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    El Mayimbe Dominicanese's Avatar
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    Ethnic group
    Latin American
    Country: Dominican Republic





    english, spanish, and some haitian creole
    http://shops.zindigo.com/FELIXS-ZINDIGO-SHOP


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    Country: Brazil



    I speak: Portuguese, Spanish, English and Italian
    I understand: French

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    Regular Member Ivar of Rasa Bol's Avatar
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    Y-DNA haplogroup
    I1-M253 ->I-FT141485
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    U5b2a6

    Ethnic group
    Finnish-Swedish 50%, Finnish 50%
    Country: Finland



    Which languages can you correctly pronounce?

    Finnish, Swedish and English (at least much much better than world known Finnish rally, or Formula 1 drivers )

    Which languages do you understand?

    Finnish, Swedish, English. Norwegian and German if they speak slowly.

    Which languages do you speak fluently or at a native speaker's level?

    Finnish and Swedish.

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    Hayley Germaine Painter InfamousAngel99's Avatar
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    Mixed European (North, South, East, and West)
    Country: USA - Florida



    I mainly speak English, but I also speak a lot of French.

    I speak a little bit of Japanese, German, Greek, and Italian.

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    Regular Member Carlos's Avatar
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    bannjan : abandon (abandonner in French, abbandonare in Italian), bandit (bandit in French, bandito in Italian and Spanish)

    https://www.eupedia.com/europe/frank...pos=3&at_tot=5

    I put this here to not open a new thread. From Eupedia

    In Spanish it is: bandido

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    Junior Member Ar Moal's Avatar
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    NoNorth and West European 68% - South european 21% - East eurOpean 10 %
    Country: France



    Galleg (french ) and Brezhoneg (Breton ) , saozneg ( english ), alamaneg ( german ).

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
    R-L1029
    MtDNA haplogroup
    H5a1

    Ethnic group
    polish mostly
    Country: Poland



    I speak Polish as a native, additionally English (fluent), German (less than fluent), Japanese (forgot most of it because of non-use)
    I undestand: Slovak, Czech, Russian and Ukrainian if they speak slowly
    For east-slavic languages the main barrier is the cyrylic script
    Maybe I can understand more slavic languages, but never tested that with natives ;)

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