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Urdu (can read, understand, speak; mother-tongue :D)

English (can read, understand, speak)

Punjabi (can understand most, not good at speaking)

Sindhi (can read fluently, understand some, not good at speaking)

Arabic (can read fluently, that's it)

Persian (can read some, and understand some)

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Lenguages of Spain:

Spanish(can read, understand, speak; mother-tongue)

Catalán (can read, understand, speak; mother-tongue)

Galego (can understand most, not good at speaking)

Other lenguages:

Portuguese(can read fluently, understand some, not good at speaking)

Japanese (read and write a few kanji and Kana)

English(can read some, and understand some)

German (can read some, and understand some)

French (can read )

Italiano (can read , and understand very well)

Edited by kame9

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English - speak, understand, read, write

Urdu - speak, understand, read, write

Punjab - speak, understand, read, write

Arabic - speak, understand, read, write

Inshallah am gna learn farsi soon! now i jz kno one word thnx 2 my dad! sag (means dog)!

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speak french as its my first language in a way(lived in french country and gone in french school for 19years)and course read n writte it too...

gujrati,only speak

khachi(mother tongue)

swahilionly speak n read

english speak.read,writte

urduonly speak

Sahra

Je ne comprehands Francias! :P

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mdrrrrrrrr,

je vous avez moi meme prise pour un "frere" ;)

hehe desoleeeeeeeeeeeee :)

Sahra

^^maintenant vous avez commis un crime,pas juste une erreur...in other words,je suis une soeeeeeeeeur,and non un "bro"...

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(bismillah)

(salam)

I am fluent in English- I live in U.S.

I am also fluent in a language that's spoken in some

places in Pakistan. I can't really write the name,

since it's not a wrtten language and the sounds can't

be expressed using English letters. :unsure: It's the

language of both my mother and father.

I can read Arabic and Urdu- I speak Urdu (not that well) but not Arabic

I am learning French-I have an excellent accent! ^_^

Edited by Iman Ali

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Im fluent in English and Arabic(mother tongue)

Je sais aussi le francais, mais pas tres bien, je trouve le grammaire est tres difficile.

i'd want to learn spanish, coz it sounds so nice n urdu, coz all my class r paki, they always speak urdu, n i feel left out:(

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(salam)

HINDI (Can read write speak)

URDU (Can read and speak)

ENGLISH ( Can read write speak)

PERSHIAN (Can read and speak)

ARABIC( Not to mention i can only read, neither i understand nor can i write and only God knows what i read) :blush:

Edited by shuja kazmi

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ENGLISH - speak, read, write, understand, etc...

GUJURATI- speak, understand, but cannot read/write

FRENCH- AS level standard...if that helps.

SPANISH- GCSE standard but forgotten most of it.

LATIN- GCSE standard but forgotten most of it, and its not really a language anymore

ARABIC- can read, write, but cannot speak or understand much.

URDU/HINDI-can understand bits (ie i can get the jist of an urdu majlis)

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Salam,

I speak French - i live in France

I speak english - i've studied it

I speak Portuguese - i've studied it in the university

I speak spanish- i study Spanish (language, litterature, and civilisation) in the university

I speak Dutch and Arabic but not very well

And i forgot

Latin ( just read)

Ikwéré, it's a dialect of a tribu from Nigeria.

Edited by Nacera

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