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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
Vote
Comment on this poll
Mrslasha
on 09/30/14
I speak English fluently but I would love to learn more Spanish
matted
on 09/30/14
Counting Pig Latin, ora onay?
mammawalton
on 09/30/14
Does sign language count?
BlooJR1996
on 09/30/14
COOL
RavenX19
on 09/30/14
Does a few words in several count?
Birdiebook
on 09/30/14
Don't know if ASL counts, since you don't /speak/ it, but it definitely should count for another language. I answered 2-3, even though I'm not fluent in ASL, but I am going to be soon!
picklesthe24th
on 09/30/14
Mrslasha and 1 others liked this  
I wish they whoever they are would quit trying to change usa from english to spanish those who grew up here speaking english should not have to learn a new language to live here.
skunk911
on 09/30/14
gulaab liked this  
USA does not have an official language. I think we are trying to embrace all cultures.
mkw70
on 09/30/14
RenRei00 and 4 others liked this  
Um, no the USA's official language is English.
jgul8190
on 09/30/14
The USA doesn't have an official language at the Federal level. Some states have adopted legislation...well, here. I'll copy and paste.

The United States does not have a national official language; nevertheless, English (specifically American English) is the primary language used for legislation, regulations, executive orders, treaties, federal court rulings, and all other official pronouncements; although there are laws requiring documents such as ballots to be printed in multiple languages when there are large numbers of non-English speakers in an area.

As part of what has been called the English-only movement, some states have adopted legislation granting official status to English. As of January 2014, out of 50 states, 28 had established English as the official language, and Hawaii had established both English and Hawaiian as official.

In 2014, three more states, Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey, considered enacting English as their offic
sunderlandlm
on 09/30/14
one is enough
AnnaSunshine
on 09/30/14
I voted "I would like to learn more." I am only fluent in English, but started French. I know a few words in a few other languages, but learning more would definitely be interesting and useful!
inkygurl42
on 09/30/14
scorpiophoenix liked this  
yes i speak english and ja ich spreche deutsch :) We learn english in germany schools...world easiest language...but i actually learned it from 2 little american kids i used to watch when my mom had soldiers/military familie's living in our huge 3 story high house,,only took me 6 months to read write and speak english.

German was sooooooooo much harder lol. I even forgot some german words..yeah blah lol
CourtneyBLangdon
on 09/30/14
I speak English fluently, German conversationally (although I used to speak it fluently - so out of practice!), and only a smattering of French from when I was a child. I wish I had the time to learn more German and French so I could speak them as fluently as I speak English.

And I agree with the previous post - I didn't notice that the last option was "I would like to learn more" or I would have selected that. :)
Trader
on 09/30/14
Samanthas94 liked this  
If you speak two languages, you are bilingual. If you speak three or more, you are multilingual.
If you speak only one language, you are American. :-)

I am American. For five and a half years several teachers tried to teach me Latin, but they all failed--so was I the one who got the bad grades?
KR30
on 09/30/14
GlorietMdq and 1 others liked this  
You are clearly NORTH American, NOT American. Don't generalize, English is not the ONLY language spoken in America.
coolmom2012
on 09/30/14
should be if you want to stay
captaingraphic
on 09/30/14
6696paperflowers and 1 others liked this  
With the rural area in which I live, there is no need to know anything besides English.
jgul8190
on 09/30/14
I live in a very rural area, too. (Northwest Kansas!) and we have quite a few Spanish speaking families in town. Also, we're a popular tourist destination and have truckers in and out a lot. We get people who speak Spanish, German, French, Romanian, Gaelic. Where I work, I encounter so many of these people. I love listening to them talk in their native tongues! :)
coolmom2012
on 09/30/14
I only NEED to speak English I am an American and don't plan to travel so that is ALL I NEED
carolzozs
on 09/30/14
I used to be fluent in Spanish but when you don't use it for 35 years you lose it. And I used to speak rudimentary Norwegian but never got very good at it. But I'd love to learn lots of different languages. Maybe someday.
jgul8190
on 09/30/14
I speak a little Spanish. I'd love to learn more of it, though. And possibly German or French.
mimmeth
on 09/30/14
JUST ONE WITH THE USUAL BASICS OF HELLO AND GOODBYE OF A FEW
nikos1978
on 09/30/14
Did anyone put any actual thought in today's poll? If you did you would recognize that the last option is not mutually exclusive...
chippeehackee
on 09/30/14
I speak English and rudimentary Spanish. In college, my Spanish professors told me that I was extremely gifted linguistically and that I ought to study to be a translator. I never went that far, but I do enjoy helping other people learn Spanish.
noyes123
on 09/30/14
Just one.
LindsayTea
on 09/30/14
I learned French, Spanish and Welsh at school but have forgotten most of it! I guess you need to keep using a language regularly, otherwise you get rusty!
tarheel4ever
on 09/30/14
Zeldana liked this  
I speak southern American English and it sounds completely different from American English spoken in other regions of the United States.
mkw70
on 09/30/14
I wish I was fluent in another language!
Nikki819
on 09/30/14
Samanthas94 liked this  
Native English, 3 years of French in high school which sadly I haven't retained all that well, a bit of Italian because that's where my grandparents emigrated from, and a decent understanding of Arabic as I've been married to an Arab for 7 years.
Samanthas94
on 09/30/14
Arghh feel your pain for the French. It is SO hard to retain a language where you're not living in a native land!
lili222
on 09/30/14
kimbow702 and 6 others liked this  
I speak five languages and I see first-hand the non-culture, narrow-mindedness, and prejudice in USA towards languages and foreign people in general...
GReaper5506
on 09/30/14
Talk about narrow-minded and prejudiced!
MaxiMouse
on 09/30/14
mknarr70 liked this  
Wow! Just wow!
cornfieldgal
on 09/30/14
GlorietMdq and 4 others liked this  
I am shocked at how few want to learn another language. I never had the opportunity but as I travel and interact with others, here and abroad, I wish I could!
Inus
on 09/30/14
I would have choosen that but I didn't notice it before I voted. :P I'm sure a lot of others did the same.
Chicco01
on 09/30/14
0KingOfSulphur0 liked this  
I speak English and a bit in Japanese,Korean, Spanish, Italian and welsh (my Nana is welsh).
Zooca
on 09/30/14
Just one, but would like to learn more. I know how to speak very basic bits of French from school and travel and basic Spanish - but I'd like to be fluent! Currently using Duolingo to improve.
mominmi
on 09/30/14
Samanthas94 liked this  
I took German in high school, but I've forgotten most of it. I'd love to study iy again and become fluent.
ABgirlie75
on 09/30/14
Samanthas94 liked this  
English and a bit of french. Would love to relearn french though.
kimberlyrae25
on 09/30/14
I learned german in high school but don't really remember anymore... so just english :)
atagahi
on 09/30/14
ocaloca85 liked this  
Just English, I really do wish they had started teaching other languages earlier in my schooling. 10th grade was just to late for anything to stick.
saroj80
on 09/30/14
coolll
kayo54
on 09/30/14
I am from the South . I love the good ole USA,no matter how you say it are what you call it speak what ever ,they speak where ever you live ... English American what ever nickpicking is nick picking..So BLESS YOUR HEART ,YAWL HAVE A GOOD DAY NOW
YA HEAR !!!!!!!!!!!!!
RedBaron96
on 09/30/14
Boze2 liked this  
I speak English, knew a handful of words in German (since Dad took it in college), like danke and bitte, polite words :) I took Latin in high school, but you don't really speak it. We did translations. However, it was very helpful to learn. The only Spanish I know I learned from Sesame Street :)

Learning other languages is hard for me. Some people just have a gift for it. Our daughter tried taking Spanish (3rd and 4th) and German (5th) in school, but she struggled with it. Our son started French last year in 3rd and is loving it, still doing it this year. I kept telling our daughter to keep with it, as she'll need two years of a language in high school for college, and taking it now would make it easier then, but she was just frustrated with it.
English is a mutt language to begin with, taking words from all other languages, a bulk of which are Latin and German. You'd think it'd make it easier for me to learn another language, but it doesn't lol.
Kats987124
on 09/30/14
I know English, French, Spanish, did a bit of Latin.
I know a few words in Italian, German, Ancient Greek, Portuguese, Dutch
ruthie1019
on 09/30/14
english and spanish
DanielBayne
on 09/30/14
i spoke american
NejiHyuga900
on 09/30/14
nameliness liked this  
English is my primary language. I learned Spanish in school but now, I can't remember much of Spanish ever since school was over for me, and I've been learning Japanese on my own.
nameliness
on 09/30/14
same here. except for learning japanese. i want to learn i just can't seem to grasp it.
Kats987124
on 09/30/14
My dad speaks 5: English, Spanish, Russian, Latin, German, & sort of Greek!
gerald58
on 09/30/14
Gerlinde111 and 1 others liked this  
I spoke German before I knew English I am also the only one of seven brothers and sisters that was taught German I still speak the language
nursemorph
on 09/30/14
I only know English these days...I did learn French at school for 5 years but have forgotten most of it as I don't use it
MaxiMouse
on 09/30/14
I put "would like to learn more" because I used to be fairly fluent in french but since college an never having to use it I barely know any. Would like to refresh it but only of I'd use it. Maybe I'll learn spanish instead since there is a greater likelyhood that I'll use that more.
nitad8455
on 09/30/14
Took French in school and still understand enough to help tourists along in our town outside a national park, however I wouldn't say I could speak it. Being able to understand it and being able to speak it are two very different things.
gramy10
on 09/30/14
kayo54 and 3 others liked this  
I live in the United States, that is the language that should be spoken. A second language is ok, but primary should be American. Live in country, speak the language.
JanetteG
on 09/30/14
Gerlinde111 and 4 others liked this  
I live in Canada and have learned 5 languages, with English being my "primary", as you call it. I enjoy speaking more languages because it helps me to meet new people, to understand their culture, and to better understand what they are trying to say to me. I wouldn't give up speaking that many languages and having those experiences for anything. I find that those living on this continent who were born here and speak more than one language have more tolerance for others. I do agree, however, that if someone chooses to live in our countries, they should learn to speak our language. :)
Boze2
on 09/30/14
You sound like a smart cookie with a great deal of common sense!
maureen1962
on 09/30/14
Pasalastortillas and 12 others liked this  
I agree that this country should have an official national language, but please note that we speak English, not "American".
pickledgarlic
on 09/30/14
There are standard varieties of English all over the world which are all valid in their own right: American English, Indian English and Australian English
ragdolltb
on 09/30/14
Only in America is our language called English. Everywhere else in the world it is either American or American English.
lili222
on 09/30/14
You do speak American, English is far from American.... LOL... British people would laugh in your face if you state that you speak English in America... LOL again...
ZeeMAD1
on 09/30/14
tarheel4ever and 1 others liked this  
*eye roll*
maureen1962
on 09/30/14
jdcnservices and 3 others liked this  
I believe the term is "American English" if you want to get technical about it.
Tucoma
on 09/30/14
MotherOfSwag and 1 others liked this  
Only 1 until someone pisses me off, then you think I'm a language teacher, lol
Virginia81
on 09/30/14
nitad8455 liked this  
I know some french, but very little.
0KingOfSulphur0
on 09/30/14
ugotmeowed and 3 others liked this  
Unfortunately, I only know English. I know a bit of Spanish, German, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, Klingon, and Mando'a, but not enough to be fluent. I wish I'd paid attention in school and learned more languages when I had more free time.
0KingOfSulphur0
on 09/30/14
I forgot Latin. I used to know the language very well, but I don't exactly use it often. A truly beautiful language, Latin is. This question really makes me think that I need to find the time to actually learn these (and maybe more) languages.
nishii
on 09/30/14
=)
JimNL
on 09/30/14
9AndAHalfDigits liked this  
Does E-bonics, T-bonics count?
Rodman1
on 09/30/14
Whats T-bonics?

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