My mother tongue is Korean.
But my parents are educated during the Japanese ruling and my father speaks japaneses more fluently than the contemporary natives because he kept reading books written in japanese for his life.
I've started studying English since I don't remember how old(or how young) I was then.
But the methods were not very effective and it was slow. In Korea they had been saying that English is easy to start and terribly hard to master. (Korean? hard to start and hard to master.
Anyway, with the advantage of starting earlier than my peer, and doing hard excercise for decades, I managed to score 875 in TOEIC.
But I still feel quite a bit hard to understand the news report in CNN.
Free conversation is easier because the native speakers can slow down for a foreigner. Reading and writing is much more easier because I can control the speed, and can refer to a dictionary.
Ich habe Deutsche gelernt im hochschule, but after I graduated highschool I seldom studied it. Only, have read a few books. And I forgot much of it. Ich habe alles vergessen.
Frances est un langue utilitee when searching info's on the web. But I'm almost illiterate of it.
Ikh mol kent a Amerikaner ver zogt Yiddish un er gebt mikh a Yiddish lerbikh. es iz a -charming- sprakhele, un es iz -similar to German-. Yiddish lidele zint liblikh
Spanish is another charming language though I also forgot most of it since I took a semester's course in the college. Hmm... rummaging thru my memory, Yo no hablo Español.
Watashiwa Nihongomo sukoshi benkyoushimashitaga amari wakarimasenne. Mangato Eigato-nadowo mirutokiwa benridesuga...
Zhongguohwa, wo shuo bu hao. Dui buqi.
Elliniki? dhen lego.