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What Language Would You Like to Learn?

I'm Asking: What Language Would You Like to Learn?

Recently, the topic of languages came up while out for pizza with a new friend. I was so impressed when she told me that she's well versed in four languages, and it got me thinking about what other languages I'd like to include in my repertoire. Besides English, I'm pretty solid in Spanish, but it would be so much fun to learn something new. Discovering different languages is a fantastic way to boost your resume, and taking classes or purchasing learning material can be considered a personal investment.

What language(s) would you like to learn?


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Advah Advah 8 years
Swedish, Hebrew, Croatian and Greek. No specific reason, I like languages. :P
cpianolover cpianolover 8 years
MANDARIN OR CANTONESE!!!! I wanna learn soooooo badly!! I need some advice: should I learn Mandarin, Cantonese, Latin, Spanish, French, or German? I plan to take one of these classes but I don't know which one would be most useful... any advice? Thanks in advance
kaykayelle kaykayelle 8 years
Since I was little I've wanted to be fluent in French. I'm minoring in it, almost at the 300 level, been taking it for 8 years now, and still not fluent. Conversational, maybe? So I still say French. And I'd love to take a few courses in Italian, since it has kind of always fascinated me. And Latin, too. Plus I took a semester of Greek, and if I could snap my fingers and know a language, I'd probably choose that.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 8 years
Symphonee Symphonee 8 years
I learned French, Latin and Spanish ine elementary/Middle school and then I took for years of Mandarin Chinese in High school. I really want to take refresher courses for Mandarin and also learn Italian and Potugese.
pharm_chick pharm_chick 8 years
arabic, spanish and french!
BeautyQueen20 BeautyQueen20 8 years
I just started French again after a 9 year hiatus.
almostloli almostloli 8 years
japanese! :D nihon go benkyoushi tai!
moosie moosie 8 years
speak better portuguese and learn korean!
aistea311 aistea311 8 years
I took arabic last year but I want to be fluent and of course, spanish!
SeaAre86 SeaAre86 8 years
I speak English (First) and studied Japanese for 4 years so I'm pretty good with it. I wish I could remember French, though. :( I just kind of dropped it and never picked it up again..
BabyNorbert BabyNorbert 8 years
I want to perfect my French and I'm always looking for strange english words to stun people woth (I'm from Denmark so English isn't my first language - Danish is)... I'd like to improve my German, but that will probably never happen as I simply do not get it. When I feel confident in my French I'd like to learn Italian and Spanish...
arivera arivera 8 years
Italian, which hopefully I will start pursuing this year.
Princess-Peach Princess-Peach 8 years
I already speak French (first language). I really need to perfect my English, my accent is awful ! I'm pretty sure that you guys wouldn't understand what I say, my french accent is sooo strong !
bchicgrl bchicgrl 8 years
I would like to brush up on my french and learn more spanish since it's used so commonly in California. I would also love to learn Italian and Polish as it's my heritage and German because it would be fun to yell when I speak ha-ha
MartiniLush MartiniLush 8 years
@Brian - thanks for the link! Sounds like fun! :-)
lovelie lovelie 8 years
I would love to brush up on spanish. Right now I am trying to learn Italian (god help me) because I am living in Rome for the summer, and I am not even close to being conversational. I would also love to learn french or russian.
luna08 luna08 8 years
French! I bought some courses and want to take some at the university as soon as I have time.
Phorrest99 Phorrest99 8 years
I've always wanted to learn Italian :)
syako syako 8 years
@spectra - it depends where you are in Ukraine. In Western Ukraine there's more nationalism and people there speak Ukrainian more than Russian. In the East, you have more people who are Pro-Russia and therefore speak Russian.
Brian-Barker Brian-Barker 8 years
My vote is for Esperanto as well Check
sharshar sharshar 8 years
I started taking French seriously last October. If all goes well, I might be able to take the first level of proficiency exams at the end of this year :) Japanese didn't work out, it was too expensive
cordata cordata 8 years
Hebrew and Latin. I'm currently learning French and Mandarin
care0531 care0531 8 years
Italian or French. I think people can sound sexy talking in these languages but I think I would have an easier time with Italian since its pretty similar to Spanish and I know some spanish.
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