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    What is your mother tongue?

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    kinda pointy and she cant roll it up towards her nose.

    valR

    Very funny description of "how' your mother tongue was. Now would you answer "what" language was coming out of her mouth when she was using her tong for speaking?
    doolittle

    she spoke in "passive-agressive tones"

    English

    Texan......

    valR

    Cute!
    Sexier than Alabamian :)
    jhharlan

    Damn, and my accent isn't that thick but, my euphemisms are....

    English

    Romanian and Russian

    FISH-O

    No, not Romanian or Russian... English! :)
    valR

    Of course,your mother tongueis English; mine are R&R...
    FISH-O

    Rest and Relaxation... Romanian and Russian...30 karma points for a question and the answer.
    valR

    "F(oarte) F(oarte) bine" - in Romanian - means Very Very well.
    Thank you!

    English

    Same as her mother "frighting" .When lashing out ,said my Dad.

    British english.

    valR

    How's your German?
    west-bus

    Es k├Ânnte besser sein.

    bostonian..

    Italiano

    valR

    Ciao! Molto bene!
    This makes two of us whose 1st language is not English of some kind.
    Arivederci...

    English with a Canadian swang AEEE

    Aussie.....English

    English

    HERS!!!  English with maybe a tadbit of Country/Hillbilly!

    sort of pink, I think, with a tendency to be sharp at times, but all said in Aussie English

    Chinese. I'm Chinese too, though I always speak English

    valR

    Mandarin, Cantoneese, Shanghai, others, some of them?
    Desirae

    yea valR and Umbriel, I used to live in Guangzhou, China, but now I live in Los Angeles, California.
    valR

    You only answered Umbriel question but not mine; which one of languages spoken in China is your first language?
    Desirae

    Cantonese was my 1st language, then Mandarin

    American English.

    Just wait until your father gets home! (American English)

    WEST COAST USA ENGLISH, Dude.

    valR

    cool

    Spanish !

    valR

    Como amanesistes? :)
    leeroy

    Hey Varon, I checked out two of the bands you listed for me. I forget which question they were on, but I liked the first one. The second one had good acoustic guitar, but the drummer was a little off beat and they sounded like a cross between U2 a flock of Seagulls and a punk rock band. I guess you could say they are original and they weren't bad. The song was ghost or something. Anyhow just wanted to say hello, hope all is well with you...

    Australian English, fair dinkum I do ridgy didge I am not taking the piss.


     Our varity of English is sometimes called "strine"


    We have a mixture of Scottish, Irish and Englanders speech as they were the predominate nationalities that settled this great country


    We have added our own slang words as indicated in my heading.


     


    We use

    English in the key of "sharp".


    Image result for pic of woman with sharp tongue


     

    United States Marine corps. 1942- 1945.

    ....English 

    "Engrish".



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