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"There are several regional dialects to the Arabic language. Right now we're learning the falafel sandwich shop dialect."
"Here's something. It's a language school that will teach you to speak French for $500, or for $200 they'll just give you an accent."
"Maybe next time you'll learn your negative verbs in French before having a suit made in Paris."
"I'd ask for directions in German, but I don't know how to form a question into the shape of an apology."
(Garderobe) "What do you say - formal or informal greeting?"
(Adult Ed. Conversational Hebrew) "My wife and I are taking the course together. I figure I only have to learn half as much, since she finishes all of my sentences anyway."
"I have to remember that Arabic is read the way it's written - right to left. I once read an Arabic recipe left to right and made a cup of rice, a pound of ground lamb, and a jar of greens out of a plate of stuffed grape leaves."
"So far you've called a rickshaw, a unicyclist, and a Zamboni. I really wish you'd learn the Italian word for taxicab."