Thanks in advance!
I'm from New Mexico in the southwestern US, and my native language is English.
Spanish: I have considerable exposure to Spanish thanks to growing up in a wonderfully Spanish-saturated state, so I can understand a fair amount of it, but I'm self-conscious about speaking it and could definitely use some intensive refresher courses. I've only studied it in a scholastic setting by going to a bilingual preschool, taking a semester-long course in middle school, and then taking a year-long course in high school. I've been to Mexico a few times.
French: I used to be near-fluent, but unfortunately my French is getting slightly rusty. I studied for four years in high school, did a summer exchange to Lyon in 1998, and took one more course at the university level. I can still read very comfortably and converse with my French boss at work.
Portuguese: Thanks to my host family being Brazilian, I learned some basic Portuguese while in France, but I haven't studied it in a scholastic setting.
Japanese: I studied Japanese for three years at the university level and got to translate for my grandparents on a week-long trip to Tokyo in 2003. I still remember quite a bit, but the kanji (Jesus Christ, try them) are drifting away slowly.
Mandarin: I've taken two semester-long courses in Mandarin, and hope to take more. I love it.
Russian: I'm just starting to dip my feet into Russian with the help of self-instruction books and a few game friends with whom I comprise a makeshift Russian-learning club.
Arabic: I've also just started learning Arabic and I'm terribly excited about it. :)