My native is Latvian, but I'm also fluent in Russian; my first foreign at school was English, which I found quite easy to learn, now I'm also studying German and Spanish. I'd love to learn Korean and Greek.
-Bulgarian (my native language) so I should really say English, the language I learned. It wasn't that difficult because when I moved to England I knew hardly any English but I went to school and I picked it up, I just had extra English lessons, all my classmates helped and I was pretty much fluent in no time
-Spanish because we learn it in school so it's only stuff like 'Hello, what's your name, when's your birthday?' Nothing too complicated
I can get by in Spanish! I can usually get the gist of it when I reading, writing, or listening, though 'mas despacio' is a favorite phrase. : ) It is really hard for me, but I really like it. I'm terrible at pronunciation. I want to learn at least 3 non-english languages. I've wanted to try Japanese for years, but my school only offers Spanish and French. They even cut the German program! D:
I picked it up from my Grandparents after spending quite a bit of time with them. My Grandparents are very old world and they ran a Coffee shop out of the Mill House in a very Norwegian town in Wisconsin. Out of towners always thought it was cool to see some old world traditions preserved. That and the girls find it sexy.
The German I picked up because of WWII reenacting. I do 2nd SS 4th Reg and 401st Glider Infantry.
My native language is Urdu/Punjabi but I can't speak it correctly because I always talk in Italian at home. I just understand it then when it's my time to speak my toung flips I study English, French and Spanish. I'm supposed to know something in Latin but... I don't need to talk to dead people U_u! Oh and I can just read Arabian.
My native is latvian, but I also can speak fluent english and I understand a lil' bit of russian, though I won't be able to speak in it. I learned english pretty easily - by watching cartoons 24/7, plus school. Though I'm a bit against russian, so it was hard for me to learn it in school.
English is my second language, I can speak pretty good in it, I believe. Then come german, in that I have a few stutters here and there, but it's fine. And then there's russian. I understand what people say, but I just cannot talk in it.
British Sign Language. Always an excellent thing to put on your CV (though not much use because I work from home) but still, I can have a conversation with a deaf person simply by moving my hands and splicing in some arcane gestures that are not lost on that person.
When they asked me why I wanted to work for them, and I said, "Well, it's the money, isn't it, why else would anyone want to work?" they looked at each other and mumbled, "Well, at least she's honest."
I can have a basic conversation in Midland Tex-Mex; A mixture of Spanish and English. Includes words you will NEVER find in any dictionary in any language. Things like fetchele, catche, quele, ect ect ect. Due to the way it develops between English speaking Texans and Spanish speaking Mexicans as conversations are happening, it is VERY localised. The Tex-Mex here and the Tex-Mex in Midland are different enough, i can't hardly talk to people here with it.
French is my native language, and I'm pretty comfortable with english as well (written, spoken, heard, etc). I'm learning Finnish (Hyvää päivää! Mitä kuuluu? ), and I know the most common sentences everybody knows in spanish lol (Buenos dias, como esta? xD)