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View Poll Results: How many languages can you speak?
Just the one 14 28.57%
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Old 06-11-2003, 03:51 PM   #46
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I know spainsh and german(tho I have noticed I am starting to forget things)

and I am in the process of sharping my Irish and Italian!!


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Old 06-12-2003, 01:16 PM   #47
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I speak Spanish because that's my native tongue. I can also speak Italian because my grandparents were Italian and that's how I learnt it. I speak English (duh!) cus that's my college degree.
And now I'm learning Irish courtesy of my boyfriend Brian! Go raibh maith agat!

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Old 06-12-2003, 02:29 PM   #48
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...some English (i didn't learn it because it's pretty, but because you don't find many Americans and British who are willing and able to talk a foreign language)
i am one of those few Americans who is willing to learn and talk a foreign language. i really wish i had more exposure to speaking foreign languages as a kid. it is a shame, because when i was a child there was not a need to speak a foreign language, hearing a different language other than English was rare, but now Atlanta is big international city and it is annoying to me now to not be able to speak different languages. i am too timid at times to attempt to speak a different language because i am worried i will throw in a southern drawl into the pronunciation and sound like a complete fool. there is a huge demand for adults in the working world to be bi and multi-lingual now and classes for foreign languages are in huge demand and fill up very fast.

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