AldenG wrote:He had this thesis that there is no such thing as a difficult language. In order to prove it, he decided to learn what everyone he'd ever worked with considered the most difficult language. So he chose Finnish.
filecore wrote:The danger of machine translation (and the fact that the word "Finnish" has two meanings in English but is spelled the same way both times); shame on you for your sloppy QA, especially for such a big company, Nero:
filecore wrote:I laugh.
Upphew wrote:Then they send their CVs and cover letters and wonder why they don't get replies and come here to bitch and moan.
A recent job applicant wrote:Hearse my CV for you to reed over, I chequed it in Word and they're is no error's. I am good in English speaking. Please give me job.
... It looks a lot easier to me than Russian, Chinese, Japanese .... not to mention the myriad of languages from India & SE Asia.
cositagatita wrote:... It looks a lot easier to me than Russian, Chinese, Japanese .... not to mention the myriad of languages from India & SE Asia.
Mmmm... Chinese 普通话 [...] Even if someone is too lazy to want to learn it or pronounce it right (pronunciation may be a turnoff), they can still communicate just fine
cositagatita wrote:I have experience with Indonesian
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