Anybody /foreignlanguages/ here?
I speak German and a little Spanish and am trying to learn Russian.
I always wondered how it feels like to know English as your first language. Having your first language on almost anything by default must be kinda neat
Can I marry tiflaat in your country?
I speak some French and a bit of mandarin chinese
My pronunciation for both is pretty much perfect but everything else needs work, so I just sound like an autist instead of someone who's learning the language whenever I speak them
It doesn't help that nobody can guess my ethnicity
Nah I don't like ajam language I consider myself more Arab
My parents were born in Zanzibar
they were mixed up, people didn't distinguish an Arab from a Persian there, you were either black or non black(Arab,shirazi,Indian)
I been trying to learn english for years and i have failed miserably. It ruined my life because i cant get any decent job here in the USA.
i speak spanish and english, started to recently learn german but im struggling any anon want to help me out? i can teach spanish or english if you want, plus neet so i can help or get help whenever just ask for my skype or email if you want
>born in Hungary during communism
>forced to learn Russian for 8 years
> forced to learn German for 3 years
>did a little bit of illegal trading with Yugoslavia, so picked up a Slovak through brandy smuggling
>came to America and learned English through friends
>currently learning spainish for job
It's hard as hell learning a new language when your an old shitter like me. Learn as young as you can, anon.
well like i said anon basically just started like last week and since i m not doing any courses im just trying at it on my own so basically everything, i do have the days of the week and pronunciation of em almost memorized
Learning German because fuck it, why not? (plus it looks good on resumes and every grad program I've looked at requires a foreign language (between French, German, Latin, or Greek)).
It's hard, but with my boy Michel Thomas I've been making some advancements.
Having no one to talk to in German (besides popping into /int/ every now and then) is really frustrating though.