Wow, this topic is pretty interesting. Before I actually list down some languages down, I would like to tell a story about myself on how I grow fond of learning new languages. When I was little, my primary language was Spanish because of my parent's background. Every day, I would ask my parents what do certain things means in Spanish and I would get the answer I would want. When I got a little older, my big brother has to educate me on English because I had to go to school soon. During my school days, I spend some of my time reading English books and go to some program called "ESL" (English Second Language). When I was in high school, I had a Russian counselor. She was quite interesting. I once told her that I found Russia to be quite interesting along with its culture and language too because of the history channel. As she counsels me, she would sometimes tell me about her experience in Russia, show me some Russian videos, or teach me some Russian word or phrases whenever she has a few minutes left on her time before I return to class. On some days, I watch videos about other countries and their languages since my father visits people who come from different countries like Brazil. Sooner on, I thought to myself that learning a new language might be a fun experience for me. So I spend some time looking around the internet to see what languages interest me and what doesn't. I made some few internet friends who happen to be from Russia and Poland. The Polish guy, It's Cyber 8 BTW, LOL ROLF!!
Anyways, I'm going to list my favorite languages down:
Polish (I sometimes go to educational websites and look over my Polish for Dummies book)
Japanese(I'm currently learning it at my community college)
Italian (A few years ago, I discovered I have Italian blood along with my Spanish blood)
Portuguese & Brazilian Portuguese
Ehh, that's pretty much it.