as a non-native english-speaker it's sometimes rather enervating to compose my hopefully fairly understandable posts to the PMs. Occasionally i am almost desparate while i'm assembling sentences like this one with the aid of my destop-dictionary. What a luck that i haven't to build them in realtime.
Even so there are two reasons for me to use english for my postings.
PerlMonks give me the opportunity the strengthen not only my perl- but also my english-skills.
The chance for a helpful answer is much more bigger if i don't restrict the crowd that is able to understand my question.
So i have to struggle with english in the future... :-)
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