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Also about language and bilingual people+224Bilingual People: It's annoying when people ask to say something in your language and you don't know what to say, but when there's another person who knows a different language, you ask the same thing, amirite?
Also about language+83The universal world language should be sign language. You don't have to worry about accents, it's a language without an associated ethnicity, it's easy to pick up the signs, and the signs make sense. Amirite?
Also by PrincessDaisy+155All the cool babies are born with mohawks. amirite?
Also about language+255When you find out someone speaks an exotic foreign language, you ask them to say something in that language, and then they say "what do you want me to say?" Amirite?
Also about language and fluently+130Learning a new language is fun especially when you can speak it with someone fluently, amirite?
Also about language and bilingual people+176Bilingual people: When you say something in your native language, you sometimes translate it into your second tongue, amirite?
Also about language and fluently+210When you've been trying to learn another language, and you meet someone from that country who speaks your language fluently, it's always an inner battle whether or not to try out your language skills in case you embarrass yourself, amirite?
Also by PrincessDaisy+18You know you're doing too good in a class when your teacher puts an assignment you got 100% on in the gradebook it makes your grade drop. amirite?
Also by PrincessDaisy+296If you didn't know that "O Come Little Children" was a Christmas song, based on the title you would probably think it was a song for pedophiles. amirite?
Also about language and bilingual+73Do you agree with the saying: A bilingual person (who has a working knowledge of two languages) is tantamount to having a double personality? I think that there is some element of truth in it. I have always noticed that my friend who is perfectly bilingual in French and in English is becoming a different person when he switches from French into English or vice versa. Does it depend on the nature of the language or on the personality of the speaker? amirite?