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I had to wait 80 minutes for the live chat, and even after all that, all I got was a barely English speaking customer service rep.
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I used to try to explain to them that sometimes it's just the bank not liking the frequency of card use or the charge amount but they usually just look at me like I'm not speaking english.
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It's a standard greeting here in the English-speaking parts of planet Earth.
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Her Spanish is a bit..off there's something different about it compared to how natives speak it and even her English has a very "Latina accent" is the best I can describe it, it doesn't sound like how someone raised speaking only Spanish sounds, or someone raised only speaking English it's just different.
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I'm just also British and had a well-established foot in the English-speaking expat community, plus many contacts in the French and German speaking ones.
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If they were non-English speaking they wouldn't be able to read this post in the first place.
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All the time, sometimes I'm speaking english at work and suddenly i switch to spanish without noticing.
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This is the most easily available job to English speaking foreigners.
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When I went to visit, I discovered there were entire neighbourhoods of just English speaking people.
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Also, there's a huge emphasis on the people responsible for this are white, straight, upper-class, etc., but I think that sort of takes away from the fact that this does not just occur in primarily white-controlled English-speaking societies.
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It'd also be less of a hassle, as I can't speak neither French nor German, but Germans are generally better at speaking English.
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The high from that didn't last long as I didn't have insurance, and I was alone in a non-english-speaking country.
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In lots of foreign countries, speaking English is the key to getting out of poverty.
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I'm sure there are courses that focus on English speaking?
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5 speaking english with a really bad accent isn't that strange.")
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If you indeed are citizen of an English speaking country and sound like a native of that country and have a university degree (probably wouldn't matter what from country), I imagine you'll be fine.
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It is well known in many countries, especially in the English-speaking world, its traditional use being to bid farewell to the old year at the stroke of midnight.
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I'm assuming the Chinese characters say something different and they use that for the English speaking market?
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Do you know how many English speaking journalists live here?
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But I'm sure it might be possible in some other English-speaking country.
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Not sure how that one came about but all other English speaking countries typically pronounce the H. Still seems odd though that you would put 'an' before a consonant instead of a vowel.
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All other foreign cultures' ceremonies are sacred and respected, yet if an English speaking country dares to feel grief at a funeral instead of happily celebrating, or prefers visiting a gravesite instead of the much more efficient cremation, they are scoffed and mocked.
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Or any other English speaking nation?
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I think it's an English speaking Commonwealth thing as they seem to be popular in the UK, Australia and NZ at least.
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It's my first language and I live in an English speaking country.
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That's because you're speaking English you retard.
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In some countries you'll have a 1/2 chance of someone speaking English, in others the chance will be 1/8.
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The event was never released outside Japan so in an english speaking game it's not legit.
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Given that we're all living in our own bubbles and the English speaking one being rather big you're still willfully reducing the limits of yours given that the resources of learning another language are available en masse.
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But speaking English on the other hand…
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I know that he gets alot of credit for making the genre accessible and bringing it to a wider english speaking audience, but never the less that fucker could write.
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Most recent events i would compare it to are canadian french vs. english speaking conflicts, even though there has not been the same widespread use of violence.
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But it sounds like it'd be easier for you to emigrate to an English-speaking country, unless you already speak Norwegian or something.
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Americans speaking English!
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I'm just saying most of the Dutch and Danes I met could easily live in an English speaking country.
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Instead of speaking English, 40-50% of people are Latin American/Russian, so they flame you in their own language.
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How is Norway about that speaking English and switching?
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It's just I live in the Netherlands, and mostly leave my region as the U.S. English speaking and I buy cheap games.
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Started studying and speaking english on the first grade ( normally starts at the third), picked up a third language on the third and then swedish from the seventh grade up.
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TIL that English speaking people are the intellectual master race and every other people are dumb, apparently.
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Some people even prefer speaking English over Norwegian.
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It's not common to find people speaking English with ease.
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Doesn't speak English, is speaking English.
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In any case, given that you're speaking English on the internet, if I'm an elitist it seems to me you are too.
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When written as captial-g god in most english-speaking societies, it is probably assumed that this is in reference to the Christian god because of historical use, but that god's name is actually NOT "God" - it's usually written Yahweh (or Yhwh) or Jehova/Jehovah.
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Naturally there are loads of foreigners as well, all of them speaking English or Norwegian.
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Mine from this year is to get a job speaking my country's native language to train my fluency skills rather than the current English speaking job I have.
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Both alternian and beforan societies are full of the same female specific slurs that the English-speaking earthen society is (Hag, bitch, etc) and apparently no male ones.
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At one point, I looked at everyone in our group (who all took the same dose) and they weren't speaking English.
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If it's a different company, contacting the U.S./U.K./other English-speaking country distributor would probably make more sense.
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