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21 Reasons Why the English Language is so Confusing.

Whether you speak English as a first or a second language, you have your own reasons for hating the English language. It could be the irritating spelling, pronunciation, or the confusing grammar rules that natives break all the time. Because a lot of people are learning English today than ever before, most of them express their frustration while trying to learn and make sense of English. To give you a sense of this frustration and the confusing nature of the English language, here are 26 reasons why people are confused and why English is still a mystery even to its native speakers. 


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9 thoughts on “21 Reasons Why the English Language is so Confusing.”

  1. This is brilliant, so happy to find a listicle that delivers (and great website). But I must point out that No.10 is missing ‘thorough’ ?. I once had to stand in for a friend who was teaching English and this is exactly the question the students asked that day. Of course.

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  5. awesome!!
    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
    thks so much for that blog!

  6. 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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