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Language you speak?

PostPosted: Fri Aug 20, 2010 05:42 UTC
by R0tnAx
Hi everybody!

I never saw a topic like this so I wanted to make one ;).

The question is : do you speak/listen or can read/write..Another language than English?And if yes, which one? :scared:

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Fri Aug 20, 2010 09:09 UTC
by GenZ!
Polish, German, Russian

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Fri Aug 20, 2010 15:59 UTC
by SD
Welsh, fluent. But I never actually speak it because it's an obsolete and outdated language. It also sounds ridiculous too.

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Fri Aug 20, 2010 16:07 UTC
by Shurik rus
Good Russian and finger language, аnd bad English lol

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Fri Aug 20, 2010 16:32 UTC
by SERGIO
Hi :)

My native language is Spanish, but I can speak a little English and Italian.

"Molto bene bambini!!"

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Fri Aug 20, 2010 16:48 UTC
by Apocalypse
SERGIO wrote:Hi :)

My native language is Spanish, but I can speak a little English and Italian.

"Molto bene bambini!!"



You can speak pretty good english LOL.

American English (native language)
Spanglish - A little.
Spanish - All the bad words :lol:

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Fri Aug 20, 2010 17:54 UTC
by R0tnAx
Canadian French(native language)
English(2nd language)
Japanese(some words,presentation..)
Russian(presentation,some questions)
Spanish(some word,i can understand Spanish a bit, cause it similar to French.)

3 years ago,I could not even hope to understand English :desperate: . Now at school I'm around 80% :D.

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Sun Sep 05, 2010 17:38 UTC
by Locox
Español

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Sun Sep 05, 2010 21:29 UTC
by chuva
Czech (native)
English (little)
German (little more)
Slovak (native two :) )

8-D

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 06, 2010 08:05 UTC
by Shurik rus
Realy you know russian??? Я неверю! )))

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 06, 2010 09:08 UTC
by colombo
Español
English a little
un poco de ebreo

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 06, 2010 17:08 UTC
by R0tnAx
I understand russian speaking and japenese speaking not writing. It not even the same alphabet -.-'.

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 06, 2010 21:50 UTC
by DarthPaganeo
Español
English
i can understand french but i cant talk it or write it, pretty weird huh?

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Wed Sep 08, 2010 19:40 UTC
by craij
I only speak the language of Love.
So suck it y'all.

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Wed Sep 08, 2010 19:47 UTC
by SD
craij wrote:I only speak the language of Love.
So suck it y'all.


And "So suck it y'all" is the language of love?! I used to think so when I was, I dunno, 12.

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Wed Sep 08, 2010 21:04 UTC
by =RS=
I come from Liverpool and we speak scouse lol

Scouse dialect
As with all dialects, there are many words in Scouse that would be strange to an outsider, some of the more common being:

ackers - (money/cash)
ale 'ouse - (pub)
ali - (barber/hair dresser)
antwakky - (antique/old fashioned)
are-eh - pronounced "R A" - A complaint of misfortune or unfairness (e.g. "are-eh, that's proper arlarse that!")
arlarse - (mean, unfair or crafty person or act, also 'arl')
auld - (old)
bag'ead - (heroin addict)
bail - (run away)
bang - (Threaten to harm somebody, e.g. 'I'll bang you lad')
beak - (cocaine/(the) judge)
bell end - (idiot [offensive])
beast/beastie - (great/boss)
bevvie/bevvy - (alcoholic drink)
bevvied - (drunk)
bezzy - (best)
biddie - (woman (normally old))
biff - (a poor person/idiot)
bifta/bifter - (cigarette)
big girl's blouse (wimp [male])
bill - (alone/on one's own e.g. 'I'm on my bill')
billy - (a loner)
binnie - (binman)
bizzies - (the police)
blurt - (seman/idiot)
boff - (fart)
boss - (excellent)
boxer - (coffin maker)
busy/busies - (a policeman/policemen)
bute - (a smug self righteous know-it-all/snob)
cackhanded - (inept person or left-handed person)
casey - (leather football)
chest - (a muscley person 'He's a chest him')
chief - (thief)
chiefed - (stolen)
class - (really good)
cob on - (sulking / angry as in "He has a cob-on")
come 'ed - (come on, contraction of "come ahead")
cozzy - (costume, usually swimming-)
dead - (really, e.g. 'dead smart')
dipper - (pickpocket)
Dirty Bastard - (a person from Manchester)
divvy - (stupid person)
do in - (to beat someone up/damage something e.g. 'I'll do you in!'/'I did in my back')
duff up - (beat up)
emmy oggie - (empty house)
firebobby - (a fireman)
freemans - (someone else paying for the ale)
fit - (good looking)
gary - (ecstasy [tablet]. Named after Gary Ablett)
geg - (to interrupt or be nosey)
get - (idiot, sometimes preceded with "dozey" or "dopey")
gizza - (shortened form of the words "give me a...")
gizzit - (give it to me, contraction of "give us it")
go 'ed - (shortened form of "go ahead", "go on", or "ok then")
gorra - (got to, have to)
gozzie - (cross eyed)
gripped (to be caught doing something)
grock - (Phlegm. Also a large intimidating person)
head - (someone who is physically tough. Also used as a suffix to anything, usually describing characteristics e.g. 'you mad'ead')
ozzie/ozzy - (hospital)
in a bit - (goodbye)
is right - (an expression of support/approval/agreement)
it's all going off - (to describe a physical fight)
jarg - (fake)
jigger - (back alley of a house)
joey - (a person of mental handicapp)
judy - (young woman)
judy scuffer - (a policewoman)
kecks - (underpants or trousers)
knackers - (testicles)
khazi - (toilet)
kidda - (lad, mate)
la - (lad, friend)
latchlifter - (price of half a pint of ale)
laughin' - (good)
'leccy - (electric)
leg it - (run away)
luzz - (throw)
made up - (happy/pleased)
meff - (idiot)
messy - (intoxicated)
nob'ead - (idiot [offensive])
penguin house - (a convent)
plums - (testicles)
pure - (meaning really, or a lot, e.g. 'I was pure embarrassed lerd')
prezzie - (present)
privvy - (the toilet)
properly - (pronouned 'prop'ly'. An intensifier e.g. 'that's properly good')
Scally - (sub grouping of youths, similar to chav, shortened from scallywag meaning 'mischievous youth')
rem - (idiot, person with mental disabilities)
scatty - (dirty/disgusting)
scone 'ead - (idiot)
scran - (food)
scrat end - (Burnt chips)
scuffer - (a policeman)
shady - (dubious, unfair)
sketchy - (dodgy)
skinny - (sly/unfair)
sloobag - (promiscuous person)
smart - (great, brilliant)
Snaff - (multiplicitous)
soft lad - (idiot - a term of endearment or aggression depending on context)
sound - (good, well, I agree)
sly - (devious, nefarious, sordid e.g 'That's sly that')
spends - (money)
spoon - (To kick a ball badly, to make a mistake)
swede - (A person's head e.g 'He is doing my swede in')
tatty'ead - (somebody with an objectionable/scruffy haircut)
tod - (alone/on one's own e.g. 'I'm just on my tod')
trainies/trabs - (sports footwear)
twirlie/twirly - (a female pensioner)
us - (me)
west - (peculiar/unusual/mad)
whackers - anyone who don't come from Liverpool
whopper - (prone to exaggeration)
Wool/Woollyback - (Non-Liverpudlians living in areas surrounding Liverpool)
wrecks (to hurt/cause discomfort e.g. 'That's wreckin' my head'

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 20, 2010 00:54 UTC
by Xynthia
French (native language)
English
Spanish

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 20, 2010 02:55 UTC
by R0tnAx
OMFG you speak french?!

De France ou du Québec? :O

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 20, 2010 03:18 UTC
by Xynthia
R0tnAx wrote:OMFG you speak french?!

De France ou du Québec? :O


Actuellement, de France

Bientôt du Québec :)

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 20, 2010 03:42 UTC
by R0tnAx
Bonne Chance pour notre accent. :O

Si tu veux des cours de Quebecisme fait moi signe :D.

Pratique toi essaie de dire '' Swing la bagaisse dans l'fond d'la Bwoyte a bwa.'' Autrement dit '' Swing la bagaisse dans le fond de la boite a bois.''

Aucun francais de france ne peut le dire avec l'accent ;P.

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 20, 2010 08:45 UTC
by chuva
=RS= wrote:I come from Liverpool and we speak scouse lol




Crazy... :DD :megagrin:

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Tue Sep 21, 2010 04:43 UTC
by Tripredacus
Speak English.
Can read some Spanish, Italian, German

Re: Spanish From yours truly Falcon

PostPosted: Fri Sep 24, 2010 06:12 UTC
by Tripredacus
LovE FalCon wrote:Ce-Yes


Si ?

I know very little Spanish.

Re: Language you speak?

PostPosted: Thu Aug 11, 2011 00:49 UTC
by emperor
Polish (native)

English

German