On Fri, 28 Mar 2014 04:31:34 -0700, The Daring Dufas
always curious when I see discenters posting signs NOT in their native
language, but in English so the American audience can see.
This is a mosque in Sweden, why isn't the writing over her front in
Swedish? Or, Arabic? So the local residents can understand? Or, is English
so prevalent in Sweden that she knows EVERYBODY can read the message?
Q1. What do you call a person who knows three languages?
Q2. What do you call a person who knows two languages?
Q3. What do you call a person who knows only one language?
A3. American. (British, Australian, and French are acceptable
I read recently that more than 50% of the population of some European
countries are trilingual.
countries are there squished together in Continental Europe? There are
states in The United States that are larger than many European countries
and The United States doesn't have that many countries within a few
hours of driving time in an automobile. So why on Earth would Americans
find it necessary to speak anything other than American English? Apples
and oranges. ^_^
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