The funny part is that a lot of people thought it was real!
Here is the article.
I thought this was even funnier because our dog actually does understand commands in both languages.
And I have no idea what language this is:
This one seems primarily voice, though of course the hand signals or body language help.
The second video is not French!
But, they're in English/Spanish/German.
I guess they aren't shooting for the Quebec market, but why German?
Adrien Lapointe wrote:I heard, but haven't ever verified that when the US declared independence, there was a debate on which language to choose as the official language of the republic. French, English and German were on the table. Maybe that's why German is on these buckets but that still does not explain why there is no French...
That was an issue for early Canada but in the original 13 U.S colonies, English was always dominant amonst European languages. German is the native language of the Amish.
Here in Washington, voter ballots are in 2 languages: English and Chinese. Spanish will be there soon.