it the same way, but we just have a greater english influence or a blend of sort in our french when it is spoken. it is the same language tho. and honestly it is not that bad, you are exaggerating a bit much.
Yea it's a joke. Damn it's so hard to understand when people talk quebecois though especially, because of a lot of the different phonemes used. At least the written form is practically just french with just some english words.
Bahasa Indonesia ( main language)
English (can fully understand but dogshit ass grammar)
Japanese (just the basic)
Bit of spanish
Can understand slovakian and bit polish and ukranian
Edit: bit of Russian to
1st language: English
2nd language: Romanian, French
3rd Language: Arabic
I also know a few phrases in spanish, polish and russian
arabic (just basic)
2 native (sundanese, indo), 2 fluent (english, japanese), 1 beginner (Deutsch)
2 The first one is obvious, and I speak Spanish not very well but I can get by.
Currently learning French, but im still in the basics
English, French (colloquial + formal), Spanish (formal) (but I need to learn south american variants)
Odd bits of polish, russian, portugese, japanese and chinese
wna learn arabic though
any reason why arabic?
Because it's an especially interesting culture surrounding it: Arab spring, islamic golden age, just oman alone has a crazy history, the caliphates
btw why was my original comment downvoted lmao?
English (main language)
Russian - understands a lot better then spoken
German + Austro-Bavarian dialects (motherlanguage)
Can understand bits and pieces of all the scandinavian languages, luxembourgish, dutch and yiddish
French (Basic level, learnt from the Canadian Curriculum)
Japanese (very little but enough to know the basics and some of the Kana characters; currently learning)
Dutch (main language)
French (if they dont talk too fast)
Latin (basic not advanced)
I can understand German with ease, i just cant think of the words and grammar while writing and speaking (bc Dutch and German are alike)
german (need to improve)
trying to learn french rn
german (a little rusty)
viossa (very rusty)
old tupi (dead native language from brazil)
and also my own conlang, Valendhírdven
I see a fellow conlanger. Toki pona is love, toki pona is life.
indeed! Fun fact I'm proud of btw, once Sonja randomly DMed me on discord and I got to talk to her and show her my conlang ^^
later that helped me invite one of the toki pona server's admins to the Brazilian Olympiad of Linguistics
Also, nice to see a fellow conlanger on vlr.gg, I wasn't expecting it here of all places haha
Trying to learn PTBR lol
Just assume Most Indians know atleast 3 languages
I'm fluent in Hindi ,gujrati and English
Decent at Marathi (live inMaharashtra)
Alr at German and hungarian
Studied basic french and Sanskrit
Bengali, Hindi and Urdu learned from friends, the rest studied at Uni.
Edit: I'm half brazilian and half finnish, but never learned finnish
English (since i was 7 y/o)
Some portuguese, learned the basics in Portugal a couple months ago
Im waiting to see weebs self proclaim understand Japanese just because they watch anime
We bringing hltv shit threads to this site too? And people is falling for this wack baiters? Rip lmao
French(still learning it).
Bahasa Indonesia (main language)
Sundanese & Minangkabau (local language in Indonesia)
Dutch (a little bit)
Can understand Punjabi but can't speak it as fluent. Even tho my parents fully can
and for the americans... i can speak "australian"
wanna learn korean because why not.
english and russian are my main
Im learning armenian right now
same for spanish
20 languages because according to this thread's people, speak basic words=knows how to speak the language lmao
Montenegrin/Croat/Serbian/Bosnian (all the same pretty much)
3 learning(some of these are decent for me, some of these are awful for me)
understand Kazakh pretty well but have trouble speaking it
2 Technically 3, English, Hindi, and Urdu (Nearly the same)
I can also understand Marwari and Punjabi as those are my Parent's native languages.
English, do you speak it??
Have you ever seen portuguese, korean or apac folks flood the vlr community with their language??
They don't cause most people understand that english is the universal language at this day in age, it baffles me how poor is the education in BR, very rarely you'll find a brazilian who is able to talk in any other language but portuguese, like for real get some education, you guys are the only country in America that speaks that useless language. No one gives a fuck about portuguese, have some respect for the rest of the world and learn some proper english, autistics fucks
as a north african may ppl speak 4 to 5 languages , arabic+ amazigh(indigenous north african's language)+ french+english (some speak spanish instead of french), i speak 4
English is 0,5. I doesn't have too much experience in pronunciation and also shit gramar, but I understand everything.
And 3rd language is Russian Obscene - fluently. (It's definitely different language, in the some places you can find people who speaking only on this language.)
English (Main language)
Mandarin Chinese (My parents are from China, but I never really bothered learning the language much)
I want to learn Turkish.
Bahasa / Malay
Understand some chinese, can't write it though.
Can read Russian and understand very little of it
A little bit of Javanese, Korean, and Japanese i guess
English and FIlipino- Casual conversation
Spanish- My ancestors, little bit
French- for tourism
Hungarian(my native language)
Romanian(i live in Romania)
English(cmon, everyone knows English)
And a little bit of German cuz we study it in school, but i suck lmao
And I want to learn Finnish, cuz it sounds funny xd