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    R3dKnight is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Default What other Language do you speak?

    I speak Hakka Chinese with my family, sometime I also use Cantonese
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hakka

    I speak Sranang tongo when I'm on the street
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sranang_Tongo

    At some places I speak Dutch language
    at home or work (Base language)

    for TV, radio, Internet and foreign tourist
    I use the English language.

    at the moment I'm learning the Portuguese Language
    Since I'm interested in moving down to Brazil
    Their cultures and people are very great.



    so what other language do most of you speak?

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    Try speaking American it's the only language I understand!







    Anybody who didn't understand that sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mystic_guard_sinoel View Post
    Try speaking American it's the only language I understand!







    Anybody who didn't understand that sucks.
    lol, i did
    Street Fighter > All


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    Quote Originally Posted by mystic_guard_sinoel View Post
    Try speaking American it's the only language I understand!







    Anybody who didn't understand that sucks.
    me too, i speak american! ....ahaha

    but i also speak hmong.

    used to know a decent amount of french...but that's long gone now.

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    jap, engrish, english, hungarian, and took spanish classes at school ... altho I don't think that helped much.

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    I speak spanish.

    I'm Peruvian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csuti View Post
    jap, engrish, english, hungarian, and took spanish classes at school ... altho I don't think that helped much.
    engrish is the greatest!

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    well some of Indonesian vocabulary were adopted from some of these language: dutch, Portuguese, and Chinese.
    And so there are some words in Indonesian language that are similar to these other country.

    I speak Indonesian (Malay), Chinese dialect, English.
    Last edited by flash; 02-03-2007 at 01:08 AM.

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    [QUOTE=R3dKnight;378951]
    At some places I speak Dutch language
    at home or work (Base language)
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    =GASP!= You speak Dutch!
    Ik hou van je!
    My friend taught herself Dutch by just talking to people from Holland over MSN. =='
    And I just picked some off her.

    I can speak.
    English. Shockhorror.
    Cantonese
    Mandarin- I'm terrible at the pronounciation.
    French- God forbid I take it at AS.
    A bit of Spanish. Like two words. Hola. And that's it.
    Two words in Japanese. XD
    Engrish =D Can't forget that one.

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    So, of course there is Engrish
    Then Deutsch
    A little Russian and Czech (I should said Russich and Czrish since it's so bad I could harm someone's ears)
    Polish - pretty well, I guess - although there still problems with that one
    I somehow understand what they are saying in Japanease, but I absolutely don't know this language and I'm at the level of saying "How are you". "I am 18".

 

 
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