Really? It's hard to believe.
He could speak welsh :)
Or Scots Gaelic. Or Manx. :D
Or Hindi, or Tamil, or Igbo, or Arabic... I have British friends who do. :D
And the Pope is Catholic.
Actually there are 8 languages in the UK, and I don't think that you will understand people from Scotland or Wales easily.
Even if they spoke English... Both have a hard accent...
Also "My British friend speaks in English"?
Will work now.
It will work from now on.
It works now.
Why is "brytyski" not in capital letters?
As far as I know, national identities, unlike in the English language, are not usually capitalised.
Well, the adjectives (like "a British car", "a British footballer", and here "a British friend") are not.
The nouns (e.g. "Brytyjczyk" = a British man, "Brytyjka" = a British woman, "Polak" = a Pole (man), "Polka" = a Pole (woman)) are.