yeah it is. For her German is a foreign language, and everything she learned in English she learned by reading the english terms that entered into German and asking me: "What does that actually mean originally?"
Some years ago she made a new Esperanto translation of the "Animal Farm" of Orwell. Every time when the German and the existing Esperanto translation were completely different, she turned to the original. At that time the worst thing was when she started to read me the English text.
I always said: "Let me read it myself" as she didn't have any clue about pronounciation. Nowadays I can allow her to read something in English and actually understand her, and the words she doesn't know to pronounce are with a little fantasy also understandable.
Vamos Nando! Come on Andy! A portuguese Vamos to André Sá e Marcelo Melo! Vamos Gastão!Auf geht's Dustin! Vamos Andyoni! Vamos David! Come on Tomá! Davai Dolgo!
favourites in other sports: Bolo Zenden, Bobo Gille and Tiago Camilo
A link to positive and encouraging music: K-Love My blog in German
Mikey, you're missed
on a mission