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7-06-2009 @ 8:54AM
This is a pretty common thing actually. Whenever people are passionate about something, and that 'thing' crosses language boundaries it can often be a way for people to learn the language 'in-context'. I know a lot of people who learned to speak English from reading the Bible. It was a story that was already familiar to them, and so the Bible in a sense became a Rosetta Stone. WoW can be the same way. You know the phrases and text already. If you see them in a different language often enough you'll start to associate meaning.
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