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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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jioalex03
on 09/30/14
english spanish and a little russian
candini
on 09/30/14
English fluently, can understand/speak some french, spanish and polish.
Karine04
on 09/30/14
I speak french, english and I'm currently learning spanish ! :)
cdmeggers
on 09/30/14
English. and ASL, but ASL is a SIGNED language, not a spoken language. :)
jsbabes
on 09/30/14
Just one, unless you count "toddler". :)
tarheel4ever
on 09/30/14
MtnMiss liked this  
At one time, I knew toddler gibberish but sadly, toddlers grow up and gibberish turns into a language only teenagers understand. :)
orlebbie
on 09/30/14
spanish and english
axelandpixel
on 09/30/14
4.
jcpilz
on 09/30/14
I only speak English, but I know some Polish and Latin. Both have been helpful in learning the meanings of English words.
tarheel4ever
on 09/30/14
chalison liked this  
I speak only one language, Southern American English. I find it difficult to understand American English spoken by people from other areas of the USA (especially the New England states, New Jersey, New York and New Orleans, Louisiana). Some people talk so fast, I have to ask them to slow down because my ears only hear in slow, southern American English. :) I wish I could speak every language of the world - wouldn't it be nice to be able to communicate with everyone?!?!
chalison
on 09/30/14
Travelliberal liked this  
Yes, it certainly would be nice to be able to communicate with everyone!!
anthonysomm
on 09/30/14
Am I the only one on here that speaks more than 5 languages? LOL, I can speak and comprehend English, Spanish, Japanese, Russian, French, German, Arabic, Ethiopian, Nigerian and some Mandarin. I also understand some Portuguese and Hebrew. Of course I was an interpreter for several years while in the U.S.Navy though.
queenravenclaw
on 09/30/14
I was born in Canada. I had to take French all through grade school 1-8 and one year of high school grade 9. In my last year of HS I took Italian but wasn't that great at it but still enjoyed it. I speak conversational Croatian at home because that's where my family is from and I"m proud to be the only girl in the family who can understand what is being said. Then I started taking American Sign Language in college because well I need it.

Zdravo-Croatian
Ciao-Italian
Bonjour-French

knowing many languages actually helps with ability to stay young and I read that knowing ASL helps with Dementia.
arca3016
on 09/30/14
But I am wo0rking on Italian and Sign Language.
TenshiKurai9
on 09/30/14
Fluently 1. With some difficulty, Spanish.
Cassacacia
on 09/30/14
English fluently. A little Spanish, German, Danish, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Latin, Pig Latin, French, Russian and Greek. With a healthy dash of Sign Language :-)
pgrytdal
on 09/30/14
jsbabes and 3 others liked this  
Does HTML count? ;)
arca3016
on 09/30/14
I think it might it is the computer language.
beachbabe916
on 09/30/14
english spanish french german korean chinese arabian
Dancer49
on 09/30/14
MagicCookie and 1 others liked this  
Learning more than one language is an asset. I am shocked to see how high the numbers are for only one language. I fluently speak English and French and understand a bit of Spanish and Hungarian and I hope to perfect those languages and learn more. The world is full of beautiful places to visit and learning their language makes travelling more exciting.
beachbabe916
on 09/30/14
more than 5 !
terry1905
on 09/30/14
BreezyBrat and 3 others liked this  
I hav no interest in learning any other. I was born in USA. We speak English . If you come to our country, learn our language or go back to your own country please. Please don't expect us to learn yours.
wheretheyreside
on 09/30/14
"We speak English". Sure, we do. But, the irony of what you're saying, is that while we do speak English, it's actually not the official language of the U.S.. There is no official language - although, some states do put it as. So, yes, we speak English, but we also speak Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic, and so many other beautiful languages. Our diversity is one thing of the things that makes this country so amazing. And, frankly, your ignorance is just amazing.

- The like was accidental.
axelandpixel
on 09/30/14
That's right and I hope the Asians would also tell this to Americans in their countries. :p
gblodget
on 09/30/14
MtnMiss and 1 others liked this  
I was born in the USA too. I can trace my family tree in the USA back to the Mayflower on both sides of my family. My family has been here since the beginning of this country and has always spoken English. You have every right to speak only one language. However, this attitude is very closed minded - we live a Global society and you will never learn to appreciate the beauty of what other cultures offer. Yes - if you come to live in the USA you should learn English but you shouldn't have to forget your own language and culture in the process. If you visit our country - you shouldn't be expected to know English fluently just to visit us. They don't expect us to know their countries language when USA citizen's visit their country.
MCGuy1985
on 09/30/14
MagicCookie liked this  
Not all of us are from the United States of America - I'm Canadian, and here we have two official languages - English and Canadian French.
lucyanna85
on 09/30/14
MagicCookie and 5 others liked this  
Then I hope you learn the languages of any country you decide to visit...
EllieKinsley
on 09/30/14
MtnMiss and 4 others liked this  
Geez.... that was uncalled for. And yes, I'm American, as well.

Either way, I speak Spanish and conversational Korean. I'm just interested in language learning for the sake of learning and to travel once I am out of college.

Lastly, yes we primarily speak English in the US and yes all legal documents and such are written in English...... BUT we have *NO* official language for the country, soooooo......
Dreamerjade
on 09/30/14
MagicCookie and 5 others liked this  
That's a very closed-minded way of seeing things. Nobody was threatening your ability to speak only one language, but if you want to remain that way, so be it. But in other countries, they teach multiple languages to kids early on so they can communicate to people in other than their own. Don't go out of the USA and expect to be catered to in other countries then. I'm not trying to be a jerk about.
arca3016
on 09/30/14
MtnMiss and 1 others liked this  
I have talked to many ppl whom have told me that learning English in their country is mandatory. Further we may be American born but most of us have a heritage in other countries. Mine is Italian as a third generation Italian American my grandfather asked me to learn our family language. So being born here is really a very poor argument for not learning other languages.
volleyballbae
on 09/30/14
beachbabe916 liked this  
more than 5
MCGuy1985
on 09/30/14
I speak just English, but I know a few words of French, German, and Spanish.
Lize75
on 09/30/14
just English
ChocolateCraze
on 09/30/14
English, Spanish, and Vietnamese :):)
gblodget
on 09/30/14
I only speak English fluently but also know a bit of Spanish and Swahili as well - enough to ease drop a little but not hold a good conversation
RVmama
on 09/30/14
MtnMiss liked this  
Speak, or speak fluently? There is a huge difference! I can speak enough Spanish to get by, but I am far from proficient. I would hate to be stranded by myself in a foreign country! I would love to learn it better, though.
Sakura1988
on 09/30/14
English, Spanish, Korean, Japanese & Mandarin !
lucyanna85
on 09/30/14
English but lived in Espana for 5 years so I know poquito espanol... ;-)
Hooplahhollster
on 09/30/14
English, French, and modern Hebrew!
AMIDT7
on 09/30/14
English and Espanol poquito. (Sp) :-)
roxo
on 09/30/14
1.5 ..thanks mom *side eye*
antgigi
on 09/30/14
Spanish and English
SarahCatherineD
on 09/30/14
English but some French, enough to get back by if I have a dictionary on hand for some words :)
BrieDanielle
on 09/30/14
Just one *fluently* but I speak a few words in a multitude of languages. I took 5 years of Spanish in school. I know quite a bit of sign language. I am passable in a few things like German and Russian. I also try to learn "Thank you" in as many languages as possible.
amandeepsiddhu
on 09/30/14
Hindi, Punjabi, English :-)
tclbbs
on 09/30/14
gracefulLament and 7 others liked this  
Does sarcasm count?
Wicked1
on 09/30/14
tarheel4ever and 1 others liked this  
If that's the case...I'm fluent in two ;-)
tarheel4ever
on 09/30/14
tarheel4ever
on 09/30/14
Then there's this language called, "slang." I might actually be fluent in three!! :)
picassosghost
on 09/30/14
Toisanese, Cantonese, English, & French. Learned in that order.
Floraphu
on 09/30/14
English, burmese, chinese , korean
J909
on 09/30/14
AMIDT7 liked this  
English y Espanol :)
davek12
on 09/30/14
English, Spanish, French, Yoruba and partial Mandarin
Mystery1998
on 09/30/14
mariajmd liked this  
I only speck english
billybtc
on 09/30/14
gracefulLament and 10 others liked this  
Not very well from the looks of things.... ;)
pydsigner
on 09/30/14
EllieKinsley and 1 others liked this  
Mystery didn't say anything about writing in English...
JaguarXing
on 09/30/14
Perhaps their username is indicating they're still solving themselves....
Brainstormers
on 09/30/14
just one but some spanish
BobaTeaLoves
on 09/30/14
Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, and most of all, English xD
waterlilybarb
on 09/30/14
I only speak one language fluently, but do speak a little bit of several other languages.
nicemom
on 09/30/14
JaguarXing liked this  
I need to learn Spanish for a better job :)
woadwriter
on 09/30/14
Should have had a "just one but want to learn more" option ;) I speak English, can partially read Latin, and want to learn a "modern" language.
swagnameshan
on 09/30/14
I speak enough Spanglish to communicate with my aunt's relatives from Honduras.
WardoSmash
on 09/30/14
EllieKinsley and 2 others liked this  
English, Pig Latin, and my native tongue "Chicaglish". This language requires you to sometimes turn entire sentences into one or two words, and add improper end of sentence prepositions for absolutely no reason. English example: Where do you live? Chicaglish example: Wherya live at?
Kateness8
on 09/30/14
I speak English but I would love to be fluent in lots of languages! I took three years of Spanish in high school and really liked it, and surprisingly still remember a bunch of it. I also took a quarter of Sign Language in college, but I don't remember much at all. It's funny the really random things I remember from both Spanish and Sign.
GummyBear1122
on 09/30/14
JaguarXing liked this  
Just English. Although I had 2 years of French in high school, it's barely enough to get by.
lizgood22
on 09/30/14
I can barely speak English well and it's my first (and only) language.
psasser
on 09/30/14
You need to put a comma between "well" and "and." ;-)
tarheel4ever
on 09/30/14
Cassacacia and 1 others liked this  
At least you know how to spell barely. :D

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