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Romeo Must Die - Talking Problems
In the prison, the guards and other prison type people talk to each other in different chinese dialects, mandarin and cantonese. One speaks in mandarin, the other in cantonese, and they have a conversation like this. Its kind of like if you were watching a movie and one character spoke french and the other spoke english. This would never happen in real life.
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gigglez writes:
That's not true! People talk like that all the time. Take me for example, I prefer talking in English rather then Spanish, and my Grandma likes to talk in Spanish, so I talk to her in English, and she talks to me in Spanish, but we still understand each other. Therefore, lots of people talk like this, and why wouldn't they?
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*chica* writes:
I agree. I speak to a lot of my friends in languages other than english and they answer me in english. It happens at my house as well :S so this is not a complete slip-up, things like this happen in real life too. But nice try.
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