MaCk0y wrote:The problem is that the population will continue to increase. People living longer, more births than deaths per day (I think), expats relocating here and more foreigners coming to work. Maybe the only solution is to get out.
ramsej84 wrote:even in the health care ; one can notice a lot of foreigners...
ramsej84 wrote:This wk I was there and observed an eldery women who was not comfortable at all... I don't blame her what if he/she is not fluent how the heck are they going to communicate with the nurses?
OK we have two national languages but not every one is comfortable esp in such sits as in hospital. Foreigners in such a sensitive sector must learn some basic Maltese...
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Well done good on you, but I must say that I speak ten languages fluently which include English, Polish, German, French, Russian, Arabic, Italian, Dutch, Latin and Chinese. My only problem is, I can only speak them when I'm drunk and altogether. As for Maltese, even after fifty years, I'm still trying.
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