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If there was one language you dreamed of speaking, which would it be ?

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it would be japanese for me :)

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German for me 🇩🇪

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French ;)

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Japanese most likely. 

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It doesn't have to stay a dream, start doing, there's more then enough resources online, and it can be achieved by as little as 30 minutes of study a day over a long period of time.

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I actually did dream once that i was speaking Japanese fluently the only reason i noticed it was JP because of a few words i actually know.

 

Sure was a fun dream.

 

So yeah that should make it obvious which language i would choose.

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Japanese. I love the way it sounds.

Although, I may start learning French again this year when I start my degree. I'd like to start now (I have a little experience from school) but I'm not sure where to start/ find decent resources

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Spanish. Hearing people speak it is so beautiful. And also it's spoken by a ton of people in many interesting countries I'd like to visit. Unfortunately I already have problems with French, so Spanish won't be easier. Russian would be nice too.

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German and Japanese. I've started German, but... hard, but not harder than Japanese... or so:).

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Personally for me, I wish I can speak @Kale ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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I'm fluent/ bilingual in Japanese and English already, so as a third language I would like to speak a European language. German seems useful as it's widely spoken and Germany is such a rich country with great healthcare. My job is a doctor so from a career point of view, German would be best as they also speak it in Switzerland. 

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I think Sign Language would be really awesome. 

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Japanese of Course, I started learning some in high school but stopped due to not having the time. I'm hoping one day I can learn it completely and I'm able to play Japanese exclusive games. ^_^

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Since I have had some learning in French, and Croatian. (enough to get me to the bathroom in another country xD

 

I would like to know Japanese or sign language. Japan is the 3rd largest economy, plus ya know, Otaku. 

 

But there's something about sign language that's hmm... I don't know how to describe it. But "A Silent Voice" sums it up. Such a great movie. Imo better than Your Name. 

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French.  I travel to the Society Islands and West Indies and really need to speak more fluently.

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Definitely Japanese. This is mostly because I would like to play Japanese games before they get a western release. 

 

I'm not a weeb I swear. 

21 minutes ago, Dav9834 said:

Since I have had some learning in French, and Croatian. (enough to get me to the bathroom in another country xD

 

I would like to know Japanese or sign language. Japan is the 3rd largest economy, plus ya know, Otaku. 

 

But there's something about sign language that's hmm... I don't know how to describe it. But "A Silent Voice" sums it up. Such a great movie. Imo better than Your Name. 

I agree with it being better than Your name. I didn't even find Your name to be all that great either. it was decent for the most part, but like a lot of anime/movies - not my cup of tea. 

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Korean. It'd be fun to visit Korea and to watch Korean films without ever having to read subtitles again (as I'm not big on that). 

 

At first, I was going to say 'French' or 'Russian', but then realised rather quickly that those don't count, because - technically ( ̄▽ ̄) - I do speak and understand both. Bad, bad, Badly.

 

In essence: Russian, French >> Japanese, German, English. With not nearly enough >hungry-lefty-crocodiles to express just how difficult French (vocab) and Russian (grammar) are for not making sense. To me. At all.

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Japanese and Korean.

I do understand some Japanese but not nearly enough to be able to fully communicate with a Japanese person.

And about Korean..I don't understand a word haha. 

I plan on visiting South Korea and Japan in the future so I guess there's still time to learn :D  

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Japanese, so when people call me a weeb, I can spew out sentences and trigger them even further.

 

Oh, and so I could increase my flexibility and understanding in the Japanese medium.


People that want to learn French... you really don't. I was forced to learn it growing up, and it's not a great language. But maybe that's just the Canadian French. It's not a nice language in my own very biased opinion. When you go through 10+ years of every French teacher being a ♥, you'd probably feel the same.

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It would be english for me. ;) /jk

No, I actually want to learn the italian language. Beautiful country. Beautiful people. 🇮🇹

And I'm also not very surprised that many want to learn japanese. I mean it seems to me that almost every member on here is kind of obsessed with anime, manga and all that japanese stuff. Otaku culture... xD 

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Need to say that this is not to be taken as an insult. It's just my view. :) 

 

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Normally, obvious answer would be Japanese but... over the years, I've accumulated quite a big knowledge of spoken Japanese.

So if I were to choose now, it would probably be German to broaden my horizons.

 

If it was about writing, Japanese would obviously win :awesome: 

 

9 hours ago, Lava_Yuki said:

English

 

9 hours ago, Lava_Yuki said:

I would like to speak a European language

Heh xD

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7 hours ago, Satoshi Ookami said:

Normally, obvious answer would be Japanese but... over the years, I've accumulated quite a big knowledge of spoken Japanese.

So if I were to choose now, it would probably be German to broaden my horizons.

 

If it was about writing, Japanese would obviously win :awesome: 

 

 

Heh xD

I guess English can count as European unless Brexit changes that 😁 Although it is spoken all over the world! 

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French and Swedish. I get by with them but it bothers me that they're not at the same level as my English although I've studied both for almost 10 years.

 

But if I have to pick a language I have not studied at all, I guess Latin would be my choice although it is not very useful in today's world.

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On 3/16/2018 at 3:45 PM, jamaicanchampion said:

Japanese for sure.  So much animes and games im missing out on.

Just this.  Without knowing Japanese, you miss out on some good import games unless they're localized. Sometimes a localization takes another year or 2 after the Japanese release.

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