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You have wondered if languages other than English have their own Grammar Nazis, amirite?

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Germa... You know what, I think I'll just... avoid that.

@Sinner Germa... You know what, I think I'll just... avoid that.

GERMANY!!! i said it. they probs have lots of grammar nazis but more real nazis lollls.... no

Anonymous -20Reply

Would the Russians have Grammar Capitalists?

My chinese teacher. "No! You write stroke wrong! It must be balanced!"

@kahleekat My chinese teacher. "No! You write stroke wrong! It must be balanced!"

Ironically, in calligraphy, the highest level of penmanship, most strokes have to be fat on one end and pointy on the other.

B10ckH34ds avatar B10ckH34d Yeah You Are 0Reply

Israel probably doesn't.

"Nooo!!!! iAyayay! es 'plátano' not 'platano' Ay caramba!"

Barcelona, Spain. They are RIDICULOUS when it comes to their language. They are very prideful of it.

Anonymous +19Reply

All the foreign exchange students laugh when I attempt to speak with them in their language. I've tried Arabic, Spanish, German, and French. I found out "voulez-vous coucher avec moi" is not an acceptable greeting to say to "that cute French guy over there".

Grammar Imperialists in Japan...there aren't as many of them though..

Big_Bosss avatar Big_Boss Yeah You Are +4Reply

Never seen any Greek ones

Alexuss avatar Alexus Yeah You Are +2Reply

seriously?

PORQUOI!?? PORQUOI!??

Why wouldn't they?

MusicIsAGifts avatar MusicIsAGift Yeah You Are 0Reply

In Serbia, there are Serbian chetniks.

Anonymous 0Reply

当然啦

In french, me :)

Other languages also don't have nearly as difficult grammar...

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