But you don’t even know the current state of affairs because you live in a country across the world from the one whose language you’re speaking.
Feb 8, 2012 / 46 notes

But you don’t even know the current state of affairs because you live in a country across the world from the one whose language you’re speaking.

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  4. realea reblogged this from polyglotproblems and added:
    That happened to me when I got the best mark in a German test in a German school! I was there to learn their language!...
  5. burdenofeclecticism reblogged this from polyglotproblems and added:
    if this ever happens to me i will be the happiest man on Earth. the programme of my bilingual class included 2h of...
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  7. izarrakbegi reblogged this from polyglotproblems and added:
    Oh. This is me. But without the subtext. This is actually me. :|
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  9. maiqilai reblogged this from polyglotproblems and added:
    fucking Chinese people… I really should just get a fake shenfenzheng
  10. eijirolove reblogged this from polyglotproblems and added:
    sadly, this is almost never a problem with Japanese no matter how fluent you get… (unless you are/look Nikkei or “half”)
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  14. captainsaku reblogged this from polyglotproblems and added:
    THIS! I’ve been mistaken for an American waaay too many times. IN MY OWN COUNTRY. BY AMERICANS THEMSELVES.
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