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Published on Apr 25, 2007
If you met the queen of England, what would you say? Nice to meet you. Pleased to meet you. Lovely to meet you. How do you do?
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By the way, the reason I can't remember stuff about New Zealand English is because my English has changed a bit from living in Japan for six years. For example -- I have started using some American English because a lot of the textbooks in Japan are in American English so I've got used to it. Sometimes it's laziness, sometimes it's for conversation flow -- for example I know that if I say "primary school" the conversation is likely be disrupted while they ask what it means ... so I start saying "elementary school" and then I end up just getting used to it. Japanese English also sometimes creeps in sometimes too.... oh dear. Anyway, this isn't really a problem for communicating in general. It's only a problem when I start explaining something to a student and get all mixed up half way through.