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Viva México my favorite country in the world!We won’t pay for the wall ever!Also if you come to Mexico you better learn Spanish.Spanish is the most important language in Mexico.
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For example in sentence instead of saying: "There is a lot of snow today." They will say "They is a lot of snow today"
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I’m beginning to learn a new language but I have not decided which language- Italian or German. I hopefully want to travel or study abroad in Italy, Germany or Switzerland.Is one harder than the other? And which one is easier for a native English speaker?Ps. If you have other language suggestions, tell me!
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They’re both correct, but most Americans would say “I think it’s a good idea.”
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i can speak czech because my mum is from czech republic, but it seems so useless because its such a difficult language so im not even fluent. whats the actual benefit of knowing such a pointless language?
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I need to learn another 55 languages.I already speak 3 languages fluently, English, Spanish and Russian.My native tongue is Spanish.How can I do it?
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sometimes when i hear a swedish accent it sometimes sounds french or something. im not an ignorant american. im actually from the uk but i noticed a lot of european accents sound similar when they speak english. does anyone else kind of agree?
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'Donut' is an American-English simplification of 'doughnut,' following a trend started by Noah Webster [compare plow from plough]. In this case the usage was adopted by the many commercial "donut shop" signs during the Great Depression when donuts were three for a nickel and could keep body and soul together for a little while.

My dad used to sing a song from that period that went like this:

"Oh, I went to Toledo and I ran around the block,
And I ran right in to a donut shop,
I grabbed three donuts hot from the grease
And I handed the lady a five-cent piece.

She looked at the nickel, she looked at me,
She said, a plugged nickel's no good to me,
There's a hole in the middle and it goes right through,
Said I, there's a hole in the donuts too.

Thanks for the donuts, goodbye!"