Yes, Amy, it is. For me, particularly since I could learn that it certainly is much more easy to learn English as a foreign language. And I must admit that some other users here do a great job while learning English as they apparently have a rather different structure in their native language.
Well, listening to BFBS always when I?m driving in my car I?ve been able to figure out that there are much more similarities, at least between German and British English. For example: every Saturday afternoon BFBS and WDR 2 report about the events in the premier ligues of football. The difference is that BFBS reports about the English premier ligue and WDR 2 reports about the German Bundesliga. :lol: If I continue listening BFBS in a short time I certainly will be more experienced about the happenings in the English premier ligue than about the German Bundesliga.
By the way, Alan, as I?m listening to BFBS while driving my car I obviously failed to keep possession of George?s sentence. But I?m washing my hands with innocence as I mostly probable paid my attention to the traffic. :roll: