What are your top 4 languages to learn?
It will take quite a bit of time, but I want to be multilingual someday, and I'm sure most of you want to be too lol.
With that being said, my top 4 languages to become functional in, are-Japanese, Spanish, French, and I haven't picked a fourth yet :/ But I do have about 4 yours of learning Japanese. I just need to work on speaking and listening skills to comfortably call myself an upper intermediate.
What are your top 4 languages?
Top 4 languages:
1) Spanish, because that's my native language.
2) English, because it is an international language.
3) German, because i find it an interesting and useful language.
4) Russian, because i would love to move there.
Even though i understand Portuguese and Italian a bit, i'm not planning to master them actually.
P.S: Feel free to correct me, if i have a typo/mistake.
That's really neat! I hope you succeed! And also find that fourth language. XD
I'd love to be multilingual as well! I have 7 languages in what I call my language bucket list, counting Italian, which I've actually learned a lot of by now.
In my top 4, counting Italian, are: Italian, French, Brazilian Portuguese, and German. :)
That's a lot of languages! I've been waiting to max out the Spanish tree before beginning French. Are you taking them all at once?
Thank you!! :) If you need any help with Spanish, by the way, I'll be glad to help! I'm a native speaker, Puerto Rican. :D
That's a good choice, since Spanish is a huge, widely-spoken language. It's extremely beneficial to know it. I mean, the hottest song worldwide right now is a song in Spanish, "Despacito". XD
Answering your question, nope, I'm not! For now, I'm only learning French and Portuguese, until both trees are complete and golden. Then I'll go onto German and Dutch, and when I finish those two, I'll study the last two on my language bucket list: Russian and Greek. :D
I do half a week one language and the other half the other language I'm studying. On Wednesdays, I interchange and do both.
Right now, I'd say I'm probably at about B2 or C1. I understand a lot, even more if an Italian speaks slowly. I can form sentences easily and speak it with ease, writing it seems a bit easier for me, though. What would really help is to live in Italy for a little while! XD
I've been learning it for four years. :D
English (want to get C2 certificate soon), German (want to get B2 certificate soon and hopefully C1 or even C2 certificate in the future), French (no plans to get a certificate but to be A2 or B1 level would be nice) and Slovak (get even better in my neighbor language, since I am Czech).
I speak, imperfectly but functionally, Russian, Hebrew, French and Esperanto (and natively, English.). French I studied in school but have very little passion for, and Esperanto was for fun ;) Hebrew and Russian are the languages which I want to really be fluent in. (I used to be fluent in Russian, and I'm currently struggling back towards fluency...) I would also reeeeally like to learn Estonian. So those are my three major language focuses... I honestly don't know what would be my fourth... but those are my definite top three!
I don't really have 4, since I have enough trouble motivating myself to stay on top of one, but for purely hypothetical purposes:
1- French, because most of the good sources on subjects I'm interested in are in French. And I want to go to Brittany.
2- Russian, for similar reasons to French, although I've been putting this one off.
3- Spanish, because I'd like to go to South America. Still a bit of a "maybe" though.
4- Maybe something like Breton or Welsh.
Japanese for sure, but after that it gets hard for me to choose, because I’m fighting between my own interests and practicality since I’d like a job where I can use the language. For example, I really like Norwegian, but from what I’ve researched, my impression is that they’re probably too good at English and don’t need translators. :(
- Either Mandarin, Cantonese, or Polish
All languages are so different and unique, and each has its own beauty! Although this seems to be a hard question to respond to, I think I can easily narrow it down to four languages: Swedish, ASL, Portuguese, and Japanese. These languages also are unique and useful, and really love the communication of American Sign language.
My top languages are Japanese, French, Mandarin and one of Scandinavian language - I am not sure which one.
I also would like to be able to use practical German in speech, know some Korean, Spanish, maybe one Slavic language cause one of them is my native and it will be simple for me (probably I will start Czech).
Japanese definitely -once I promised myself to have better Japanese than English. And I am something like B2 in English.