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18th March, 2007 at 17:57:55 -

I also talk "Rövarsprĺket"... er... um... The "Robber/Thief language"... Yeah.

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They never should've locked the "Thanks Chris"-topic. Now all emotional outbursts and strange messages are sipping into other topics, like this one.


 
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18th March, 2007 at 18:57:01 -

Well English is the only one really.

However i did learn a bit of French, German and Spanish during my time in full time education but only because i had to. Had i wanted to learn them i would actually remember a bit.

 
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18th March, 2007 at 19:15:30 -

You are so right about that E_E Who dared to lock the "Thanks Chris" thread? >_O
We demand it to be unlocked! NOW! Eh... ... please? :3

 

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18th March, 2007 at 23:10:44 -

I stand beside thee brother in the quest for an "all goes" topic! A sanctuary for the mind and haven for the body! The yearning! Uninhibited nonsense!

 
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18th March, 2007 at 23:12:50 -

English, bit of French, almost fluent in Spanish. Starting up Polish soon which will be a barrel of laughs.

 
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19th March, 2007 at 05:56:32 -

I speak English (first language), Italian (learning), French (Cause we have to in Canada)

 
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19th March, 2007 at 06:05:03 -

Locked? Looks like the "Thanks Chris" topic is plain gone to me...

 
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19th March, 2007 at 11:50:56 -

English (First language).
Portuguese (learning, but quite advanced now).

Isto é um exemplo de portuguęs. Se alguém no sul da Inglaterra (perto ao Brighton ou Chichester) vę uma antenna parabólica que tem "TV CABO" ou "RAD Electrónicas" escrita nela, envie-me uma nota na email or DC-mail, para que posso falar com eles!

This is an example of Portuguese. If someone in the south of England (close to Brighton or Chichester) sees a TV satellite dish with "TV CABO" or "RAD Electronics" written on it, send me an email or a DC mail, so I can go and speak to 'em!

I work with Portuguese people you see, it's a kind of charity thing.

 
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19th March, 2007 at 14:11:38 -

I speak french and a little of english (school ^^)

 
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20th March, 2007 at 03:33:40 -

my primary language is danish, i've been speaking english since 4th or 5th grade though. Also, I know a bit of german and spanish, but people from either country would either laugh at me or kill me if i tried to communicate in those languages

 
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21st March, 2007 at 22:55:18 -

I speak English well and my native language, Malay, fluently . LOL, Malay's easy to learn because of the simple grammar, but impossible to master since nobody speaks it well.

Tried to learn German to play MadTV 2 and tried to learn Mandarin to see what the chinese guys are saying behind my back, but haven't been doing well at either. Also know some very basic French.

 
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22nd March, 2007 at 09:09:49 -

Oh yeah, I know a few words of Hungarian. I had a very good friend, who was Hungarian, but he moved back to Hungary, and I haven't heard much of him since. But here's a few small words I still remember (I don't know about the spelling though, they use quite a lot of umlauts and stuff I think):

Igen = Yes
Nem = No
Ves = Water

I also remember that "Skägg", the Swedish word for "beard", happened to be "arse" in Hungarian, haha

Yeah, and I also knew a few swearwords, but I seem to have forgotten them

 
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22nd March, 2007 at 23:11:53 -

I don't know why, but it seems that 'arse' is one of the words I pick up fastest in foreign languages. Even words that are simple in English like 'I' and 'You' don't pop up that often in some languages.

 
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23rd March, 2007 at 08:58:04 -

German, English and I can read Dutch for some reason (i cant speak/write or understand it though but I can read it) and a tiny bit Spanish and even less Turkish (I know how to order stuff/say good morning and say yes)
if the 3 Turkish things I know count I also know some French (I can say very basic crap like how are you?/I'm fine/My name is/Do you want to sleep with me?) and of course I know a few Japanese words everybody knows who has ever watched anime/been to the Internet

Oh right and I just remembered I once knew some Hebrew. I think it's a really lovely language. I think French is a very queer and gay language- everything sounds so "soft" and it's about breathing out words rather than actually SAYING them. German and Hebrew are both "harder" language where you actually SAY and pronounce letters rather than just breathing sounds out. Nastyman once thought me the Hebrew alphabet/a bunch of words and sentences.

A language I also really like is Yiddish. A pity it's almost dead (fucking Nazis had to kill everybody and almost managed a whole race and a language) because it has many beautiful words- some are still used in German. So I know some Yiddish words and sentences.

I also understand some (but not completly) Austro-Bavarian (I think its pretty complicated). Austro-Bavarian or Bavarian is a major group of Upper German varieties. Like standard German, Austro-Bavarian is a High German language, but they are not the same.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austro-Bavarian

And I understand some Low German (i would say thats also why I understand some Dutch. If you know about language you know Dutch is nothing but a German accent. In some areas of Germany like some German Islands people will talk funny and you will be like OH is that Dutch? While it's just their accent).

Low German (also called Plattdeutsch, Plattdüütsch or Low Saxon) is a name for the regional language varieties of the West Germanic languages spoken mainly in Northern Germany where it is officially called Niederdeutsch ('Low German'), and in Eastern Netherlands where it is officially called Nedersaksisch ('Low Saxon'). "Low" refers to the flat sea coasts and plains of north Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands, as opposed to High German and the mountainous areas of central and southern Germany (including Alsatian spoken by most German-French residents of Alsace, France in addition to French), and the Alps (Switzerland and Austria).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low_German

Since I understand some Dutch and a bunch of different German languages I also understand A FEW words of Afrikaans.




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23rd March, 2007 at 10:11:44 -

Dutch a German accent? If that were true I'd know my German well...

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