Hahaha what the heck..Mongolians are real freaks..i think there is no mongolians that has best accent..thats for sure..only person as far as i know that speaks almost perfect englsih is Singer Nominjin..its really funny listening to those who has bad accent lol..poor Mongolians..and they think they r speaking really well..how awesome is that? Lmao..funny funny mongolians..
You should probably meet the more educated Mongolians; you'd see stupid Nominjin's accent is crap beside what the best of the Mongolian English speaker's got. Don't make generalizations basing on few of your stupid acquaintances, and narrow field of view. However, I agree that the dilettante practising black speech is rather insulting.
Lolz calm down..easy ,man..actually thats the truth,i know most of those mongolians are good at those kind of grammar and writings stuff..but they cant speak .they just cant...understanding what foreigners talking and speaking fluent with a good clear accent and is probably most important thing,buddy.More educated Mongolians?..hahaha..alrite tell me the person that more educated? especially Mongolians? nahhh,i highly doubt it..what a word!! i guess,there are only few of them..i bet..im not telling they dont know english,but they can't speak..Mongolians dont have a good accent..thats for sure..even tho im Mongolian,i hate those mOngolians with a bad accent..sounds so funny for me..aight aight,thats it for today..Mongolish..
I understand your situation. You can't speak nor write grammatically correctly and so you tout the so called "clear accent". Most people like you don't get to interact with the better ones. You've met few mediocre English learners, watched the crappy MNB English news moderators, listened to stupid Mongolian-English radio and seen self-acclaimed English speakers like Argo. You should mind that these are NOT the representatives of the best English speakers in Mongolia. I know quite a few people who speak English as if they were native speakers and most of these speakers can be found in places you'll never go to.
And if your priority in language learning is only to have a clear pronunciation, you are greatly deceived.
Just because you've lived in an English speaking country and can utter few sentences (making stupid mistakes in every second sentence, mind you) you're not entitled to depreciate others.