DanTheTimid wrote:I took 3 years of Spanish in highschool and live on the border of Mexico so we have like 20 different Spanish channels in the basic cable package, so while I wouldn't say I speak it fluenty, I've held conversations primarily in spanish with people online from spanish speaking countries before.
After Espanol, the only language I know any significant amount of is Japanese. Never took any courses on it but I did used to own a "learn to speak Japanese" computer program that I would use all the time, plus for years I was watching subtitled and occasionally non-subtitled anime. Over time you pick up a thing or two. But a thing or two isn't enough to hold meaningful conversations, and certainly not worthy of being considered fluent. Plus I can only understand spoken japanese or japanese written in english characters, Kanji is entirely out of my league.
lupos wrote:Took French in HS, I only remember about 5 words total.
Was taking Japaneses classes but works gotten to busy so taking a break on those for a while. Hopefully start back up towards the end of summer.
boku wa lupos desu. O name wa?
otearai wa asoko desu.
chronomaster wrote:I've wanted to pick up on German, Russian, Korean, Japanese, and some form of Chinese in my lifetime, and maybe some Spanish to finish out my lessons.
Grain wrote:Chronomaster wrote:The language of the title is Latin.
What makes you think that?
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