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Originally posted by expatter at 2010-6-30 16:40
The skin colour will play a part to some degree.
If that were true, it's really sad,
imagine, it's already bad that Chinese find it hard to
understand native English speakers with funny native accent,
what's more about those who aren't native English speakers,
e.g Russian, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Czech, French men, etc, etc
who themselves have poor grasp of English language,
and they're employed as ELT in China because of white skin,
really the damage done to our Chinese students is beyond imagination.
In my view, not all native English speakers are suitable to teach our Chinese students,
due to their heavy accent and poor grasp of English grammar.
Until today I still have great difficulty trying to understand someone with cockney accent.