User talk:Fantasy Gal
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- Yes :-), hardly any though :-9. If I do say I speak it, then I speak it very badly :-) --Fantasy♥Gal 21:25, 7 August 2007 (UTC)
Do you really speak Japanese and Indonesian? Panda Bear 16:11, 8 August 2007 (UTC)
Do you know enough to understand simple sentences? And am I getting annoying? Panda Bear 23:52, 8 August 2007 (UTC)
If you know just a few words, then I don't think you should have that ja-1 userbox on your Español userpage. Are you interested in learning it, though? I'm asking that because User:Snake311 had a ko-1 userbox and a es-1 userbox on his Wikimedia Commons userpage. I asked him "Do you understand Korean and Spanish, or are you just interested in learning them, like your Persian userbox? I saw the Ko-1 and Es-1 templates on your Commons user page." After that, I said "So you're just interested in learning them. I saw the Kr-0 and Es-0 templates in your userboxes on English Wikipedia." After that, he said "I hardly know any Korean words, but to be honest, now I've lost interest in knowing Korean. But I know just two Spanish words, hola (hello) and gracias (thank you)." Panda Bear 20:38, 9 August 2007 (UTC)