English. Because of Internet. No joke, although I learned English at school, it feels like school had a minor influence, close to none at all.
Yeah, I've got the same experience of learning English.
I think OP post has to be updated with "except English".
Actually yes, this thread is not about English.
In this case, it's polish. Because I had a class of polish in Uni. Or ruskis. Because my parents spoke ruskis.
1. Japanese — from school (but two years) and self-learning.
2. Polish — an one-year course.
3. English — well, from school and university but it was a big shit. Itʼs same with self-learning and web.
4. Muscovian — from web and real world, but I try to forget this.
What school did you have with learning Japanese?
Where is your flag?!
Imho it's detection еггог
I know Russian and english.
I know Russian because it is my primary language. I know english because I have lived in America for a long time.
Were you born in the US or outside the country?
Born in US, but both parents were Mexikaners.
French. I come from a group of Francophones who are losing our native language to English and I felt like shit about it. I use internet and talk to Québécois fren.
Does the situation with French in Quebec seem to be so bad?
Not at all. French is the casual everyday language in Quebec. I'm not Quebecois though, I'm Acadien.