Discussion in 'Aqua Polis Square' started by Yami, Jul 12, 2012.
hello people what language you speak???
I Speak German and English ^.^
I speak English and Japanese.
German is an interesting language, too. I have just never tried to learn it. Haha.
I speak English and a little bit of ASL. I'm not that good at ASL but I can do a few signs.
English, and have been teaching myself japanese for a year
okay what kind of language is ASL language I know this is not ^.^
ASL is American Sign Language. Basically, it's a type of language you use with your hands to talk to deaf people with.
Awesome. If you want to practice conversation let me know. Always helps, and Japanese works on these forums. いいでしょね。
English, German, French.
Learning Russian, and I want to learn Swedish.
Languages are easy for me, since all I need to be able to do is learn how to read it and understand it from other people.
Wow. That's a lot. I've always wanted to learn Russian. How do you like it so far?
Languages are easy for me as well, but it's because I easily understand language construction. As long as I know the relevant words and grammar types, I can communicate.
Russian is very different; it has that olden taste to it. I've always loved hearing it, so I learned it. Might as well get to know what you like, right?
okay nice that one speak German
i only know about 430 words, so my conversational skills will be pretty bad. いいでしょうねといいですねのちがいはななですか？ please correct me if that's inｃorrect. can i end a sentence with "。" even if it's a question?
Absolutely. I only learn languages that I have a moderate interest in. I love the way Russian sounds, even when they say English words, haha. I eventually want to learn it, and one of my friends wants to learn it with me so that's more of a reason to do it.
I'm not sure what that says. いいでしょね。Means, "That's great, right?" And adding といいですね makes it pretty redundant, because it means "wouldn't that be good" for someone else. The rest of it isn't clear to me, but か implies a question, so a period would be just fine. You only use the question mark when you use short form in writing or typing.
Probably the toughest language I've had to learn. Mostly since Romantic languages are fairly easy and flow nicely together (German, French, Italian). Taking steps away is difficult for me since I'm already so use to the flow of the words. But, since you already know Japanese, the break line of the wording should come familiar.
Japanese n English...sadly I can only speak Japanese can't read it
Japanese and English. 外国語を習うのはなかなか楽しい物！！
I agree, Romance languages are typically easy to understand with only slight variations in sounds. Slavic languages, much like the Semitic languages, are formed from calligraphic (or scripted) languages. I love these languages in particular, because writing them is considered to be an art form. Russian itself may not be that way now, but it's alphabet system and writing are far from what we typically see in Romance languages, and that interests me.
i can not Japanese -.- xd
Swedish, English, Italian, Spanish, French, Japanese
Learning/can understand: Russian, German, Portuguese
Know partials of: Chinese, Korean
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