What languages do you know? What can you say and understand? Give us a demonstration and a translation!
(On June 12, I graduated from high school. For four years, I studied Japanese in high school. I intend to continue studying Japanese in college, but I might study French, Spanish, or German in the future.)
te quiero me amor, tu es la personna para me, nosostros separa.I love that!!
אחרי שאסיים את בית הספר, אני אלך לשרת בצבא הישראלי במשך שלוש שנים.
(After I finish school, I am going to serve in the Israeli army for three years.)
من فارس که واقعا واقعا سرد فکر میکنم
(I think Persian is really, really cool.)
Мы танцуем РОССИЯ MEN.
(WE ARE DANCING RUSSIAN MAN.)
I used all three languages I know besides English.
Olen ylpeä siitä, että olen suomalainen, koska Suomi on maailman paras maa.
I'm proud to be Finnish because Finland is the best country in the world.
Quiero estudiar un Doctorado
I want to pursue/study a Phd (spanish)
e voglio studiare all'estero
and I want to study abroad (Italian)
Well... I really need to improve my Italian, I can't remember the last time I really used it in a conversation or for anything besides singing and joking with a really-bad-fake italian accent... maybe I should start reading or something. I can speak Japanese but I understand more than I can speak or write (I bet my teachers are ashamed of me)
니가 제일 좋아 (I like you the best)
And now I'm really wishing that I had my dictionary on hand rather than having left it at home.
Aanii, aanish na?
I don't recall if that's the correct spelling, but it SHOULD be Northern Ontario Ojibwe for Hello, how are you doing?
Mayroon bang nakaka-intindi sa akin?
Wala? Ai, sayang...
Bonjour! Je m'appelle Emma, et je parle Anglais et Francais couramment.
Hello! My name is Emma, and I speak English and French fluently. (French)
Salaam! Burtuqaley! Banafsajey!
Hello! Orange! Purple! (Arabic - I only know colors so far, sorry :P)
Bok! Kako ste?
Hey! How are you? (Croatian)
La mia mamma parla Italiano, e io la capisco (ma non posso parlare).
My mom speaks Italian, and I understand her (but I can't speak) (Italian)
I understand Tagalog, I can hardly speak it or write it but I can completely understand it verbally. My family talks to me in Tagalog and I respond to them English.
Spelling is probably off but... Marame buhok yun tae ko.
(there's lots of hair in my feces.)