Whether I would be entertained or annoyed would depend on the demeanor of the person speaking. For example, I am verbally astute, but not technically savvy. If I have a question regarding electronics, I will describe the problem in unsophisticated terms, by a tech's standards. I present my case admitting that I lack the technical terminology and am often treated with a certain degree of kind amusement and patience. I always walk away having learned something, and feeling better for knowing. If I was belligerant/argumentive in my ignorance, I am certain I would be treated with less respect. I always treat those that are sincere with patience and respect, regardless of their ability to say what they mean. I believe most people show a charitable attitude if they are approached in a sincere way.
However, I have noticed some "customer service" employees that are less than kind when dealing with the elderly. Now, for me personally, that's annoying! I do not find it amusing when I witness an intolerant attitude in communicating with anyone having difficulty, for any reason, making themselves understood. It is not funny to the person struggling. It is demeaning and frustrating.
My 85-year old mother, who had bypass heart surgery a year old that resulted in some dementia, has great difficulty being straightforward, as she loses her train of thought often. If she laughs herself, I will follow suit, as it breaks the tension. But, to laugh as she is struggling or show annoyance, would be damaging to her. I try to treat everyone the same as want others to treat my mother.