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7-06-2009 @ 10:43AM
Hey there, first i'm a french canadian, and i play on a server on which texas people play mostly, and i must say i learned ALOT! First when i started playing wc3, i couldn't speak english at all. So i decided to buy a french/english dictionary and translate/memorize every words and sentances i saw, no need to tell you i looked for 2 hours the word "f*ck" without finding anything, until later i found out it is a swear /wrist.About the specifical language servers, even in the US, they are some servers that have alot of french canadians for exemple, zul'jin us has a 500+ members guild named "Les gardiens d'ulysse" Who raid alot in french etc. And there's also durotan horde which has alot pf french population.To end, i'd like to ask a question. I finally found some french players to play with and we enjoy openly talking french in /s, tho it looks like some people dislikes that and instantly starts to trash talk us. So the question is. Is it that hard to let people talk the language they want or we're they exceptions that probably never had a girlfriend.... ever?
7-06-2009 @ 11:13AM
"To end, i'd like to ask a question. I finally found some french players to play with and we enjoy openly talking french in /s, tho it looks like some people dislikes that and instantly starts to trash talk us. So the question is. Is it that hard to let people talk the language they want or we're they exceptions that probably never had a girlfriend.... ever?"Americans aren't probably used to hearing languages other than English, chatting in your own language wouldn't cause such hostile reactions on European servers.Personally I'm fine if people /yell or /say in their own language, but /trade etc should be kept English only. Pugging raids with people who refuse to speak English is particularly annoying (no, English is not my first language either).
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