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 @edebont  @schmittastic

 Yes and I'm absolutely agreed with you. I would go a bit further and say that, that might happen even between native English speakers.

 

I had the chance of spending a whole summer in Scotland and if something I learn from that experience, is how different can be two cultures even if they share the same language.

 

Good comment Erik :)

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 @edebont

As a non-native English speaker myself, I have to say that I had had the opposite experience. It is just anecdotic, but once I let know my condition as non-English speaker and beg for patience, the general feedback is positive. I have the feeling that since I am not confidence with my English skills to redact a comment quickly, I tend to check what I've written several times, which would result in a decent text in terms of language.

 

If that were the case, the condition as a non-native English speaker seems like an advantage. What do you think?

 

 

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