posted on May, 9 2010 @ 03:39 PM
When I took English 102 in college my teacher was a grad student from Korea. She had an accent, but you could understand what she said.
Alot of the younger, freshmen students kept complaining about her because of her accent and the fact that she was an English teacher.
I never found it to be an issue. English 101 and 102 are about rhetoric and structuring your writing, not learning the English language. If you are
still "learning" English as a native speaker in college, you have issues. The Korean girl was good at structuring writing, so, what's the
If someone is incomprehensible because of their accent, then I don't see a problem questioning their job status.