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Ragnarofl
Like the title says, just tell what languages can you speak and edit something in this language.
ViceMan
One, and a few swear words in various other languages, useful stuff.
PabloHoneyOle
Suck my dick.

Chúpame el pene.

Sucer mon pénis.
GLC
I can say duck in Lithuanian, does this count?
Marney1
Arschloch.
ViceMan
Finnish: Vitun paskamainen perkele, eeppistä. "Fucking shitting devil, epic."
Polish: Tak, kurwa. "Yes, bitch."
Kamahl
spanish - well, its my first language
english - school and practicing on my own
german - i went to a german school, but my english is better than my german anyway...


bOnEs
the only language that matters... english...
TreeFitty
English and trying to regain some spanish since I forgot most of it after high school. Also some naughty words in Hindi thanks to a few guys at a local deli.
Bain
English and Russian.

Nyet, eta moy dhom sooka.

NO. This is my house, bitch.
0bs3n3
QUOTE (Bain @ Jan 6 2010, 11:18 AM) *
English and Russian.

Nyet, eta moy dhom sooka.

NO. This is my house, bitch.


Did you learn Russian in the Marines?

Err, and just English except for a few token German sentences:

Ich will ficken - "I want to fuck".
Massacre
I have loose understandings of German and Spanish, but I need a translator for conversations.
coreyko_2003
I know English (obviously) and a little bit of Spanish.
Heartless
Uglúk u bagronk sha pushdug Saruman-glob búbhosh skai!
Bain
QUOTE (0bs3n3 @ Jan 5 2010, 08:29 PM) *
QUOTE (Bain @ Jan 6 2010, 11:18 AM) *
English and Russian.

Nyet, eta moy dhom sooka.

NO. This is my house, bitch.


Did you learn Russian in the Marines?

Err, and just English except for a few token German sentences:

Ich will ficken - "I want to fuck".


where did you get that idea?
0bs3n3
QUOTE (Bain @ Jan 6 2010, 06:14 PM) *
QUOTE (0bs3n3 @ Jan 5 2010, 08:29 PM) *
QUOTE (Bain @ Jan 6 2010, 11:18 AM) *
English and Russian.

Nyet, eta moy dhom sooka.

NO. This is my house, bitch.


Did you learn Russian in the Marines?

Err, and just English except for a few token German sentences:

Ich will ficken - "I want to fuck".


where did you get that idea?


Weren't you going to be some sort of intelligence analyst?
Bain
no not at all.......I dont know why you thought that.
Heartless
lol.
0bs3n3
k fuck I swear you were gonna be an intelligence analyst or something. What do you do then?
NCP
Dutch: hallo iedereen alles goed? Nog de beste wensen!
German: hallo ieder wie gehts? Supergeil!
English: hello everyone...
French: bonjour ca va? Comment tu t'apelle?
trathen93
im basically restricted to english and holiday english.

holiday english is basically english spoken a lot louder, and slower in a foreign country to a native person who generally answers with a dirty look or ok.
eg, W A I T E R, B I L L P L E A S E . this is usually accompanied with some hand gestures.
Marney1
QUOTE (El-Nino @ Jan 15 2010, 06:50 PM) *
im basically restricted to english and holiday english.

holiday english is basically english spoken a lot louder, and slower in a foreign country to a native person who generally answers with a dirty look or ok.
eg, W A I T E R, B I L L P L E A S E . this is usually accompanied with some hand gestures.

Die rechnung, bitte! (*click fingers*)
Bain
QUOTE (0bs3n3 @ Jan 7 2010, 05:36 AM) *
k fuck I swear you were gonna be an intelligence analyst or something. What do you do then?



I make sure that Marines dont die needlessly.
CougarGamer
I speak English as my native language (I was born in Anaheim CA), I also speak Spanish fluently (my parents are from Mexico).



On my own I"m learning two other languages. Catalan and Serbian. It's a very difficult challenge but I'm not going to give up.

Què en penses, de la ciutat? (Catalan "what do you think of my city?")

Здраво!! Како Си? (Sdravo Kako Si? which means Hello! How are You in Serbian)

the other Serbian word I use alot is a the curse word "сероња" [seronja] which means something close to "bullshitter"

First Serbian phrase I memorized:
Знати један језик није довољно (Znati jedan jezik nije dovoljno "one language is never enough" in Serbian)
it was from Omniglot, which also has phrases in other languages.


Not really learning the language, just learning how to read the letters without using the Latin transliteration (romanized script): Korean, Thai, and Burmese
haveaniceday
english german chinese smile.gif
Bain
Zeh Asshaal Yem.

It is a middle eastern language.

It means I have diarrhea. No kidding. My teacher taught me that, in a lesson about nature or something randomly, and called in sick the next day.
Walther PPK
Whoa! What the heck do you mean by languages? huh.gif
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