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My mother tongue is Hungarian.
I speak English, read and write in English and translate texts to and from English.
I speak and can read German, French, Spanish and Italian.
I can read but not speak Dutch and Swedish.
As to other languages, I have a good capacity to memorize thousands of words. E.g. when I was in Turkey, I could talk quite well with the locals about certain (limited) subjects, although I would not say I can speak Turkish. The same happened in Indonesia.
What makes you think that?
- Your definition of securus was wrong. You defined securitas by mistake. --EncycloPetey 10:08, 21 April 2006 (UTC)
There is a silent tug-of-war between me and someone on whether the Quechua language is Quechua or Quechuan, and whether the Slovenian language is Slovenian or Slovene. Of course, I do not want to force my opinion on anyone, but please visit the homepage of the United Nations at
and between Q'echi and Rarotongan you will find Quechua (and NOT Quechuan), and between Slovak and Solomon Pidgin you will find Slovenian (and NOT Slovene). As for me, the "debate" is hereby settled.