But we live in America. We speak ENGLISH in America. If you move to this country from another one then you should speak clear English and understand it. I feel like they should all have to take an ESL class for a year before they're allowed to live here and if they fail, they have to retake the course or no entry! I'm not sorry if this offends anyone bc, well, I'm just not. I'm sick of having to talk to people who I can't understand or who can't understand me!! Ok .. end rant :D
Like I said before, I do not care if this offends you. I'm sick of calling places and having someone "help" me that doesn't even understand what I'm saying to begin with! How can you possibly help me if you don't understand me?! YOU CAN'T! Also, this isn't directed towards one specific group of people. It's directed towards ALL foreigners who work in this country, yet don't have a fucking clue what I am saying. Oh, and if you're going to come at me, at least identify yourself or consider yourself a coward hiding behind a computer screen. Have a lovely day!
Well, this was fun. I said what I had to say. I'm not responding anymore. One thing I'm thankful for when it comes to living in America is freedom of speech. I have a right to my opinion and this is it. You can call me every name in the book, but since I don't know you and never will... IDGAF! :D bye bye!
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You think everyone in every country has access to ESL classes? A lot of immigrants come here to escape war, poverty, and highly oppresive governments, they can't take a year to learn English. Lets see you learn a whole other language in a year. That would just cause illegal immigration to sky rocket because more would have to do it illegaly since they can't speak the language perfectly. If you don't want to talk to people you can't understand, then don't, they don't need to talk to your ignorant butt.
by Anonymous 15
November 30, 2012 at 12:27 PM
A fuckin men... Its bullshit...
by Anonymous 16
November 30, 2012 at 12:28 PM
Isn't the burden on the one's who don't speak the predominant language? I would feel that those coming to America with little knowledge of the English language have a much harder time adjusting, then us English speaking Americans have trying to communicate with them.