English (mother tongue).
German fairly fluently - lived in the region for 6 years
Knowledgeable of the Bavarian and Swiss dialects which are as different from German as Dutch is.
Some French, a little Italian.
Bits and bobs of Czech (and therefore most Slavic languages) and Finnish. Where is the station? A beer, please... etc...
Can read Cyrillic.
English-of course like most, umm..a bit of french and a little farsi, i am learning spanish at the mo-lets hope i have the motivation to keep it up! chuckle!
Being a Malaysian Chinese like Kae, the main languages we know are pretty much the same.
- Mandarin + other Chinese dialects (Hokkien - mother tongue, Cantonese, a little Teochew)
Although German was my first language, I havent spoken much of German since I was five and started school in South America. It is very rusty now, but I can defend myself. I speak fluent English and Spanish, I also do some Italian and Portuguese. I wish I knew Chinese, my grandfather was Chinese but I never met him
French with a southern French accent (father tongue)
Spanish with a porteno accent from Buenos-Aires (mother tongue)
English from Canada (studies & work)
Italian (studies & travel)
German (studies & travel)
Currently learning portuguese with my husband (from Brazil )
... and I know how to count until 10 in Cantonese !! (lived in Hong-Kong as a child )
my parents are from Slovenia (the northern rebuplic of ex-yugoslavia, neighbours are Italy, Austria, Croatia and the cost of the Adriatic See of 40km)
But I grew up in Switzerland in the german speaking part. Switzerland has 4 national languages: German, French, Italian, Rumantsch (spoken in the mountain region by a very small comunity)
Here is my list:
Chinese dialects like Cantonese & Hakka
Bit of Korean
And English...as u have noticed!
I speak Icelandic, a bit of French and a bit of Spanish. I have also learnt Latin and Sign Language.
Angela, your English isn't too shabby, either.