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  1. Chinese (Canto and/or Mando and/or other)

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  2. English

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  3. French

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  4. Hacker

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  5. Italian

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  6. Japanese

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  7. Klingon

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  8. Martian

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  9. Punjabi

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  10. Russian

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  11. Spanish

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  12. Other (please post what!)

    4 vote(s)
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  13. 8 voter(s)
  1. Joey Ravn

    Joey Ravn F*** you, Nintendo!
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    Spanish & English. I mean, I mostly talk at English during classes, but my mother language is Spanish. I speak French too. And I'm studying both Portuguese and Italian. And I "speak" Ancient Greek and Latin... if you know what I mean. They can't be spoken "naturally", of course.

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  2. tetsuya

    tetsuya GBAtemp Regular
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    English almost for everything. Broken Vietnamese with the folks. Took Japanese four semester back in high school but forgot almost everything. Probably can't save my life if I had to speak it.
     
  3. CockroachMan

    CockroachMan Scribbling around GBATemp's kitchen.
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    Just wait till I have a child! [​IMG]
     
  4. Doggy124

    Doggy124 GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    Thai
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  5. ashly138

    ashly138 GBAtemp Regular
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  6. Veho

    Veho The man who cried "Ni".
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    Should I mention my seven years of learning Latin and two years of learning ancient Greek? And all I have left is the odd adage or two, and a collection of facts I didn't really want to know about Greek mythology and Roman cuisine. [​IMG]

    (And being able to recognize the "Accusative with Infinitive" construct when I see it in a sentence....)
     
  7. thegame07

    thegame07 GBAtemp Psycho!
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    English only :'(
     
  8. squeaks

    squeaks GBAtemp Regular
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    Chinese at home, English and Filipino at work.
     
  9. IainDS

    IainDS GBAtemp Regular
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    English and some Welsh.
     
  10. Papayo

    Papayo Advanced Member
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    My main language is Dutch. But I can also speak English and a little bit German.
     
  11. DarkAura

    DarkAura Offline
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    0% Klingon? I thought that was a popular language.

    Yay, 400th post [​IMG]
     
  12. fli_guy84

    fli_guy84 GBAtemp Fan
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    Is it true that most Swiss can speak fluently in at least 3 languages?
     
  13. Rulza

    Rulza GBAtemp Regular
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  14. natkoden

    natkoden GBAtemp Maniac
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  15. Bruinbaard

    Bruinbaard GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    Just my common language is Dutch, YAY!
    But my english is also quite good since i use it much when i'm behind the computer
    And i had French at high school till the 3rd grade (We got 6 here) I'm now in the 4th grade and YAY no more french! The note on my list was a 3/10 T-T but I still have german which is getting better and better

    Bruin
     
  16. shaunj66

    shaunj66 GBAtemp Administrator
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    Just good old English for me!
     
  17. DjoeN

    DjoeN Captain Haddock!
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    Voted Other [​IMG]

    Flemish [​IMG], ok, it's the same as Dutch but at least it's Belgium Dutch [​IMG]
     
  18. Jei

    Jei Translator and romhacker wannabe
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    Portuguese.
     
  19. Destructobot

    Destructobot Crave the Hammer
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    I visited Germany several years ago, and every time I asked someone if they spoke English, they said yes. In reality most of them only knew how to say "yes" in English.

    The only Germans I met that spoke good English were waiters (food servers) and people old enough to remember WW2.


    I only speak American English, but I did take half a year of Japanese in high school (I remember how to count, and I can tell the difference between Japanese and Chinese text by looking at it, but I've forgotten everything else).
     
  20. TLSpartan

    TLSpartan Kills threads
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