THE LANGUAGE NERDS
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What are insultes? (See # 15.)
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1.About defenestration : it’s a french word, that probably got into english in the time both royalties were tight
7. My husband Loves to say that one!!
20. In french, we call it a double-v. Never understood why in english it’s a double-u, especially when back in the days the U was writting has a V
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ad # 1
in german the day after tomorrow is called: übermorgen.
what about: overtomorrow
Ok, but, #2 : Don’t ‘dough’ and ‘though’ rhyme? Where I live they do 😀
Also, #18 is the bomb. I love sentences with the same word many times in a row 😀
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