Question by  initialdf (8)

Do you have problems when you speak with someone whose mother language is English?

For example: Indian, Liberian, Ghanaian. They also from English speaking countries. Do you think it's the accent or words make it difficult for you to understand?


Answer by  malone (4817)

It is sometimes difficult to understand English from a person who has learned English as a second or third language. In very short order, our ears become accustomed to the accents and understanding is easier.


Answer by  Kazekami (197)

Sometimes, However it can also be a problem with some accents from people who live in England. I took a class on the english laungage and some didn't sound English.


Answer by  David1835 (13)

there is no problem speaking english with indian liberian or ghanaian people. i love speaking english with african people. They are nice persons

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