Wow, this is so interesting. Hahaha. I've always loved languages. One of my favorite hobbies is watching dubbed Disney and Barbie songs from YT. Lol.
I'm a Filipino, so my native tongue is Tagalog.
I guess I'll give that a 5/5 then. Hahaha. However, I grew up bilingual, in English
too. I remember that most of the storybooks I had when I was younger were in English. My parents always spoke to me in either of those two.
Also, in my country, there's a variety of other "languages", two of which I sort of understand. Kapampangan and Ilokano. I can't speak those two fluently, but I understand most conversations. Hahaha.
And I love the Japanese
language! When I was in preschool, I'd always watch Inuyasha, Slamdunk, and other anime after school. That was in the Tagalog dub too, hahaha. But then, whenever I'd watch the original with English subs, it was so much more interesting to me! Hahaha. Up to now I still love it, and I can understand bits and pieces of Japanese, read and write Kana and about a hundred Kanji. Lol. I still have a long way to go though, but I know I'll have a lot of fun along the way.
Spanish was the language of my paternal ancestors, and when I was younger, my grandmother tried to teach me that language. Hahaha. I don't remember much of what she taught me before though.
My maternal grandfather, on the other hand, had Chinese roots, but my mother didn't learn from him. Haha. However, since she studied in a Chinese school when she was younger, she picked up a few things and used them on me. Lol. -_____- She could only remember the basic greetings and words. Haha!
And finally, I've touched Greek, Korean, French and German. I can read the first two, but I can't really understand them. Hahaha. It's always the writing system that makes the language so intriguing to me. And as for the last one... oh I just love that language. :") I think it's lovely.