In the past ten years I've started working with people who's native language is not English. I've noticed that these folks say thing to get a concept across, but it's not something you'd hear a native English speaker (at least from the US) say; Examples would be "Do the needful" or "I couldn't able to do x". These types of phrases are uttered by several people I work with who's native language is not English. I assume it's an artifact of them mentally processing English through their native language.
Is there a concept or word for such utterances?