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What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 19:49:22


Luna {TJC}
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Just like the title sayes what languages do Warlighters speak and optionaly what how long have you spoke that or been learning?

For me its:
English (whole life)
Spanish (casualy been learning it for a few year plan to increase intensity of learning soon)

Also talk about cultures and what not... Will post an mini embarrassing / funny story about me accidently acting like a cock in France tomorrow. Story like that very welcome here.

Edited 10/20/2015 19:53:14
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 19:51:19


Lolicon love
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English since birth
at like 5 I began to learn Irish
and about 4 years ago I began to learn french.
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 19:54:28


Luna {TJC}
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You any good at irish now? also is calling someone a mick actually offensive in Ireland
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 19:55:03


Cata Cauda
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German (whole life)
English (Since 1st grade of grammar school... I am still failing...)
Latin (Well, I dont speak it but I learn a bit of it in school and privat.

Culture?
Puh, not much to say... we love schnitzel (I mean the food...) and all kind of mountains.. oh yeah we love mountains! They are everywhere and nowhere... In some parts of Austria you have so many mountains that you cant even see them.

Edit: Grammar

Edited 10/20/2015 19:55:46
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 19:58:11


Lolicon love
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more or less fluent
and I have never heard mick used as an insult so I'd say no.
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 20:06:04


Min34 
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I can speak Dutch, English and basic German

I can read French, Italian, Latin and Ancient Greek (useless I know) as well
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 20:09:39


Luna {TJC}
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To be fair I would like to learn Latin one day but wow you know a fair few languages.
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 20:17:36


Eklipse
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I know English, obviously.

Aside from that I just have a VERY basic knowledge of Spanish.

I really want to learn German and Russian though.
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 20:19:15


master of desaster 
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not the easiest plan Eklipse ^^

german, French and english for me. French is the worst tough.

also very very limited latin knowledge

almost forgot the most important. swiss german! switzerland ftw!

Edited 10/20/2015 20:19:43
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 20:19:56


Belgian Gentleman 
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I'm Flemmish de facto 'Belgian' although I rather joke about it . It's not uncommon in Flanders , just like Gerrit and his peerd.

Languages:

Gaga oegoe - baby language (learnt at birth)

(South-West-)Flemmish - (since I was 2 years old)

Dutch - I have learnt this language on elementary school. (I was 6 years old)

French - (began learning at the age of 8)

(Ch'tis) French Flemmish - French dialect around Hazebrouck (learnt at the age of 10)

English - (I was folowing English lessions at the age of 13)

German - Horrendously bad, had a 41% for my exams for German when I was 16, still passed through(taught in school at the age of 14)


For the future:

Spanish - maybe soon but due the financial crisis I rather don't want to.

Serbian - A friend of me now tries to teach me Serbian.. without succes. I just have learnt some swearwords in Serbian.

Japanese - At this moment I only know some hentai terms from my ex-girlfriend of 2 years ago.
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 20:48:55


Riveath
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Polish (since birth)

French (since I was 6. Came to Belgium at that age and my parents wanted me to know French rather than English. Well, today, I wouldn't have made that choice, to be honest, but it is how it is)

English (for 4 years. Surprisingly not much. I learned a lot chatting on the net)

I also know bits from Italian and Spanish, as well as from German, but I doubt it's enough to communicate efficiently and be understandable. More or less like Belgian Gentleman knows Serbian :P

I never actually learned Flemish/Dutch. Even though I technically live in Flanders (5 km away from Brussels, but Brussels is surrounded by Flanders)
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 20:53:41


DomCobb
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English (since about maybe 2)
German (for a year)

Culture: America
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 21:31:59


OnlyThePie
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English (life)
Spanish (3rd year of learning)
French (A few words because Canada)
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 21:40:45


Angry Panda
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French (at birth)
Basque (since 3/4 years old at kindergarten until 14)
English (elementary school 10)
Spanish (middle school 13 but understood it since half my classmates were Spaniards, as I live next to the French/Spanish border)
German (tried one year yeah..)
Latin (middle school also one year for a trip in Rome yay)

Started to learn Chinese at Uni.
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/20/2015 22:58:39


Von Jewburg
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English (since birth)
Latin and French (learning)
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/21/2015 00:47:57


prussianbleu
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Spanish and English (Since Birth)
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/21/2015 00:49:45

An abandoned account
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Language spoken: English (1st language)

Languages that I've tried to learn and failed and given up on:
  • French (aged 11 to 14, at school) (current knowledge: almost nothing)
  • Spanish (aged 12 to 16, at school) (current knowledge: a few words and a vague understanding of the grammar of basic sentences)
  • Cornish (aged 20, was being taught by a former housemate from Cornwall) (current knowledge: a handful of words, which is all my housemate knew to be fair)


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What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/21/2015 06:33:31


Blank
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Language spoken: Polish (I'm from Poland), Swedish (I live in Sweden), English (School and the Internet).

Languages that I've tried to learn but gave up on:

French (School. Fuck you French)


Culture - We drink a lot of vodka, steal a lot of cars and we are pretty much a glorified Jewish graveyard for many people.

Edited 10/21/2015 06:35:09
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/21/2015 07:00:47


Lord of Turnips
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English and Japanese.

As for culture in Australia we like sport, pretending to be more cultured than we are, hating either Queensland or New South Wales (two main Australian states). And also convincing foreigners that we ride kangaroos too school. We do honestly.
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/21/2015 07:52:04


The Mad Japanese
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English (1st Language)

Japanese (A bit rusty)

Cebuano (sort of a bit)

Italian (sort of)

Planning to Learn:

French
German
Spanish
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/21/2015 15:52:19


SirSalty
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English (first language)
French (learning for 5 years)
Norwegian(can form the odd sentence)
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/21/2015 19:32:19


DesertFox
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-Romanian (since birht, and some dialects:moldovian, oltenian, transilvanian)
-English (4 or 5, watching movies . At school i started to learn at age of 8.My second language.)
-French(11. Basic conversation, good at translating from french to romanian.In rest nothing)
-German(10 or 12, idk.War movies, video games, then my uncle started to teach me.Basic conversation)
-Spanish(7, on my first{and only} trip to Spain.Only some questions, words and usual phrases)
-Russian(13.From a grandmother of my best friend.Then some movies.Know some words, ususal expresion and curses)
-Maghyar(14.Curses most, and some words)
-Latin(13.Started to learn at school. Know only phrases and proverbs.I can read through)
-Japanese(5, 10 {some words at the age of 5, trying more expresions at the age of 10}.Know a handfull of expresions and words.Using them at school to annoy some guys hehe)
-Italian(9.Only some words.I have the italian accent )
-Arab(11.Some words and battle cries.Using them everytime when i see a good moment)
-Polish(15.Trying to learn some basic )
-Persian,Norse,Chinese,Saracen,Mongolian,Inca,Aztec (all expresions from Age of Empires 2.:D)
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/21/2015 20:16:12


Belgian Gentleman 
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English since you were 4,5 years old? I mean I watched also English movies with native language subtitles at the age of 6,7 but that was it. But seriously, any idea how young that is? 4,5 years old? That's a preschooler!

-Arab(11.Some words and battle cries.Using them everytime when i see a good moment)

Allahu Ackbar!
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/22/2015 12:11:26


DesertFox
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Yes, i learned to say hello, what are you doing and other words that i founded in every movies i have watched in that period.

and yea, Allāhu Akbar !!! :P
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/22/2015 12:27:00


Angry Panda
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so I see depending on the country you are from, you learnt more or less languages than others, some countries like the US have just one compulsory foreign language right?
As for us we had to choose 3 languages + our native language (my native language being French, eh not the easiest one trust me...) Sometimes 4 like me with Basque (2nd most difficult language after Chinese ahah), English, Spanish and Latin in Middle school -_-, that's perhaps why I was bad in maths... too much work with foreign/regional/dead language classes... Merci la France.

Edited 10/22/2015 12:34:57
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/22/2015 12:35:42


Onoma94 
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I also started learning english when I was 5. I was teached in kindergarten, then in primary school.
Also was learning german for half of my life but with weak results.

Edited 10/22/2015 12:36:51
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/22/2015 12:45:38


Prabster Realm
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One and only Sri Lankan
Sinhala would be the background language
English since i started school in International Schools(cambridge)
Bengali a bit since i stayed in bangladesh
Bahasa Indoonisia since i stayed in Indoonisia for 5-6years
A bit of korean since i am an anime addict
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/22/2015 13:27:47

SVY
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Urdu: first language
English: second language
Hebrew: know a few words and familiar with grammar
Arabic and Latin: understand quite a lot of words
Persian: same as above
Italian and French: limited vocabulary
Assyrian, Sumerian and Old Egyptian: again, a few words; but plan to learn more

Planning to learn Chinese or Malay.

Edited 10/22/2015 13:28:52
What language do you speak /culture and country: 10/22/2015 14:51:21


Zephyrum 
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Portuguese (birth)
English (since I was 6)

If I learn a new language, likely German, Japanese or Latin. But no plans right now.
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