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Best Answer win-winresources says
Thanks win-winresources. Excellent observations.
Tim Mitchell says
tsmog, that scenario is a little scary and you're a quite brave person! Thanks for sharing.
Linda Bryen says
That is awesome, lies15858! This lady simply refuses to learn English, and that is so sad she looks down on becoming bilingual. It certainly sounds like it opened many doors for you!
Robert the Bruce says
Robert, you're right. I don't understand her stubbornness. I have a friend from Korea that speaks good English and learned from listening to others. If I move to another country, I'd be doing myself a favor to learn the official language, you know?
Yes, Beth. The problem is that immigrants are no longer expected to assimilate to our society. Many would say it's "racist." It's not racist to appreciate and try to preserve your country's way of life.
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Very curious indeed, Annsalo, thanks for sharing. This lady, from what the kids say, just refuses to learn English as she says Spanish is the superior language.
Horia Pop says