Well, I speak English fluently, would be rather bad to fail at my native tongue. When I was younger though, I was taught Latin and could read it well, now, not so much, not that I've tried.
I know enough Spanish to get by in my area, "no comprendo espanol".
I'm trying to learn Japanese at the moment, got some family records I'm trying to get a hold of that being able to understand would be good. Any chances I can get a tutor in Japanese?
Originally Posted by Persona 4 Golden
In a wooden shack during a snowstorm...
Naoto: Whoa, S-Senpai...!? *shuffling of clothes* What're you doing...? That... You should stop doing that. I-I mean, this is hardly an ideal location to be trying this...! *gasps* Stop, before you go too deep!
Other than English, I know, like, a sentence in German after taking it for three years.
I took a course in Russian my first semester this last year and I actually learned a good amount of the basics, but I'm not really sure how much I remember after six months without any exposure to it. I have my textbook out staring me in the face, though, and I do intend to pick it up independently if I have to. It's actually a really interesting language, but I'm a little nervous about learning to speak it because the pronunciation is a bit strict and some of the vowel sounds are awkward to make for newcomers to the language.
I am Nesi, your future translator and diplomat. I speak English, German, French, Hungarian and I'm going to learn Swedish and/or Norwegian and Russian one day. In fact I am already teaching these second two/three to myself, but it's a bit difficult without a teacher!
My favourite part of Linguistics is without a doubt comparative linguistics. Hnnnng. As for teaching? Meh, been there done that. I was told I'm good at teaching languages - specifically English - but I don't really feel motivated to work as a teacher. :'> Still, if anyone has questions, I'm willing to help you out to my best knowledge!
Like/dislike? I love every language. Literally, can't think of one I don't. There are things I :/ about, of course: subjonctif in French (hahaha), gender confusion in German, pronunciation in English, soft sign in Russian... but I think of these as cool challenges.
To be a bit mean, the ugliest language I have ever heard is Polish, nonetheless I still want to learn it if I have enough capacity later in my life. But seriously. Too many zh's and consonants and such. x3
I can speak English fluently and French is my second language which I am rather good at since I've been learning it for the past 7 to 8 years of my life also it is compulsory in Quebec... I do understand a bit of spoken Greek too.
I dislike French... a lot. So many verbs that have so many conjugations and exceptions for each god damned verb tense... but other than that it's fine.
If anyone needs help in English or French I'm willing to help
I am fluent in English and I know quite a bit of Spanish. I know enough Spanish to speak it a little and enough to write a lot. I suck at listening and comprehending it, though. Spanish speakers speak way too quickly. Oh, and I can read a lot of Spanish.