Europe: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Greek, Basque, Russian, Armenian, Icelandic, Swedish, Finnish, Serbo-Croatian, Czech
Sub-Saharan Africa: Swahili, Zulu, Amharic, Yoruba
Western Asia: Arabic, Hebrew, Farsi, Turkish
South Asia: Hindi
East Asia: Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese, Shanghainese, Taiwanese), Japanese, Korean
Southeast Asia: Burmese, Thai, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Malay
I suck at learning languages, but I always wanted to be fluent in Spanish for work purposes, even though I hate Spanish and everything about how it sounds. I know intermediate Spanish, but am not fluent and conversational.
And living in South Korea, I've been slowly trying to learn Korean, but it's literally the second hardest language to learn in the world, behind Mandarin Chinese, and harder than both Arabic and Japanese. It takes 88 weeks of studying to learn Korean and I've barely been in this country for two years and certainly didn't have time to take Korean classes everyday with the pandemic.
I just suck at learning languages. I had to get a Master's degree just to master English.