|You must be crazy|
Like a Fox.
|I plan to learn Spanish ( I'd like to learn it now but it's not taught in my school) and Latvian someday. Currently I know 4 languages and that's enough for now.|
At the moment, I only really know English and a little bit of German, but I'm nowhere near fluent. My plan is to learn more German, then Dutch, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Russian, Greek, Latin, Italian, French, Portuguese and Spanish. If you look, you'll notice a pattern - starting with German (the root language/one of the root languages of Dutch, Norwegian, Danish and Swedish), I move through the Scandinavian languages to Finnish (which is similar to the aforementioned, and similar-ish to Russian) and then to Russian. The Cyrillic alphabet is based on the Greek alphabet, so I then move to Greek, which is the language on which Latin is based. I then go through some of the Romance languages, ending with Spanish. Portuguese is used as a "bridge" between French and Spanish, since it sounds similar to French and Italian, but is lexographically more similar to Spanish. I know someone who speaks Portuguese fluently, though, so I might ask her to help me learn that. I don't plan to rigorously stick to that order.
|not taught in my school|
Oh, I'm more of an autodidact. I can teach myself 4 programming languages in two years, I can teach myself to play electric guitar with almost no musical knowledge at all (I didn't even know what 8th notes were until last week, and I still don't understand time signatures; I can't read sheet music, but I can very accurately tune my guitar to standard tuning (EADGBe) with no external sources (I use videos on YouTube to fine-tune it; I want an electric tuner but I can't be bothered to get one). I'm sure I can teach myself natural languages as well.