I speak Vietnamese, since my family is mainly Vietnamese, Mandarin, since my grandmother was raised in China (my mom was still born in Vietnam), and obviously, English. I'm learning French at school (sadly, it's the law).
I was born in the Philippines and my parents all speak Tagalog, I wish they taught it to me when I was a kid. They say your brain is like a sponge when your young, now mine is just a glorified rag
I speak mainly english I know a little polish, ukrainian and japanese languages between here and there ive been trying to learn them occasionly. But always say one at a time
I know Greek and English both fluently, and from school I am "learning" German (not at all).
I'm a native English speaker and I'm a french major so I'm about 70% fluent in it. I'm also slowly teaching myself Japanese.
Besides English, I'm fairly good with French (around here you learn it in school from grade 4 to 10), but I've also dabbled around with Scottish Gaelic, Icelandic and Russian. I really want to perfect French and move onto a language like Korean or Italian.