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Something I like to ask other people. Of course living in the US most only speak English (yes with a Texas accent, yuck) so I don't know many who speak much else. Me, I speak a fairly decent amount of Spanish, a little French and I'm about to start a class next Sunday for Russian.

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serbocroatian, english, some german and some italian...

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english, and a little bit of spanish, irish and arabic
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English, Russian, Spanish, German, Korean and Japanese. I'm working on Chinesse now.
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WOW.

English, some German, some Spanish, Slovenian, Croatian,
some Italian

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English, Spanish, Some French, Hopefully Japanese some day.

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I can speak German, some dutch, afrikaans, serbo-croat, swedish, finnish and some spanish
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A true poliglot you are, indeed.

I may test your serbo-croat one day

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So how do most of you all learn your languages? I usually buy courses (like Assimil and FSI) and try to find some audio sources (like news) in the target languages. Of course where I live, there's Spanish and some Russians in the area; otherwise not much for personal interaction.

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