Perfect English

Two strangers meet in London. They start a conversation but they have to use their dictionary quite often.

A: "Hello, Sir! How goes it you?"
B: "Oh, thank you for the afterquestion."
A: "Are your already long here?"
B: "No, first a pair days. I'm not out London."
A: "Thunderweather, that overrushes me, you see not so out."
B: "That can yes beforecome. But now what other: my hairs stood to mountains as I the traffic saw. So much cars gives it here."
A: "You are heavy on the woodway if you believe that in London horsedroveworks go."
B: "Will we now drink a beer? My throat is outdried. But look, there is a guesthouse, let us there man go!"
A: "That is a good idea. Equal goes it loose, I will only my shoeband close."
B: "Here we are. Make me please the door open."
A: "But there is a beforehangingcastle, the economy is to. How sorry! Then I will go back to the hotel, it is already retard. On again see!"
B: "Oh, yes, I will too go. I must become my draught to Bristol. Auf Wiedersehen!"
A: "Nanu, sie sind Deutscher?"
B: "Ja, sie auch? Das wundert mich aber. Ihr Englisch ist so hervorragend, dass ich es gar nicht bemerkt hatte..."