Hi, I'm Ferenc from Hungary. Of course my nativ language is Hungarian. I'm supposed to speak German well, but I can not use it for anything (nothing). On maternal terms all my relatives were German, but everyone was dead. 2. Foreign language is English, because it is a necessity. You can not turn on the computer without any English knowledge, almost everyone sings in English, and if a stranger comes along, ask something, 60% in English, 39% in their own language, and with handshake, 0.5% or less, or possibly in German. Language 3 in Russian, in Hungary was compulsory for everyone but no one learned to speak Russian. I've been studying for 8 years in the schools, I was an excellent student, and the little Serb who stuck me, encourages me to be afraid, but sometimes I turn from Russian. 4. Serbian, as I said, on Belgrade 1 television, I was captured by Serbian subtitles movies under what my mother translated. (I do not undertake it either because here in the LT commentary it is overwritten that it is full of mistakes what I'm translating from Serbian or from Serbian.) 5. French, because I love Louane Emera's songs, and I know him in the Beliere family film screening. By the French, I got it to learn other Latin languages, Because they are beautiful, grammar is easy, there is no word processing, but French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese would have a lot to do. Ricky Martins beautiful song the Vuelve took me to the choice of Spanish. How many languages do you think a lot of a languages for one man to learn? How many of these have to be perfect, how many basic levels? For languages for which writing is quite different (strange punctuation), for example, Chinese, Japanese, Hebrew, Arabic, etc. What motivates some people? I hope this was not too many questions at once. Anyone who feels that you can talk about such things, answer.
Hello, I ask, who, what, and how many languages speak?
Tue, 11/07/2017 - 12:29