Getting Things Wrong In A Foreign Language.

I hope that you enjoy reading this post on the weekly Friday Loose Bloggers Consortium where eleven of us write on the same topic. Today’s topic has been chosen by Paul. The ten other bloggers who write regularly are, in alphabetical order, Delirious, gaelikaa, Grannymar, Maxi, Maria SF, Padmum, Paul, Shackman, The Old Fossil and Will. Do drop in on their blogs and see what their take is on this week’s topic. Since some of them may post late, do give some allowance for that too!

Paul, I for one do not consider that English is a foreign language for us Indians. Obviously there are others who must!

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ENOUGH?

24 thoughts on “Getting Things Wrong In A Foreign Language.”

  1. THER YU HAF DUN IT NOUGH – MY SPALEENG HAZ GONE FOR A TOSS ! BLEDDY PHORENUR !

  2. oh oh oh ! ! ! laughing here! I love that Inglish ! LOL. yes. that’s on perpus. I have always thought it must be the hardest langwige of all.
    these are grate! XO rummy. you nailed it
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  3. Loved the signs. To be sure we have many misspellings here in the U.S. too. We have a joke here about engineers and their inability to spell. It goes “A year ago, I couldn’t even spell engineer and now I are one.” May not be that funny elsewhere, but I live in a town that is full of engineers.

  4. One of the most frustrating things when visiting a country with a different language is trying to make a very simple request, finding the other person is totally baffled, and thinking, If I only knew the one word for the thing I want, how much easier it would be….
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    1. I have noticed another peculiar aspect to this phenomenon, the frustrated speaker raising the voice as though that would convey what needs to be communicated!

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