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English, spanish, german... and women (yes that's right, I can speak to women and understand what they say). ;)

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Uh huh, I'd rather see proof of this than mythicdragon's 11 languages ;)

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How exactly do you expect me to prove something like that? Anyone who has watched James Bond before should at least be a novice in womenspeak.

 

But me... I am the elite. ;)

 

Please note: when I am allowed to play EL again I will be giving classes on womenspeak for all who need it. ;)

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Czech, English, some French, some Spanish, some Russian, some Polish, some German, few words in Duch, even less in Japaneese, Prague dialect :P

 

I would also like to have some lessons in women speak.. Actually understanding will be enough.. I dont need to speak :)

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I've tried to learn the language of love, but as it turns out it requires emotions. They could have at least mentioned that before i paid.

 

Apart from that the only language i master to some level is pictionary. I also do great animal impersonations, especially combusted animals.

 

:)

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Polish (shouldn't count)

English and some German

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Would have forgotten I understand some Chech/Slovak :P

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portuguese, french, english and althought i do not speak spanish I usually have no troubles communicating with the colombians, bolivians and peruvians I've met :blink:

 

I a also know a few ridiculous words in japanese, korean, german, latin, greek and esperanto but i could not hope to understand a single phrase on those languages :P

 

as for women's language i use my g/f as a real time translator... er... what? you mean she can lie to me? NONSENSE i say! :P

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portuguese, french, english and althought i do not speak spanish I usually have no troubles communicating with the colombians, bolivians and peruvians I've met :D

 

I a also know a few ridiculous words in japanese, korean, german, latin, greek and esperanto but i could not hope to understand a single phrase on those languages :D

 

as for women's language i use my g/f as a real time translator... er... what? you mean she can lie to me? NONSENSE i say! :)

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LOL, damnit I feel totally English now....:(

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I speak American and a slowly diminishing amount of Spanish. I can get along ok in Spanish, but I'm far from fluent, and I'm forgetting my vocab and conjugations...

 

Note: [rant]yes, I mean American :-p Who else says "soccer" for "football," and instead of calling the awesome sport involving a round ball "football," replaces it with some crap game involving fat guys piling on top of each other? [/rant]

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LOL, damnit I feel totally English now....:(

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awww come-on "When you're feeling in the dumps, Don't be silly chumps.Just purse your lips and whistle. That's the thing." :D, /me still trying to picture how does a zebra in combustion sound (as per lotharion post)

 

I speak American

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must.. contain.. urge.. to... start "america is more than the USA" flamewar.

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/me still trying to picture how does a zebra in combustion sound (as per lotharion post)

 

Woof!

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awww come-on "When you're feeling in the dumps, Don't be silly chumps.Just purse your lips and whistle. That's the thing." :o, /me still trying to picture how does a zebra in combustion sound (as per lotharion post)

must.. contain.. urge.. to... start "america is more than the USA" flamewar.

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Good point. I speak United States of American.

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French, chinese (mandarin), english +german from school, understand italian and interested by esperanto.

 

As for womenish (lol ugly word), the James Bond movie theory puzzles me...?

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Finnish, little bit of swedish, english (good english that is, I don't speak retardese), klingon, drow. ^_^

 

 

klingon LMAO, that´s not a real language lolol.

 

I speak english, portuguese, spanish, some french, a little italian and a few words in german.

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Finnish (studying) :)

English (studing) :pinch:

German (studying) :D

Swedish (studying) :)

 

Would be awesome to speak elvish...

 

:P eeeh i can speak finnish and english the best

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Dutch, native language.

English, gamer language. (Tend to be best in class for this one. ;p)

French, second language in Belgium. Studying, but not my best. I would get around with it tho. :(

German, another language in Belgium. Studying, and I suck at it. ;)

 

All those languages are basic study in Belgium, btw.

Also, I know a few words Polish, thanks to some people ingame. :D

Few words Spanish, nothing big, just very few words, cuz I go there on vacation each year.

Kat once told me what "I love you" was in Russian. But that's all I know there.

 

And I think that's it. :)

 

-Blee

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Finnish, little bit of swedish, english (good english that is, I don't speak retardese), klingon, drow. ^_^

 

 

klingon LMAO, that´s not a real language lolol.

 

I speak english, portuguese, spanish, some french, a little italian and a few words in german.

 

you will laugh but actually Klingon got made an official fictive language by some

Language Institute or so o_0

so it kinda is an real language by now.. for nerds :)

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besides. im pretty amazed how much ppl actually learn or are able to speak german

(for every non-german that is). why is that so? never thought german would be a

languaged that actually gets teached outside Germany o_0

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