Me: French, Mandarin, and Japanese.
How about you?
Japanese > Russian = French
Japanese is the only one that has entertainment I aspire to experience
French because I kinda like the country even though I've never been there
Russian because it's actually interesting and would open a very big hidden portion of cultured world
I mean that there are so many russian-speaking people with their own websites and culture, but unlike the spanish speaking countries who can be understood by other latin languages and there are many users in america, russian culture is pretty much cut off from the west
I don't aspire to learn any language. I am learning Spanish and Korean.
Maybe one day I will feel the need to learn another, but for now I think being trilingiual would be great.
I consider myself a Spanish and English speaker already and am comfortable putting Spanish on my resume.
I've learned a little. Got some of the basics of introductions, ordering food, and so on. And of course all the profanity. Helsingin Yliopisto has online courses I'm taking with my free time.
And no, she's real, we met while abroad.
>Wanna learn Fingolish (for da memes)
http://naurunappula.com/g/8669 Here are original Dolan comics, you can view the capability to read those as your prize for learning Finnish though it will be challenging as the Finnish is totally broken. In addition to Dolan those comics contain a lot of other memorable and famous Finnish memes, many of them haven't made it here but are nonetheless top tier as Sakolut is probably the most masterful meme master to ever come from Finland, God bless him.
Wanna learn Russian just for fun. Plus want to travel to Moscow and act like a local.
Btw, chinese language got the hardest writing system on earth. I dont believe a foreigner can learn how to write in chinese within 5 years.
Are you referring to the complexity. i.e the amount of stroke orders/ characters and whatnot? Besides that, which note-worthily can be root-memorized, it seems like the basic grammar and consistent readings make the language learning rather forgiving.
Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau use traditional
Mainlanders, Singaporeans and Malaysians all use Simplified. The signage of some shops and calligraphy in all of the countries use traditional
I would really like to learn Icelandic.
"懂"Tha fuck is this lad? Look at this fucking character: 懂, I'm using my retina ipad and it still looks like shit. Look at this: 懂. How do you expect a child to write it?
bit of both, i'm converting. kind of hard because i'm from new zealand so there is no place to do it, but it will all work out. My girlfriend is from israel so one day i would like to move there.