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Old 02-22-2007, 01:20 AM
tippytoes tippytoes is offline
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Language can be beneficial. English is the most recognized language in the world. My first language is English. But I speak fluent Hungarian. Not a language that is reconized here in the United States. While I don't think a language will benefit a career, use it for for good reasons.

I studied French for 4 years, and German. I can say phases in these languages.I consider myself fluent in Spanish. I would personally, like to speak Hebrew, I am self taught in the alphabet but that is as far as it goes. \/
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Old 03-02-2007, 08:27 AM
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I speak Spanish. On my last plane, most of the pax' first language was spanish. I would speak to them in english or spanish, depending on which language they spoke to me in first. We flew to many spanish speaking countries and the pilots didnt speak spanish, so I would help them out alot. I spent 2 weeks in Germany last year and would love to learn to speak German!
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Old 03-09-2007, 01:03 PM
Broom Hilda Broom Hilda is offline
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:-({|= I once knew good conversational French but lost even that since my trips to French speaking areas are few and far between. I know all of the dirty words spoken in Spanish. Does that count for something?
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