• What languages do you know?

    I only know English, but I'm learning French
    I only know English, but I'm learning French
    20 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do all French speak and understand English?

    14 answers · 23 hours ago
  • How do I pronounce thither?

    Everytime I try to say it feels really weird and now it feels weird to say words with th llike the. Help Me
    Everytime I try to say it feels really weird and now it feels weird to say words with th llike the. Help Me
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • I can speak a little Spanish. Is it enough to visit Brazil?

    Best answer: Brazil is a Portuguese speaking country, not Spanish. However Portuguese and Spanish are very close. Portuguese speakers might be able to understand Spanish but the other way around isn't as true. You might have to be careful with a few cognates since they might have very different meanings.
    Best answer: Brazil is a Portuguese speaking country, not Spanish. However Portuguese and Spanish are very close. Portuguese speakers might be able to understand Spanish but the other way around isn't as true. You might have to be careful with a few cognates since they might have very different meanings.
    15 answers · 1 day ago
  • IF YOU'RE GOING TO LIVE IN AMERICA LEARN TO SPEAK THE LANGUAGE !!!!?

    I was in subway the other day telling the man what i wanted on the sandwhich he did not understand me and i couldnt understand him... He was a foreigner
    I was in subway the other day telling the man what i wanted on the sandwhich he did not understand me and i couldnt understand him... He was a foreigner
    9 answers · 2 hours ago
  • Can I learn French by myself at 17?

    And be good at it?
    And be good at it?
    10 answers · 12 hours ago
  • A question about English grammar?

    I'm studying English. I have a question about English. Which of the following sentences is natural and correct? If both are correct, what is the difference? 1. He said he would go to the concert. 2. He said he will go to the concert. Thanks in advance.
    I'm studying English. I have a question about English. Which of the following sentences is natural and correct? If both are correct, what is the difference? 1. He said he would go to the concert. 2. He said he will go to the concert. Thanks in advance.
    16 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do you think there is a difference in the english language like from how Old people speak it and how teens speak it nowadays?

    is the english language in a state decline?
    is the english language in a state decline?
    7 answers · 12 hours ago
  • How to pronounce "Goethe"?

    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is the ability of thought a product of language ?

    Can we think without having any kinds of language ?
    Can we think without having any kinds of language ?
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is the word "this" present tense?

    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Native English speakers, can you help?

    Hi, I am reading a paper about an antibacterial cleaner and I am not a native English speaker. Explain the expression in capital letters to me please. Thanks: “Inhaled: If there are signs of intoxication, dizziness, unconsciousness occurs, seek immediate medical attention. Treat unconsciousness BY PLACING THE... show more
    Hi, I am reading a paper about an antibacterial cleaner and I am not a native English speaker. Explain the expression in capital letters to me please. Thanks: “Inhaled: If there are signs of intoxication, dizziness, unconsciousness occurs, seek immediate medical attention. Treat unconsciousness BY PLACING THE PERSON IN THE COMA POSITION. Remove the wipe if it is blocking the airway. Apply artificial respiration if breathing stops.” Rose
    6 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Is it hard to learn Egyptian?

    I love Egypt so I was thinking if it's hard to learn Egyptian language
    I love Egypt so I was thinking if it's hard to learn Egyptian language
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is the english language in a state of decline? if so why , like are there any examples if it is in decline?

    is the english language in a state of decline? if so why , like are there any examples if it is in decline?
    is the english language in a state of decline? if so why , like are there any examples if it is in decline?
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Which is correct?

    "You get here right this instance," or instant?
    "You get here right this instance," or instant?
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • English grammar help needed.?

    Hey guys, english isn't my first language and I always need help from native or those who have studied grammar. Please help, I would appreciate your efforts. position of have had /had have In English statements sometimes I read "I have had a car" but sometimes they use "I had have... show more
    Hey guys, english isn't my first language and I always need help from native or those who have studied grammar. Please help, I would appreciate your efforts. position of have had /had have In English statements sometimes I read "I have had a car" but sometimes they use "I had have car" Which is more appropriate to say.
    6 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Question about Old English?

    why is it called English if it was brought from continental Europe?
    why is it called English if it was brought from continental Europe?
    18 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why do foreign students use english words in school?

    Im about to graduate from my 4 year university. This is a big school that has a huge percentage of foreign students, and this is one thing that has always confused me, but that I didnt know if it would be rude to ask one of them directly. When they talk to eachother, they often prefer to use their native language... show more
    Im about to graduate from my 4 year university. This is a big school that has a huge percentage of foreign students, and this is one thing that has always confused me, but that I didnt know if it would be rude to ask one of them directly. When they talk to eachother, they often prefer to use their native language (korean or chinese most often), but the weird thing is that most words that have to do with school they just tack on. I go to a business school, so for example, well be doing a project, and there will be two korean teammates talking, and ill hear a stream of Korean and than random words like "balance sheet" or "ratio" or "consolidation" just peppered throughout, which is a very weird experience even after being around it for 4 years. So why would they do this? are there some words that dont have equivalents in those languages? I mean I couldnt imagine going to a spanish speaking country, learning about business, but then using the spanish word for "balance sheet" when talking in english to my english speaking friends. Why not just say "balance sheet" in korean? And its not just business words. even english words like "conclusion" if we're writing a report, which i CANT imagine they dont know the korean equivalent, sneak their way in. Can anyone explain this to me?
    5 answers · 12 hours ago