Ik spreek je taal ook, hoor.
My list is:Dutch, English, German, French.
When I was little I could communicate in Italian and Japanese, but, alas, I no longer remember them.
I can also ask for the check and the bathroom in German... but that's not really communicating, is it?
Emma Tene su che?
Also, you probably know English grammar better than most American high school grads. I learned more about parts of speech etc. in German class than in English (sorry, they didn't offer Dutch!). And this was at a reasonably decent high school in a college-oriented track (see, no "elitism" in our schools!).
(2) Latin-American Spanish (!viva a nuestra idioma!)
(3) American Sign Language (for the Deaf)
"Only one i'm afraid - Scottish!! I can't even speak English - but you've noticed already, haven't you??
Ι καν'τ σπεακ Γρεεκ ατ αλλ.
Just an uneducated peasant i'm afraid!"
That's pretty funny Arthur! I see you know the phonetics of Greek, can you read Greek?
For those who may be wondering what Arthur wrote, which looks to be in Greek, is actually English using Greek letters. It reads,
Ι καν'τ σπεακ Γρεεκ ατ αλλ
I can't speak Greek at all.