October 16, 2010
I like to learn Korean language. I think it's beautiful.
Hope you are feeling better, Dan! Take it easy and don't rush!!
Hey Dan H...
I do not have my latest Rosetta Stone copy but if you are looking for additional help with language visit mochalive.com. It's free, has many languages and opportunities to get a penpal from a different country.
Thanks for the info about the Walmart turkey... I'm checking it out soon.
Let's drive together. [masked] - cell
I would love to join today but Im going for another event which was planned before, wish u best luck
not sure about Sashimi food, I'm sure its very delicious food.. enjoy ur Sashimi
Thanks a lot, Dan, I'll see you there.
Hi Dan! Glad you joined the 20s and 30s Asian Group! We look forward to seeing you at the next event!
ha ha, yeah, I thought Indonesian. I trained in Pencak Silat for a few years. - I was teasing a bit obviously. But you know, indigenous means that those people who speak these 176 languages here in the U.S. likely claim they are of a specific people or place. Try telling them they're not; you know?
But, my first guess is and still remains to be the U.S.A. In the United States there are over 300 spoken languages, of which there are at least 176 indigenous languages. Bilingualism in the USA is the norm. In fact 1 in 5 Americans speak something other than English at home (according to the 2000 census).