What is your native language.

English (American, British etc.)
30
45%
Spanish
2
3%
Irish
4
6%
French
3
4%
German
5
7%
Serbian
2
3%
Russian
1
1%
Chinese
2
3%
Swedish
0
0%
Other
18
27%
Total Votes
67
There’s no official language for us Ohioans.


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Comments (72)

Adalstef
Icelandic. Its the coolest language snowman

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mollybaby
English and I rush


Ohioans speak Murkan

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mollybaby
I have a Brit tablet which changes Irish to I rush laugh

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Deedee123x
English....but wud prefer if all Irish spoke Irish!!

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Bearwoman
My native language all depends on what mood I happen to be in at the time.laugh laugh

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Miwagi
Pig latinbanana

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truheart1941
..................SAXON........professor

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MetaMaus

Only when it's still alive, French once it jumped onto your plate dead..
laugh

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Susanne1
Saxon?? Really?? rolling on the floor laughing

Or nee, nu muess mer ma sehn, wassde verschdehsd, wennsch disch froche, wies Wedder bei eusch is... grin

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truheart1941
yar, sehr gut blues rolling on the floor laughing

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galrads





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Susanne1


Really?? It kinda sucks over here, but that's not too unusual, considering the time of the year. grin

You don't really know what I was asking you, do you?? rolling on the floor laughing

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tena koutou

English....though know a little Maori as well.

I spent 17 years with a Maori man, so I should! wine

New Zealand, particularly in latter years, have invested a lot of time and money into educating the people re the Maori language and culture....kapai....thumbs up

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IncubusBaig


That is such a turn on.. love

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IncubusBaig
Urdu is my native language and I'm more fluent in it than English. grin

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is it?

Me haere tonu tenei ki a koe. laugh

lips

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You have no problems with your english Incu.

It runs very smoothly...laugh

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IncubusBaig


Don't stop talking Berry.. getting weak in my knees.. and that doesn't happen often.. smitten

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IncubusBaig


Haha.. yea.. smooth is a word I hear a lot.. laugh

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I'm sorry.....I have to abandon you.... alas, but I will be back....grin

Aroha,

Berry hug

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IncubusBaig


I'm not greedy.. I think I have enough to get me through the day.. grin

Have a good one Berry.. bouquet

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whitelily1
My native is Indonesian, speak english became a must because of my family moving to an english speaking country later, even my english grammar is cheos laugh
I can understand Dutch and speak a bit of Dutch sometime in the family.
Life is never stop learning
Alles is goed voor mij thumbs up

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Callistee
Serbian on the list? It must be thanks to Dedovix. wink laugh

My native tongue is Serbian, but I understand Croatian, Bosnian and Montenegrin just the same. laugh

(During the time of ex-Yugoslavia there was the language called Serbo-Croatian (or Croato-Serbian), but when ex-Yugoslavian republics became independent countries the languages also became independent. There are some differences among the Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian and Montenegrin languages, but for native speakers they are very small and insignificant, so we sometimes joke that each one of us speaks many foreign languages. laugh A short explanation for those who might be interested. smile )

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London, with a hint of cockney!conversing

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Also fluent in Greek .

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truheart1941
....I could speak and write german 3o years ago.....as they say......if you dont use it.....you lose.....and i,ve lost it.....roll eyes doh blues wave wave

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Snookums33
***** There’s no official language for us Ohioans. *****

(How do u Get a quote from another comment on the polls to display properly in the polls ?)

In South Africa we have 11 official languages !

There are eleven official languages of South Africa: Afrikaans, English, Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Sotho, Swazi, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa and Zulu. Fewer than two percent of South Africans speak a first language other than an official one. Most South Africans can speak more than one language.

I was brought up Afrikaans & English !
Studied some German at school !
Xhosa is spoken in the area I originate from.
We had a Xhosa nanny, so picked up some.
Zulu is spoken in the area I now work in.

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galrads



Instead of selecting Post Comment, select Reply and then Yes to ‘quote the above Post.’ You don’t look Afrikaan.

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Miwagi


How are dutch supposed to look?confused

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galrads


Like apple pies. confused wave

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