I've been thinking about this for a while..That's now going into deep language skills and can hardly be understood by a non native english speaker.
I do understand each single word but can not get the point of having something to do with a diet matter ... 🤔
That's right! The world has changed rapidly. But I think it's great when this forum brings us together. If the distances weren't so far, I would love to meet Grenadier drivers in person. That can only be an enrichment!Nitawafanya watu wangu wawaulize watu wao ....
where would we be without goolge!!
na jambo kuu ni kwamba kila mtu anaweza kutafsiri, wakati ana uwezo wa kutumia mtafsiri wa Google
I've been thinking about this for a while..
I am humbled by the English proficiency of our European "co-enthusiasts" for whom English is probably one of several languages in which they're able to converse. My French and Latin skills (Melbourne proper education 60 yrs ago ) are at best rudimentary. "Science" German was compulsory for chemistry classes at Uni....Sadly I did not maintain it. Now that there are two generations added to my "extended" family, we have Dutch, French, Swahili /Congolese (!), Cantonese, Swedish ..."American" and "Scottish" and Italian...what a polyglot lot we are and all the better for it.
I've probably had one red wine too many and become philosophical...