English might look like an easy language to learn until you realize what a difference a single comma can make. Take this sentence for example: “I like cooking, my family, and my pets.” Now take the commas out. Exactly. Also, in the English language, this would be a perfectly normal conversation: “Will Will Smith smith?”, “Yes, Will Smith will smith.” You may be feeling chuffed already, which means that you’re either delighted or annoyed, because, you know, the word means both… [Continue reading below]
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Inspired by Bored Panda, we’ve compiled this list of 30 of the oddest things in the English language. Some of them are so frustrating, you probably won’t finish scrolling!