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what languages do you speak?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by foxxy cleopatra, Jun 22, 2009.


  1. owieprone

    owieprone PetForums VIP

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    what the hell is mfl?
     
  2. foxxy cleopatra

    foxxy cleopatra PetForums VIP

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    modern forgein language
     
  3. Matrix/Logan

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    English only..........

    Oh and: -

    dog
    cat
    guinea pig
    rabbit
    rat and mouse!!!

    That just about covers everyone in the house!!

    Oh and of course stroppy 10 year old boy language...... i manage to decipher most of the time anyway!!
     
  4. bexy1989

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    OMG okay i reallllyyy wouldn't be able to cope :eek: No Coke :eek: No Cadburys :eek:
     
  5. CharleyRogan

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    I just couldn't deal with that, but then I suppose she was just trying to make sure that you eat proper food as opposed to rubbish. Our Marcus isn't allowed to be taken to Mc Donalds cos my mum doesn't want him to wanna go in everytime we see it. Have you seen them people on the tele that let their 2 year old daughter eat chippy chips every night and have never cooked her a proper meal then wonder why the poor kids is overweight?
     
  6. lifeizsweet

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    english , french and norwegian
     
  7. Melysia

    Melysia PetForums Member

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    English and some high school German. I'm in awe of people that can speak so many different languages, English is hard enough to master never mind introducing others!
     
  8. owieprone

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    is that a bizarre amalgamated english school class like the science classes you lot do?

    freaky schooling!
     
  9. Badger's Mum

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    I only speak Engish:D
     
  10. CharleyRogan

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    When I was in Thailand, I worked in a school as part of prep for my PGCE. And there was this little kid who was 4 and he could speak English, German, Thai and Chinese fluently! The kids are pushed very hard there, and to get into this school you gotta be mega rich!

    When I have children, I am going to encourage them to learn another language!

    My french teacher at GCSE could speak english, french, german, spanish, dutch and russian fluently!
     
  11. LouJ69

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    I can only speak English. I know a couple of Irish phrases & words, which is a shame considering I'm Irish & learned it in school for 15 or so years!!!:blushing:
     
  12. basi

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    English, German and a bit if Czech.
     
  13. thedogsmother

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    Yorkshire and Geordie and I've punched 3 people.
     
  14. Cavalierlover123

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    English,Irish,French, abit of german, portugese. think thats it.
    I want to see ice age 3 too it looks good! GO SEE TRANSFORMERS! Angels * demons is good too!!
     
  15. owieprone

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    any kid i have will be trilingual like me anyway, but i will push it learn a non-english based language lol

    I don't care what it learns in school as that's forced on them and inevitably it will hate it as it's taught in such a **** and boring way, i want it to learn a language it likes the sound of like me learning japanese for the fun of it.
     
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    Eng, French, Greek......coverse in Spanish, Italian and some Hindi & Urdu from living over in those places.

    Have a few Israeli friends so they taught me a bit of Hebrew when travelling...I obviously am not very good tho as a guy once checked into a hotel I worked in who was Israeli...I said "Anne rhotsa min" to him instead of "anne lo mavina" when he asked if I understood him...

    Foxxy...if you read it as it it written, I'm sure u will see why I was very embarrassed!!!!!

    ( Don't let Israeli's teach u Hebrew when drunk.......). xx :p
     
  17. bird

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    English, learnt russian at school but forgot most/all of it and greek
     
  18. borderer

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    geordie hard one to learn hinnie:D
     
  19. thedogsmother

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    Why eye man
     
  20. bird

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    Why get off with ya, is it bugger :rolleyes:
     
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