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Submitted by cummy on January 20, 2022

Pardon for my inexcusably poor understanding of the Anglo-Frisian-Germanic language, and thus regional dialects, known by native speakers as "English". Indeed I do give my upmost effort to educate myself and better my understanding and thus comprehension of such an unusual yet widely used modern foreign language, but alas my efforts have so far encountered nothing but limited success. The combinations of both Latin and Germanic lexis have so far proved to be a serious tribulation for my progress.

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Before we continue, it is of upmost importance that I state my location of residence as to clarify why my linguistic skills are so substandard. I reside in the sovereign state recognised by the United Nations, and thus the international diplomatic sphere, as "The French Republic", colloquially our title is simplified to just "France" for ease of use purposes. Now you may be considering the stereotype that us Frenchmen are reluctant to undertake the studying of languages, and indeed you are in fact correct, the opposite is true of our neighbours to the North East of Alsace and Lorraine, called Germans.

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Now you are probably considering the, lets face it, obvious possibility that English isn't my first Language. This is also a correct statement, quite predictably, my mother tongue is in fact in "French" language, though I can also competently converse in the languages known in the Anglo sphere as: "German", "Mandarin", "Korean", "Latin", "Old Norse", "Hanajii" and "Proto-Luganian Celtic"  The latter of which I take great pride in understanding.

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However,  I do not share such linguistic capabilities and expansive lexicon in my understanding of  "English", so therefore I must once again profusely apologise for my such poor use of  the vocabulary, Grammar and other such linguistic factors that one must consider in this context. Anyways here's the comment i wanted to make:  


lmao