Originally posted by Mapraputa Is:
I wonder, what other non-native English speakers miss in English... Let�s complain?
Originally posted by Angela Poynton:
Which leads to a question I've always wondered about. Those of you who speak more than one language ... what language do you dream in??
Originally posted by Sahir Shibley:
Gee. Are we supposed to think in a language. I always imagined thought was a language independent process and the raw output is transformed to some language when it gets to port 8080. You have me worried now. I must call my shrink to fix an appointment.
Originally posted by Asuthosh Manne:
For some one who is not in the US, and especially given that you've only visited this country once when you were a kid, I am amazed by the colloquial English(Gee, shrink, and a lot many examples from your other posts) you use. How familiar are you with the culture in US? How did you get this familiarity? I am curious.
Originally posted by Nanhesru Ningyake:
There was an earlier discussion on the Ranch, about what languages are tough to learn. etc etc