It's possible to parody other languages by how they sound. Even if you don't know any words of that language you can make pretend speech which others will recognise as being that language.
eg German is full of sch, acht, vie (wie), unt
Italian is full of iano, gnore, ucci
(I'm sorry I don't know how to write these phonetically, and I certainly don't mean to offend anyone).
What I'd like to know is how would people from other countries parody English? What are the determining sounds that distinguish English from other languages? How would you mock English speakers in this way?
(Light hearted mocking of course. I'm not trying to start an international incident here.)