Originally Posted by jackeyjoe
Depends on the rom, different developers will use different translations and sometimes include applications/parts of the rom that haven't been fully translated. If you get a well supported MIUI rom(such as MIUI.US) you should have no issues with translations, but the lesser developers sometimes have wonky translations(I Know for a while MIUI-AU had pretty average translations).
See, I've found even with MIUI.US that a lot of the translations haven't been done well - they make sense, but they're just not what you'd say if you were speaking English - more like a direct translation from the Chinese. I think I mentioned that to you when I first tried out MIUI on my HD2 (though I haven't tried it on my Sensation). I can't remember any real examples, but it's like saying "earlier I go to shop" when you would normally say something like "I went to the shop earlier".
I know it sounds like I'm being picky but a) I am picky and b) that's not good enough software when I've spent a decent amount of money on hardware. I mean I can see the appeal of MIUI but I basically think that it's just not for me, no ROM can suit everyone, just as no phone can.
Still rockin' AOKP, though I've found a great wallpaper