28 Palindrome Words and Phrases You’ve Probably Never Thought of.

A palindrome is a word or a phrase that reads the same backward as forward. Words in themselves are fun and amusing let alone if they can read from both ends. The fact that these words are palindromes is totally coincidental, but a little bit of creativity went into forming the latter part of the palindrome phrases you’ll find at the bottom. We strongly encourage you to leave in a comment of other palindromes you may know and that we left out. Have a great read 🙂 

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The 10 Most Commonly Misspelled Words in the English Language, According to The Oxford Dictionary.

People misspell words all the time and for all sorts of reasons: being in a hurry, sloppiness, drunkenness, or plain ignorance. And you know what, it’s totally fine because we know that spelling is hard, especially for people like us who know the madness of the English spelling system. However, there are certain times when a spelling mistake can do you a lot of harm. And here we are talking about professional contexts where formalities, such as spelling, are crucial to attaining one’s objectives, like getting a job, a promotion, or, in our case, showing off our incredible language skills. So, we brought you today a list of 10 of the most misspelled words in the English language and we want you to avoid them at all cost.

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30 Of The Funniest and Worst Sign Fails.

A lot of thought goes into designing a sign. Companies want their signs to reflect their brands, so they have to look clean and error-free. But this is in a perfect world. External factors, such as dust, rust, lights going out, etc., will mess up your sign and the resulting message could be hilarious. The Language Nerds hoarded these signs from all over the internet and we put them here in one place for you to enjoy. Don’t forget to tell us your favorite. 

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54 Clever Illustrations of Words That Sound The Same But Have Different Meanings.

I’m pretty sure you’ve heard of homophones before. They’re those words that are pronounced the same way but have different meanings and spellings, and this is why they confuse a lot of people. But homophones can be fun sometimes and because of them, we have jokes like this: What happens when a frog’s car breaks down? It gets toad away. If you think this is funny, you will definitely enjoy the treat we have prepared for you in this article. Bruce Worden is someone who is particularly interested in homophones and decided to make things simple for everyone. He created Homophones Weekly for the sole purpose of cleverly illustrating homophones in such an amusing way that everyone will not only enjoy but also get a perfect grasp of these confusing words. 

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The Worst Grammar And Spelling Fails Caught By The Grammar Police.

Language fanatics like you and I pay incredible attention to our grammar and punctuation and we expect everyone should do the same. Alas, there are people out there who just hate what we love; grammar and punctuation, and go about mindless of language, throwing grave mistakes here and there. And that’s why we have the grammar police. They go on patrols all over the internet and hunt down people who make spelling and grammar mistakes. Below are some of the mistakes they caught.

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23 Subtle Grammar Errors That Most People Still Make.

For wordsmiths like us, we pay great attention to how people speak and write. We analyze how people articulate certain sounds and how they put words together and sometimes just marvel at what comes out of their mouths. But other times, we suppress this irresistible urge to correct some of the dumbest mistakes that most people make, because they butchered the thing we love most, which is language. We, of course, don’t correct them, because we know prescriptivism is a crime. But that doesn’t mean that their mistakes don’t drive us nuts. They do, to the point of madness. Here is a list of some of these mistakes. Do let us know which of these mistakes irritate you. 

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Don’t read this article, ان لم تكن تتقن لغتين على الاقل

Having fun with اللغات is enjoyable and intriguing في نفس الوقت. You can do fascinating stuff بمجرد تحريك your lips و your لسان. Language هي أهم thing that keeps us مع بعض. Think about it للحظة. It gets more interesting عندما you combine لغتين في the same time, فأنت تجمع even more people.

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Apostrophe society shuts down because ‘ignorance and laziness have won’

A society dedicated to preserving the correct use of the apostrophe, which ran for almost two decades, has shut down because “ignorance has won”. 

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Here is why it’s so hard to catch your own typos, according to science.

Tell me if this sounds familiar. You’ve been perfecting your paper, article, or email all night long. You made sure every word fits the topic nicely, you’ve removed all the redundant elements, fine-tuned your argument, and you are ready to stun everyone with your paper because you think it’s a personal masterpiece. You do some proofreading and then you eagerly hit send or submit.

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Tihs article may look lkie nosnesne, but yuo can raed it, cna’t yuo?

The tihgns we can do wtih our brnias and lnagauge are unlimietd and bziarre smoetmies. So, dseipte the galring mispsellings in tihs txet, yuo fnid abosuletly no dicuffitlty in raeding it and unsredtnading its mnaeing. 


Waht yuor brian is dinog rihgt now atlcualy has a nmae: Typoglycaemia. It rferes to a coinivgte pcrseos in reanidg a txet in wihch the biran rtrieeevs the manieng of a taht txet depiste the jumbeld wodrs.  And it wokrs bcsueae our brinas don’t jsut rley on waht tehy see – tehy aslo rley on waht we eecpxt to see. In 2011, rsereharecs form the Uitnviersy of Gosaglw fuond taht wehn sheomtnig is osurbecd from or uleacnr to the eye, hmaun mdins can pidcert waht tehy tnhik tehy’re gniog to see and flil in the bnkals. 

Hree is a clssaic picee of “ineerntt trviia” it’s been catcruiling sncie at lsaet 2003 taht you msut hvae hread aoubt bofere: 

Aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it deosn’t mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoetnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer be at the rghit pclae. The rset can be a toatl mses and you can sitll raed it wouthit porbelm. Tihs is bcuseae the huamn mnid deos not raed ervey lteter by istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe


Fun fcat, trhee nveer was a Cbrmdiage rhrceseaer but i thnik the ieda is giuens. It shwos the ture pwoer of the huamn mnid. Don’t tkae it for grnaetd and tkae a moemnt to aiacppetre yuor barin.