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Hi everyone! What language(s) are you studying? What language(s) do you speak?

Now that we're a few more people, I'd like to know a bit more about you guys (and gals)!

I myself speak French as my native language. I'm also fluent in English and Italian, and I'm trying to re-learn Spanish and to learn German and Esperanto.

4 years ago by Bastou with 7 comments

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  • takkane

    I speak Spanish as my native language and I'm learning English and French. I'm intermediate in English and a beginner in French :)

  • TheGuyThatsMeh

    I speak English and Spanish fluently, currently learning Esperanto. After that , I am planning in tackling French and Swedish.

  • elizagard (edited 4 years ago)

    I spoke a little Spanish from the age of 3 until I was about 8, then had one beginning semester of Spanish class when I was 12, and another beginning class at 20-something. Although my pronunciation is easily understood, I speak Spanish like a very small child. I started studying Spanish again using Duo a few months ago.

    I started learning French at 15 and have had classes on and off since then from time to time. When I took the placement test during a one week course in Paris, she said, "Vous parlez assez bien, mais vous avez une petite problème avec la grammaire." Currently, I am maintaining my Duolingo French tree, and am taking B1/B2 classes at Alliance Française. We're reading Le Collier Rouge in one of my classes.

    I recently started learning Dutch about a week ago. Later on this year, I am very fortunate to have a trip to France, Hungary, Austria, Germany, and the Netherlands. So, I'd like to do a bit of the Duolingo German tree as well, which is probably crazy as it's very similar to Dutch and it's not necessary to learn either language at all, but I am going to do it anyway.

    My native language is English, and I'm not fluent in anything other than English. I get by in Spanish and French, but would like to become more proficient in both. Other languages such as Dutch are just for fun at the moment. I won't even tell you the other languages that I'd like to learn.

  • thraenthraen

    I'm an English native and use Dutch, Spanish, and Esperanto with varying levels of success.

  • jmcs

    My native language is Portuguese, but nowadays I spend more time speaking in English. I also know how to speak a little bit of Spanish (or Portuñol to be honest) and French. I'm also learning German by osmosis (I live in Berlin).