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I would choose Spanish, Latin (yes, yes dead language and all), Hoch Deutsch, Polish and Chinese (not sure which dialect!) Ok, I'd REALLY like to know all of them; what I need is one of those little babel fish in my ear ........ **** update, I need WAAAAAAY more than 5 now, so many good answers! Thill be tough to choose BA for!!!!!!!!******
PeaceJourney PeaceJourney 46-50, F 28 Answers May 28, 2012

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German, Japanese, Spanish, Arabic, French.



I already speak french though :P

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Pick one more then :-)

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Sanskrit

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Oh! Love it!

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Polish, English, Russian, German, Japanese. You have to know the languages of your enemy.

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LOL correct!

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You have Polish enemies?

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no that is primary language. the other three russian germany and japan were enemies during war. And english is a unversal language

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Hoping to travel to Poland someday and meet the relatives.

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Ancient Greek, Olde English, Latin, Norse and Aztec, so I could communicate with all my friends. :)

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Great, GREAT list!!!!!

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English,Spanish,German,Italian,and French.

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What do speak now? If English you can pick another.

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I am fluent in English but I also know burritos,tacos,salsa & chippies,enchiladas,mulitas,carne asada and tortillas.

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*snort* thanks for the chuckle!

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Arabic , Mandarin , Russian , Gaelic , Spanish

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Gaelic, nice!

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German, Russian, Arabic, hieroglyphs

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Arabic! That would be great, and Reading hieroglyphs would be Tremendous!

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I can teach you the Arabic :))

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Have heard that is really challenging, I took 2 weeks of a 6 credit course in Japanese in college, it kicked my a$s! Had to drop it. Still feel bad about it? But I took 5 years of German and Spanish. I love the melody and cadence of languages. I think if I could have one "magic" skill other than being able to change the molecular structure of things it would be to understand and speak/read any language.

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1 year of Spanish. Wonderful language.

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Turkish, Spanish, Arabic, French and Japanese - which I can speak alright, but definitely not fluently. Good question :)

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Turkish, very nice. And I am going to add Arabic to my list. 5 just isn't enough!

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German (currently my major and favorite of all languages I've heard or studied)

Russian (My minor)

Icelandic (I wish my school had this or any scandinavian languages for that matter)

Old English

Old Norse

(Notice primary interest in anything remotely Germanic :) )

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What a great list! yes, I see the connection, I took a linguistics course eons ago and was fascinated by the structure and evolution of language. I need to live to 150 just to study 1/2 of the things I want to learn about.

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Do you mean apart from English ?



If so, then French, Spanish, Italian, Indonesian and Japanese or Mandarin (can't decide between Japanese or Mandarin).

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Yeas apart from English if that's your native language. The Mandarin/Japanese choice is a tough one! 2 weeks of Japanese in college kicked my bahookey, just love all the languages!

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Spanish, French, Russian, German & VietNamese

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First vote for Vietnamese :-) Why that?

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I had a few friends in school from Viet Nam & they had a hard time learning English & we finally learned to communicate with each other & that always stuck with me for some reason. I absolutely loved those girls & I imagine all the interesting things we could have really talked about had I been able to speak their language.

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I'm learning Latin but not yet fluent so that's number one on the list.



The other four would be:

Russian, Italian, Japanese and Scottish Gaelic.



I would want to be fluent in more than five though.

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Really interesting list!

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I'd like to improve my English!

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After that, anything else?

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Studied French in college. Wish I could be fluent in that. Spanish, of course, especially since I'm thinking of moving to Miami. German. Italian. Portuguese, because I'f love to visit Brazil!

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I like your list, Portugese, first one so far :-)

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US English, UK English, Aussie English, Canadian English and Irish

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Well Done~

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Thank you. I think it would be fun to know all the right slang and inferences of a supposed common language.

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And if you happened to be a comedian by profession imagine the jokes you could tell!!

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Spanish, German, Mandarin, Italian, French.

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Good list!

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Welsh, Italian, Spanish, Sanskrit, Hindi

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Sanskrit, Hindi.... Like it!

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French, Russian, Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin) and English 'cause I'm Norwegian.

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English? If you can use " 'cause' " properly I think you've a pretty good handle on it!

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Mother tongue Arabic - English, French, Hebrew and Spanish.

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You get to choose one more... Would love to know Arabic. Would love to know them all.

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german, madrin,italian, portugese

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You have one more!

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and french

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I'd love to speak French, travel there and Attend a cooking school. Purely for the experience, don't want to be a chef, just love he concept of creating wonderful food that's peaks to the soul.

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French, Spanish, Mandarin, Russian, German

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Great list.

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Be fun to travel with all those under your belt.

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Not much of a traveler myself--but I'm a reader and would love to read in those languages.

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I agree! Hence the Latin on my list. Ancient Greek would be cool, I cold go on. 100 wouldn't be enough for me ;-)

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