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She didn’t offer OP any constructive Pretty Jesus Has My Back Yours Too If You Let Him Shirt or help. Let’s assume that the aunt is right and OP’s French is awful. How does saying, “Wow, your accent is really bad? You sound uneducated,” help in any way? All it serves to do is to put down OP and elevate (but not really) herself. As a teacher, this really annoys me. If I’m not in a classroom context and the mistake doesn’t lead to a misunderstanding of some sort, I won’t correct it unless the person specifically asks me to correct them. Even then, I only correct major mistakes because everyone thinks they can take it, but even the most tolerant person is going to regret asking for correction when they can’t finish telling a story without constant interruptions. And that’s if they ask for it; no one likes unsolicited advice/correction, and the area of language is no exception.