which makes her ignorant... :)
Well, not really, she's just making her choices. Maybe not what we would choose but that's what's so great about people, we're all different (thank God).
let's stay on topic tho, ok?
actually, we're very much on topic. Talking about the differences between the Polish and the American way of thinking is kinda pointing out how I think about Poles. Nothing dramatic, people are people. We're just different.
well, that's weird... why not to learn any language... so what if you don't use it... is knowledge so bad?
and this is the difference between Poles and Americans (I already posted it in some other thread too), Poles would learn anything, whether you need it or not and we're only learning what we (I'm generalizing here, not everyone of us) believe is useful to achieve our goals. (I believe, I posted it here "Why is Poland developing so slowly or in the wrong direction? Who is responsible").
For example, an average Pole knows more about history and geography but he doesn't learn anything really (don't get me wrong here) important to make a better living.
well how convenient for them!! taking the easy, lazy way out as always. Then learn some other language, if English just so happens to be most popular.
call it lazy but it's just the way it is, English is the most popular language.