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Arabic/Farsi

Just as a sidenote for those who might not know it, Arabic and Farsi (Persian) are two totally different languages. Farsi is actually part of the Indo-European language family, so it might be easier to learn. Dunno, haven't started yet.

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Fluent:

English (British mother)

French (Spoken since I started speaking seeing as I was born and raised in Belgium)

Italian (Italian father)

Good knowledge:

Dutch (Born and raised in Belgium. Also, Flemish channels subtitle their programs, which are nearly always American or British, instead of dubbing, which btw is an excellent way of learning a foreign language)

Spanish (Taught at school from the age of 15)

I was educated in a European School (Brussels) so languages could be considered my forté, and I was lucky to be bought up in a very multi-cultured environment

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Arabic/Farsi

Just as a sidenote for those who might not know it, Arabic and Farsi (Persian) are two totally different languages. Farsi is actually part of the Indo-European language family, so it might be easier to learn. Dunno, haven't started yet.

Yeah, I am still undecisive on which one to learn, so I put them together.

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french

english

spanish

but i don't speak my native language

and some words or expressions really useful like:

italian: va f......

tounge2.gif

etc

ps: languages which have my interest for now:

- japanese

- lakota

- norvegian

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Best - Worst

- German

- English

- French

- Czech

recently started learning french again in my freetime.

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Italian (newspapers are no problem and "O, bello oci cjornye" works aswell)

LOL biggrin_o.gif

Klavan

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Or; "O, che bella gambe! ,,, O, che brutta faca!"

And how many languagues do I speak fluently? None, not even my native one, I'm not so cocky to think I do. wink_o.gif

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what's that "oci cjornye" smile_o.gif ?

btw ^^

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D@nte:

italian: va f......

tounge2.gif

italian: vaff...... or va aff...... wink_o.gif

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karantan:

Or; "O, che bella gambe! ,,, O, che brutta faca!"

"O, che bellE gambe! O, che brutta facCIa!" wink_o.gif

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Doric - Local language in the North East of Scotland.

aka "pirate"  tounge2.gif  I live at north east part of scotland  but I dont speak dorrick as I was born south west scotland, I talk "lowlands scots" so as a scot I still find it rly difficult to understand what these dorrick ppl say  rofl.gif  fit part o ne scotland dae ye bide me loon?  smile_o.gif

Pirate! Cheeky Brataccas!  tounge2.gif Yip! Doric is a mystical and confusing language. The British Army should use it as their code talk, un-crackable! I can see the look on Jihad Joes face when he hears it! Fit part? Weel I bide in i Broch. Ye ken fit toon at is? Fit toon dae ye bide in?

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Doric - Local language in the North East of Scotland.

aka "pirate" tounge2.gif I live at north east part of scotland but I dont speak dorrick as I was born south west scotland, I talk "lowlands scots" so as a scot I still find it rly difficult to understand what these dorrick ppl say rofl.gif fit part o ne scotland dae ye bide me loon? smile_o.gif

Pirate! Cheeky Brataccas! tounge2.gif Yip! Doric is a mystical and confusing language. The British Army should use it as their code talk, un-crackable! I can see the look on Jihad Joes face when he hears it! Fit part? Weel I bide in i Broch. Ye ken fit toon at is? Fit toon dae ye bide in?

Is it burghead!?!? ah bide in lossiemouth lyk

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german

english

polish

all pretty equal but also not flawless XD

i grew up bilingual so if youd hear me chat with my parents youd hear a mix of polish and german...

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Doric - Local language in the North East of Scotland.

aka "pirate"  tounge2.gif  I live at north east part of scotland  but I dont speak dorrick as I was born south west scotland, I talk "lowlands scots" so as a scot I still find it rly difficult to understand what these dorrick ppl say  rofl.gif  fit part o ne scotland dae ye bide me loon?  smile_o.gif

Pirate! Cheeky Brataccas!  tounge2.gif Yip! Doric is a mystical and confusing language. The British Army should use it as their code talk, un-crackable! I can see the look on Jihad Joes face when he hears it! Fit part? Weel I bide in i Broch. Ye ken fit toon at is? Fit toon dae ye bide in?

Is it burghead!?!?   ah bide in lossiemouth lyk

Nah Fraserburgh aka 'the broch'. Lossiemouth aye, ken any o i RAF Regt. lads ene o my mates is ene?

So im not completely offtopic I can also speak a little french, which is virtually none.

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what's that "oci cjornye" smile_o.gif ?

btw ^^

(Those beautiful) black eyes in Russian ,,, I think  wink_o.gif

Quote[/b] ]

D@nte:

italian: va f......

tounge2.gif

italian: vaff......  or va aff...... wink_o.gif

Yes, yes ,,, go on !!!

Quote[/b] ]

karantan:

Or; "O, che bella gambe! ,,, O, che brutta faca!"

"O, che bellE gambe! O, che brutta facCIa!"  wink_o.gif

As I said; don't know shit tounge2.gif ,,, can say it, but hate that spelling.

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