Multicultural Languages

I enjoy languages, I speak Auslan - Australian Sign Language on a conversational level, I also speak Indonesian and Sudanese Arabic both on a conversational level and some Swahili.

I tend to pick up languages if I am around people enough listening to them speak, asking questions and usually pronounce the dialect corectly or so I am told.

Colin Colin
41-45, M
1 Response Aug 7, 2007

Well....Looks like I've found my match in language. I am so glad!!! Just hope that you're still here. <BR><BR>Unlike you and most people, though, I didn't learn different languages one by one and not by choice, either. I had to learn them since early age because almost every immediate member of my family came from different place and speak different language. <BR><BR>With that being said, Indonesian and Sundanese are two of five languages I speak......but the western Java kind of Sundanese that is, not the Arabic one but I think they're similar. <BR><BR><BR><BR>Apa kabar, Colin? Bagaimana kabar kamu? Nama saya Nina dan saya tinggal di United States. Saya lahir di Jakarta dan tinggal di sana sampai saya berumur 7 tahun. Setelah itu kita sekeluarga pindah ke Singapore dan hidup disana beberapa tahun sebelum kita pindah ke Hong Kong. Dari sana, kita pindah ke Shanghai terus balik lagi ke Jakarta sebelum saya pindah kesini. Banyak pindah-pindahan terus ya. Saya ingin sekali pergi ke Australia kapan-kapan. Kalau kamu masih unjungi EP, jangan ragu kirim email ke saya. Terima kasih ya! :)