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Bi/Multilingual People, do you do this?


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#61 skinnyb0nes

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Posted Yesterday, 05:10 AM

Yes, a lot. i speak arabic and english - Arablish


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#62 Deez Nuts

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Posted Yesterday, 10:33 AM

I speak fluent German and English
And dude
Some words in English just don't make sense
So I use the German word
Or my thoughts will be in German instead of English sometimes

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#63 BurningLeaf

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Posted Yesterday, 12:25 PM

When I have to write essays for school I sometimez Italianize an English word cuz it sounds right at that moment. And sometimes I have to ask my friends whether a word is actual Italian or whether I'm its English-turned-Italian. Also when me and my sister talk we usually have the base (sentence construction) in English but throw in words in Italian cuz they come to mind before the equivalent in English does lol


A human being sees something bad which is coming as inevitable. There is no way he can halt the process; he is helpless. This sense of helplessness generates a need to gain some control over the impending pain -- any kind of control will do. This makes sense; the subjective feeling of helplessness is more painful than the impending misery. So the person seizes control over the situation in the only way open to him: he connives to bring on the impending misery; he hastens it. This activity on his part promotes the false impression that he enjoys pain. Not so. It is simply that he cannot any longer endure the helplessness or the supposed helplessness. - 'VALIS', Philip K. Dick

 

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#64 aedith

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Posted Yesterday, 02:02 PM

Oh yes! Being fluent in five languages, you've got no idea how much I do this. Finnish is my native language, but it gets mixed together mostly with Swedish and English.




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