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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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billybtc
on 09/30/14
One. My brother speaks 4 so I guess he got the language brain. He speaks French, German, Russian and of course English.

I think these results may be slightly off. To me speaking a language means being able to hold a full conversation and not just being able to say "My name is ..... and my birthday is on ..... . I like sports and have a brother". Having a basic grasp of a language doesn't mean you can speak it, in my opinion of course.
swaguser10740663
on 09/30/14
I'm taking other languages.
Jaunice
on 09/30/14
I took Spanish in high school but never mastered it. I can read a few words but I can't understand it when spoken. I wish now that I had been a better student in Spanish class.
kyunicorn
on 09/30/14
I'm fluent in English and Spanish. Currently learning Korean :)
TrueOnly
on 09/30/14
1
mrsjrdavis
on 09/30/14
Just one, but I would like to learn more. I started learning Swedish and need to get back to it.
moneymaker47
on 09/30/14
rivan89 liked this  
python, C++,C,HTML,PHP,CSS,C# and some more if you want :P
MuchoCaliente
on 09/30/14
English fluently. Cantonese, French, ASL, Mandarin, Spanish, Italian, Korean, Japanese are all beginner.
MuchoCaliente
on 09/30/14
Add German and Malaysian to that beginner list too.
Norshine
on 09/30/14
Fijian!
ghostdragon
on 09/30/14
quader4 liked this  
I took German for 2 years in High school, used to be able to talk and write it fluently. Can't anymore lol
Vebinista
on 09/30/14
Fluently -1
A phrase here and there, numbers -3 more(German, French, Spanish)
One phrase - 1 more (Hindu)

Just don't ask me to write any of them. LOL
chasejenni
on 09/30/14
just bearly :p
WiccanLady
on 09/30/14
michael975 liked this  
Only English fluently, but I know a few words in many including Icelandic, Spanish, German, Welsh and Norwegian.
esaro1820
on 09/30/14
I'm fluent in Creole and French ( my home country has 2 languages), English. Know some phrases in Spanish although I understand and write it more than I can speak it, and now I 'm teaching myself Italian.
notamused
on 09/30/14
Can understand some Spanish and Italian but can't speak either well. I grew up hearing these languages, but did not learn to speak them myself.
lizgood22
on 09/30/14
I can barely speak English well and it's my first (and only) language.
SparkleBee
on 09/30/14
MoneySaver12345 and 1 others liked this  
Esa pregunta es muy dificil. This question is hard because I kind of speak Spanish (took 3 years of it in high school) and can read it pretty well but can't speak it very well. I said 2-3 anyway.
ThaButcher
on 09/30/14
same
Circegoddess022
on 09/30/14
I was able to speak 5 languages and read several more with moderate comprehension. All very rusty now.
christylou
on 09/30/14
ThaButcher liked this  
Press 1 for English.
thatkidagain
on 09/30/14
I know a man that speaks English, Italian, French, Spanish, Deutsch, Polish, Danish and Portuguese fluently, and knows words/phrases in many other languages as well. I don't know how he remembers them all and knows which is which to be honest!
As for me, I speak English, Spanish and BSL fluently, and know some conversational Korean, Polish, French and Danish but I wouldn't say I'm fluent in those.
tinmantoo
on 09/30/14
Fascinating link. Almost as many people speak Hindi as speak English.
ZoieC4244
on 09/30/14
I only know English. :)
SwaggerMohit
on 09/30/14
English, Hindi and ODia
Infonut
on 09/30/14
English , French ,German, Spanish, ASL. Spirit
love2bhome
on 09/30/14
SparkleBee liked this  
Some Spanish and ASL sign
njpete3992
on 09/30/14
Booktap liked this  
One fluently, but I speak enough of spanish and french to have a short conversation, and I know a couple words of Russian, German, and Portuguese. lol. I'd love to learn more, though, of many different languages.
roxreign
on 09/30/14
I know a few words in Spanish and French and Kpop has influenced some Korean phrases while Anime has given me some Japanese words I can yell "BAKA!" but I don't think these qualify as languages I can 'speak'
CoCoFuze
on 09/30/14
I know Spanish and Korean
thetraveling2
on 09/30/14
I did take French when I was in school. Just a very few words can I remember
Moonapple
on 09/30/14
nikkiaz and 1 others liked this  
Just 1, but I do know some Spanish. I can read Spanish better than speak it or write it. Plus I know few ASL signs, but not enough to have a conversation.
nikkiaz
on 09/30/14
Same here. Know some of both, but not to keep up in a conversation.
Bellachic333
on 09/30/14
CinnamonSinger liked this  
My first language is English and I would like to become fleunt in French one day.
jcb17142
on 09/30/14
CoCoFuze and 2 others liked this  
If you're serious, DuoLingo and Memrise are great places to start.
Swagofme2000
on 09/30/14
memrise est bon
Jed98
on 09/30/14
I speak English and I'm learning French.
Swagofme2000
on 09/30/14
moi aussi
KMS49343
on 09/30/14
ASL, never thought it'd come in handy when I took the classes, but I've met quite a few deaf people since picking it up, and they are typically surprised when you see them signing and you do it too!
Aigeth
on 09/30/14
CoCoFuze liked this  
I speak English and 안녕하세요!
Aigeth
on 09/30/14
Korean i think that this site does not like the Korean language. So annyeonghaseyo means hello!
Anyatron12
on 09/30/14
Ja, ich spreche Deutsch! Spent two years stationed in Mannheim (I was an Army medic). Fell in love with the country, the language.....and met my now-husband there. Lots of love for Germany!
BeanieBrain
on 09/30/14
have always wanted to learn more
krystalrene
on 09/30/14
fluent in 2 but would love to learn more
tlc7629
on 09/30/14
I only speak English but would love to learn French.
eekitty25
on 09/30/14
I'm taking German at school & it's really fun! I hope I can be an exchange student in Germany next year.
DanSwag68
on 09/30/14
I speak both English and Spanish
Sarangelo
on 09/30/14
The best way to learn about another country is to learn a foreign language. I'd highly encourage everyone to do it! And, research shows that people who know another language have lower rates of dementia than people who are monolingual. Vive les langues!
Mystery1998
on 09/30/14
mariajmd liked this  
I only speck english
joshygeorge2008
on 09/30/14
mariajmd liked this  
i speak english and hindi
katybug75
on 09/30/14
English only. I do know very little Russian
ktreenbean13
on 09/30/14
I speak and write English, but I know Latin which is a language that is not spoken.
HumuHumuNukuNuku
on 09/30/14
Jed98 liked this  
I am fluent in English, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, German, and the Magic of Friendship (the language of ponies). ;)
kingHongb
on 09/30/14
作为一个在美国加州,西睭牙是必须的,或者我应该改一下了,说西睭牙弝英语....
rilynn
on 09/30/14
jtippetts liked this  
Being in California, Spanish is a must or should I rephrase that and say Spanglish....
Gabinat
on 09/30/14
I am fluent in French, Canadian English and American English (the difference is not quite the spoken part, mostly differences in spelling some words such as "Honour" and "Honor") and I can understand some Spanish if it is spoken slowly.
HeatherRee19
on 09/30/14
I would like to learn ASL and I know a little Spanish.

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