OP's post starts off with a couple of edits that she made to the post to give people a little more information after seeing some of their comments.
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Then she dives into the post and gives us some background on her and her husband, and why she moved in with him in his hometown in a different country.
She says that she understand why they speak their native language, but she says that they've been quite unsupportive of her when she tries to be included or speak their language.
OP even states that she knows she hasn't done well with the language and she really should have tried sooner. Eventually her and her husband fought after she said she didn't want to attend any more family functions.
People had a lot to say in the comments and most of it wasn't exactly nice to OP or on her side. They really did expect her to learn the language.
This person was more on OP's side and explained their perspective as to why they believe the husband's family should be accommodating to OP and making her feel included.
A lot of comments told her that it is her responsibility to learn the language of the country that she moved to. She shouldn't expect others to speak her language instead.
Then people started asking for more information before they made their judgement. This person actually did get a response from OP but it didn't really make anything better.
Ultimately most people actually think that OP is TA even though they said they don't have enough information. People think she should've learned the language way prior.
Here's another comment from someone telling her that she should be the one learning the native language of the country she's in.
This is obviously a hard situation, and it's kind of uncomfortable for everyone, but the verdict is that most people think she should've tried harder sooner. Ultimately, waiting three years to learn a language is super difficult, and she should have put in the effort prior to this if she was going to be moving there.