I myself read, write, speak and understand Danish. And of course the Jutlandish dialect (why isn't there a Jutlandish Google?). Like most danes I understand, but do not speak, Norwegian and Swedish. (Norway and Sweden used to be governed by the danish queen Margrethe. Not the one we have now, though.) You may yourself judge my English. My German is a little worse. I read not too complicated French and Spanish.
[edited by: troels_nybo_nielsen at 7:22 am (utc) on Oct. 27, 2002]
Summing up this interesting thread in alphabetical order to see if we can get more members to post. The above can't be all since numerous nationals have posted in almost all country discussions in the European forum over the years, including Dutch, Hungarians, Greeks, Lithuanians, Belorussians, Ukrainians and Portuguese. I make it 18 languages so far:
Czech Danish English Finnish French Hindi Italian Kannada Latin Mandarin Norwegian Polish Romanian Russian Slovenian Slovakian Spanish Swedish
Dialects not counted: Swiss-German, Swiss-Italian, Strine and Jive.