>>217883423>Though it's always been a mystery for me how few scanlators there are whose native language is English.
The internet is an English speaking place by the numbers (at least outside of China or Russia). So if you're an ESL that wants to use it, you're naturally going to have to either make English your second language, or get used to translating pages/guides/resources for your own use.
Combine it with what >>217885594
said too - my country enforces two foreign languages for 9 years of your education, so learning at least one of them well is the least of what you can do. I'm not saying that doing courses for a couple of years will make you a native speaker, but it will make learning a new language a more "natural" process.
Whether or not you consider that a good thing depends I guess on how much you've been exposed to Squiggles' """translations"""