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Do you speak another language besides your mother tongue?

Do you speak another language besides your mother tongue?

username52599

English lmao


N3tw0rkl1v3

What is your native language?


username52599

Telugu :)


Objective-Nerd20

Nice same lol


I-rape-jesus

Wtf same for me


Voelkar

After reading your username I'd say you need Jesus but this might be the wrong use words lol


Lets-burn-the-witch

Typo, he is a Christian rapper.


Orange2218

Mine is Kannada


AndThereWasNothing

Actually it's spelled Canada /s


[deleted]

Mine is தமிழ்


Orange2218

Malayalam?


[deleted]

Try again.


Orange2218

Tamil?


[deleted]

yes.


Orange2218

:-) I was sure it was a Dravidian language but not Kannada and Telugu. I was confused between Malayalam and Tamil.


HuckleberryThick9372

mine's Hindi


Orange2218

I know Hindi very well


No1uNo135

Arabic ت


wW2_FaN_Modeller1134

Hey, you I'm taking that smiley


Maurice1337

Ü


iLazyAF

ن


Kudorix


NotFishFcker

عربيك


vizex9

نايس


KemoM1nd

We can make a م out of this. (The letter م is called meme in arabic)


kaitmik

Sign language! Not really speaking though haha


MightGuyGonna

Which country’s sign language?


kaitmik

American Sign Language:) my mom taught it to me when I was a baby


1960somethingbatman

Oof. I wish my mother taught me sign language. My parents both can sign and they purposefully chose not to teach us kids so they could talk over our heads.


kaitmik

That sucks! You should learn it and not tell them and see if they try, that would be funny :) my sister and I did the same thing but flipped, once we learned more than baby signs from classes we didn’t teach our parents on purpose


[deleted]

Me too! I took three different sign language classes but they all taught the exact same thing, so I’m not very good but if someone did it slowly I could probably figure out what they’re saying lol.


SenryuCherry

That's the best language to learn :)


DocJacktheRipper

Yet, I dont know where


Willy-W0nka

Russian


just_a_dude2727

Какой твой родной язык?


Tri7on99

Французский


I-rape-jesus

I can speak russia to: kalishnakov mosin vodka


Russian-berry

Same


BRUHGUY888

English


[deleted]

I know Punjabi, because of my Mom Dad, Hindi, because of my friends, English, because of school, Marathi, because I live in Mumbai.


ValleyNyx

Punjabi representtttt


S-Trident

🇨🇦 moment


YTAftershock

Multilingual moment


BreathOfFreshWater

Which


Blue_Baron6451

Je suis apprentissage à parle francais, mais moi ne pas bon dans ce domaine.


ktops111

Oui oui baguette


austincihknnuggit

Croquet Monsieur


zatyaki

*croissant*


ktops111

_Omelete du fromage_


increbelle

Classic


Damafio

*Classique


Winsas

Not bad! You can also say, j'apprend à parler le français, je ne suis pas encore très bon dans ce domaine.


No-Mathematician678

Bon courage !


[deleted]

I someone knew this was French without actually reading it lol


RedQueen283

English, french, and a bit of norwegian


Roz_28

English and I am trying to learn arabic lol Urdu/Hindi is my mother tongue


Spencer2091

My Spanish isn't good enough to write a book, but it's enough to work at Walmart.


NatoBoram

My English is good enough to write a book but not enough to work at Walmart


Thebenmix11

Touché


BS_BlackScout

Donde esta la agua? Yo necesito carne. (idk spanish, I speak Portuguese)


DefinitelyNotAFurryO

Agua, even if it can be femenine, it's usally masculine, you can say "las aguas" but in this case is "el agua"


BS_BlackScout

I see, it's feminine in Portuguese that's why I went with la agua


tkTheKingofKings

It's feminine in every romance language, that's why I was confused when I saw "el" before "agua" when I was learning Spanish.


N3tw0rkl1v3

what can you say in Spanish?


Spencer2091

"Would you like a bag?" "Your total is xyz" "I'm going to call for some help: "Just give it a second" (this is often for the credit card reader) Those are the most useful things I say


RikTheDemigod

English, French, Hindi, Creole


Iertjepapiertje

Which creole language? There are dozens.


RikTheDemigod

mauritian


[deleted]

What's your native language.


RikTheDemigod

Bengali is my mother tongue, I speak hindi(native language) cause I live in India, I know French and Creole cause I lived in Mauritius for 9 years and I learnt English by reading a lot of books


[deleted]

oh , ok. So are you from Mauritus or India? I mean birth place.


RikTheDemigod

India


ChriseFTW

say something to me in frenchh (;


RikTheDemigod

Je peut dire quelque chose a toi mais, tu ne comprendras rien


Lokolooks26

Je peux te dire quelque chose mais tu ne comprendras rien*


RikTheDemigod

Mon français n'est plus bien maintenant parceque ça fait 5 ans que je l'ai parlé


rabatek

Je suis fier de toi inconnu


Eli4t

English


N3tw0rkl1v3

what is your native language?


Eli4t

Hebrew


Sirlord_of-nee13

Same here dude


Snowfox_exe

YOOOO


Impossible-Shift-260

מה נשמע?


OfirGabay4

כנ"ל


Eli4t

צ'אד


lutkul

Let's go for this enchantment, I hope it will give fire aspect


Eli4t

lol


Ezequiel-052

I ꖎ╎ꖌᒷ ʖ⚍∷∷╎ℸ ̣ 𝙹ᓭ


Krocsyldiphithic

English and Japanese. Am Norwegian


JoshuahMayhem

How hard was it to learn japanese for you? I was thinking about trying to learn it


Krocsyldiphithic

Grammatically, quite easy, and phonetically it's one of the simplest languages on earth. Writing and reading it, however, is something even Japanese natives spend a lifetime learning.


PassiveChemistry

Why did they let their writing system get so complicated?


Stigglesworth

Ask the Chinese. The Japanese writing system is a modified import of Chinese characters. Japanese is easier to learn (I think) because at least there's a phonetic set of characters that any of the word characters can be written in. There's actually three phonetic sets, though one set of characters is for loan words and emphasis (like italics) and the other is just the official Roman character version of the writing. Knowing Japanese you can even suss out the meaning of many random Chinese things because the characters are so similar (signs, company names, etc.). You won't be able to say what they are called in Chinese, though.


Dojan5

As a Swede, I agree with /u/Krocsyldiphithic - Japanese is really quite an elegant language. The basic grammar is rather straightforward, and compared to a lot of languages the phonetics are very simple. Uttering the correct noises isn't too challenging, but uttering them the right way *may* prove slightly more challenging as Japanese is a tonal language. 橋(はし) and 箸(はし) both have the same kana but they're pronounced differently. Swedish (and given the similarity I'd wager Norwegian) is a tonal language as well. Not quite to the same extent as say Mandarin where the entire sentence hinges on the tone and if you get it wrong it's nonsensical, but enough so that the sentence can drastically change meaning if you get the tonality wrong. Personally I'm glad I learned Japanese. It started off as a job but turned into a hobby over time. I've learned a lot about not just Japan and Japanese, but also tidbits about the history and politics of the China-Korea-Japan region. There's a certain amount of linguistic overlap between the three and if you start digging you'll find a lot of interesting things.


[deleted]

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topolsek123

Yea I speak English


polysnip

Deutsch, y pocito español.


N3tw0rkl1v3

Poquito*


polysnip

Goes to show how much I really know. :p


OvercookedKevin

Enough Japanese to work in a business setting but still not fluent. Only little bits of other languages. Teaching myself some Greek now but the alphabet is proving difficult to get used to seeing as they use similar letters for completely different pronunciations to English lol


yabaisekai

Business Japanese seems almost like a different language to regular Japanese. It’s so difficult.


kevinfc92

German and English. My German is very rough since I never speak it


Hazgebu

German and English. My English is very rough since I rarely speak it


Objective-Nerd20

Other than my mother tongue (telugu) I speak English, Hindi and a bit of french (learnt it in school as an extra Language)


StonyTark77

Other than Hindi I am fluent in English and Urdu,a bit of Arabic and Turkish


Memeaplier9000

French


No-Significance6935

French


lazypotato1729

English hindi marathi


Zalminen

Fluent in Finnish and English, mostly ok in Swedish, can read basic instructions in Spanish and Dutch and currently studying Japanese.


SNlFFASS

French


ewpx

Two mother tongues: Russian and Hebrew, and I also speak English


queer-sunflower

english and french


Brokengirl96

Arabic (Lebanese dialect), and a bit of French.


Umar_Jagirdar

My Mother Tongue is Urdu, can speak Arabic, English and Hindi.


dnoj

Sugon


ricebowlchina

Mandarin, Chinese. Native language is English.


shashwat_senpai

English lol


ihatelasanga

English


Youmustneverask

Hindi english german Italian, my mother tongue is Punjabi.


SoRrYtHaTnAmEiStAkOn

English,German,a bit of French,most Balkan languages ( from Republic of Serbia )


Ricochet556

Yes french


KematianGaming

English and small bits of Spanish


PixelCake7879

English and Hindi


hsv123456789

English , Tamil hindi , urdu and German


654467894

English and a tiny bit of French. I'm Dutch


Brachiozaur

English and somewhat German. Native Polish speaker


Environmental_Top948

Which Fluent in Swedish. some German some Russian and some Gaelic. Enough Japanese to order food and Navigate. I can read a lot better than I can speak though.


Kotoamatsukami_07

Hindi and English besides my mother tongue.


existential_dread26

english and german, my native language is hungarian


MisturBanana1

English


WarsofGears

English and German


admiral-ackbar-PRO

English and a little german


vetkoek115

English hahah


ymymymmymymy

English, french, german


ratohnhake-ton

English and french(broken)


Rusteez_

English and cuss words in Spanish


noGhost69

English


Kujujuk

English and german


ScaredAlpaga

English, Spanish and German, I am French


CJPsalm139

Kind of. I speak a modicum of Spanish, and I'm currently learning Dutch. So yes and no.


ComfortableVariety48

I speak English natively and I clicked yes but I'm not very proficient (only been learning it for around 200 days), I plan on learning Indonesian and Japanese just for fucks sake


lexorty

English


TadaHrd

English It's kinda easy compared to my native language


TheEvilGhost

I can do Dutch, English, French, German, Khmer.


VattghernCZ

English and german


prehistory

I speak English very well, plus a bit of Chinese and a bit of French. Tiny little bit of Japanese. Native German speaker.


F_Joe

German, French and English


GeorgeLefcos

English


antitutkal

English


Adam_Checkers

English and Dutch (Dutch more understanding and speaking and less writing) my mother tongue is german


Winnie_the_Pee

French


MustyDemon666420

I was taught English and Spanish at the same time, i cant apeak either of them well.


KaskayVoyager

English and Russian


The-XIVth-Kuzunoha

English, I'm bilingual


Charlie-2305

English


Snowfox_exe

English and a bit of Arabic


loveforchelsea

English, Hindi and a bit of French


Orange2218

English, Hindi and Gujarati


Marjacujaman

English and a bit french


Luketalor

My mother's from England and my dad's from Bulgaria so technically I've two mother tongues. I also speak French and a bit of polish.


Red_Golem_

English; Spanish


DomboDucky

English


Kolikoasdpvp

English, Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian


space-juice

English, German and a bit of French


l_welken11

Native : English Second : Afrikaans (basically all I speak lately) Third : Latin (Still learning)


EndAggressive7263

english , tamil and hindi . My mother tongue is telugu edit : spellings


DangerNoodle314

English, Mandarin, a bit of Spanish


Jqfl2

French


PicUpTheLantern

english, german(only counts half), a bit of french and im learning chinese atm


Monsun647

Sure, mothers tounge(croatian), then other laguanges bosnian, serbian, montenegran, english and german


Iwrstheking007

native is arabic, kurdish, and Indonesian (though I can't speak Indonesian), I know english and danish other than those


[deleted]

english, a bit french and german


Pkorniboi

English, and a bit French and Latin


YoCrustyDude

English and Spanish :)


iziyan

Bangla/Bengali in my native language, English is my second language (even though I'm better at it then in bengali) Hindi acts as third And with hindi, you have already learned Urdu (Aka arabized-Persinized Hindi) And German is my fifth


Stefanskap

English and German. I'm Swedish.


drxcomxnxa

English, hindi, malayalam, tamil, Arabic, and japanese


Thehypocrite911

English,Hindi/Urdu(speak but not can't read or write), Arabic(can read and write but can't speak) Native: Bengali


DirSam

English. My mother tongue is French.


ricardo_dutch

German


FinQuarZ

English and Swedish. I'm from Finland


The_Dumb_Guy69420

English Native language is Filipino


aymane1463

my mother language is moroccan arabic and i speak english, french and classical arabic


hurtfocker

Franch


mastyogi

Hindi English and some Spanish


M0R60TH

Engelska, hehe


Educational-Garlic23

Hindi,Marathi,English,A bit of Farsi,Hebrew and German. Btw Marathi is my mother tongue


Loud_Video_3261

Japanese


super-eric

english and mandrin


handsenitizzer

English


dcnairb

Ich kann (ein bisschen) Deutsch


AnarcaNarca

Spanish native. English C1. Medium Italian and french. A bit of mandarin, Latin and hiaknoori.


the_straw_hatted

My mother's tongue is Hebrew, I also speak English and Arabic


Nico_LaBras

Well... My mother tongue is German. I speak English basically fluently. I also understand Russian and Spanish to a high degree but my active vocabulary is effectively non-existent lol


ghostfindersgang9000

English.


ReenactorBelgian

English, French and German