If you want to get specific. I speak the Hudson Valley Dialect of North American English. Speaking Maine is difficult for non natives. The only one I know of who can pull if off is my nephew. But that's from years of listening to "Bert and I".
I understand a fair bit of Spanish, but my ability to speak fizzles after about 3 sentences. I used to be a bit better, but lack of practice and 2 years +/- speaking Russian in Ukraine drove most of that out. Lack of practice in the 8 years since I came home means the Russian is very rusty, but I was somewhat conversationally fluent at one point. My Ukrainian was a bit lacking, but I had a head-start on the Russian having studied it for a year in college.
I also know a bit of American Sign Language, but that's not really fluent ... just enough to develop signing routines for songs at church.
Supposedly I learned C++ in high school ... didn't really understand it then ... don't now.
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