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You are boastful about your great English, except when it comes to using it to communicate with a foreigner.
By the way it's only necessary to learn English so that you can chat up foreign tourists.
I’m sorry if this is rather late I just had seen the date above before I wrote this comment.
I agree with you about marriage the fact that the man I am seeing is turkish doesn’t matter to me.
Cyril (that's a pseudonym), 36, has lived in various places in Europe, The Middle East and the U. for the majority of his life, but now he lives in Ankara, Turkey. You believe in God, as much as you believe in separation of religion and government.
He works as a professional translator, software localizer, writer and teacher. You still finish your utterances by saying Insallah (If God wills it).
Last names are never used in conversational contexts.
You know that if you went into business and had problems with a customer, landlord, or supplier, taking them to court would be an ordeal that could take months or years.
You respect someone who speaks English, but will approach anyone who speaks "another" foreign language (French, German, Russian, Yiddish, or Japanese) with caution.
To you "Socialist," "democratic," "nationalist," "republican," "populist," "leftist," "rightist," are just vague words for doing approximately the same thing.
You know that politicians will always foul things up not matter what their orientations. You dread the court system, even if you don't use it.
You don't understand the whole privatization movement (telephone system, airlines, and power/utility companies etc.), especially since you know that corrupt politicians will make any profits disappear fast.