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22287 No. 22287 [Edit]
My english will be always shitty.
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>> No. 22288 [Edit]
Привет товарищ.
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>>22288
sup tovarich.
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>my shit will always be english
>> No. 22537 [Edit]
It will actually improve staggeringly fast the more time you spend writing on english boards/forums.
>> No. 22538 [Edit]
我的中文永远不好
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>>22291
>>22287
Slav country language skills ("runglish") being so unique to the point of it becoming a recent popular culture fad involving round country flags, displacing engrish - which is now like a racial slur.

I'm fine with it, it means slavs are white at last. Such cases.

>>22537
Only for the first year or two when learning foreign language by immersion from scratch. A lot of us are into online escapism for far longer than that. Most of online prose is bottom of the barrel anyway, and the fecal molecules get stuck in our typing centers of brain or something.

Read a book, or at least a shitty asstr fanfic.
>> No. 22589 [Edit]
Your sentence already places you miles ahead of some people I know, OP.
>> No. 23008 [Edit]
>>22537
If anything, that has made things worse for me.
It has always been easy to get thoughts across, but the problem is my grammar always seems unnatural, to the point I have plenty of embarrassing memories of others asking me if I'm a Slav based on the structures I make use of. On the rare occasions I don't screw up with grammar and syntax, I spend much more time writing a comment than someone else normally would, just to make sure everything is in place and order (that would be the case with this post).
I'm not into making excuses for being dumb, but I suppose that's because most people on the internet aren't English speakers themselves, which means "learning" a language from people who can't speak it very well in the first place. And many of the native speakers make mistakes too which, deliberate or not, will be mimicked by non-speakers.
>> No. 23009 [Edit]
>most people on the internet aren't English speakers themselves
I seriously doubt this. A lot of them might have English as a second language but have been learning English from a young age.
Its selection bias. As someone from a backwater English speaking country I assume everyone online is American unless they use British colloquialisms.

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