TL;DR: Multilingual Hong Konger that doesn't shut up about the Word of GouldEdit

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BabelEdit

Languages Scripts
Babel user information
yue-N 呢位用戶嘅母語廣東話
zh-4 这位用户的中文达到接近母语水平
cmn-4 This user has near native speaker knowledge of Mandarin Chinese.
en-4 This user has near native speaker knowledge of English.
wuu-2 箇位用户个吴语能力达到中等水平
nan-1 Chit-ê iōng-chiá tha̍k-siá Bân-lâm-gú ê lêng-le̍k sī chho·-kip.
lzh-2 此君有志文言也。
nl-2 Deze gebruiker heeft basiskennis van het Nederlands.
la-2 Hic usor lingua Latina mediae difficultatis conferre potest.
fr-1 Cet utilisateur dispose de connaissances de base en français.
oc-1 Aqueste utilizaire dispausa de coneissenças de basa en occitan.
de-1 Dieser Benutzer beherrscht Deutsch auf grundlegendem Niveau.
grc-1 Ὅδε ὁ χρώμενος στοιχειώδη γνῶσιν τῆς ἀρχαίας ἑλληνικῆς ἔχει.
gan-0 這位使用者不瞭解(或在一定程度上難以理解)贛語
cdo-0 Cī ciáh ê̤ṳng-hô uòng-ciòng mâ̤ huôi-é Mìng-dĕ̤ng-ngṳ̄.
茲隻用戶完全𣍐會意閩東語
cjy-0 This user has no knowledge of Jinyu (or understands it with considerable difficulty).
hsn-0 这位用户不懂或很难理解湘语
hak-0 Liá chak yung-fu vàn-chhiòn m̀ hiáu Hak-kâ-ngî.
邇隻用戶完全毋曉客家語
ja-0 この利用者は日本語分かりません (または理解するのがかなり困難です)。
ryu-0 くぬ利用者のー沖縄口読まん書かいびらん(またうふぇ一分かいび一ん)。
Users by language
Babel user information
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Latn-4
This user has a near-native understanding of the Latin alphabet.
Ω
Grek-4
This user has a near-native understanding of the Greek alphabet.
Я
Cyrl-4
This user has a near-native understanding of the Cyrillic alphabet.
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IPA-4
This user has a comprehensive understanding of the International Phonetic Alphabet.
Users by language
Babel user information

Hani
This user's native script is Hanzi.

Hant
This user's native script is Traditional Chinese.

Hans-4
This user has a near-native understanding of Simplified Chinese.

Hira-1
This user has a basic understanding of Hiragana.
Users by language

A bit about meEdit

I started learning random languages when I was around 8. I grew up trilingual, but my school in the UK forced me to pick more, so eventually it just piled up

Majority of composition can be found on MuseScore. Several have been performed in real life by musicians of relatively high quality

Currently working on expanding data in Wiktionary’s Sinitic languages

LanguagesEdit

Cantonese YueEdit

My native language, though unfortunately got sidelined by English when growing up. My pronunciation is not fully on-point though I do not have very many mergers. My speech has the 2-5 and 3-6 tone mergers as well as occasional ŋ-ø and final t-k mixups

EnglishEdit

My idiolect cannot be well classified into any distinct variety though it most resembles Cultivated Hong Kong English with a little bit of MLE. All my back vowels are distinct however there are some words that enter the wrong lexical set

StandoEdit

Standard + Mando
I started learning Stando at kindergarten due to the education system, and hence it is at a conversational level. My idiolect is not distinctly YUe influenced however it does have some traits that are distinct to Shanghainese or Cantonese, such as occasional mixups between 1 and 4 as well as not being able to tell 平翹平翘 at times

Shanghainese WuEdit

My maternal heritage language. Due to my paternal grandmother living with my family when growing up, my family primarily used Hokkien when not speaking one of the three official languages of Hong Kong. I have started learning Shanghainese since late 2021 and now I am at around B2 level. I can understand nearby Northern Wu languages fairly well though I cannot speak any. Northern Wu is also my area of expertice in terms of linguistics

HokkienEdit

My paternal side comes from Amoy, and since they have all moved to Hong Kong, I get to hear it very often. I seldom speak it though I can understand it to a considerable level

DutchEdit

During the 2020 summer holiday I sat on my chair and had a thought that I should learn Dutch. Nu ik kan een beetje Nederlands spreken. However, I have not used it or practiced any for quite a while so unfortunately I cannot comfortably use it around people

LatinEdit

I do a bit of academic Latin and conversational Latin and I'm taking it for GCSE. My grades aren't great but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

French, GermanEdit

Both also my GCSE subjects and I can speak both to around B1-B2 level

Classical GreekEdit

I was considering taking it for GCSE as well but after studying it for a year I kind of gave up

OccitanEdit

Will learn when I have time. I know the basics of Nissart though I cannot speak much