Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt
I'll add you to the list now. c: Well, how broad is your knowledge of French? Can you hold a decent conversation? :3c I don't speak a word of French myself, but it looks like quite an interesting language. Though some of the words look very confusing. ^^;;
Originally Posted by Zima
I'll add you in now. c: Wow, Russian?! That's amazing! :o I've always seen Russian as such a complicated language, do you find it complicated?
Originally Posted by fabfab
Silly fab, accents don't count as a language. xP
Originally Posted by TheMissingno.
... You know, I'm actually going to count Matlab in, as it is technically a form of communication in another language. UI'm going to count the other two in as well.
Originally Posted by Jolene
I'll add you in right now. Wow! That's amazing! So, you can read and understand French but can't speak it. :o I've never really understood that, but I don't think you're doing it wrong! Maybe just a little verbal practice is in order. c:
Originally Posted by Caite-chan
I'll add you in. c: Japanese, huh? Another complicated language! Do you find it easy or hard? I've always seen it as quite an intimidating language to learn, myself.
Originally Posted by Shadows
I'll add you in too, then. Shall I put you down as beginner for French? c:
And ah, don't be disheartened! All learning a language takes is a bit of dedication, and it's always a great skill if you stick to it. I've grown up switching between English and Welsh (I started English when I was about three or four), and after I'd perfected those I went on to do German in school and begin teaching myself Spanish and Italian. I gave up on Italian to make room for Spanish, but I'll pick up on it one day.