Seems like you want me to brag, Pip. :) And no, I don't want to brag, but it is a few. German is my native language. (To read the old Kurrent scripture of German is a foreign language for me though, I often don't get everything in documents.) Then there is English, which I use because of the web every day. Serbian is the native language of my mother, I know it quite well as well. I am a graduated translator in Portuguese and Italian. I get along in French ok, although it is something like an on/off language for me. I understand written Spanish quite well, although I never officially learned it. But it is very similar to Portuguese, so that's why. Mum speaks Esperanto, I understand it quite well, although I don't speak it. On Christmas day it'll be a year that I started to learn Norwegian with an app, and in the meanwhile I often get at least the most important sense of articles I read. And a few months ago I also started learning Dutch. Norwegian and Dutch is mainly because I found out I have relatives over there, I hope I will be able one day to decipher documents without the need of others. Probably I will need to ask for some stuff though.