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    Jessica
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    If you are an escort that tours or do FMTY – how many foreign languages do you know and which?

    Do you think that knowing only English is enough?
    Do your clients usually speak English or not so well?
    Do you think you could communicate better with clients if you knew more languages? Do you learn some foreign language or consider learning some (if so, which)? ๐Ÿ™‚

    Many questions, I know ๐Ÿ˜‰

    For me – I know English and Polish. I think that the most important language to learn for me could be German. Visiting Germany it would be a big advantage and a big comfort for me and my clients if I knew German.

    I always wanted to speak Russian, but I don’t think I will ever go on tour to Russia, so that wouldn’t be useful for me. I think I had only one Russian client in my whole escorting career. And he spoke English better than me ;p

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    For me, getting to travel is one of the best parts of the business.

    I speak English and German fluently and can speak some Spanish.ย I think having English skills is by far the most important, but, at least in Germany, a lot of clients are embarassed when they try to speak in broken English and feel much more comfortable speaking German, especially businessmen who want to have a chance to relax fully and not have to perform like at work.

    Not everyone cares, however. I’ve had a few Italian clients whose English was not so good, but as my Italian was even worse, we used English, or sometimes German, if this was easier. Luckily, they really don’t care about making grammar mistakes, they just want to have fun! ๐Ÿ™‚

    I’d like to learn more languages, whether slavic, or scandinavian, or latin. Not so much for getting clients though, I just like to learn.

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    Jessica
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    “Luckily, they really donโ€™t care about making grammar mistakes, they just want to have fun!”

    I remember that when I was starting work I was a bit worried that my English is not good enough. But then I realized that nobody really cares about small mistakes and we are all here to have a good time and stress out ๐Ÿ™‚

    “For me, getting to travel is one of the best parts of the business.”
    For me also – I love traveling for the dates.

    “Iโ€™d like to learn more languages, whether slavic, or scandinavian, or latin. Not so much for getting clients though, I just like to learn.”

    With Slavic languages there is a small problem, I think. If you learn one of them, you can usually use it only in this one country (for example Czech, Hungarian, Slovakian).
    If you want to learn just for fun, that’s great, but that will not be useful many times in your life as you said ๐Ÿ˜€ Unless you travel to Slavic countries for work ๐Ÿ˜€

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    Emi
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    I speak Polish and English , and I found this is great communication with clients, as you mentioned above its all about to have fun,they dont really care about grammar

    My German is very basicย  ,I wish I knew more but prefarable language to learn for me would be French- that accent its exciting however difficult..

     

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    Jessica
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    Yeaah French sounds so great <3 But I think it is even more difficult than German ๐Ÿ˜ฎ Too hard for me ๐Ÿ˜€

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