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I just read Dukes' post in another thread that included an article on INSEAD which mentioned among other things, that students are required to graduate with fluency in two languages other than English.
I'm curious, for those of you who will be attending INSEAD, what languages do you speak?
And for everyone else on this forum, tell me what languages you speak, I know Ryhme speaks some Italian, and among all the Indians there are probably dozens of other languages spoken in the GMATClub community. Let's hear about them.
Chinese - native speaker
English - second language, I'm OK
Spanish - took it in high school and worked in a lot of restaurants so I'm pretty good with profanity
Russian - took it for my language requirement in college (didn't want to take the easy way out and just go with what I already knew). I don't remember a damn thing about it though.
My stuff: Fluent at Russian, Ukrainian, English. (Well, I believe my English is far behind pelihu's, but I still feel it can be called "fluent" ) Can understand (good reading, fair listening) and perform some limited communication in Polish, German and French. Have experience astonishing others by deciphering texts in Dutch, Chech, Spanish and other languages They all have a lot in common, after all, so it's always possible to get some general idea.
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