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1,044 total votes have been cast on this survey | 61 user comments  ( edit survey )

In how many languages can you communicate?
Created: 7/19/2003 | Last Vote: 8 years ago | Comment: 11 years ago
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Survey7/16/08 5:58 AM
Els | The Netherlands  Find all comments by Els
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He Maarten,

Ik spreek je taal ook, hoor.

My list is:
Dutch, English, German, French.

Survey7/16/08 2:50 AM
WSG | Earth  Find all comments by WSG
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I can communicate in English and American Sign Language.

When I was little I could communicate in Italian and Japanese, but, alas, I no longer remember them.

I can also ask for the check and the bathroom in German... but that's not really communicating, is it?

Survey3/31/07 5:00 PM
Susanna | UK  Contact via emailFind all comments by Susanna
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Ich bin ein fabbel taschentischer

Survey3/20/07 10:06 PM
Kyle Smith | Elkton, MD  Contact via emailFind all comments by Kyle Smith
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I wonder how many people will get the joke of your last statement, kix.

Survey3/19/07 6:33 PM
Kix'lkl√§x, loon from the moon | Sea of Tranquility, The Moon  Find all comments by Kix'lkl√§x, loon from the moon
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I speak English.
Je peux parle français aussi.
Ich spreche Deutsch.
Xlxlkzulz grzkxstrrrk mxukkxunsxk.
Ι νεωερ βοτηερεδ το λεαρν Γρεεκ.
Фарт! Ш Ызуфл Кгыышфт!
Yo soy un perdedor.

Survey6/22/06 1:44 PM
Confused from over here  
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ξέρω τη νέα διαθήκη ελληνικά

Survey6/22/06 9:38 AM
Confused from over here  
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He Haw, He Haw, He Haw

Emma Tene su che?

Survey6/21/06 1:27 PM
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What language did the beast speak to Balaam in ?

ASSyrian ?

Survey6/21/06 12:36 PM
Confused from over here  
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qu'est-ce que c'est à toi ?
¬Ņcu√°l es √©se a ti?
che cosa è quello a voi?

Survey6/21/06 9:40 AM
John Yurich | USA  
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English because I was born in the United States. I also know some German because I took German in Junior High School. I also know a little Croatian because I am half Croatian and half Czech.

Survey5/30/06 6:11 PM
Neil | Tucson  
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Maarten, go ahead and shame us! Because foreign languages usually require rote memorization, they have long been ignored in the primary grades, & inadequately covered in the upper ones. Memorization in general is deprecated by educational "experts" as too boring & useless etc. John Dewey, the patron saint of Progressive Education, popularized this declension from the classical model. He believed man has no brain, just motor reflexes, or something to that effect.

Also, you probably know English grammar better than most American high school grads. I learned more about parts of speech etc. in German class than in English (sorry, they didn't offer Dutch!). And this was at a reasonably decent high school in a college-oriented track (see, no "elitism" in our schools!).

Survey5/30/06 5:47 PM
Maarten Rust | Holland  
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the score on this test is pretty terrible, must be a lot of americans on the vote , alleen Jacob spreekt mijn taal (only Jacob speaks my language)
und ich spreche naturlich auch ein bischen deutch.
mais un petit peus francais, and soon i will be learning a little bit of spanish since my perants moves there this year.
if only i could speak in tongues like in acts, so i could just speak but everyone understands what i'm saying

Survey4/4/06 7:47 PM
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tlhIngan Hol

Survey4/4/06 6:47 PM
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Survey4/4/06 6:43 PM
Will | South Carolina  
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(1) English (hotly contested by my old teachers...)

(2) Latin-American Spanish (!viva a nuestra idioma!)

(3) American Sign Language (for the Deaf)

Survey11/26/05 3:51 PM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  
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Arthur worte:

"Only one i'm afraid - Scottish!! I can't even speak English - but you've noticed already, haven't you??

Ι καν'τ σπεακ Γρεεκ ατ αλλ.

Just an uneducated peasant i'm afraid!"

That's pretty funny Arthur! I see you know the phonetics of Greek, can you read Greek?

For those who may be wondering what Arthur wrote, which looks to be in Greek, is actually English using Greek letters. It reads,

Ι καν'τ σπεακ Γρεεκ ατ αλλ

I can't speak Greek at all.

Survey11/26/05 11:49 AM
Adinia | Romania  
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I'm from Romania, and i know French and English, and a few words in German and Spanish.

Survey5/2/05 7:16 PM
Jim spannagel | NEW HAMPTON, NEW YORK  
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If you grew-up in Brooklyn, NY during the late fifties and early sixties, as I did, you learned to communicate in Yiddish, German, Italian and in Irish. That was the flavor of the neighborhood. The trouble was, the communication wasn't very Christian.

Survey5/2/05 3:53 PM
jacob | canada  Contact via email
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Amazing! Not many people in this poll can communicate in my mothertongue: Dutch.

Survey4/18/05 5:17 PM
Matthew | Glen Burnie, MD  
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Mandarin and English

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