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I was highly amused when an American told me he wanted to be more worldly by leaning languages and listed Irish as one of them. I know there's a few words that's different, but it still sounded funny.

EDIT: Okay so he probably meant Irish Gaelic, but then say Irish Gaelic. You'd be surprised by how little I know about languages so it helps to be specific. ;)

14th September 2012


18 F
2 months ago #9160682        

English is just a french dialect.

3 months ago #9150761        

I wish Mexico appear more often.

3 months ago #9143094        

Yeaaaah, Irish Gaelic is actually a challenging one to learn.


21 M
3 months ago #9142835        

@TwilightPanther don't forget French! :D And technically Russian thanks to Alaska...

3 months ago #9142245        

@Manasstalker Because of the huge amount of Latin-Americans in the United States and the only neighbour-countries either speaking Spanish or Canadian-English, not because a lot of native citizens of the United States speak it (Caucasian and African Americans foremostly).

4 months ago #9124299        

I'm learning English from 5th grade but now children learn it from kindergarten, I think. But my only love is Icelandic:)


13 F
5 months ago #9109210        

it's called English America, English.

5 months ago #9104827        


5 months ago #9104785        

Doubt it. She wrote that they were both finlanders.

5 months ago #9104062        

Ones Russian and the others Finnish (;

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