+130I dont speak spanish and dont plan to either. You came to my country, you speak MY language! amirite?
-21It's annoying when foreigners speak their language in front of us Americans. Amirite? Especially when they know English but still choose to speak a language we don't know. Not to mention downright rude. They could be talking about us!
+1,197American English is like the bastard child of Latin and some Germanic language. Its more well-liked but prudish sibling is British English, while its sporty and laid back brother is Australian English. French would be the indulgent aunt because it lavishes American English with so many word gifts, and Old Norse would be the cranky but often helpful grandfather language. amirite?
-100America does NOT have an official national language, it's part of free speech. People need to stop complaining about the spanish speakers, etc. in this country, amirite?
+8You are creative and love the English language. Amirite? Here is a 3 Words Make a Sentence Game. Please follow examples.
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-1,218It's possible that English is the only language that exists. Think about it, have you ever actually heard somone speak another language? amirite?
+547People who speak 3 languages are trilingual, and people that speak 2 languages are bilingual, so what do you call a person that speaks one language? American. amirite?
+1,001We should call foreign countries and cities by their names in that country's language. I.e. "Firenze, Italia" not "Florence, Italy". Amirite?
+587If you could instantly become perfectly fluent in another language, you know what language you'd pick, amirite?
-8Not being able to understand someone's accent more than likely indicates that you are of lower intelligence than the person speaking. After all, they can speak more than one language and you can't even understand the only one you've ever bothered to learned.
+518In cultures where text is read from right to left, when someone from that culture pictures time on a linear scale, the past is on the right with the future on the left. In languages with masculine and feminine pronouns, a natural speaker of that language is more likely to point out the aspects of that object that are generally associated with the pronoun's gender. The effect that language has on how we perceive the world is astounding. amirite?