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

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  2. English

    2 vote(s)
    25.0%
  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)
    50.0%
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  1. Nero

    Nero GBAtemp RPG Maniac
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    English for the win? [​IMG]

    My parents speak broken english. But I don't live with them no more. (Moved out a year ago)

    ~Nero
     
  2. Pulka

    Pulka Advanced Member
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    I speak swedish!
     
  3. Chotaz

    Chotaz I'm back! :D
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    me speaks PORTUGUESE!
     
  4. lawliet

    lawliet Advanced Member
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    I speak Mandarin with my parents, Singlish (a Singaporean dialect of English that mixes Mandarin, English, Malay and some chinese dialects.) to my friends.

    I try to use proper English when I type.
     
  5. Ducky

    Ducky QUACKJECTION!
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    I speak hebrew at home , and friends and all ..

    But on the computer I always take English ! ALWAYS !!!!!!! MUHAHAHAHAHAH P.S.
    I also see ONLY shows on english...
     
  6. Flozem

    Flozem GBAtemp Regular
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    A Dutch dialect.
     
  7. Qpido

    Qpido Call me Q.
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    Dutch.

    Q~
     
  8. Nomearod

    Nomearod GBAtemp Regular
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  9. Veho

    Veho The man who cried "Ni".
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    Because Nintendo stuff costs an arm and a leg in most Portugese-speaking countries (Portugal itself not included), so there aren't many Portugese-speaking DS owners outside Portugal, and Portugal itself is small [​IMG]
     
  10. jelbo

    jelbo Ōkami!
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    Dutch! And English, and a little bit of German.
     
  11. Algot

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    Swedish!
     
  12. Digeman

    Digeman GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    Swedish and armenian [​IMG]
     
  13. AndreXL

    AndreXL GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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  14. Beelzebozo

    Beelzebozo GBAtemp Regular
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    English, Polish and Afrikaans.

    Afrikaans is a retarded version of Dutch.

    I'm currently studying Australian because you bastards abbreviate everything.
     
  15. Shidori

    Shidori Newbie
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    Hello, i'm new here [​IMG]

    I found this thread and amazingly there's no portuguese in the list, i don't understand the reason why because i know a lot of portuguese speakers who play DS or Wii (and not only in Portugal or Brazil, i mean everywhere!)

    I'm always disappointed by how this language is underestimated [​IMG]

    Myself i speak french mainly and portuguese, i try learning spanish and english (i hope i'm understandable!)

    Sorry if my english is bad, i'll try to raise my level up [​IMG]
     
  16. NeoSaSI

    NeoSaSI Member
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    French at work,
    Tamil with my family,
    and English on the net!

    Tamil characters (one of the old south indian language) [​IMG] :
    [​IMG]
     
  17. noamkot

    noamkot Advanced Member
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    Heh, while going through the comments here, I was getting worried I might be the first Hebrew speaker to comment [​IMG]
    I speak Hebrew at home and work. English (which I also learned from video games, thanks to Roberta Williams) is mostly used for E-mails.
    I also studied some basic Arabic at school and I can understand a little bit of Romanian (but only in the context of the stuff that my grandma moans about [​IMG] ).
     
  18. gh0ul

    gh0ul GBAtemp Regular
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    I know English and a bit of Korean
     
  19. TGBoy

    TGBoy GBAtemp Regular
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    English everywhere and at home
    Malayalam wit relatives
    Lil bit of French
     
  20. Dingler

    Dingler GBAtemp Fan
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