Fighting linguistic extinction one song at a time.
Hi, everyone. I really enjoy learning a lot of various languages, especially Indian ones. I've found while learning languages that there are many different stages to learning languages, and specific categories don't exactly reflect my knowledge, so here's more info on my knowledge of languages (as of August 2022):
English-My parents have taught me since infancy.
French-My parents have taught me since infancy, but I haven't used it as much since I started on this site, so I am currently trying to relearn the words that I forgot.
Japanese-I've been taking lessons for five now. Before then, I taught myself basic Japanese.
Spanish-My parents have taught me since infancy, but I have forgotten a lot of what they have taught me, so I am currently studying it.
German-I've studied for about five years, but I have since forgotten the majority of what I've learned.
Hindi-I've taught myself for five years.
Arabic-I've been learning for about two years, but I haven't practiced in a while.
Dutch-I used to speak more Dutch, but I have since forgotten the majority of what I had learned.
Nepali-My Nepali friends have taught me for around a year and a half. (I have a lot of friends from the Indian subcontinent)
Punjabi-I have learned quite a bit through songs.
Urdu-I have studied for close to three years.
Welsh-I very briefly studied it, but I have forgotten quite a bit.
Sanskrit-I have only briefly studied it, but I'm trying my best to learn more.
Saraiki-I've studied for around five months.
Potawatomi-I've been learning for two months, but I'm making very good progress.
Telugu-I've been learning for a year, but I haven't practiced in a while.
Tamil-I briefly studied, and I have forgotten pretty much everything.
Anyway, thanks for reading, and hopefully my translations will be of use to you.
Merci beaucoup! Danke schön! धन्यवाद! ありがとうございます! !شكرا Bedankt! ਸ਼ੁਕਰੀਆ! !شکریہ! بہت شكريه Diolch! ధన్యవాదాలు! Miigwech!