Perverse English language (take 2 – why learning English is hard)

Don’t skip this hilarious and challenging example of the idiosyncrasies of the English language, courtesy of Fictionophile.

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A while back I wrote a post “Glorious, complicated, perverse English language” in which I lamented how very difficult it must be for non-native English speakers to learn the language.

This morning I came across a post that exemplifies just how confusing the English language can be.  See this post from Pradita of https://thepraditachronicles.com/.  I loved reading her take on what certain words should be. LOL  In her post she included this great poem which she found on Pinterest.

 My love of my native English language remains unabated.

It remains fascinatingly complex and perverse.

If you love words, visit my Word Love page.

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