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I'm from America, actually.

 

Which is odd considering how little Americans know more than one language.

 

I grew up near the border of Mexico and had a weird infatuation with France when I was a teenager. As for Japanese, I took it in my first and second year of high school because I wanted to read manga strips that were raw.

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That's nice to know a couple of languages. :D Haha, I wish I could've learned it too back in highschool but they didn't offer.

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I'm fluent in English and Cake. Yes, Cake is a language for cakes o:

I'm also learning that one. I've started with the easy chocolate-cake level. How much until you reach the cheesecake part? =))

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I am at an intermediate level in Japanese, I took 3 classes while I was in college years ago. And I do alright in German, my maternal grandmother's family are mostly from Germany and most still speak it at home. Although I am not as good as my sister and brother, it is a very "throaty" sounding language and I never could quite get that sound down very well.

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