I'd prefer to gouge out my eardrums with a cake knife than to hear another person in my family talk. Just kidding, well only because I'm so used to it. I believe you'll find the most accurate depiction of the Texan accent on a show called King of the Hill (if you ever do watch it, the satire is absolutely spot on), so you can decide for yourself if you feel like looking it up :) or I could just link you to a snippet: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88V9IcwtIeM Okay, no one talks like Boomhauer. I just like that clip. Sorry to waste your time :p Here's a more accurate clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CByQKMlAydI
That's HYAIR-LEE-HYUHrious. Sorry, really bad play-on-words. Also, no offense. x)
That'd be so fantastic! My life is messy right now, but when I find some time to set aside for studying I'll let you know. Maybe we should schedule little sessions or something. I wouldn't want to take all your time up, though; I know you're a busy dude.
I would not have guessed English wasn't your native tongue! Believe me, I see far, far worse everywhere around me. It's called living in The Deep South. (Of North America, that is. >__>) Oh please tell me how to pronounce Lächerliche :p
I only speak English, and can understand Spanish but I can hardly speak it on the spot. I'd love so much to learn Hindi. And German. And Japanese, and Mandarin, and Italian, and and and the list doesn't end. I'd like to be multi-lingual someday, I really think I can do it, language is one of my strengths. I should refurbish my Spanish skills for now, though.