Kuribo64
Views: 17,713,117 Home | Forums | Uploader | Wiki | Object databases | IRC
Rules/FAQ | Memberlist | Calendar | Stats | Online users | Last posts | Search
12-03-22 01:22 PM
Guest:

0 users reading What languages do you speak? | 1 bot

Main - General Chat - What languages do you speak? Hide post layouts | New reply

Pages: 1 2 3 4
AmyGillo
(post deleted) #100400

Arisotura
Posted on 06-22-21 04:01 PM Link | #100401
o, I never posted in this thread...

well, I speak French natively. I also speak English somewhat acceptably after years of practice (read: being a nerd).

also, derpy brain thinks it can reverse-engineer Japanese. as if DS hardware quirks weren't already bad enough.

____________________
NSMBHD - Kafuka - Jul
melonDS the most fruity DS emulator there is

zafkflzdasd

Swingball
Posted on 06-24-21 05:59 PM Link | #100406
I've completed the Duolingo Esperanto tree, now I'm just maintaining my streak, and using Drops and Clozemaster as my after-Duolingo tools. Once I finish my college I plan on participating more in Youngster events on Eventa Servo.

____________________
Netplay is a language we all speak.

Here’s my Discord. Kinda constructed now where we talk about whatever and lounge around on weekends.

https://discord.gg/CqMArxq

onamad1
Posted on 06-29-21 03:56 PM Link | #100424
I only speak English, but I live in Ireland and i always thought it'd be cool to learn Irish. It's a dying (or dead) language but its culturally important here, I was never good at learning languages though.

____________________
[image]

poudink
Posted on 06-29-21 10:04 PM Link | #100428
English and French, with French being my first language.

I considered learning Japanese because there's a lot of cool Japanese-only games and comics that I'd like to try, but the amount of time and effort I'd have to put into learning it is probably not worth it, especially considering how few real life applications for it there would be. Plus I have a decent enough backlog of stuff that isn't locked behind another language.

____________________
Nothing to say, so jadnjkfmnjamnfjkldnajfnjkanfjdksan jsdnvj m.

Arisotura
Posted on 07-06-21 08:13 PM Link | #100457
Posted by poudink
English and French, with French being my first language.

I considered learning Japanese because there's a lot of cool Japanese-only games and comics that I'd like to try, but the amount of time and effort I'd have to put into learning it is probably not worth it, especially considering how few real life applications for it there would be. Plus I have a decent enough backlog of stuff that isn't locked behind another language.

re: Japanese. same. while the language tingles my reverse-engineering instinct, there would be little use for it, atleast within my current context.

also, hey, another French speaker, phun!

reminds me of something I noticed: when people on these forums contacted me in French, it always felt weird to me, like it had some weird sense of familiarity

probably because I mostly use English to talk to foreign people on the internet, so I associated the two, while I mostly use French to talk to people IRL...

____________________
NSMBHD - Kafuka - Jul
melonDS the most fruity DS emulator there is

zafkflzdasd

RicBent
Posted on 07-07-21 09:47 PM Link | #100466

English and German for me, letter being my native language.

In school I also had 5 years of Latin and 3 years of Spanish. I remember basically nothing from those. What a waste considering the thousands of hours that went into sitting in classrooms being bored...

And now during quarantine I got so bored that I actually started learning some Japanese. I'm no where good enough to understand native conversations at full speed, but hey, it is getting there slowly but steadily.

Don't think it will be super useful to me in the future but at least it's a better time waster than playing games etc all the time.

Posted by Arisotura
reminds me of something I noticed: when people on these forums contacted me in French, it always felt weird to me, like it had some weird sense of familiarity

People contacting me about modding related stuff in German is always super strange. Especially because many things don't even really have German words for it in this domain and you end up talking in some frankenstein German-English hybrid. Might as well just use English at that point.

____________________
GitHub - YouTube - NSMBHD

alpha
Posted on 07-07-21 10:12 PM Link | #100467
I speak Spanish as a native language and a little English although I am a shit speaking it

Moon Star
Posted on 07-08-21 01:16 AM Link | #100469

I am Spanish, from abroad, I am also bilingual in Portuguese and English, how now I am answering the question

____________________
[image][image][image]

alpha
Posted on 07-08-21 03:47 AM Link | #100471
what a coincidence we are from the same country, well what do you mean you speak Spanish from abroad

Moon Star
Posted on 07-08-21 01:56 PM (rev. 2 of 07-08-21 01:57 PM) Link | #100475
Posted by alpha
what a coincidence we are from the same country, well what do you mean you speak Spanish from abroad

I am from Venezuela, South America.

This question has been well translated thanks to Google Translate. :)

____________________
[image][image][image]

alpha
Posted on 07-09-21 05:35 PM Link | #100480
Like me, I'm from Venezuela too, and I also use google translator because I don't speak English perfectly, in fact I'm learning it

for example: hola cómo estás hablo español perfectamente, me alegro conocer a alguien que hable mi idioma

kjevans123
Posted on 10-27-21 01:57 AM Link | #100647
im new here
Pages: 1 2 3 4

Main - General Chat - What languages do you speak? Hide post layouts | New reply

Page rendered in 0.028 seconds. (2048KB of memory used)
MySQL - queries: 29, rows: 223/223, time: 0.010 seconds.
[powered by Acmlm] Acmlmboard 2.064 (2018-07-20)
© 2005-2008 Acmlm, Xkeeper, blackhole89 et al.