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TheNuge 1 child; Pennsylvania 23152 posts
Apr 16th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Pusherman:</b>" ...language? Aside from English. I am bilingual but from what I don't speak, I think Russian sounds awesome. Portuguese is lovely as well. I don't like how German sounds, though."</blockquote>




Italian. I love the rhythm.

TheNuge 1 child; Pennsylvania 23152 posts
Apr 16th '13

Lol. Not much Love for the sound Asian languages on this thread.

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
Apr 16th '13
Quoting TheNuge:" Lol. Not much Love for the sound Asian languages on this thread."


Anything Asian is usually pretty rough on the ears for us. Their traditional music drives me nuts too. :lol:

weefee 1 child; Glasgow, Î, United Kingdom 482 posts
Apr 16th '13
Quoting Pusherman:" ...language? Aside from English. I am bilingual but from what I don't speak, I think Russian sounds awesome. Portuguese is lovely as well. I don't like how German sounds, though."


I 'm fluent in English/ French and Scots



I love and would love to learn: Afar, Arabic, Puular and Swahili
I'm not so keen on english spoken with an RP accent (like the queen) or mockney accents - real cockneys ok but not the wanabees.

TheNuge 1 child; Pennsylvania 23152 posts
Apr 16th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting weefee:</b>" I 'm fluent in English/ French and Scots I love and would love to learn: Afar, Arabic, Puular and ... [snip!] ... not so keen on english spoken with an RP accent (like the queen) or mockney accents - real cockneys ok but not the wanabees."</blockquote>




What is RP?

weefee 1 child; Glasgow, Î, United Kingdom 482 posts
Apr 16th '13
Quoting TheNuge:" <blockquote><b>Quoting weefee:</b>" I 'm fluent in English/ French and Scots I love ... [snip!] ... an RP accent (like the queen) or mockney accents - real cockneys ok but not the wanabees."</blockquote> What is RP?"


Received pronunciation. It's spoken mainly in posh areas of south England or by people who went to private schools. Famous examples would be the Queen, Margaret Thatcher, or the old fashioned BBC where they wouldn't allow any accents other than RP because they were too barbaric.

TheNuge 1 child; Pennsylvania 23152 posts
Apr 16th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting weefee:</b>" Received pronunciation. It's spoken mainly in posh areas of south England or by people who went to private ... [snip!] ... Margaret Thatcher, or the old fashioned BBC where they wouldn't allow any accents other than RP because they were too barbaric."</blockquote>




Thanks. I hadn't heard that term before.

=^•^= NO, OD, France 36390 posts
Apr 16th '13

My favorite language to hear is French, Italian, Portuguese.
My favorite accent is Russian/Ukrainian. Reminds me of my family.



Least favorite is Chinese dialects. Sound horrible, no offense.
Oh and German.
And least favorite accents is Australian.

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
Apr 16th '13
Quoting weefee:" Received pronunciation. It's spoken mainly in posh areas of south England or by people who went to private ... [snip!] ... Margaret Thatcher, or the old fashioned BBC where they wouldn't allow any accents other than RP because they were too barbaric."


So it would be a very formal, enunciated form of English?

weefee 1 child; Glasgow, Î, United Kingdom 482 posts
Apr 16th '13
Quoting Saffy the Dragon Slayer:" So it would be a very formal, enunciated form of English?"


Yes, here's an example with Princess Anne



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkccxA3gXYM&playnext=1&list=PL67C8EDE0D44040D0

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
Apr 16th '13
Quoting weefee:" Yes, here's an example with Princess Anne http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkccxA3gXYM&playnext=1&list=PL67C8EDE0D44040D0"


Ah, yes. It's exactly what I thought it would be.

*e.j. {slytherin} 16 kids; France 2258 posts
Apr 17th '13

Favorite: French, it's my second language and I adore it. I would speak it all day, every day, everywhere if I could.



Least favorite: Maybe Chinese. It sounds so aggressive!

Amy {OneGirl, TwoBoys} 3 kids; Cincinnati, Oh, United States 24257 posts
Apr 17th '13

I took 3 years of French in HS and still remember some and can understand some. so i'd say French since I understand it lol. least....Chinese cause I can never figure out what they are saying

Brock Obama 1 child; Spain 6372 posts
Apr 17th '13

Favorite? Many.



I'm fluent in Spanish, English -obviously- lol and I used to speak German... I not that fluent now. It's been nearly 7 years since I haven't practiced D: but if I read shit in German, I understand.



I am currently learning Portuguese and I'm also working on ASL. I want to be fluent in at least 4 languages.



I love languages!



The one that I'm not very eager to learn is Japanese but it's a challenge that I'd like to accept when I'm done with my master. :P

Subtle As A Hurricane 2 kids; Texas 4135 posts
Apr 17th '13

Based on the languages I have worked with, Latin and Spanish are my favorites. German is my least favorite.