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Aryobarzan

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Salam Thomas,

I am glad to hear that you were learning Farsi. I believe Farsi is a language of practice and I guess that's the case with almost any other language.

Aryobarzan
 

thomas

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Salam Aryobarzan!

I believe Farsi is a language of practice and I guess that's the case with almost any other language.
I agree. Also, Farsi is a beautiful and melodious language. I wish I'd recall more of it. :)
 

jeisan

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how many languages can you speak thomas?
 

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I'm more or less fluent in English and French (with German being my mother tongue). I have studied Arabic, but my language skills have become very rudimentary. At the moment I'm brushing up my Japanese which is quite a challenge.

:)
 

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Ah, you must be just speaking rather than reading it. I find Japanese much easier because it has vowels, and a grammar that has similarities to Hindi. I can read/write my languages much better than I can speak them. But I agree that it's a beautiful language.
 

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since we know that you are secretly hiding the fact that you know more than you let on, I'm sure your japanese (or nihongo) is quite impressive.... :D
 

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Originally posted by thomas
I'm more or less fluent in English and French (with German being my mother tongue). I have studied Arabic, but my language skills have become very rudimentary. At the moment I'm brushing up my Japanese which is quite a challenge.

:)
Wie ist mein Deutscher? Ich habe Probleme mit grammer!
 

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