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7-06-2009 @ 9:07AM
I have repeatedly found that I am truly blessed for speaking both Swedish, Dutch and English. These three languages make at least 75% of the player base on English language realms understandable.What I have some trouble with is the abysmal spelling some have and the fact that English native sometimes write less coherent than my little children do.
7-06-2009 @ 11:07AM
Hah, same here ^_^My realm largely consist of Dutch, Danish and British people, and in general everybody keeps to speaking English. Occasionally you see some people talking Dutch or Danish in /s or /y, generally those are the somewhat younger players. In guild chat we usually switch to Dutch, and I even enrolled one of my alts in a Danish guild because I like keeping up my languages (Danish is very similar to Swedish).Not really learning anything new or wanting to learn new languages because of WoW, but I will take any opportunity to speak some Swedish hehe, just because I miss it :)
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