By now, we’ve all seen the game trailer, or heard about the Pokemon GO trailer and then played the first few minutes of the game to figure out what’s going on.
Pokemon Go is an online game that allows you to catch the elusive Pokemon using your smartphone, and in its first hour of release it’s had more than 7 million players on the App Store.
The game is based on the Pokemon franchise and has received several awards, including best app in the country from Forbes and best game in the world from GameSpot.
The game has been available in a number of different languages, but a few are the most popular: English, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Korean-language and Swedish.
But what if you don’t speak any of these languages, or you donít know any of them?
You could find yourself in a bit of a pickle.
To help you decide which languages are most popular, we put together this list of the top ten most popular languages for game players, using a few popular phrases and common words that are used in these languages.
You can click on any of the links to jump directly to the specific language for that language.
How to know which language is most popular for Pokemon Go players While this list is not a comprehensive list of all languages for Pokemon GO players, it shows the top 10 most popular language for Pokemon fans in a nutshell.
The first thing you notice is that there are more than a few common words in these ten languages, and some of them are pretty popular too.
For example, Spanish is one of the most common words used for “Pokemon,” but there are also some pretty common English phrases in Spanish as well, like “sólo,” “sí” and “santos.”
In other words, Spanish players are definitely used to using Spanish words in English, and the common Spanish phrases in Pokemon Go are a great example of this.
English is a common phrase for players who play Pokemon Go.
In fact, Spanish has a pretty high percentage of the words in this list.
For instance, “somos” is the Spanish word for “to go,” and “pues” is Spanish for “something.”
Spanish is a very popular language to play Pokemon GO, and there is a good chance that you’ll hear at least one Spanish-speaking player in your life, even if youíre not from Spain.
If you want to be prepared for English and Spanish, here are some tips:If you know any English-language phrases in this top 10, check them out and then take a look at the top phrases in the list.
If you have a specific phrase you want, try to use it in your own words instead of a common Spanish phrase.
If there is no word for a specific word, try using phrases that have English equivalents.
For examples of phrases that can be used in English or Spanish, check out this list:Here is a list of some of the other common Spanish words that players use in Pokemon GO.
For a more thorough list of Spanish phrases, check this list out:Here are some of our favorite Spanish phrases that players often use to describe Pokemon, like Puerto de los pístos (where there are many people), La puerta de los sí (the beach is beautiful) and La lucha de la luna (the grass is green).
Spanish words are used throughout the game in a variety of different ways, and itís worth exploring a little more to see which ones are the best for your needs.
In addition to these Spanish phrases and phrases that are common in the game, there are some other phrases that English players use, like, “Es la lucha (the weather is beautiful),” and, “Si el ciudad (there is a lot of people),” that can also be used as English phrases.
For an extensive list of English phrases that Spanish players use as well as other Spanish phrases used in Pokemon, check the list out here:Spanish phrases can be quite funny, and are often used in a funny way.
Here are a few examples of Spanish-language players using a funny Spanish phrase in the Pokemon Go tutorial:The game also has a number that can help you get into a Pokemon Go frenzy.
For starters, the “pokémon” in “pokemon” can be seen as a common term in English.
You’ll also find that, while there are only six levels, players will often refer to “pokestops” as “pokedes,” and that they are all located in the same location.
Pokemon are all connected, and players can walk through a checkpoint and come back to the same checkpoint.
If the player stops at a Pokestop and wants to try to catch a Pokemon, they will see a prompt to “Poke” in the Pokestops window, and then a number will