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I am Fernando Guasch and I had been privilege to learn languages since early in life, but not that early. I am usually a linguist and translator of languages for travelers and its my joy to give my contributions of the languages I know to Wikitravel for travelers who are traveling to different countries.
 
I am Fernando Guasch and I had been privilege to learn languages since early in life, but not that early. I am usually a linguist and translator of languages for travelers and its my joy to give my contributions of the languages I know to Wikitravel for travelers who are traveling to different countries.
 
   
 
   
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Etruscan,
 
Etruscan,
 
Latin classical and ecclesiastical
 
Latin classical and ecclesiastical
 
 
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I am Fernando Guasch and I had been privilege to learn languages since early in life, but not that early. I am usually a linguist and translator of languages for travelers and its my joy to give my contributions of the languages I know to Wikitravel for travelers who are traveling to different countries.

Oh I enjoy languages and I'm fascinated when others speak it. I do speak several languages fluently but for the others I could read the words fluently when I see it printed on paper or computer. I am involved on these languages now:

ROMANCE LANGUAGES

Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, Romanian

LANGUAGES OF EASTERN EUROPE

Albanian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Hungarian, Macedonian, Polish, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene

SLAVIC ASIAN LANGUAGES

Russian, Belorussian

EUROPEAN LANGUAGES

Greek, German, Turkish, Dutch, Maltese

SCANDINAVIAN LANGUAGES

Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Finnish, Danish

BALTIC LANGUAGES

Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian

ANCIENT LANGUAGES

Classical Greek, Etruscan, Latin classical and ecclesiastical

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