December 10, 2003





Would you rather be fluent in French or C?

What is "C"?

Jill, 61
Saylorsburg, PA USA

what is C?

Melodi, 19
Gahanna, OH USA

French. I wouldn't mind knowing Java/Flash/advanced HTML/Cold Fusion, though.

Karen, 24
Ames, IA USA


Laura, 38
Lowell, MA USA

C! Better job opportunities!

Talia, 25
Tallahassee, FL USA

I guess French since I do not know what C is.

Janet, 46
E. Brunswick, NJ USA

French. Would prefer to communicate with people than machines.

Felicia, 37
Lowell, MA USA

I'd rather be fluent in both, but as a programmer, if I have to choose it would be C.

Jane, 63
West Linn, OR USA

I'd rather be fluent in French. I only know one human language, English, but I'm already fluent in several computer languages.

Cathie, 53
Novi, MI USA

Seeing I live about twenty minutes from the border, I'll pick French.

Ryan, 29
Riedlingen GERMANY

French, it's a heritage thing.

Alias Irrelevante

Not being a computer geek or tech head or whatever, I suppose it would have to be French. I would rather be fluent in Spanish. I took four years in high school and have basic knowledge, but would like to speak it now.

Cindy, 41

Something about this question is lost, or I'm just not understanding the meaning of "C" ... However, I could not possibly care less about learning anything French.

Fisch, 47
Preston, CT USA

What's C? Is that computer language? If so, then...shit, still French probably.

Keri-Jade, 23
Brampton, Ontario CANADA

what is c? chinese or the computer language c?

i would love to be fluent in all languages. french is cool, its close to spanish which i am nearly fluent in. there is not much fun there i guess.

so i will choose the other. if c is the computer language well thats dorky but i do know it.
if it is chinese then totally i would prefer that. i love asian cultures and i love the languages. i have some ancestry trailing back there so it would be cool. i would like to speak mandarin.

maybe i will go visit asia at some time. next year is going to be a good year. i could probably plan that and if i stay long enough then i will come back knowing a chunk of the language.

definitely c than french. knowing spanish helps me understand french so french would not be much a challenge neither would italian. i like how those languages are close. its really cool.

ingrid, 22
Stockton, CA USA

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