Not necessarily. If you live in an area where there's plenty of your own countrymen or others who speak your language then you may be able to get by fine without having to learn the native tongue.
yeah.. it'll help definitely..
gee.. thanks a lot <3
I don't think so. I have stayed in the country that I am staying in now for 16 years. I can only read that language. But in some countries I think it's better to know the language.
Yes, absolutely. Too many English speakers don't make enough effort with it.
No why bother when English is basically known worldwide, but id get to know some sentences like, wheres the toilet bro.? and how to order my drink and some of the rude words for fun.
Well, there's still many people worldwide that struggle with English. The point is that when you're going to stay/live in another country (one with its own individual language) you should at least attempt to become acquainted with it.
use google translate
It's prudent and sensible.
Well If I'd visit Russia, or Italy for a week or say a month I wouldn't go through the trouble of learning the language
Steven Seagull forgot that little tidbit. Yet he managed.