English was obviously not his forté. I could say something nasty, but I won't. Instead I will point out that he spelled it more or less phonetically, and orthography/phonetics are a massive barrier for non-native English speakers.
I'm planning to emigrate to Poland if and when I strike it rich in business. The great thing about Polish is that it is pronounced (generally) how it's spelled, which makes things much easier, e.g. Zawsze się czesam z przedziałkiem
, "I always comb my hair with a part." That IS easy, is it not?
It's going to be harder to make a living in Poland than it is in Australia, but I'm working on breaking down the language barrier, as well as perfecting my computing talents so that I can enrich both of these beautiful countries.
Strengthening ties between the north and the south,
- Leo C.