Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by toofpaste, Jul 23, 2008.
I'll start off.
100% Cuban Blood
Yes...pork, beans, and big round butts. That's cuba for you.
British - but I live in Switzerland.
German. And I live in Germany.
I'm an Americain mut, and I live in the US
Is english a commenly used language over there.
Probably stupid question but I don't know.
American with mainly Norwegian and German ancestry.
Irish, Scottish, Spanish & German. (I live in the US)
No. It is not. It's obligatory to study (of have in class, for that matter) English as of Grade 5 (for everyone), but it is not spoken by anyone "just so" in the streets. Why?
With nationality you mean what's in your passport right? Not where your parents (or their parents etc.) came from?
Not that it matters in my case, but I love how a lot of Americans define themselves by naming all the different countries their DNA is made up of. Always makes for interesting conversation.
I'm Dutch, living in NYC
Because I would never notice that English is not ure primary language. Just like some people fail to believe that I speak Spanish more often than English.
I guess whatever you like better.
My passport says Panama City, Panama.
But I'm not panamanian, I'm Cuban!
Separate names with a comma.