It has happened again. I am planning a trip to Sweden this summer, and have been doing lots of research on Swedish websites. I grew up over there, speak the language, and have been spending some time on Swedish language websites. Well, Google, or my phone, or something else has now decided - without my input - that I prefer my webpages in Swedish, and my search results in Swedish publications and Swedish maps. It's not just googles pages, but also other random pages, including AirBnB. I have tried just about everything, including: Checking the language settings on my phone (Settings -> System -> Language & Input -> Languages) where I have confirmed that both English and Swedish are added (so I can use the Swedish keyboard) but English is set as my primary language. Clearing all cookies and history in my phones browser Going to Google's web settings and setting the location to U.S. and language to English Doing all these things again followed by restarting my phone Nothing seems to help. It is driving me crazy. Sure, I am fluent in Swedish, but that doesn't mean I want Swedish localization or Swedish webpages in everything I do... Has anyone else who is bilingual encountered a problem like this? Were you able to solve it? If so how? This has me cursing AI and automation in all of its forms. With everything I use, I want it to stay unchanged, exactly the same, unless I explicitly tell it to change. In this case, unless I switch my settings to Swedish, it should never try to second guess my current language settings... Set silicon valley on fire!