I speak English as my main language becaus I was born in England and I live in England. I know a little French because we are forced to learn it at school... Our French teacher is Spanish though so I can't really see how she can teach us. Next year I'm going to be made to start learning German as well....
Russian being my main language I speak with my family and at home. English being my secondary language, to talk to most people here in America. I am hoping to learn German some time soon and maybe some French.
Born in the US, native tongue is American English.
I'm trying to learn Spanish as a second language in school, just need to get down some more vocab / idioms (the essentials of the language, no doubt).
I've taken two years of German and I know an extremely small amount of basic grammar, but got sick of the slow progress in class and the teacher.
I've recently learned a little Russian so I can sound out words and maybe pick up some conjugates, but other than that, not much.
Just for the heck of it, I want to try and learn Russian through Spanish, just to see how well it can go. I feel I have a firm grip on Spanish to do it pretty well, as long as I have a dictionary by my side.
I'm Fluent in my two Native languages, One being English (born in America) and the other being Gujariti. That was the first language I was taught, when I was one, then when I started Pre-school I started to learn english more fluently..
The only real language I know is English, born in the US.
Utbae Iae alsoae eakspae igpae atinlae. Utbae Iae uessgae youae annotcae onsidercae itae a-ae anguagelae.
^^^ translation: But I also speak pig latin. But I guess you cannot consider it a language. ^^^
I want to learn spanish and japanese - spanish so i can hear the other half of what all my neighbors are saying, japanese so i can watch anime without having to read the sub-titles.
Studied Spanish freshman year, didn't like it much. Been studying and continue to study Japanese. I have dabbled in Esperanto from time to time, and once wanted to learn Cherokee and German (follow my ancestors sort of thing), but never got around to it.
I pick up on languages quickly (programming and spoken), despite my English teachers' opinions.