I watched part of a movie in my soon-to-be (if I study lots) new language this evening.
I can say with (very little) authority that no one in the movie counted slowly to ten or asked where the bank is.
I understood the word for "yes" at one point, and took that as a small victory. (Though I'd guess that most English speakers my age recognize the word for "yes" in this language and a number of others, and even I didn't learn it from the language CDs.)
Listening to the language CDs, I get a small sense every so often of how differently speakers of Language D conceptualize numbers and word order. I have my linguist friends to thank for caring about such things, but it's darned interesting.