Immigration?

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  1. Blinkz

    Blinkz Senior Member

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    Well i live in the United Kindom and l8ly iv had a few encounters with people that cant speak english.

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    i walked into the bp garage to get petrol today and i asked a indian employee if they sold "Hot food" he replied "yes yes sir, follow me. I followed only to be directed to "Dog food" i replied "No HOT food." He shrugged his shoulders and called over the manager to help me. :huh:

    I was just wondering on other peoples veiws if people coming into the country should be fluent in english?
     
  2. beatsta

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    Yes they should, if there planning to move to a country then they should make an effort to learn the language.
     
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    yah they should very
     
  4. Morv

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    Yes. Yes they should learn the language of the country they're living in.
     
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    maybe you have an accent? *shrugs*
     
  6. Blinkz

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    No i dont. and i speak very clearly. the manager knew what i said straight away.
     
  7. Lennox

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    He is learning, its not overnight, and its much harder for adults.

    Plus english is the hardest language to learn.

    So stop being an ass, your accent sucks too.
     
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    ownt. :shaggy:
     
  9. G-uNOT

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    dude its summer. theres tourists
     
  10. Morv

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    dude stfu english isn't the hardest language to learn
     
  11. Blinkz

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    lol? what made you think english is the hardest to learn? and you dont know my accent so dont judge try learning japanese then come back.
     
  12. Amoebassassin

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    English is the hardest language to learn. The verbs don't conjugate like they do in other languages (Spanish, Italian, French, etc.)

    Oh, and if you have issues with immigrants. Don't come to New York. It's like the crossroads between Pakistan and Russia here.

    EDIT: Oh yeah, not as hard as Japanese, though. :)
     
  13. `c r e a m

    `c r e a m Well-Known Member

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    lmao
     
  14. Morv

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    Dude stop talking out of your ass. For example, Dutch is way harder to learn then English.
     
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    i think that english is one of the hardest languages to learn b/c of what The Infidel said, "the verbs don't conjugate like they do in other languages".
     

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