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17 Things That Are Way Too True If You Can't Speak The Same Language As Most Of Your Family

Are your family secretly slagging you off or is that ​just​ your imagination?

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3. It's so frustrating when you can tell some family gossip is going on, but you don't understand quite enough to get the full, juicy story.

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"So my cousin's name...something about university...was there, was there a swear word??"

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8. You've accidentally nodded along to something you definitely weren't meant to nod along to.

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"Oh no, I'm not engaged. I don't know why I nodded and said I was. Please tell grandma I am definitely not engaged".

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9. Someone will constantly remind you that a relative much younger than you is fluent.

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"Your 9-year-old cousin can speak Gujarati and Hindi fluently and you don't know how to write your name in it".

11. When you do try, you’ve had someone tell you ​that​ you pronounce with too much of an accent, and someone else say you pronounce it “too English”.

12. Sometimes a relative asks you to get them something and you stare vacantly trying to remember what the word means.

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"Get me the chamcha" *looks around kitchen* *walks around entire house in confusion* ..."a spoon. I need to get a spoon".

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