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Ancient Egyptian. . .hands down.
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French
I have always liked the language .
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Hebrew or Latin

Phrase would be: "I've always loved the way you smile"




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German and/or Spanish - seem to be fairly common in this part of the World (Europe)

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Spanish, definitely. Being a So Cal girl, it's almost a necessity, but I'd also love the sound of it. I can understand some, speak 'muy poco.'



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Russian, though I'm told that Serbian is a beautiful Slavic language too. Oh, and Klingon, just not like they speak it on Star Trek Discovery. Those klingons speak like they're deaf.


bortaS bIr jablu’DI’ reH QaQqu’ nay’.

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noll wrote:
Russian, though I'm told that Serbian is a beautiful Slavic language too. Oh, and Klingon, just not like they speak it on Star Trek Discovery. Those klingons speak like they're deaf.


bortaS bIr jablu’DI’ reH QaQqu’ nay’.


Oh, hell yes! I'd love to speak Klingon. The nerd geek in me got all excited at the idea, lol! (No, I'm serious, this is not a joke or an attempt of humor of any kind)


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german. my biggest regret was not going through with it in high school - despite taking it in elementary while attending school overseas. i think i would have fared much better with it than spanish.

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Simmerdownchick wrote:
Oh, hell yes! I'd love to speak Klingon. The nerd geek in me got all excited at the idea, lol! (No, I'm serious, this is not a joke or an attempt of humor of any kind)


I know a woman who speaks a fair bit of Klingon. While it's far from a sexy/romantic language, the nerdiness of it sure added to her sex-appeal.

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noll wrote:


I know a woman who speaks a fair bit of Klingon. While it's far from a sexy/romantic language, the nerdiness of it sure added to her sex-appeal.

Finally, someone gets me! LOL!! Big Hugs


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german. my biggest regret was not going through with it in high school - despite taking it in elementary while attending school overseas. i think i would have fared much better with it than spanish.


Warum lernst du kein Niederländisch? Es ist ein bisschen wie eine anglisierte Version von Deutsch (oder: nicht so streng) ;)

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noll wrote:


Warum lernst du kein Niederländisch? Es ist ein bisschen wie eine anglisierte Version von Deutsch (oder: nicht so streng) ;)


dammit, noll, you really have me reaching WAAAY back to try and translate this lol um, a dutch dialect of german? i can't imagine that being easier to learn.

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dammit, noll, you really have me reaching WAAAY back to try and translate this lol um, a dutch dialect of german? i can't imagine that being easier to learn.


Dialect? crybaby No, it's the mixed love baby of Northeastern European languages.




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Got to be Italian.

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Native american
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doctorlove wrote:
Native american


Which one? Algonquin, Cherokee, Lakota, Ojibwe... There are scores (and some that are lost, too).
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Old Gaelic, the language of my ancestors and the Old Gods of Ireland. I understand it's wickedly difficult to learn, so being able to skip that process has substantial appeal.

I had a (now-deceased :( ) friend translate one phrase for me: "Do not falter." In Old Gaelic, it's "Na bain tuisle." Pronounced something like "na banh (kind of a nasal "n") tewshla."
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Dammit. Looking above, I see a reference to Klingon. It didn't occur to me that we could pick fictional ones. Now I'm tempted to go to one of Tolkein's Elvish ones...
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Basque. Not related to any known language in the world. Maite zaitut.

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noll wrote:


Warum lernst du kein Niederländisch? Es ist ein bisschen wie eine anglisierte Version von Deutsch (oder: nicht so streng) ;)


and i thought the Dutch speaked English as well kekekegay

"Why dont you learn Dutch? It's a bit like an English version of German (or not as ?)" and that was without google f-hihi



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I am desperately tying to learn German with the aid of an online app. Damned difficult!

Wenn is dir ein lächeln ins gesicht gezaubert hat, hat es sicht gelohnt

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apptobebad wrote:


and i thought the Dutch speaked English as well kekekegay

"Why dont you learn Dutch? It's a bit like an English version of German (or not as ?)" and that was without google f-hihi



"speaked"? Sounds like a Dutch person speaking English indeed laughing6

Your translation was good, until you missed "strict" at the end (and "English" should've been "anglicized"). But in all honesty: I did use Google, as my German is not all that good ;)

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Annamagique wrote:
I am desperately tying to learn German with the aid of an online app. Damned difficult!

Wenn is dir ein lächeln ins gesicht gezaubert hat, hat es sicht gelohnt
Das hat es occasion5

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patokl wrote:
Das hat es occasion5


Danke, mein Freund. 3601

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The language of paradise ;)

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Jen_ wrote:
The language of paradise ;)

That would be body language... my favourite language

A little kindness can be so valuable, yet costs almost nothing

In many countries being gay is a crime, and even in modern societies, politicians try to legalise discrimination. Your voice can make a difference. Have a look at All Out to find out how.


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Spanish...it seems like that would be the most practical these days.
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I wish I had learned more Tsalagi (Cherokee) than I have, but my grandmother died before she could teach me more.

I took a couple years of Russian in college, and it has only come in handy once! I was in NYC, staying in a hotel that apparently was hosting a large delegation of Russians, and on the elevator ride up to my floor, two guys behind me were speaking Russian, and I realized they were talking about my ass, thinking that I was an American and wouldn't understand them. So when I got to my floor, I said to them in Russian, "Excuse me, this is my floor." I turned to see their reaction, and the look on their faces was worth learning the Cyrillic alphabet for! :-)

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Scottish Gaelic. I could listen to it all day. Sometimes I do.

Dail chuach am bainne ghobhar, suath ri d’ aghaidh, ’s chan eil mac rìgh air an domhan nach bi nad dhèidh.
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