What languages do you speak /int/?
Russian only. The only language i can speak fluently is my native one. I'm sort of jealous of you all, guys, how do you even manage to speak several languages decently at the same time?
English (so good americas often think I am american)
Spanish (good enough to have long conversations and browse spanish websites)
French (finished french on duolingo, I can read and write texts and keep simple conversations)
english and italian
>Want to Learn
Dutch or Afrikaans
-English, bilingual, dream in English sometimes)*
-Spanish, medium level, me speaking is meh but I understanded very well written or spoken
Otherwise I've had Occitan and Latin classes, but I've forgot much of them. So I have a good understanding of Latin and understand with perfection Occitan (so close to French anyway)
I don't even know can i or not, since i have never tried to learn any foreign language in a proper way.
It may look fine, buy it doesn't sound fine at all. I have no problems communicating in English in written form, but i can't really speak it. This is the thing you can't learn from books or tutorials, as you said it's all about practice while i never had any speaking practice at all. All my english teachers were total retards who were unable to speak it either and i have never had a chance to talk to a real native English-speakng person.
it's... it's easier than german...
Non ! :DDD
I actually wanted to learn norwegian but duolingo just offers bokmål and I know that bears no resemblance to the way people speak.
I started doing swedish instead since their mutually intelligeble but I just couldn't get into it. wanted to learn norwegian for professional reasons.
Spanish (decent/good enough for daily life)
American Sign Language (used to be good but through lack of use I am probably basic/intermediate now)
I don't speak the associated languages beyond basic stuff, but I can read Cyrillic, Hangul, and Hiragana.
Also, being able to read/understand some Portuguese is a freebie when you know Spanish.
>trying to look up some Korean music to sing along to to help me learn pronunciation
>it's all really really gay and I feel like a pedo
H-how can I look up "korean music" and not find a bunch of k-pop? Or alternatively, is there good k-pop?
German(elementary school level)
Hebrew(learning right now)
Learning the language of the chosen ones feels good. I can literally feel the holiness of Hebrew everytime I go to the course while our Rabbi teaches us the mysteries of G-d's ancient language.