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I've traveled a lot in my career and enjoy learning the language of the country I'm in. With English as my native language, I can get by in French and Spanish. I also know a small amount of German, Russian and Mandarin Chinese. Considering that one in seven people in the world speak Chinese, I'd like to become more conversant in Mandarin. That's not one of the choices in the question.21
I've been learning Italian for the past four years, and I would love to get at the ''perfect'' level of it (get a certificate and all). It's a beautiful language. I would also love to learn Spanish (I understand quite a lot of it and know some basic phrases, but I would like to become fluent), Russian (I already speak one Slavic language, and they are extremely difficult but beautiful), and Arab. Lately, I've been interested in sign language too and thought about learning it.
I just love languages, and I would like to learn plenty of them xD18
First I need to master English. Although I'm fluent in it I have grammatical mistakes sometimes. After English I will think if learning other languages like French and Spanish.25
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Of these I speak Arabic French and English - and yes fluently - I'm not a fan of Spanish just because everyone wants to speak Spanish even though Italian is a much better language - Persian is something I wouldn't like because I'm not a fan of the people who speak it - Greek for the philosophy and culture I guess - Or maybe Russian for the women - Or maybe Armenian because back in Lebanon I had Armenian friends as well as my hairstylist being Armenian - I miss that dude11
I'd like to be more proficient with Spanish, Japanese, German & Italian.
I'd like to begin learning and eventually mastering Chinese because it's important to understand your adversaries.11
Dutch, as I hope to move and work there later this year. I already have a little knowledge. So many Dutch people speak excellent English, it would be nice to hold a conversation in their own language.11
English would be nice, I have been speaking it natively for 42 years now and I still only have a working knowledge.13
Ah, all languages tbh. I speak Japanese, I’m learning Spanish, Chinese and Korean. I looove languages so much ❤️13
Of those only French really interests me. Although Spanish would be far more practical.11
I've been learning German over the last two months or and I definitely want to continue, but I think I will have to move to Germany or at the very least get a tutor.11
I would like to speak Italian since that is where my ancestors are from.22
Japanese, because I like watching anime. It is difficult to read the subtitle and watch anime at the same time. Sometimes I even miss one action just to read the subtitles.10
I speak English and German.
I'm probably done learning languages but if I could wave a magic wand and add a third language it would probably be Spanish.11
it seems to be more prevalent now, so it would help make things a bit easier.
We do have Spanish speaking patients, and we really need to be able to communicate with them.11
I do talk a bit of Spanish, would like to learn more.11
As far as the ones on here I say French. If there was a choice for other I said Japanese12
None of those. I learned to speak German in high school.11
More dinosaurs. I’m basically a master for Iguanadon and all dinosaurs speak the same just their different sounds are the equivalent of our accents13
I don't need to learn foreign languages. Here in India, other states languages are good enough for now😅.10
Oooh, I would love to learn French, Russian, Japanese, and sign language.
Not because I'm really trying to, but it could be awesome.10
Sign language because it's more beneficial to the field I work in.11
I can already speak Spanish, so the next thing I'm trying to learn is Chinese. Although I really wish I could speak all the languages in the world.11
I would like to learn and speak Turkmen or Uzbek languages11
I was born, raised, and still live in California. I took two years of Spanish in high school. I recall very little, though.
I have and still do run into quite a few Spanish speaking people and have visited Mexico many times.
My wife and I spent two weeks in San Miguel de Allende and Guanajuato a couple years ago. Before our trip, we tried learning some Spanish. My pronunciation isn't bad, but I can't remember vocabulary.
Anyway, Spanish would be handy for me. Unfortunately, hablo muy poco español. Mi español es muy malo. LOL
I admire people who are bilingual and multilingual.