>you will never learn to pronounce english R
>you will always roll it
>not even knowing some useless snowflake language + English
>tfw every other language has really hard grammar and conjugations
It's about which R is used when speaking Dutch- The Spanish R, the English R, or the French-German R.
All three are used, and they are not really confined to a single area, but are more like historic sociolects. Since there is no correct way, everyone is annoyed by the pronounciation of everyone.
>try to speak foreign language
>HAHA LISTEN TO HOW HE TRIES TO PRONOUNCE SCHMIGGENSCHMOGGEN
>you sound dead inside LOL
>haha listen to his accent, vodka sauna perkele xDD
>you will never be able to pronounce the German or Spanish R
Sad part is I'm a native Spanish speaker. I got the gutteral thing that the French and German R have but I can't get the little roll the Germans do.
>the knight knows the Knicks
>the night nows the nicks
>not the qnight qnows the qnicks
my school only started offering a second language in 8th grade when we were 13
even after a few years of it til you graduate at 17 you still suck ass because you're not immersed. at all
In cückland, French is mandatory up until you enter high school, then you have a choice to not do it any more. The quality of education is really low and everybody for the most part hated it and didn't learn a thing of french. Even the people in the "immersion" program could only speak with the proficiency of a third grader by grade twelve.
The teacher I had turned me off from the language all together. In Uni. now, learning German and I'm really enjoying it. I might go back to French one day.
>With all the years you spent in school you could have easily learned a second language
Surely you are not this naive, my friend
I learned French from ages 12-16, but I've forgotten everything. You never use it outside the classroom.
Literally no point for English people to learn a second language unless they have academic ambitions.