Tends to be the first question asked when people find out we're moving to Montréal.
I've started answering in the affirmative. "Yes," I say. "But the thing is, the languages I speak are English and Russian."
Which is a vast overstatement. Still, I've worked really hard over the years to be able to read, write and speak a bit of Russian, and it's the language to which my brain defaults when I try to think outside of English. The people in the part of Ukraine where I visit speak predominantly Russian, so that's what I've learned.
I'm going there again in just a few weeks, and have been promising myself that as soon as I was done school I would delve hardcore back into my Russian studies. Of course I didn't anticipate that on the afternoon of the morning that I handed in my last paper I would be calling my District Sup to let him know that I might be moving to la belle province, where French matters much more than Russian.
So I've downloaded Duolingo and it turns out my high school brain DID retain some French after all. (And you mocked me for my A+ grades.... *shakes fist*) Duolingo doesn't have Russian, sadly, so I have a different app for that.
So. I've come to a decision.
It's the only reasonable option.
I've got a good start in both French and Russian, so...
I'm going for trilingual. That's all there is to it. Wish me luck!