There are some things that I wouldn't expect to hear. "I'm from Halifax, England" would be far more likely to be "I'm from Halifax, West Yorkshire" or simply - "I'm from Halifax". We tend to call movies films and I have never heard a British person refer to a cinema as a movie theatre (theater). P.S. Hugh - they had to pick an accent from somewhere - why not Yorkshire? Suresh - Neither a Brit nor an American would ever say "please to help me" "I wanna..." may translate as "May I...?" or "I would like...". "Please help me" (without the "to") literally means I need help!
Jiaaa from Zhengzhou on 2012-05-20
just wondering that it could be better if there are some notes to cultural aspects