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  • embraer145
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    Dutch, English and German fluent.
    French a very little bit

    Rgds Aart

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  • Japan AirLines747
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    I can speak Cantonese, English & Mandarin.

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  • aloges
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    German
    English
    Brazilian Portuguese
    French (not fluent anymore)
    a bit of Castellano which isn't that hard if you speak Portuguese
    and I'd be able to survive in Italy, as well

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  • Alessandro
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    Swedish, Norwegian, English, some Danish, French and very basic Estonian and Hebrew.

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  • 777Captain
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    English (Mother Tongue)
    Italian

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  • uy707
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    Originally posted by RingwaySam
    I just use a translater

    Sam
    This is straightforward

    Alain

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  • RingwaySam
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    I just use a translater

    Sam

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  • Asian Brushstroke
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    English (both British & American + some Canadian, lol)
    Cantonese (native dialect)
    Mandarin
    A bit of Italian
    A tiny amount of French

    And I'd like to learn Levantine/Lebanese Arabic.

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  • Irfan
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    Malay, English, a little french, a little australian english and a little spanish. Thats what i talk thanks. Learn Australian english at Australia!!

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  • NOTAR520AC
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    Originally posted by mikecweb
    ebonics nigga.
    That's an airline. *cough* *cough* *cough-Adam!*

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  • mikecweb
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    ebonics nigga.

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  • Simpleboy
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    Kiwi English,
    Learning Nihongo.

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  • NOTAR520AC
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    English, partially fluent in Spanish.

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  • Flying High
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    -Spanish as my first language, spoken at home, with family and Latin American friends.

    -English as my second language. For business and education, primarily, and spoken with my American friends, of course.

    -Portuguese, although it's more like "Portuņol" (indistinct use of Spanish and Portuguese).

    -At one time, I took French and German courses, but I've largely forgotten to speak them.

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  • babypurin
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    Originally posted by uy707
    English - think to be fluant
    Alain
    Think Again j/k

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