Languages of the World


#1

-Yo hablo español
-Eu falo portugues
-Je parle francais
-I speak english

-Y tu?
-E voce?
-Et vous?
-And you?


#2

Tao nói tiếng Việt và tiếng Anh, thôi.

I’m going to take Spanish in high school, though.


#3

How do you do the weird marks kim?

English.


#4

I use a special typing program to type in Vietnamese.


(Mark) #5

English, Francais, Cantonese, Mandarin


#6

Cantonese, English, and a little Jap.

I knew Kim is Asian but didn’t know what kind. I keep thinking Korean…


#7

No, I knew she was from Vietnam, besides, koreans have a flat face (no ofence to koreans sorry)
But Kim has a more rounded face (that is a good thing!)


#8

I notice how Korean Girls have really round Forheads. I don’t meet that many Vietnamese people.


(Mark) #9

This is an interesting…um stereotype.


#10

All the girls at my school that are Korean have a round Forhead. Also this one girl’s mom does too.


#11

Its not stereotype, its genetics


#12

portugese,english,and somewhat spanish


#13

I used to go to a Korean daycare-type school and I would always be mistaken for being Korean. ::slight_smile:


#14

Nah, dont worry, you dont look korean


#15

我会讲一点华语。
I know speak one small bit english.


#16

I can speak Slovak language. It’s my main language.


(JonasK) #17

I have a few languages that you don’t. I can do Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, a tad Dutch, Spanish, a tad French, English and a tid tad Sami.


#18

I can also speak ajkdjkfhaklsdfdsajk

The language is called Gibberish.


(J. Lev) #19

Je parle francais. Je l’étudais pour beaucoup d’années. C’est une langue deficile, mais très amusant. J’ai visité à Québec, et c’était formidable! Ils parlent plus rapidement pour moi!

Also, I speak a very small bit of Hebrew. Was the French correct?


#20

mostly yes