No, I don't, unfortunately, although at one point I knew a fair bit of Italian and French.  C'est la vie.

Of course, you wouldn't necessarily know that I don't speak all of these languages after browsing around http://www.microsoft.com and http://msdn.microsoft.com.  Many of my articles for MSDN and MSDN Magazine have been translated into other languages.  For example, for the October 2005 issue of MSDN Magazine, I wrote an article about the reliability features available in the .NET Framework 2.0, and you can read it in French, Spanish, or Japanese.  Want to read my articles about the Media Center DVR-MS file format and about writing add-ins for Media Center? How about in Chinese, here and here, respectively?  Curious about human interactive proofs and how you might implement them in ASP.NET?  Well, if you can read Italian or Spanish, you're in luck.

A fair amount of MSDN Magazine content is also being translated from English into other languages, especially now that we have so many international editions.  Here are a few sites that have such content...

Korean: http://www.microsoft.com/korea/msdn/msdnmag/
Russian: http://www.microsoft.com/rus/msdn/magazine/
Chinese: http://www.microsoft.com/china/msdn/magazine/
Portugese: http://www.microsoft.com/brasil/msdn/msdnmagazine/
Japanese: http://www.microsoft.com/japan/msdn/msdnmag/

Enjoy!
Steve