+2,472You wanna be able to hear your own language without understanding it, so you can hear how it sounds, amirite?
+1,341When a foreigner comes to live in your country for a good reason you shouldn't say "if you don't know our language, get out" you should say "let me help you learn our language". Amirite?
+1,259You wonder what english (or whatever other language you speak) sounds like to those who dont understand it, amirite?
+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?
+1,028When people speak in a different language around you, you always assume they are talking about you, it's even worse when they laugh, amirite?
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+1,001We should call foreign countries and cities by their names in that country's language. I.e. "Firenze, Italia" not "Florence, Italy". Amirite?
+861We got a foreign exchange student?! Let's go see if he can teach us to swear in his language, amirite?
+857You wish you had the mind of a baby and could pick up a foreign language by just listening to it, amirite?
+850The majority of us were using so-called big words and proper language before it became "cool" to be intelligent, amirite?
+839English Language Arts: No, the characters aren't JUST eating soup, the soup represents the troubles we sometimes face in our life and eating the soup is a metaphor for how sometimes we just need to take in our troubles and let them pass by. The spoon and bowl most likely represent something too. amirite?
+821I wonder why parents try so hard to hide us from explicit language when we hear it every day at school, amirite?