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Daily Polls

Today's Poll: 09/30/2014

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How many languages do you speak? Submitted By Team Swagbucks, CA
Just one
2-3
4-5
More than five
I would like to learn more
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permethues
on 09/30/14
Most widely spoken language is Mandarin.
Poisedbutterfly
on 09/30/14
chandu20 liked this  
There's a guy on youtube who speaks 50 languages. His username is laoshu50500. Seriously check him out he's great especially when he finds other people who speak those languages it's mind blowing. Then there is the teen I know of that speaks 20 he's also awesome! I love language learning!
lynn003
on 09/30/14
insouciant liked this  
Hablo espaƱol.
Watashi wa nihongo o hanashimasu/?????????

And English. But that's a given.
CutieCat101
on 09/30/14
u said i dont speak much japanese, right? im just learning
lynn003
on 09/30/14
I said "I speak Japanese,"

The question marks were also supposed to be kanji, but I see this does not work on this site.
Lilyfireb
on 09/30/14
TapSkill liked this  
I can barely speak my primary language. I would love to be able to read several languages though. I just started on Japanese.
CarlitosA
on 09/30/14
Mandarin Chinese.
poopking94
on 09/30/14
just one
psyboi
on 09/30/14
i can speak telugu, hindi, english, urdu and tamil! without a mistake I say! :D
Gomoswaggers
on 09/30/14
Lilyfireb liked this  
The better question for me would've been. How many languages can you read?
Speaking other languages is not my forte, but I can read most roman based languages. My Dad insisted I learn Latin when I was a kid.

That being said I can get myself through Korea, japan, most European countries and South America.

Give me a menu written in French, I'm your chick!
Teejayw
on 09/30/14
English is the most spoken language.
thistlefur
on 09/30/14
Chowsan liked this  
Nope. Mandarin.
TRGR
on 09/30/14
Cursing poetically counts as one.
gadjetman
on 09/30/14
I went to Switzerland a few years ago and one day when we went travelling, I spoke English, French and German. That was a bit unusual for me. I'd love to learn more languages.
coolmom2012
on 09/30/14
Benannah and 3 others liked this  
I only NEED to speak English I am an American and don't plan to travel so that is ALL I NEED
SunRan4
on 09/30/14
rvanderwoodsen and 2 others liked this  
There is a difference between need and desire/interest/education/discovery. This poll was only asking if people speak other languages not what language they NEED to speak. Just because you do not need something doesn't mean it isn't worth your time. Basically any hobby or pastime would be eradicated under that logic.
Xhrismas
on 09/30/14
Spanish,French,Italian,english
MamaT
on 09/30/14
tarheel4ever and 4 others liked this  
Does sarcasm count? It should as many don't understand it.
SunRan4
on 09/30/14
I swear the internet needs a sarcasm font, and perhaps real life too...
scorpionrobot
on 09/30/14
Two if programming languages count.
Lmelaku406
on 09/30/14
I speak 3 languages. However, i always wanna learn more. :)
SunRan4
on 09/30/14
Fede14 liked this  
Fluent in English and Mandarin, my swagbucks name is my chinese name :) Also speak some spanish and french, or used to haha now whenever I try to respond in spanish/french it just comes out chinese. ahh. but at least I can still understand most of what I hear.
lgdtf2014
on 09/30/14
Fede14 and 2 others liked this  
Spanish, want to go to south america for my next vacation. I hate how america is so far from everything, if I go to europe its the same distance as central and south america but my money wouldnt last longer. East/SE asia is just too far away, id waste a day in air travel + layover :(.
a7x1990
on 09/30/14
momoon liked this  
i had to pick just one because i'm in the process of learning Korean but don't exactly know much yet XD
momoon
on 09/30/14
Tell me you watch Korean dramas and I'll totally understand. If you don't watch them, then Viki.com is a place for you to practice with the subtitles off. :)
NoStoneUnturned
on 09/30/14
Lmelaku406 liked this  
Just one, but I would love to learn more!
LandLMama
on 09/30/14
Lmelaku406 and 1 others liked this  
Wow, I submitted this poll idea a few months ago and now it's posted as a team Swagbucks idea? Thanks...
dbswaggy
on 09/30/14
too bad
CLGilliss
on 09/30/14
English fluently, French (fluently, if I am somewhere where it is always spoken for at least a full day), some Italian, some Spanish, some German...some ASL,and a few phrases in another couple of languages
CLGilliss
on 09/30/14
in the French regard if I am not in an area where it is spoken, I will understand it all and can even answer basically and I can read it fine but that is it.
redajm12
on 09/30/14
Lmelaku406 and 1 others liked this  
Just one - that is sad but it is what it is.
LittleNymph
on 09/30/14
Fede14 and 1 others liked this  
I only know English. I used to be able to speak and understand Spanish pretty well but lack of practice made me lose the language. I would like to relearn someday.
KathrynHawkBond
on 09/30/14
One fluently (English); 4 if you count 3 others that I know a little of (Spanish, French, & Japanese only bits)
KathrynHawkBond
on 09/30/14
Lmelaku406 liked this  
oh I forgot I know a bit of ASL (American Sign Language)
ohnuckinfuts
on 09/30/14
I'm hoping to understand binary from my brother some day.
DirtyPink
on 09/30/14
I understand a little French and a bit more German but would like to learn more
smileygirl0716
on 09/30/14
momoon liked this  
I'm fluent in English, and going to school to be an interpreter in sign language.
dmridley51
on 09/30/14
English , but speak a little German,enough to communicate with my relatives in Germany.
CutieCat101
on 09/30/14
english spanish japanese
EvesSecret
on 09/30/14
English, Russian, and learning French
rockinjem
on 09/30/14
Lmelaku406 and 2 others liked this  
I am working on becoming an interpreter for the deaf. So I'm on my 2nd language.
JenOlson
on 09/30/14
Fede14 and 1 others liked this  
Yay!! I'm an interpreter for the Deaf and a Teacher for the Deaf. We need more help!! Good for you and good luck!!!
hjacque
on 09/30/14
I speak two, but I don't actually 'speak' one of them. Can't, it's Sign Language. Also used to know Braille by sight (learned it when I volunteered for a blind school. Didn't have much use for it after I stopped working there (really none LOL), so I lost it. I remember enough to be able to read the floor numbers in an elevator). Know a few words in Spanish too.
JenOlson
on 09/30/14
Lmelaku406 liked this  
I put two languages also and my other language is ASL. I'm an ASL interpreter and a Teacher for the Deaf. I think they could have said "Are you fluent in other languages" or something like that instead of 'speak'.
CBizcocho
on 09/30/14
What language uses the word dank? I wanna learn that one
Kraken
on 09/30/14
I'm pretty sure it's Dutch which is very similar to German's danke.
aek1
on 09/30/14
In Dutch, it's usually "dank u," which means what it sounds like: "thank you"! :)
BenPham
on 09/30/14
Vietnamese :P
Breananichole
on 09/30/14
Just one but learning spanish
Nanarolls
on 09/30/14
didi510 liked this  
I speak English but know bits and pieces of 4 other languages from being a military wife and having lived in other countries. Always learned enough to eat out, shop and find a bathroom.
reenie751
on 09/30/14
Lmelaku406 liked this  
I know English and Swahili.
bwyr629
on 09/30/14
Lmelaku406 and 3 others liked this  
Just 1 but would like to know more.
Deerhoney
on 09/30/14
English, Swedish, and Spanish
StarFoxGirl
on 09/30/14
I know English, Spanish, and a little bit of Italian.
krishee27
on 09/30/14
3
tholaire
on 09/30/14
ryanhirth liked this  
I know English and the computer languages HTML and CSS (I don't think they count, though). I am, however, trying to learn Gaeilge (Irish) now.
kkwaltz
on 09/30/14
I can read and understand Spanish, but I can barely write or speak it.
LADYGIRLJOYCE
on 09/30/14
It's funny how easy it is to learn to talk when you're a punk kid, but it's so difficult when you're older. I spoke Japanese at home with my mom until I went to Kindergarten & I still remember how I had this little accent for awhile. I can speak pretty fluently to my mom & that's all she speaks to me, but I can't write it at all.
ChicSwag97
on 09/30/14
Only English but I really want to learn a lot more. Especially Arabic, Spanish, Japanese and French
anesselrotte1
on 09/30/14
Just english
crayons123456
on 09/30/14
thistlefur liked this  
I studied American Sign Language for three years. I loved it. The discipline of learning a new language helped me to understand my native language (English) better.
byualto
on 09/30/14
I did, too! And it is amazing when I meet someone who is Deaf and they realize that I can communicate with them. ASL is so fun!
mgtheman
on 09/30/14
Assuming I can only count a language if I'm fluent AND it's commonly spoken (ie, no conlangs tied to specific fandoms) then 1. I WOULD like to learn more, but that's not a logically valid answer to the question posed.

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