Oh. Well, just english. And I'm not gonna bother learning how to speak fluently in any other language. Learning english when I was a kid was difficult enough.Nega-Man said:I was talking about languages you're fluent in.
Yeah maybe if you take enough classes in Spanish. Also, even after 4 years of Japanese, I forgot SO MANY things. I know a few things here and there, and I know how to read Hiragana, Katakana, and some Kanji.Nega-Man said:Yeah, because when you learn a language when you're younger, it sticks to you. That's why I hope I'm fluent in Spanish by college, since I'm taking another Spanish course in high school.
Actually, the best time is in early childhood. I had a teacher once who spoke only Russian to his kids for the first three years of their life, and then put them into a normal English-speaking preschool.Nega-Man said:Doesn't your brain stop developing when you're 20 or so? Because if that's the case, that's why it's better to learn languages at a young age. I mean, I have a D in Spanish right now, but that's only because I turned in some things late. I'm paying attention as much as I can.