The usual we learn here in Belgium: Dutch, French, German and English. My English is really good since I go to the UK quite often, got rid of my American-Dutch accent and sound English now :-) My German kinda sucks, I only learned it for two years and my French could be better but isn't horrible.
I learned some Spanish in high school - three years worth, and I loved it, but didn't keep up with it after I graduated. I still know a lot of the basic vocab, but am bad at conjugating the verbs. I'm taking it again in college and I'm hoping more of it will stick this time. I've always loved the Spanish language.
I'm fluent in English (obviously) and American Sign Language. I would love to learn French or Italian because they are beautiful languages, or something obscure and pretty like Celtic or Gaelic. But as I live in California, I should probably be learning Spanish, but the Spanish around here is all ghetto and ugly so I think I'll pass.
I actually don't speak any language other than English, I'd love to learn how to speak Italian and Russian. My father's family is Italian, my mother's family is Russian...my great grandma speaks russian and ithought it would be really cool if I could have a conversation with her in Russian, and I don't know I guess I'd feel closer to my father if I talked Italian (never met him) :P
I am a native Greek and English speaker, speak fluent Japanese (picked up it from high school onward) and advanced Ancient Greek. Also I have some rudimentary German and Italian and Spanish language skills. I intend to learn German in time and am also very partial to French.
well my primary language is English, how ever I grew up in a border town between the U.S/Mexican border and my mother is also Mexican, Ironically I never took the time to learn Spanish, (not fully anyway) I could understand it however I cannot speak it, or very little of it, once I get that language down I am going to learn Japanese, either that or Mandarin.