Hungarian is my native language, so it's natural that I can write fast, complex sentences in Hungarian, I also think my vocabulary is pretty nice, since I read quite a lot.
English, well...sometimes I make some HUGE errors, but I'm satisfied with it in general. Not only because it's 1000x better than my classmates/age group, I even learned English pretty much "alone" (well, if we don't count internet friends). I've only learned English from forums/chat. I remember, when I started to read SMW hacking tutorials in January 2008, I had almost no idea, what's going on, but slowly I found out, what does it want to say.
I can also write German (I learn it about 11 years ago in school, but honestly I don't really like it, at least not as much as English), but a lot of slower and with possibly more mistakes. The strict arrangement of the sentences and more complex grammar annoys me a bit, that's why I like English better, probably.
I can read/write and speak English and Spanish fluently. I grew up in a bilingual home. I can somewhat write German but I can't understand it if spoken. French and Italian I can understand if spoken because they're based off Latin but I can't write it very well.
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My first language is french, being obviously French myself, but I think I can write and understant English pretty well, but if it comes to speaking... ergh. Asides from that, I know a very little bit of Spanish, and that's all.
So, to summarize :
French- Obviously great.
English- Somehow good.
(besides I think I can help people here with french somehow, so..)
I speak level 2 high school Spanish. As you can probably guess, I'm not very fluent. Our teacher told us that knowing level 3 Spanish is something that looks good on a resume or college application, which sucks because I want to take Greek/Italian 1 next year.
Just to give you an idea of how bad my spanish is, here is the above paragraph en Espanol (no accentos porque soy perezoso):
Hablo nivel dos Espanol de escuela secundaria. Lo que es facil adivinar, no soy fluido. Nuestras maestra dice que saber nivel tres Espanol es algo que ve bien en curriculum vitae o aplicacion de universidad. Apesta porque quiero tomar Griego/Italiano uno el ano (LOL ANUS) proximo.
Hablo español de segundo nivel de secundaria. Como pueden ver no hablo muy fluido. Nuestra maestra dice que saber español de tecer nivel es algo que ve bien en un curriculum vital o una inscripción para una universidad. Esto es molesto porqué quiero tomar Griego/Italiano uno el proximo año (LOL ANUS)
Yeah, you should realy improve your spanish skills, but don't worry, I understand it's hard to learn a new language, specialy because the gramar is a bit different.
1st - Dutch: More then perfect, I just fail to see how people can score so low in our country on their own language. >_<
2nd - English: Same as above.
3rd - German: Meh-ish I'm not that good at it but I could find my way around.
4th - French: I'd commit suicide if I got lost in France, I mean, the bastards refuse to even speak a single word of English.
5th - Italian: I can speak a bit of Italian, although, it's not realyl writing or speaking, it's really just understanding, and a bit of speaking... Yeah...
Well, Portuguese is my first language, and I speak and write it pretty great! I do make some grammar mistakes while writing though, and sometimes I find my language to be very annoying because it has tons of little rules everywhere. Mostly I speak Portuguese coloquially, but I can speak it correctly when I want.
As for English, I think mine's pretty good too! I mostly visit North American sites when using the computer, so I've grown used to it. I tend to speak to myself in English sometimes, and in one ocassion I've caught myself thinking in English. Heheheh.
Pretty much all members of my family are German descendants and most of them can speak German really well, but I... can't. Not even a bit.
I have interest in learning Japanese, too. My parents say that if I'm going to learn an oriental language, I should learn Chinese, but I'm... just really interested in Japanese for some reason!
I'm speaking a lot here, but I just gotta say something about Spanish: most of my friends find it weird that I speak English better than Spanish because, in their opinion, Spanish is really similar to Portuguese, but I just don't understand how they can say that. Spanish is hard for me!
Well I'm in a Spanish class since it's required, so I can read/write some, though I mess up with accents and stuff like that. As for Japanese, I can recognize all basic Hiragana (not the ones that us " or the combination ones) and very few words (like hana=flower). I'll be learning Katakana soon, and then I'll be learning kanji while I try and pick up other words and phrases. And I'm a native english speaker (though for some reason there's still a need to be tought how to properly use it).