#1 Posted by Alexandruxx (248 posts) -

#2 Edited by Alexandruxx (248 posts) -

I can speak my natal language (romanian) and english.

I also know enough french to carry out a basic conversation.

I am asking this simply because I am curios.

#3 Posted by MysteriousBob (6262 posts) -

Tri, I can speak English, American and Australian.

#4 Posted by Turambar (7088 posts) -

Tri. English, Chinese, and Shanghainese.

#5 Posted by TheSeductiveMoose (3629 posts) -

Tri. Swedish, German and English

Since Swedish is my native language I also have little problem understanding Norwegian and Danish.

I can carry a simple conversation in Spanish, too.

#6 Posted by Buscemi (1125 posts) -

Swedish, English, Sanskrit and Klingon.

#7 Posted by Bloodlines (177 posts) -

Two: Norwegian and English .

#8 Posted by JackSukeru (6055 posts) -

Likt en sann viking talar jag endast Svenska.

#9 Posted by Animasta (14818 posts) -

English, + a little bit of German and Japanese.

#10 Posted by TheVeteran13 (1258 posts) -

English and Italian(at least well enough to get by if I ever went to Italy)

#11 Posted by mortal_sb (585 posts) -

german (native), english, french and a taaaad swedish.

#12 Posted by Lenny (92 posts) -

English, Irish and German.

#13 Posted by ssj4raditz (1156 posts) -

English and Pirate.

#14 Posted by ajamafalous (12312 posts) -

English, and I took three years of French in high school. So I guess like 1.5 languages.

#15 Posted by Lenny (92 posts) -

@ssj4raditz: Splice the mainbrace ye vile bilge rat!

#16 Edited by PrivateIronTFU (3858 posts) -

English and Spanish.

I can also speak English the way it used to be spoken. Which basically means no soft vowels. If that counts.

#17 Posted by Wacomole (915 posts) -

0.5. Sometimes I can barely speak English.

#18 Posted by Jack268 (3368 posts) -

3 but my German has really degraded over the last 2 years.

#19 Posted by Hector (3514 posts) -

English and Spanish and some Italian.

#20 Posted by Sooty (8195 posts) -

I can read and write Japanese, and converse in the language. I'm not good enough to say I "know" the language but I'll get there eventually.

English and Japanese will be my two.

#21 Posted by iam3green (14368 posts) -

one, english. maybe i should learn another language.

#22 Posted by theoldhouse (437 posts) -

@Alexandruxx: Native not natal

#23 Posted by oppai2 (82 posts) -

German, English and Japanese.

#24 Edited by Draugen (751 posts) -

Norwegian and english fluently. I can also make myself understood in swedish and german, and I have a basic grasp of italian.

#25 Posted by ssj4raditz (1156 posts) -

@Lenny: Avast! Don't be makin' me keelhaul yer! Yarr...

#26 Posted by sfighter21 (833 posts) -

English and a language I'm sure none of you have ever heard of, Gujarati. Native language from India. Hindi however, that sounds like gibberish to me, lol.

#27 Posted by Alexandruxx (248 posts) -

@theoldhouse said:

@Alexandruxx: Native not natal

Okay, sorry :D

In my language both natal and native are acceptable (natală and nativă) so I thought it's the same way in english...

#28 Posted by DeF (5190 posts) -

@Jack268 said:

3 but my German has really degraded over the last 2 years.

Mine has as well, the difference being that German is my mother tongue.

I consume so much stuff in English so that my English is probably better than my German at this point lol

I didn't count my 4 years of French since I can barely put together a full sentence anymore (it's been 10 years after all^^).

#29 Posted by SlashDance (1856 posts) -

English, French and a tiny bit of Spanish.

#30 Posted by Vexxan (4624 posts) -

2, English and Swedish. I know some French too, studied it for 4 years. 

#31 Posted by Grainbrain (14 posts) -

Three. Finnish, Swedish and English. But I'm aiming for 5 by adding German and Japanese to the list.

Also thanks to swedish I can understand norwegian and danish fairly well.


#32 Posted by Cloudenvy (5874 posts) -

I know 4, Danish, Swedish, German and English.

I wouldn't say that I've mastered Japanese just yet. : )

#33 Posted by FancySoapsMan (5875 posts) -

ingles & spanish

#34 Posted by Ravenlight (8057 posts) -

English and lolcat

#35 Posted by GeekDown (1173 posts) -

Two. Swedish and English.

#36 Posted by xMP44x (2227 posts) -

I'm going to say one, but I have enough German for a conversation I suppose, and somehow I am able to read small amounts of Russian. Very small amounts.

#37 Posted by dudeglove (8965 posts) -

Russian and fuck everyone else.

#38 Posted by SomeJerk (3561 posts) -

I am fluent in jibberish, as well as utter nonsense.
And I'd love for this poll to have had like a way to check how many from where voted what - kinda curious what the generations of US folks on GB have, if it's the idea that exists everywhere in the world that most of them only know English or if if a second language is getting popular.
I can forgive you guys if you're sticking to English, German is gross and French is the other way around.
Don't try to study Finnish.

#39 Posted by Video_Game_King (36567 posts) -

5, but they're all Lunarian languages. English isn't one of them.

#40 Posted by Example1013 (4855 posts) -


#41 Posted by Example1013 (4855 posts) -

Also I only know Spanish.

#42 Posted by Kazzurak (395 posts) -

1. Danish

2. English

3. French (some)

4. German (very little but i somewhat understand what theyre saying / writeing)

and i answered 4+

#43 Posted by ki11tank (734 posts) -

Proper English and shit ass potty mouth english.

#44 Posted by UncleClassy (405 posts) -

I only know good ole Amurrican

#45 Posted by BatmanBatman (495 posts) -

English , Portuguese and a little bit of Spanish

#46 Posted by Lind_L_Taylor (4114 posts) -

Since I just completed a Chinese class, I can now speak 2 languages. :)
Chinese (Simplified) & English.

#47 Posted by psylah (2272 posts) -


#48 Posted by Sanaj (184 posts) -

English and French. Although, I haven't really used French now for a few years.

#49 Posted by WarlockEngineerMoreDakka (452 posts) -

I only know English. I've tried to learn Spanish, but it just wouldn't happen. :\ (Even after several attempts at it during High School, Spanish was the only class I ever outright failed in college)

#50 Posted by Foxtrot0245 (323 posts) -

Just one right now, but I'm working on learning Russian through Rosetta Stone. Ask me again next year and hopefully it'll be two!