Forget spelling, what about pronunciation? Now that is an insult. My fellow Americans act like the English language was made for them and any other is just a joke, like they proceed to pronounce Iraq as "eye-rack" or "ear-rack", instead of the actual pronunciation of "ee-ruck"
Like my name is spelled P-A-V-A-N, how is that pronounced in English? I've heard "pay vin", "pay von", "paw von", etc. Here is something helpful: In India V's sound like W's. From there we get "paw wan", "pay won", "pa juan" (like in Spanish which is bad enough cuz I look like one), etc. It is actually pronounced "pah one".
Granted there is no way anyone can see that in the original, I know all I have to do it tell them, but most people choose to believe that if it is spelled in English, their version is fine.
Case in point: Many news organizations have the utmost disrespect for other cultures. I’ll bet French news' hate pronouncing the word “email”.
And you thought spelling was bad...
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