I’m monolingual, but I’d like to learn Portugese.

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    Languages that i know :

    1. Español ( Spanish language )

    2. English

    3. Ladino ( Judeo-Spanish Language )

    Languages that i am still learning :

    1. 中文 ( mandarin )

    2. اللغة العربية ( Arabic language )

    3. ئۇيغۇر تىلى ( uyghur language )

    4. Tiếng việt ( Vietnamese language )

    5. বাংলা ভাষা ( bengali language )

    6. Забони Тоҷикӣ / زبان تاجیکی ( Tajik language )

    7. Ўзбек тили / Oʻzbek tili / اۉزبیک تیلی ( uzbek language )

    8. Azəri türkcəsi dili / آذری تۆرکجه‌سی دیلی ( Azerbaijani language )

    9. 조선어 ( Korean language )

    10. زبان فارسی ( Farsi language )

    11. Bahasa Indonesia ( Indonesian language )

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        Shalom alehem kerido Comrade ❤️

        Ok let me explain .

        1. I study by learning the syntax , phonology , grammar and then compering them .

        2. I use various dictionaries only , not translators .

        3. I have a lot of very difficult ways and methods on learning and studying the languages , for me it’s easy .

        4. Keep studying all of them without rest .

        5. Always repeat everything you have learned and then go study more new vocabulary of those languages and keep doing it .

        6. Learn the basics of how such language/s works and then when you learn the basics move on to the most difficult parts before that you have to learn how it works from grammar , syntax , phonology and all of that and then again move on and keep doing the other stuff like making sentences remembering word order and other things .

        Espero ke ésto sea de buena ayuda para ti .

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        eksplikasion por favor ? 😏😆

        Edit : for real i am learning them one by one . It’s not that difficult 😂

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        I’ve always had a thing for languages. I can also understand and read Spanish, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and Italian.

        Part of it is just me easily learning new languages. Part of it is travel.

        But also, Dutch school system has a big focus on German and some focus on French as they are big trading partners and many business opportunities come frome these countries. So besides mandatory English for six years you also get mandatory French and German for two and an optional extra four years if you want to. I chose to learn German and drop French but ever since I moved to Belgium two years ago I picked up French again. I now am the go to guy for German speaking people at my place of work and half the country speaks French so I use it a lot as well.

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    Mandarin because if I ever get a real chance I’d do whatever I could to try and move to China and get out of the cesspit that is the West.

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      This is why I need to learn Mandarin too…and brush up on my Spanish.

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    I read/speak English and Portuguese fluently, have been studying German for 1 month now

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      Wie läuft es bisher? Und warum Deutsch? Klingt nach einer interessanten Kombination mit Englisch und Portugiesisch lol

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        Wie läuft es bisher?

        Es ist erst ein Monat vergangen, ich weiß nichts

        Und warum Deutsch?

        To prepare for Russian, and later Mandarin

        Klingt nach einer interessanten Kombination mit Englisch und Portugiesisch lol

        The more the merrier! To know a language is to know a whole universe. If you know French, you may have more access to literature and information on several African countries, and you’ll have even deeper information if you know Swahili

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        Wenn du Hilfe brauchst, melde dich ruhig

        Danke, Genosse. Ich habe mich jetzt bei der deutschen Brigade des Sojus-Instituts angemeldet

        I can’t speak shit, by the way, it’s been only a month

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    I know:

    Serbian

    Montenegrian

    Bosnian

    Croatian

    Macedonian

    English

    Russian

    Understand Slovenian but can’t speak it

    And I’m learning German.

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      That’s a lot! I would assume a lot of vocabulary to overlap between the Slavic languages, although I don’t know how similar they are.

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      I have question :

      But is the other languages that you have mentioned are they’re similar ? or not .

      Like russian and serbian ?

      Macedonian and Bosnian ?

      Do they share the same words , phrases vocabularies or they are totally different from one another ? .

      ( Just asking 😁 )

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    I can speak english, german and cantones. Mandarin, russian and arabic kinda interest me.

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    I read/speak English/Spanish fluently, one of my goals this year is to start with either Chinese or Arabic.

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    I’m learning Russian on and off every few months or so bc I’m kinda busy lately. My brother wants to learn Irish Gaelic, my Dad is learning French and a few friends know German. I have people asking me to learn this or that language and I’d love to be multilingual but Id rather learn Russian well before learning new languages