I really want to learn German. I learned it at school and I was pretty good but when I left I forgot all of it. Sad times.
My Polish colleague is teaching me Polish too. That’s a nice language to learn.posted over 2 years ago
love this topic, languages are one of my main interests. ^^ I’m french, I have english, russian and german classes at university, and I used to have spanish and latin classes at school, but I would like to try japanese, portugese and italian. in fact I would love to learn so many languages …posted over 2 years ago
I can speak Spanish,French, and Italian fluently.
But I want to learn Russian and Portuguese.
I would like to learn italian..i just visited Italy and it sounds so romantic! as Frank Sinatra says..That’s amore! :)posted over 2 years ago
Im in my second year of spanish and i have to say its pretty easy. But i guess thats because Im fluent in Samoan. But i understand a little bit of Tagalog, however i want to become fluent in that language. I have a lot of multi-cultural friends so Im trying to learn a lot of languages. I think its fun to learn new languages and learn different peoples cultures. =)posted about 2 years ago
i’d love to learn so many languages. japanese, korean, danish, french, Portuguese…. those are the main onesposted over 1 year ago
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I want ti learn Portuguese Brazil Language , it seems interesting and the culture is interestingposted over 1 year ago
Definitely Italian! I thought it sounds really beautiful!
I’ve actually taken a beginner’s lesson for a semester during my varsity days. But, after some years, I’ve now forgotten most of the vocabs which is a pity. :(posted over 1 year ago
I really, really, REALLY want to learn (fluently) Japanese, German, and Swedish.
From all the anime I’ve watched over the years, I can say a few words and phrases in Japanese, but hardly enough to form a sentence, let alone hold a conversation.
I used to study German in school as well, but gave it up after GCSEs after being told by my teacher that I was “incapable of learning languages”. Ouch. I regret it now though; I’ve lost almost everything I learned and am seriously wanting it back!
As for Swedish, well… I can swear a little? But that’s all I know sadly, haha, would really love to learn it properly though, anyone willing to teach me? xDposted over 1 year ago