Speaking to other people is just the worst. And it gets even more difficult when you have to speak to someone in their, or your, second language. Anyone who has worked longer than a minute in China has seen a coworker blankly nod when asked something, completely misunderstanding the point but unwilling to admit their English has holes. You’re probably also guilty of doing the same yourself when the shoe is on the other foot. While this can lead to hilarious misunderstandings, it can also result in frustr... Read More>>