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    Poll: Languages Spoken

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    Poll: Languages Spoken
    It seems that Mac-Forums has a diverse community setting. I am wondering what everyone's native language is, and also if they are fluent in any other language. I myself am an English speaker, and I would consider myself fairly fluent in Spanish as well.
    I will not run five kilometers with water.
    Yo no correré cinco kilómetros con el agua.
    Ich will nicht mit das Wasser fünf kilometer laufen.

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    surfwax95's Avatar
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    15" Powerbook G4 • 24" iMac • iPhone 3Gs
    English only.

    I've taken some Spanish, but not enough to learn the grammar.

    next...
    I try to Command+Shift+/ when I can.
    They're - Their - There | Two - Too - To | You're - Your | MAC - Mac
    I was on the M-F honor roll for October, 2006.

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    Badger
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    Native English (AKA an Anglophone up here), fluent in French, some German and Fulfulde, read Greek and Hebrew, can swear in Vietnamese.

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    I speak a language.

    :biohazard

    ha.

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    EDIT-XTREEM's Avatar
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    I speak English
    I've taken a bit of french (more like 7 years), but i cant catch on (i suck at it)
    Mac Pro (Early 2009) 8 Core 2.26 GHz, 6 GB Ram, 640 GB Drive. Dell 2408WFP.

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    Kokopelli
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    English, some German, rusty French (not used in 12 years), conversational Japanese, and can order a beer in Spanish, Korean, and Italian.

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    Aug 06, 2004
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    Tejas
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    2GHz Mac Mini 2GB RAM 160GB 10.6.2 | MDD DP 1.25GHz G4 1.5GB RAM 10.4.11 | 233MHz iMac G3 10.3.9
    English, German, some Spanish, but I'm learning

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    Aluminium Macbook 2.4 Ghz 4GB RAM, SSD 24" Samsung Display, iPhone 4, iPad 2
    English, fluent german, passable french & I can order a beer in spanish.

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    rman's Avatar
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    2 x 3.0GHz Quad-Core, 6GB OS X 10.6.8 | 15in MacBook Pro 2.2GHz OS X 10.6.8 | 64GB iPad 2 WiFi
    Cool
    I speak in tongues.
    Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, It's about learning to dance in the rain!

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    MJGUK
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    English and then I am very rusty in Japanese, French and Spanish.
    Japanese is probably the best out of all three though and I'm trying to learn more right now, as some of my family are Japanese.

    Arigato :]

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    Poll: Languages Spoken

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    Powerbook G4/ 15.2"/ 1.67 ghz/ 2 gb RAM/ ATI Mobility Radeon 9700 (128 mb RAM)/ 100 gb hdd@ 5400 RPM
    Hmm... I speak bad Spanish (it's more like Tex-Mex, if you will; a split between English and Spanish with a Texas accent). Other than that, just English.
    I'd use Windows... but I like the Mac OS more.

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    Powermac g4 400mhz, 10gb, 256mb ram, OS9
    English well, tad of spanish, but not very well
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    iMac Core i5, iPad, iPhone 4
    English, French, Swiss Dialect, German and Tamil fluently.
    Spanish for a year.
    Latin and Arabic belong to my study of very foreign languages.
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    Washington
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    Macbook Pro 2.6 GHz, 4 GB, 200 GB, 256MB Vid
    sometimes i don't think i speak english that fluently........................
    From a G4 400MHz to an Intel Mac Mini to iMac Core Duo to a Macbook Pro 2.6GHz.............gotta love Apple!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rman
    I speak in tongues.
    i can understand tongues... ill translate for u...

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