I'm just always curious about people who introduce themselves with references to religion. I also feel that that is a personal relationship, and I've never felt that the Catholic Church (the religion I'm most familiar with) encouraged that God would be the relevance of someone's life, but then I don't really like organised religion that much anyway, I prefer personal spirituality. I wasn't trying to be argumentative, but I understand if it came across that way. So I'll leave that as my last word, but feel free to reply to me if you so wish.Kristie wrote:God IS my relevance in life, thanks I would be happy to tell you why, however I seem to be making enough friends as it is, by simply introducing myself (as others have done).
Kristie wrote:I am fluent in American English, 3 yrs. Spanish, 3 yrs. French, 2 yrs. German, Russian, Greek, Hebrew, Danish, Salish, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese,American Sign Language, Cherokee.
Talib wrote:Anyway, that's quite an impressive array of languages you've studied. How proficient are you with them? Could you rank them on a scale of 1-10, maybe?
ILuvEire wrote:Kristie wrote:I am fluent in American English, 3 yrs. Spanish, 3 yrs. French, 2 yrs. German, Russian, Greek, Hebrew, Danish, Salish, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese,American Sign Language, Cherokee. I am very interested in Native American Languages and study those when I have half a chance. I also greatly enjoy researching lesser known languages and writing systems as well as Historical Linguistics and Semantics.
This is great, another signer and another Danish learner, that makes three of us each!
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