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你几个国家会说?How many languages can you speak?

Asked by jlelandg (3536points) June 5th, 2008

just seeing if they’d let me ask. In another language.

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2late2be's avatar

how did you did that???

BronxLens's avatar

They should allow it. Answering in other than English is not prohibited in the Posting guidelines.
And as an answer to your question, Spanish, English, Italian, Portuguese, French and Turkish, as long as we are clear that speaking and ‘knowing’ are not the same. I can read all Romance laguages + Turkish out aloud which technically I would have spoken, although only 3 of them would be in my opinion languages that I understand.

AstroChuck's avatar

4. Amirican English, British English, Latin American Spanish & Pig Latin.

Allie's avatar

English fluently, I’m pretty good at speaking/reading/writing Spanish, and some Greek.

Randy's avatar

English and just a tad bit of Spanish.

FlyingPanda's avatar

Do you speak mandarin natively?

babygalll's avatar

English and Arabic both fluently.

Wine3213's avatar

English, Spanish, Japanese, and some Swahili.

richardhenry's avatar

Just English. I’m hoping to learn Japanese at some point, I would quite like to live there for a month or two.

nocountry2's avatar

Hablo espanol y English…and I know the ASL alphabet ;)

jlelandg's avatar

I don’t speak mandarin fluently, in fact that sentence might have had a mistake in the location of the words but I’m working on it. I hope more Americans learn a second language.

wizard's avatar

@2late2be, wouldn’t love to do this ♥?

Notreallyhere's avatar

This is getting way out my league.

exek1's avatar

English and Spanish….. I Would like to learn French…...

Notreallyhere's avatar

Vamos a escribir en otro idioma ahora?

nocountry2's avatar

it would certainly make things more interesting, eh?

Notreallyhere's avatar

Just for some lucky bastards

nocountry2's avatar

como nosotros?

susanc's avatar

Nous pouvons peut-etre parler en tous nos langues, pourquoi pas?

Notreallyhere's avatar

oh…oh…Si seguimos va a venir la migra

exek1's avatar

je n’aime pas notreallyhere

Notreallyhere's avatar

Dude get over it

wildflower's avatar

Speak: Faroese, Danish, English
Fully comprehend: Norwegian, Swedish
Mostly comprehend: Icelandic
Understand/speak some: German, Dutch, Spanish

susanc's avatar

Je ne comprend pas pourquoi on n’aime pas “pas vraiment ici”.

blueberryme's avatar

French and English, and I’m trying to pick up Spanish. Wish I remembered more from my two semesters of ASL in college.

ckinyc's avatar

Cantonese, English and Rubbish!

eambos's avatar

Native english speaker who can comprehend and speak spanish fairly well.

nocountry2's avatar

Damn Wildflower where’d you pick up Faroese? My best friend is Persian and I still can’t get the hang of it…

Skyrail's avatar

English and that’s it which annoys me seeing as it makes me lazy as people have to fall back and use English for my sake, which I feel bad. But eh, I’m not a languages person I struggled in school to learn Spanish and German but I would love to learn the latter again.

ezraglenn's avatar

Hebrew, English, some Italian. I want to learn French, though.

erixer's avatar

Fluent in English and Spanish, advanced in Mandarin Chinese.

You said “How many countries can you speak?” You might want to say ”你会说几个语言?”

buster's avatar

does ebonics count?

brownlemur's avatar

English (native), Spanish, French, Malagasy, Latin, Hebrew (all but forgotten now), Mandarin.

Cardinal's avatar

English, barely.

stephen's avatar

english and chinese,and did you just wanna say:你会说几种语言?with that chinese sentence,

Noon's avatar

Fluent West coast American English, and American Sign Language, Manually transliterated English (the three “languages” [two languages,one code] I use for by work). Azorian Portuguese and Californian Spanish with some proficiency. Can get by, one on one with most romance languages. Can also carry a short conversation in Esperanto, and can spit out a few Cantonese and Japanese phrases.

wildflower's avatar

Faroese is my native language. Guess you could say I picked it up at home :)
I’m crap at written Faroese now though – having lived abroad for the last 13 years.

_bob's avatar

Spanish, English, Italian and some very rusty German.

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