A neighbor has a restaurant in the area. The name of the restaurant, the menus, every single thing is display in Korean. There in no translation in English.
Asked by Anonymous at 9:33 AM on May. 24, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by itsmesteph11 at 10:33 AM on May. 24, 2010
Answer by gertie41 at 9:42 AM on May. 24, 2010
Answer by Anonymous at 9:46 AM on May. 24, 2010
I think that if all he has is everything in Korean he is going to greatly limit his customers. But hey...if he wants to run his business into the ground that's his business. And a few years of a second language in high school isnt going to help for crap. We need to be teaching foreign language classes starting in elementary school if we are going to be serious about it. THAT is when children truly pick up languages with ease and hold them longer. Then they could brush up through middle and HS. But in this case it wont do you much good if you didnt take Korean ;)
Answer by momof030404 at 9:48 AM on May. 24, 2010
Answer by QuinnMae at 9:51 AM on May. 24, 2010
Answer by mancosmomma at 9:58 AM on May. 24, 2010
Answer by gammie at 10:16 AM on May. 24, 2010
Answer by gertie41 at 10:39 AM on May. 24, 2010
By the way...I should probably add that I dont mind if a restaurant CHOOSES to print their menus in 47 different languages...as long as it's THEIR choice and they havent been mandated to do it! :)
Answer by momof030404 at 10:39 AM on May. 24, 2010
wow gertie. Do always just read what you want o read or do you ever read what is there? She didnt say she was uncomfortable because the menu was in another language but because of the entire experience. It is really funny that you are tolerant of another country putting their menus in their language but somehow find it demeaning for those here to expect it in their restaurants. As for Rand Paul, well there you go proving your ignorance, again.
Answer by Anonymous at 10:44 AM on May. 24, 2010