I can only speak English at length, but I have taken both German (2 years) and Spanish (3 years).
My German and Spanish are at the level that I can make tweets in those languages given the time to plot them out.
In case anyone is wondering, the reason I made tweets like that would be on specific language twitter accounts, such as Nintendo Of Deutschland (Germany).
I know a very small amount of Italian and Japanese, and I can say 1-10 in both languages. I know a few conversation lines in Japanese when I was doing some disc learning (I need to go back to that sometime).
I think my real strength comes from finding linguistic patterns and coincidences.
Heißen- To be called.
I am fluent in Dutch (well its my mother tongue or whatever you call it) and in writing and understanding in English as well. Consider it to be my second language.
I used to be well trained in German as well as well some basic Spanish.
And I come from Eindhoven, so Boeruh! (some Dutch will get that ).
Also I am interested in learning Japanese due to watching Japanese anime and continue learning Spanish.
I speak English and Spanish. Spanish as first, English as second. I know French as well, but only a few phrases here and there.
I may have "mastered" English by now, but its honestly still a bit difficult to grasp given how I actually struggle when trying to explain somethings or clarify what I am talking about. Also I still have a hard time - a VERY hard time - with elocution... as pointed out by many people thinking its either a lisp or simply my heavy accent which leads to everyone to think I am Indian and they can't understand me ... >.>
My fault though, because I chose to not continue with those classes throughout my high school years to improve such a thing.
Maybe we should create a Spanish conversation board for people to practice? There seems to be a lot of people that want to learn.
I natively speak English, and I'm learning Spanish and ASL.
I'd love to be fluent in those, and I would also like to learn Japanese for the always nerdy reason of no need for subtitles lol.
My first language is Finnish and I also speak English and Swedish fluently. I can also hold a conversation in German and read books, news and such but it has never been quite as easy as English or especially Swedish for me; also my German skills have become even rustier as I haven't spoken it in ages. I studied Chinese for two years when I was in lower secondary school, but I wasn't able to continue with it when I went to upper secondary school. I still remember some phrases, words and characters. Last summer I took a course in Biblical Hebrew and know the basics of the language. I just started learning Modern Hebrew. I'm interested in learning a Romance language, mainly Italian, and possibly Korean.
I'm going to apply into Swedish or German studies next year as I dream of becoming a translator specialising in both of those (and possibly Hebrew or English).
I know English. I took three years of Spanish and two years in French, but I forgot most of it. I still remember the basics of each language, enough to read it online or watch a video with subtitles, but that's about it.