I don’t think my Chinese is good, and you think your English is bad?
The Taiwanese can actually speak very well, like if so aggressive like “Hey! Where is this place?”
I don’t think it’s frightening to them. It’s more like “Oh God, what’s the right answer? How do I tell them? What do I say first?”
I think it’s a detail thing for a lot of foreigners about like that.
Because obviously we can’t speak the language, so you really have to get so specific.
That could be a thing kind of holds a lot of Taiwanese back to speaking the English, and also maybe how fast (we speak)
I want for them to understand that it’s okay
and you can speak very slow, you can speak as slow as you want.
They should be more confident, definitely! It doesn’t matter how many English words that you know. If you know one. If you know road. We can work off of that.
The only thing I have to compare to in the areas is maybe Japanese, they have huge problem with pronunciation and stuff even ones who were taking it for a long time, so