I'm just curious to see what languages our members speak!! Let us know what languages you speak and which one(s) are your native language.

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American English (native) and moderate fluency in American Sign Language.

'Way better at comprehending written Spanish than spoken.

And enough Japanese to know when I'm on the hot seat.
American English and embarassingly clumsy but enthusiastic Spanish.
american english (native); French (though not as fluent now since I haven't used it recently) currently studying Japanese (speak like a child, but can read at a middle school level)
American English, Norwegian (native), decent Swedish and Danish, French, German and enough Spanish to destroy a good recipe.
English (native) and Latin, actually. Not a lot of Latin.. but it is helpful in a lot of other subjects.
English and ASL are my native languages, also Greek.
Cantonese is my mother tongue but English has more or less overwritten it. Some French (mostly reading) and a little Japanese which I studied in school. I also know a wee bit of Farsi, mainly food vocabulary!

I speak Turkish(native) and English.

English is my native language, I'm also fluent in American Sign Language and can understand a very small bit of French, Spanish, German.

German (native), English, Spanish, a little bit of Portuguese and I am trying to learn some French.

i speak english,french(native),yiddish german

my mother tongue was german even though i was born in france also speak yiddish & learned some hebrew & of course latin in school which i loved

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