Written by Bad English on 08.12.2013 at 03:06 Jaromir Jagr for example they seems still translate all in the head before saying
Not the best example, his English is actually pretty good. Pavel Datsyuk, on the other hand... not so much.
Coincidentally, this is something that pisses me off. I can't stand when people get upset with immigrants who don't speak English very well. First of all, they're new to the country (referring to Canada here, although most of the same rules apply with the US). They have enough issues that come with that as it is (from immigration tests - which in Canada are rather extensive and require information I know I've never been told in school - to learning about a new government and cultural norms) and most of them are actually more intelligent than the "native" residents here who denigrate them. Some of these people coming over to start a new life have an education, have held positions of power in society, and are typically a lot more ambitious and self-starting than the average person born here.
Actually whole slavic nations older then 30 has problems whit english , damn that Cz player who was playing in NYR was good english
I said about jagr since last int I heard was in OG , maybe he was tired I dont know
Man Datsyuk is horible I speak as 1th guy do so fluently
Well same shit why ppl bother about my spelling but besides, russians live in baltic states like 50 years and cant speak nagiv alang, so that think piss me of thay cant leran lang at land where they live and Datzyuk after so many years in NHL , using it everyday ,,, its horible, he shoud speak better, why scandinavs and western europians can speak beter (west this time i mean politically)
So do I and especially when people mispronounce this town name... Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch.
What the hell why is that a real place haha. I think we've successfully concluded that regional differences will naturally lead to massive variance in vernacular. No reason to be pissed because someone doesn't know how to pronounce something (except for that town, fuck you if you can't say that)