No, I haven't taken any linguistics classes and would not call myself bilingual (I know some French, a little German, and a tiny bit of Japanese). It's true that I don't like to impose my language when I'm in a country where it's not spoken, but that's only served to prevent me from going to any such countries (although I did spend a few months in Montreal).
I am annoyed that there's no way for me to see the ANSWERS to this test. I guess I'll have to google them.
You scored a 260 out of 400 on language knowledge.
Congratulations! You know your stuff! You've scored higher than most people would and you probably have taken a linguistics or cultural science class to boot. Most likely you are bilingual or even multilingual. You are also probably fascinated by languages and want to learn more of them in the future. When you travel to a foreign country, you make a point to learn some of the language instead of imposing your own. It's people like you who help promote the exchange of languages worldwide. Keep it up!
This test tracked 1 variable. How the score compared to the other people's:
|Higher than 71% on knowledge|
|Link: The World Languages Test written by jeremie096 on Ok Cupid|