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    • Pronnonciation
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    • Fun fact about English! Its considered a germanic language even though some words have Latin roots. Going off my German book in highschool, 1/3 of English words are actually German.
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    • I feel like English is the easiest language because if you royaly fuck up your sentence americans will get the gist and give you the right answer. Instead of trying to say "I eat raw potatoes" in French only for it to sound "I take potatoes raw" if you catch my drift
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    • THEPOOPENFARTEN
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    • Talking to people who learn English as a second language, the only people who say English is hard are native speakers lmao
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    • How did you fuck up pronunciation that bad?
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    • So you’re saying English the language of all power
      _Whatup_ 2 aug
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    • Dude can’t even spell prununseeashin correctly
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    • Modern English is the best language. Old English was fuckin weak
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    • English is the easiest fucking language ever. I wonder how Americans, native speakers, fuck it up so much
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    • Most of the latin comes from the french, with the rest of the latin (and some greek) being added during and after the renaissance or through Christianity. Also, german didn’t exist when norman anglo-saxon appeared. English is in itself a germanic language, but borrows very little from german.
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    • There's No correct way to speak English cause of how many forms it is spoken
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    • English is German but snorting Cocain imported from France.
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    • English and other Germanic languages actually have simpler more coprehendable grammar than most romantic languages.
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    • Arabic is way too fucking hard. As a native speaker, you learn two languages and a secret underground one.
      BidetMan 3 aug
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    • I fucken hate english...it's so confusing even if I grew up with it..."p" sounds like "puh" h sounds like "huh" but when they spell "phone" they for some reason turn "ph" into an F....which is what I rate the idiot who spelled it
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    • Finally a meme that's 100% correct about the language
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    • There's also alot of Norse too. The vikings contributed alot of their words and culture into English. Like North South East West, and the days of the week, are all norse
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    • The superior language!
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    • You forgot Anglo-Saxon. It's the basis for early English and where almost all our swear words come from.
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    • English is way easier than most languages.French and Spanish literally have 100 conjugations for each word and the addition of words from other languages actually makes English better for foreigners because they won't have to learn every word they see.Although french spelling can fuck off.
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    • People who's first langauge is English and say it's hard are just retarded.
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    • Raise your hand if you thing all Britain’s should be erased
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    • Can’t even spell pronunciation
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    • You forgot Greek words
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    • Strange grammar? Have you heard other languages direct translations? It’s like a word puzzle, “Place these words in the correct order!” Lmfao
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    • The French words are there because, in the late mideval through the renaissance etc, the peasants all spoke English, and to separate themselves, the nobility spoke French as it was “the more resigned language”, whiched caused French words to seep in to the English vocabulary.1/2
      Harbossa 2 aug
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    • From what I understand the language itselff isnt hard to learn, its spelling and the metaphors that usually get people.
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    • We also don’t say 4 20’s ten 7 to say 97 like some white flag waving, baguette eating, mime cock sucking cunts
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    • English is the simplest language there is. By far
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    • Japanese is wanky too
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    • For as “hard” as English is, every European I’ve spoken too has been able to understand it and speak it with ease
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    • Guys, English is a Germanic language. So of course it will have similarities with the other Germanic languages (German, Dutch, Scandinavian languages, etc.). But it also has a lot of influence from the romance side, specifically French.
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    • Bold of you to assume French isn’t based on Latin
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    • Greek words
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    • our spelling is strange but our grammar is super simple
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    • It is also hebrew and greek
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    • So as Faechild is suggesting, correctly I might add. English comes from the culmination of the Angle and Saxon peoples. The Saxons arriving in the south of england (Ireland) and the Angles arriving in the north (Scotland) meeting together in the middle to create the Anglo-Saxon peoples. Who spoke...
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    • OP is insecure about their bad english.
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    • Pronnonciation
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    • I mean, French words are Latin words but ok...
      BrodyM28 3 aug
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    • Pronnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnounciation
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    • I understand people being bad at English if it isn't your first language but so many people suck at English even though it's their first language
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    • Don't care, still horny
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    • A lot of norse in English too
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    • Rendezvous
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    • How does one not know how to spell pronunciation correctly?
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    • Who's the person that came up with ' OK I want a letter C and a letter K they are very different but if you mispronounce one of them even slightly you get the other letter.' We didn't need that.
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    • Anglish gang rise up
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    • Japanese is actually quite easy once you understand the basics
      HuzpazA 4 aug
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    • Took no from Spanish
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    • It’s what it’s
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    • Y'all are forgetting all the words from other languages
      Cubez 3 aug
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    • Omg english hard and quirky xd
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    • American English is one of the hardest languages to learn in the word
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    • And the spelling is weird now because the way we speak and the way we write change at completely different speeds. A lot of the words that are spelt a lot differently than they are pronounced now used to be pronounced closer to how they are spelled. No one decided to spell shit in a stupid way
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    • Fun fact, even us English speakers don't know that the fuck is up with our language
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    • You forgot Dutch
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    • English was specifically designed to grammatically inconsistent. We made words like tough, through, and thorough end with the same 4 letters, but sound different on purpose.
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    • If you think English isn't an incredible language, just remember yee haw can't be translated into any other language
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    • When you say "its own words" did you mean "Words taken from Celtic languages" ?
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    • English probably has the most straight forward pronunciation
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    • Strange pronunciation? Excuse me? French is so much worse.
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    • Repost
      elijahwt 5 aug
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    • Pronunciation
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    • THE POOPENFARTEN
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    • French is fucking crap
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    • Ja. Das stimmt
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    • Yes
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    • the poopenfarten
      Icos 5 aug
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    • Fear and tear don't rhyme, but fear and tear do. Bear does however, rhyme with tear. Bologna rhymes with pony, but stove doesn't rhyme with love. Remember, I before E, except after C, though there are a lot of exceptions.
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    • Bruh it's prunansyashun
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    • Which one you fucker
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    • Thanos is Captain Planet, and Scarlet Witch, Captain Marvel, and Doctor Strange are the Planeteers. (Representing Mind, Space, and Time respectively)
      Biasatt 5 aug
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    • English is just someone's really bad conlang
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    • Didnt a meme making fun of this meme get featured like three days ago
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    • Not enough
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    • Our grammar isn’t strange. Everyone else’s is
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    • I was just thinking about this today
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    • They aren’t stranger than any other word from any other language
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    • Well you can thank centuries of multiculturalism and invasions for that. Does strange things to a language.
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    • makes our literature very beautiful
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    • I feel like people make these meme to make themselves feel better about the fact they only know English while people from other countries and almost expected to be bilingual
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    • Yes... I have them all...
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    • PRONNCATION
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    • Don't forget the Native language as well
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    • personally though, english is my favorite language as in the way the words are used and sentences are structured, but i might be biased because it’s my first language
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    • Yacht is said yat.
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    • Well. Not quite right. But close enough.
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