My Chem Lab partner is a little slow to grasp things so I'm going to have to carry us both. I don't mind because I'm proficient in chemistry but I still make mistakes.
Then there have been instances upon instances of the same people just not understanding my Chem lecture. To add detail, class was just about finished and this small group of people started asking questions about the homework before the the professor dismissed class. Now I like to be courteous to my professors so I stayed when half the class left. I figured this would be over soon but they kept asking questions so I just left. Those assholes were still there, dragging out that professor's day. I mean come on... He has office hours for that.
I just learned how to pronounce facade properly.
Now wondering why it seems that people who have English as a second/third language tend to have better English skills than native speakers.
Learning multiple languages makes you better at language in general. For example, if you ever want to learn Spanish, French and Romanian (don't ask me why you'd want to learn all three, just bear with me) I'd highly recommend learning Latin first. It'll make everything a lot easier.