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Just over 15 million Japanese people speak English, as of 2010. This number represents about 12 percent of the 2015 Japanese population. Many Japanese students go through around 6 years of English education, so they have...

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In Germany, students start taking English in fifth grade because of the widespread use of English in business discussions. While different people have different levels of expertise, it is easy to find people in Germany w...

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Speakers can learn how to speak English better by taking a conversation class, listening to others speak, learning some common slang terms and continuing to practice speaking as much as possible. By continuing to increas...

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In Germany, students start taking English in fifth grade because of the widespread use of English in business discussions. While different people have different levels of expertise, it is easy to find people in Germany w...

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There is no cheat code to make Sims speak English in any of the "Sims" games or expansion packs. In all iterations of "The Sims," the Sims characters only speak Simlish, which is not intelligible as any language in parti...

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The Sims series of video games features an improvised language called Simlish as the exclusive spoken language, so the characters cannot be made to speak English. Simlish successfully sidesteps the issues of repeated phr...

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The acronym "FIFA" is expanded into English as, "International Federation of Association Football." FIFA is the governing property of football internationally for both men and women who play the sport.

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