Why English is a lunatic language – listen, learn and laugh

Have you ever tried to explain to a non-native English speaker how pronunciations in English are, er, a little difficult to understand?

English language humour

I’m just going to stop here and let you laugh as hard as I did when I first listened to this…

Here follows the most delightful and funny exposé of English language lunacy that I’ve heard in a long time.

English language lunacy only needs a short introduction

Apologies to Google who expect me to write at least 500 words about my topics, but I’m just going to stop here and let you laugh as hard as I did when I first listened to this.

With many thanks to my great friend Trudy Van Buskirk in Toronto for pointing this out and sharing its utter madness with us…

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Trust a Canadian to make this so hilarious!

Book of English words in Britain and AmericaWhat advice would you give to non-native English speakers about pronunciation?

Please share in the comments below!

And if you need to speak both British and American English, you might find this little book of mine helpful …

 

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