No, it's not what you're thinking. I have family in Vegas so this Christmas most of the family from Mexico decided to go to Vegas for Christmas. As you can figure by now, going to Vegas was pretty much just about being with family to me.
So now to the point, we've always been...
if I really German or a foreign teacher. Fell out when I answered with my normal, southern Alabama accent! :) Some French, my aunt taught me in childhood. It's mostly forgotten. Phrases and questions in Japanese, Spanish, which I've picked up from our migrant workers, military...
as the saying goes, jack of all trades, master of none) when it comes to all the languages of the places that my ancestry stems from, and since many of them were Romani, it seems they traveled quite a bit; as well as the dialect from my homeland and region. So that means in...
Swedish (well), English (fluent), German (well), Swiss German (better than German) and some French. We Eurotrash often speak more languages than citizens of the US (or Russia, China, the whole of South America) even those with an university education.
Mandarin, Thai, n/s Korean, Russian, French (fluent)
German, Spanish and Italian (only have trouble with certain words)
language have always appealed to me ^_^ just adore being able to communicate and absorb a culture easier :3
ich an der Uni studiert.
Le francais etait la premiere langue etrangere que j'ai appris.
Yo hablo un poco de espanol porque he trabajado con unas personas de mexico quienes no pudieron hablar ingles...
I can speak Mandarin as well, and I'm learning French and Japanese at school. I hope to learn more languages because—excuse my bragging—it turns out that I'm pretty good at learning foreign languages and I actually enjoy it.
friends are all from different cultures and we were looking around and saying if we can speak fluent in their native language
"I can speak fluent Viantese"
"I can speak fluent Indian"
"I can speak fluent Spanish"
"I can say hello in Philipeano"
Me: "I can speak fluent in my...