|Which languages do you speak, and how have you learned them?
spanish and i learned it from being cussed at
I speak fluent, Hindi and English. I also read and understand Sanskrit.
I speak English quite fluently. I also speak some French and Russian but not well.I have studied English by many ways, from my mother, my teachers, from books, from TV programs in English, daily communication, frequent writing correspondence, frequent reading and listening. The most important as I have experienced is that you have to keep on practising what you have learnt and go on learning to improve.
Japanese and English. Japanese is my native language.
When I was junior high school student, I have learned English
with Japanese Style (to pass an examination).
I speak 100% English and Im struggling to learn French in class, I know the basics.
English - through national swedish schools
German - as above
A bit French, Norwegian and Danish
I speak fluently English and French ( I learned them in school), I'm doing good in Italian and Spanish and I understand some words in German.
Malayalam - Mother tounge
Tamil - Learned when i was a student in Chennai
Hindi - School and is our national language
English - using English more than my mother tounge. Learned from school / college / day to day usage/ books
English - native
Spanish as First Language (mother tongue). English as Second Language (bilingual and trilingual british schools). Intermediate French at secondary school (plus 6 years of private classes) and basic German at University. Basic japanese through private classes.
Swedish: My first language.
English: Fluent, learned from studies in school from early age and from reading and interacting with English speaking people. My fiancé is from England, so nowadays I speak English on a daily basis.
French: My third language, studied for four years in complimentary school but haven't used it much since then. I can communicate very basic phrases.
English, it's my major in the University. Indonesian, mother tongue. And Javanese, cultural language in where I live with.
English, French and Italian.
Italian was learned as a child, English the language we spoke at home, French I learned as a teen babysitting.
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