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RandallKHarp says

English, American, Australian and a little bit of Kiwi

Too funny, mate! When I was in Israel, someone asked my wife and I if we spoke English. When we opened our mouths, the concluded that we spoke American, and went to go find some English speakers. :)

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RandallKHarp says

American English (native), un poco de español, un tres peu de Français, ? ?? ??? ???? (harbah pechot eevreet).

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Pricop says

English and Romanian (Native).

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Themescage says

English, Urdu, Punjabi, HTML, CSS :):):)

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phileas5928 says

American English (native), un poco de español, un tres peu de Français, ? ?? ??? ???? (harbah pechot eevreet).

in french you would say “tres peu de francais”(not un tres peu de francais), but you seem to speak good french nevertheless

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inspirapkd says

Malayalam (native), Tamil, Hindi & English… :)

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RandallKHarp says


American English (native), un poco de español, un tres peu de Français, ? ?? ??? ???? (harbah pechot eevreet).
in french you would say “tres peu de francais”(not un tres peu de francais), but you seem to speak good french nevertheless

Merci pour l’information. Years ago, I worked at a bakery here in the USA. Because I can pronounce “croissant” correctly, an Italian customer often tested my high school French by engaging me in French conversation. Je parle encore un tout petit peu (ou “tout petit peu” sans “un”?).

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