How many languages total can you speak (any level from beginner onwards)

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Posts164Likes60Joined15/7/2018LocationSanto Domingo / DO
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Spanish
Learning Creole - Haitian
Other English, French

I only speak 3 so far, all fluent, tried to learn japanese once but had to stop before I learnt much, now I'm trying to learn some basic Kreyol, but barely starting so I don't count it.

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Posts835Likes505Joined18/3/2018LocationBellingham / US
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English
Other Spanish, Swahili, Tagalog, Thai

10

I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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Posts53Likes40Joined8/7/2018LocationKarachi / PK
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Learning Arabic - Standard, English, Japanese, Pashto, Chinese - other

3

English - Urdu - Hindi

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Posts200Likes92Joined12/7/2018LocationPH
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Tagalog
Learning English, Spanish

Just two. Our Filipino and English. :disappointed_relieved::disappointed_relieved::disappointed_relieved:

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Posts409Likes151Joined10/7/2018LocationTrece Martires City / PH
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Tagalog
Other English

wow!

do the right thing even when nobody is watching

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Posts409Likes151Joined10/7/2018LocationTrece Martires City / PH
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Tagalog
Other English

same here. dont be sad. haha :joy:

do the right thing even when nobody is watching

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Posts200Likes92Joined12/7/2018LocationPH
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Tagalog
Learning English, Spanish

Michelle.Batan wrote:

same here. dont be sad. haha :joy:

I'm not alone. :grin::grin::grin: but I can understand a little bit of Cebuan language. 

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Posts69Likes49Joined8/7/2018LocationIT
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Russian, Swedish
Other English, Finnish, Italian

Nine, five of them fluently. And some more that I can understand a little bit but don't speak. :)

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Posts29Likes18Joined13/7/2018Location

Fluent in four namely Hindi, English, Punjabi and Angika. I can also understand little bit of marathi.

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Posts171Likes89Joined11/7/2018Location
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Tagalog
Other English, German, Spanish

Bisaya, Filipino, English, A little bit of spanish - 4

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Posts200Likes92Joined12/7/2018LocationPH
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Tagalog
Learning English, Spanish

Olga.Cygnel wrote:

Nine, five of them fluently. And some more that I can understand a little bit but don't speak. :)


That's a lot. :grin::grin::grin:

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Posts69Likes49Joined8/7/2018LocationIT
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Russian, Swedish
Other English, Finnish, Italian

Frederick.Dizon wrote:

Olga.Cygnel wrote:

Nine, five of them fluently. And some more that I can understand a little bit but don't speak. :)

That's a lot. :grin::grin::grin:

To be fair, I grew up in a multicultural family so I spoke 3 languages since I was young. I didn't need to learn them all completely from scratch :)

And thanks to that, it was easier to learn other languages since there are many similarities in Germanic languages for example.

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Posts164Likes60Joined15/7/2018LocationSanto Domingo / DO
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leosmith wrote:

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wow those are a lot, that's amazing

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Posts164Likes60Joined15/7/2018LocationSanto Domingo / DO
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Aileen.Cortes wrote:

Bisaya, Filipino, English, A little bit of spanish - 4

Had never heard of Bisaya, willI definitely look it up

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Posts164Likes60Joined15/7/2018LocationSanto Domingo / DO
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Olga.Cygnel wrote:

Frederick.Dizon wrote:

Olga.Cygnel wrote:

Nine, five of them fluently. And some more

that I can understand a little bit but don't speak. :)

That's a lot. :grin::grin::grin:

To be fair, I grew up in a multicultural family so I spoke 3 languages since I was young. I didn't need to learn them all completely from scratch :)

And thanks to that, it was easier to learn other languages since there are many similarities in Germanic languages for example.

Still very impressive! Sounds great

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Posts164Likes60Joined15/7/2018LocationSanto Domingo / DO
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Other English, French

Sourabh.Kumar wrote:

Fluent in four namely Hindi, English, Punjabi and Angika. I can also understand little bit of marathi.

Awesome! Those are some very interesting languages to know

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Posts164Likes60Joined15/7/2018LocationSanto Domingo / DO
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Frederick.Dizon wrote:

Just two. Our Filipino and English. :disappointed_relieved::disappointed_relieved::disappointed_relieved:

that's actually great, I would love to speak Filipino, I speak only 3 languages myself so we're not too different in that sense ^_^

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Posts200Likes92Joined12/7/2018LocationPH
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Tagalog
Learning English, Spanish

Elso.Martinez wrote:

Had never heard of Bisaya, willI definitely look it up

Check this out. 



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Posts220Likes117Joined9/7/2018LocationUS
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English
Learning Spanish
Other French

3 English some Spanish and French ( I sing to songs in Korean and German so if that counts then 5 lol)...

... Oh and maybe 6 (Japanese) if I count all the anime theme songs i know by heart lol (I'm kidding) :)


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Posts41Likes29Joined14/7/2018LocationAbu Dhabi / AE
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Tagalog
Learning English

only English and our native language Tagalog for now.. but willing to learn other languages. The only thing that hinders me from embracing other language is my time- how much time will I commit from learning a new one? I am pretty sure, you have same situation like mine..?

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