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Also about native language+176Bilingual people: When you say something in your native language, you sometimes translate it into your second tongue, amirite?
Also by ShannonIsAUnicorn+19Band directors have the strangest analogies, amirite?
Also about english and native language+105You hate it when someone speaks to someone in their native language, especially when they CAN speak English. Sometimes you just wanna bring in a translator and be like "HAHA, BITCHES, TRY AND TALK ABOUT ME NOW!" Not that you'd be paranoid or anything, amirite?
Also by ShannonIsAUnicorn+6It is very irritating when a teacher of a subject other than English (or whatever the native language of the area is) uses a large word and repeats it a few times, defines it, and acts all proud of himself for knowing the word as if it was something the class had never heard before. You just want to stand up and shout "congratulations you snollygoster, please come forward as the press hands you your accolade", amirite?
Also about english and native language+66While the stereotype of Americans is that they expect everyone to speak English, even when they're not in English-speaking countries, Americans you know or have met in non-English-speaking countries either tried to speak the native language, or were a bit embarrassed that they didn't know any of it, amirite?
Also about native language+91Not all dogs understand your countries main language if they are constantly surrounded by their owners native language, so saying hello to every dog might not translate. amirite?
Also about native language+385You're truly fluent in a language when you stop mentally translating what is said back into your native language, amirite?
Also about english and native language+197In any American movie that takes place in a foreign country such as France or India, instead of speaking any of the native language, they always just have an English accent. amirite?