lucy24 - 7:49 am on Jun 14, 2012 (gmt 0)
The only slightly irritating thing is that, although I've specifically stated in the Meta tag info that the page is in British English, Google concludes that it's in Japanese.
This made me laugh out loud. Conversely: A couple of days ago I was searching for a word in a non-Roman script. The results, naturally, were in the language that uses this script. Google helpfully suggested that I might constrain my search to pages in English.
Uhm... that would kinda defeat the purpose of the search.*
* It only just occurred to me to wonder about the frequency of "nunattinni"** compared to "nunavummi".***
** Locative possessive: "in or on our [more than two of us] one thing". Or lots of things. But not two of them.
*** Same, except that the possessive form has become lexicalized.