I speak Arabic, French, English, fluently, a little bit of German, and I am learning Russia, I would like to learn Japanes,Spanish and Chinese, what about you??
Matt, I think it alllll depends on the language itself. Romance languages are easier to learn one after another, like Italian, Spanish, and French, for example, because of the sentence structure, similarities in words, etc.
Germanic languages like Dutch, Austrian, and German are the same way. But learning Chinese after learning Dutch just wouldn’t be that easy IMO.
I’m fluent only in English, and I speak pretty decent Spanish but I only ever use it in the summer so I don’t get enough practice. I used to be able to speak/read a little Russian but I’ve forgotten most of it.
French and English fluently. I can usually get the gist of what I read in Spanish and Italian, although I want to be conversational. After that I want to learn Portuguese and Arabic. Mandarin too. I work at a language school, and a linguist told me in the first year of their lives, babies just take in the sounds of the language, just listen.. and then they’ll learn it. Figure its the same for adults so I’m just gonna take it in for now..
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Fluent in Dutch(native), English and French. I’m learning German and Italian in college and even chinese has been added to the list recently. This is all in order of Fluency. I’m always eager to learn new languages and I know little bits and pieces out of many other languages because of it. (Russian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish,)
At the university the conversation turns quite often to this topic for some mysterious way… probably because I’m foreign…
fluent in spanish and english, fluent-ish in french
wow after reading about all the languages you guys speak, makes me wanna go learn a new one :D i actually took 2 semesters of japanese, first semester was alright, but second semester was too much so i had to drop it :(