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I speak American, English, Canadian and Australian.
thisisevenlessfunnow thisisevenlessfunnow 26-30, M 17 Answers Dec 25, 2012 in Community

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Deutsch & English & law

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I barely speak American.<br />
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My friends in the UK say that I do NOT "speak English."

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My native language is NewYawk, I'm fluent in Joizey. When I was in Kalhinuh I picked up Suthin and I 'unnerstan' Sathwess. I like speak Cali fer shur. The one I've never been able to master is English. Somehow , the Britts have that one down pat, I wonder why?

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3 of them<br />
1. get me my cigarettes ya paki c*cksucker<br />
2. oi ye chinky ****, get my chew mein cooked<br />
3. ENGLISH<br />
lmao

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Dutch and English. I can understand the German language a little and I am currently working on my Japanese. Japanese has to be the most wonderful language experience to learn actually....it's nothing like all the European derivatives. It simply IS Japanese and nothing else :)<br />
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. In french I just couldn't pull through but I mastered some basic vocab.

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English, french, Italian, maltese, a few African languages you know nothing about

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Italian, English( American & the odd UK kind), teenager, typo, a bit of spanish, and the occasional translation of idiotic man.

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Two apart from my mother language. English and German.

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Two; English and Foul.

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English , hindi , urdu , russian , punjabi thts all

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