(English, Hindi, Odia)
uk school language system is pretty bad, they start teaching you too late
That's actually sad
Yeah they started to teach me Spanish when I was like 11.
I was doing pretty well but because I was doing well they decided to also teach me french at the same time (which halfed the amount of Spanish lessons I had).
French teacher that was teaching my class then left after the first year.
Lost all motivation with languages.
learn welsh or something bro idk
not many welsh schools teach in welsh, welsh is a dying language
English, French, Sinatraa , xqc
Ah so you're mastering ancient language
Sinatraa language by far the hardest language to learn
Not even trolling, no cyap
5 (feel free to guess & learning spanish in school rn)
Odia bhaina eyithi? Maja asi gala.
learn another one poopablitz
how many do u speek nutabLe?
holy based af
3 - Portuguese, english, spanish
learning mandarin tho
I also tried learning a new language (Russian) but gave up a few months ago
Spanish and English
Although I know some portuguese but I only use it to communicate with brazilians when I play some games
English hindi Marathi chattisgarhia bihari Gujrati
English, swedish, marathi, and a little bit of hindi amd spanish
i can kinda speak spanish (as we call it here "portunhol", a mix of portuguese and spanish)
but i can easily read in french, italian... (latin langs)
2 (English and German)
I would have Spanish too but they cut language funding in my schools when I was 10 (NA education moment)
5- English, Hindi, Kannada, Tulu, Konkani
are they( Tulu and Konkani) ancient languages?
learning Chinese and using my need to learn Chinese characters as an excuse to also learn Japanese kanji cause I'm a fucking weeb
english, portuguese and as all of portuguese speakers I can read and understand something in spanish
German, English, basics of spanish and I can understand the majority of dutch but cant really speak it myself
Bengali as main language, Hindi, English,Kannada,telugu in my school days and french in my early school days (Beginner stage).
2 fluently, another 3 partially
Some Spanish, Russian, and Japanese but not enough to be considered fluent in any of them.
English, Russian, and French
English Hindi Malayalam Marathi Tamil
English and Australian
portuguese, brazilian, brazil language
English (first/main language)
Telugu & Tamil (self taught)
damn mans of indian decent?
my parents are from india but i was born and raised in america
hence my name and flag
prettygood at 5 languages - english , hindi , guju , marathi , german
can also kinda speak 2 - hungarian, , french
php is not langguage son, 💀
It's C+ right? Not C#
can understand 7 but can speak 5
and learning multiple languages is not as impressive as many people thought
Fluent English, passable spanish (not very good imo but apparently to my hispanic friends it's pretty good)
I know how to say a few swears in Portuguese, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Mandarin, German, and Arabic
4 right now English, Polish, Spanish, and Russian. I'm interesting in learning German or Japanese too
english and korean fluently
japanese and spanish not really well but yes
1% chinese spoken with 50% writings
Fluently: czech, english
Know a bit: spanish
Can understand: slovakian (similar to czech)
Mostly get the meaning of russian polish and ukranian senteces
I can speak 5 languages. Most of them are because I was forced to learn them to be able to speak with my grandparents. Used to hate them until I was able to understand anime without subtitles.
2 fluent - english and portuguese
2 intermediate - german and spanish
2 basic - japanese and old tupi
and also valendhírdven the language I invented
I took three years of Italian in high school but forgot most of it so pretty much only one
dutch, english, french, arabic, berber (language spoken in morocco and algeria) so 5
Flag checks out
Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, English, Broken German and Sindhi and Arabic.
But ig, speaking 3-4 languages for someone whose native language isn't English is quite common.
Slovak (technically also Czech), English, pretty ok German, very basic/learning Spanish
4 - German, Hindi, Spanish, English
BTW I lived In new delhi for 4 years, SRI Lanka for 2 and Mumbai for 5
Filipino, English, Super slight at Spanish (only I know some words but can't use it in discussions) and trying to learn Korean
Hindi, Bhojpuri(madhika), Gujarati and English
3 (bangla,english,hindi) i wanna learn urdu and one more like spanish or Portuguese
Spanish, Argentinian, Chilean, Mexican, Colombian, Peruvian, Bolivian, Venezuelan, Uruguayan, Paraguayan, Portuguese, English