eddiieeYou are still assuming that Americans are by default native English speakersI'm not:
AimIsADicklol yeah. English is also the same language that has a 18% illiteracy rate in native speakers.I did not mention "american" nor "usonian" here. I only mentioned "native speakers".
Yes you did. Both sources are about American adults . You are lying to the good and honest users of this website
I did not mention any of the those words in the aforementioned quote; only the sources mentioned those terms (yes, I didn't see the term hispanics0.
and None of the fucking responders here where honest in the first place!
Why didn't you read your own sources? They could have corrected your assumption that Americans are by default native English speakers.
I didn't think such a thing. I was trying to talk about native speakers of english, not u.s. There are native speakers of english outside the united states.
And anyway, what the hell does it have to do with my point? My point was supposed to be that there was a functional illiteracy rate in english in the first place, not that it was segregated to only americans and not foreign-language learners.
eddiieeI think it's cruel and hurtful of you to call us dishonest when you have spent six threads insisting you speak Esperanto and yet refuse to provide any evidence
I FUCKING DID YOU PIECEE OF SHIT!
and you people are fucking cruel to hate on someone like me, when you didnt even try to study it yourself.
but, thank you, for at least trying to read one of my sources for once, and not just fucking ignoring them. not that it fucking matters anymore.