Yet from the moment you step off the plane, you start to question whether or not 25% of the population really learned anything more than “Hallloow,” “A-What-a is-a your name-a?”. and “I’m fine, thank you and you? (with a rapidly rising pitch to indicate the question mark)” and “Chinglish” signs abound as online translators (like Google translate) seem to be the only authority on language, where much Chinglish spreads.
As in the picture.
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Some reflexions from English teachers who worked there:
- Believe it or not, this actually sounds like the situation in Hong Kong too!
- Errrr, try living and teaching in Italy. You don’t have to go that far to encounter all of the aforementioned problems!!!!!!!!
- The truth is the majority of island native Puerto Ricans speak next to no English. The official stat is 17% fluency in English