26 Reasons Why The English Language is Insane.

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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2 thoughts on “26 Reasons Why The English Language is Insane.”

  1. I guess you know Pete Seeger

    Just a few examples: There’s no egg in eggplant, no pine or apple in pineapple.
    Quicksand works slowly; boxing rings are square.
    A writer writes, but do fingers fing?
    Hammers don’t ham, grocers don’t groce. Haberdashers don’t haberdash.
    English is cuh-ray-zee!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6j38uEww-8U

  2. Double U = The only language that really has a double u is esperanto
    Ŭ ŭ

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