I'm learning French, Spanish, Chinese, and Japanese.
Just French at the moment. I gave up on everything else.
I'm not any foreign language at the moment but I know a fair amount from German since it was my third language that I had to learn in School and College. And does English counts as a foreign language for me?
Not learning right now, but I recently studied at high school English (not my first language), German, French and Latin. :D
Currently, I am trying to learn German at my college. I've had two semesters thus far, so my knowledge is pretty basic, but I really like it.
I'm trying to learn Korean and taking Mandarin as a class.
I am currently learning Russian. It's surprisingly easy despite having a very Latin-looking alphabet. It's pretty nice that it shares the same sentence structure with English. :)
Is a Latin-looking alphabet difficult, Sputnik?
I remember having a lot of difficulties with the Russian Cyrillic alphabet (I have to be specific because Cyrillic comes in many forms) because it looks VERY similar to our alphabet, but only A, E, O, K, M, and T are the same in both Russian and English. I am slowly getting better at reading Russian text, but I continue to want to read the letters like they sound in English. XD
Oh, OK, yeah, I can see how that'd be confusing, the same characters but different sounds. Does Russian sound cool like it looks?