@Gunnar: Indeed, thank you for the tip. From now on whenever I go to
help.ubuntu.com and realize that I can't read the text because of the
bad grammar mixed with English I go to Menu -> Settings -> (scroll to
the bottom) -> Show advanced settings... -> (scroll down to Languages)
-> Language and input settings... -> Drag and drop 'English' to the top.
Then when I'm done I set it back to my preferred language by: Menu ->
Settings -> (scroll to the bottom) -> Show advanced settings... ->
(scroll down to Languages) -> Language and input settings... -> Drag and
drop 'My preferred language' to the top. Rather tedious compared to say
having a discrete drop-down menu at the bottom of the site allowing you
to choose a language that is remembered until I clear browser data.
Alas, it's not forced in the sense that it can't be changed, if your
browser allows you to go change settings 7 actions away. But it's not
very user friendly.
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