Saturday, June 30, 2007

Daisy's Top Ten List: #6 is is false.

#6: I speak three languages, (including English).

I speak American English (Wisconsin style, y'know).
I speak Spanish very well; with a little practice I could become near fluent. I spoke it better in high school and college when I used the skills more often. Occasionally, I'll have a chance to use my language knowledge when I have a Spanish-speaking child in class and the translator isn't available.
A third language? Not unless you count PigLatin or Gibberish.


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Blogger Maureen Fitzgerald said...

I'm beginning to think interpreting toddler talk (especially when they're crying) should be classified as knowing another language.

6/30/2007 1:18 PM  
Blogger Scribbit said...

Well all I can say is Que bueno!

I also have Que Barbaridad that I use when the occasion permits. :)

It's what I get for living with a Spanish speaker.

6/30/2007 11:58 PM  
Blogger Joy said...

You don't know gibberish........or didago yidagou?

7/01/2007 12:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I totally got this answer wrong!

7/05/2007 1:39 PM  

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