Am I correct so far?
Therefore, we I may conclude that you are equating relative ease of expression with satisfactory communication, yes?
yyy... wotcha got on yer mind, Lyzko?
Odd that the French, Germans and also the Poles tend to stick up for the correctness of their own languages while so uncaringly misspeaking ours. It's this darned double-standard thinking which irks me-:))
Well, that's in the job description, man :) you want your language to rule the waves, you got to adjust it to different weathers.
I do believe that for a non-native speaker to fully master all the intricacies and hidden flavours of any language is a task for life. Which eventually makes him a native speaker, for all intents and purposes. You can't achieve the level of consummate proficiency you hereby express such a burning desire for without living the language on a daily basis, innit.
So, first thing, this is not a task for foreigners, and, second thing, you should point your accusing finger at your fellow countrymen, first of all, with their flippant attitude to the Sonority. From the foreigners' point of view it's fcking annoying when they want to learn proper super-duper high class impeccable shining English, so they ask who's the virtuoso, and the answer is 'well, actually...' Unless you know the answer, then I'll bark it off from under the bench. Although I strongly suspect that this knowledge is for the initiates of the Seventh Inner Circle only.
On a side note, this very sonority you cherish so much is the main reason for English floating so freely all over the articulation space. Vowels are whimsical like a basketful of kittens, while consonants hold fast to their assigned positions.
To get closer to the actual gist of your complaint... if the language is so easy to simplify without actually loosing much of its correctness, then it's not the fault of non-native speakers, is it.
Oh well. Just between us, I'd appreciate it muchly if you pointed out my errors in the above... just don't tell me that 'flavour' is to be spelled without the 'u' :)
Eh, Lyzko, you are just whining for the sake of it, aren't you? :)
Yes.....yes Poland......your language is heinous.