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Fender Bender
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Re: Foreign languages on american products?

Jan 14, 2007
  I agree that there should only be one language on the product. ENGLISH! if you cant speak it get out of the country.
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Re: Foreign languages on american products?

Jan 15, 2007
 If you don't add Spanish to products you end up alienating a section of the populations that has money and that means less people buying goods. As for French, Products could also be sold in Canada since some products need to have bilingual packaging. English is one of the hardest lanuages to learn. If you want people to learn English Go out and Teach them...
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Jan 15, 2007
Because of all the mexicans and immegrants, no offense immegrants
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hippl5 wrote:
Why are there foreign languages on american products? A box of tissues for example, has text in english and spanish. An NTSC PS2, the manual is in english, french, and spanish. Why does it have to be in french and spanish if all the games are in enlish? And not all games have language options. This is America, people need to learn english.



I agree with you.

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