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.