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    What second language can you speak?

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    Some spanish and a little swahili, also jive!
    varon

    IamPamela, thank you very much for the TU, muchicimas gracias por el TU , e muito obrigado por me dar TU.
    IamPamela313

    @varon - El placer fue que todo de minas :-)
    varon

    Muy bien IamPamela, muy bien.
    Canadian
    likeomg33

    Canadian? Is that French or "eh"
    IamPamela313

    LMAO, Free :-)
    $<YAKS “B-Q".../\/\/\
    Money talks, bull-sh** walks
    That’s symbolic (1) Financial(2) Reserved-crude for bull-sh**(3) Southern-Biggot noise(4)
    Bostonian and Deep South.... 2 differnt worlds, 2 different laungages.
    Some Spanish, Espacio Fantasma dice hola a todos. Not fluent yet, have some relatives that are fluent.
    IamPamela313

    Hola, Amigo :-)
    Spaceghost

    Hola, Amiga, Que tal?
    IamPamela313

    Todo está bien
    Drill Sargent
    Colleen

    Moderator
    A language all it's own and deserving of a thumbs up ;)
    JDB

    LOL Yes it is Colleen and one that's well remembered, even 30 yrs later...
    IamPamela313

    Attention!...at ease :-)
    I speak the language of a secret society of women. No means no but depending on my mood it just might mean yes, yes means yes,don't touch me means you better give me a loving hug. I could go on but I'm giving away too much here;)
    Yvonne57

    Moderator
    I'm with you Mom. TU

    By the way did you see the question about pulling apart split ends by Hannybananny?
    My second language is English. I am fluent in Spanish and also Portuguese and little Italian.
    I can speak them all http://translate.google.com/ the difficulty is carrying my laptop everywhere and pronouncing the words I see, lol

    Best I can do on my own is some Spanish.
    i know how to swear in Chinese.
    AUSTRALIAN. (It's similar to English.)
    digger

    Get atta here. Canadian is the purest and most comprehensible form of English on the planet. All other versions are heavily-accented dialects...and that includes the original Limey version. Eh ? :-)
    Tommyh

    To us (Down here)Canadians just sound like Americans.
    Or some Americans anyhow.
    eggplant

    That's true.
    Little french., little Slovac, fluent in German
    I speak fluent Dog and Cat!
    digger

    You animal, you.
    6dogs4us

    You got it!
    English and Tamil. I can't write you any Tamil because I don't have the characters on my computer.
    eggplant

    I can speak one language, chicken.
    Tommyh, I know what you mean. Up here,we can't detect the subtle differences between Australians and New Zealanders although I'm sure that you can spot a kiwi a mile away,right?

    Same goes for Canadians and Americans. We both know we're from different countries right from the initial greeting. Somehow, we manage to get along rather well.
    Tommyh

    Not just Kiwis Digger.People from different states in the country have distinctly different accents.For instance I come from Queensland & we tend to drawl.I can spot a Victorian a mile away.
    digger

    Same here, T. Newfoundlanders ( or Newfies as we fondly refer to them ) are as distinct as you can imagine. They DO love to party.
    French and Italian
    Fluent German, some Russian and Polish, some Turkish. I also speak fluent American Profanity. But you already know that.
    (BODY)!
    I'm a frencais et an american et, englais aurovoir or a beintau
    cee tu main com je taim cole ta betain contre la mien ,bonjour mon amour.


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