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    • #57317
      Fatima Ibrahim Kani
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      I don’t trust English oo!
      Why is that give her her book is correct and give him him is not correct? Is english female

    • #57451
      OzoIgboNdu1 of Igbo Defender
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      @fertymerzara
      English is a language where 1+1 is sometimes 3, or 4, or 5 🙂

      In English the rules are sometimes superceded by other rules on an arbitrary basis.

      It appears there are no hard and fast rules to mastering it.

      The only ‘fail proof’ strategy seems to be to get a critical mass of vocabulary and grammar through reading widely, formal education, watching educative videos, listening to high quality audiobooks, etc.

    • #57454
      Fatima Ibrahim Kani
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      @ozoigboNdu1 thank you sir

    • #57456
      Potal
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      That is English for you. English language is too wide that we realy know it all.

    • #57464
      Omaonu
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      English is somehow crazy

    • #57469
      Fatima Ibrahim Kani
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      @potal yes yes English language is very wide

    • #57470
      Fatima Ibrahim Kani
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      @omaono I also agreed with what u said.sometimes English language is somehow crazy

    • #57486
      Yamcybab
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      English is the language that I love most,

    • #57492
      Fatima Ibrahim Kani
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      @yamcy waw

    • #57498
      Omaonu
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      @yamcy that is the truth

    • #57502
      Yamcybab
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      Yes of course

    • #57526
      Omaonu
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      @cake that is exactly what the English language is. Imagine one goat is a goat two or more goals are goats but one sheep is sheep two or more sheep are also sheep. 😂

    • #57589
      Omaonu
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      English has no pattern but rules which are not consistent.

    • #57643
      pink
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      @cake you are right. English language is a language in which 1+1 is often equal to 3. It is confusing.

    • #57649
      Fatima Ibrahim Kani
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      Hi to every one.hope u are doing good

    • #57669
      Yamcybab
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      @fertymerzara we are fine and good, and you?

    • #57672
      Omaonu
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      @pink even the native speaker of the language get confused about the language sometimes

    • #57694
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      I agreed, but English language is really good.

    • #57710
      Yamcybab
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      Biggest Difficulties People Face When Learning English,

    • #57713
      Yamcybab
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      Pronunciation, spelling, idioms and slangs

    • #57767
      Fatima Ibrahim Kani
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      @omaonu hhhh u are funny

    • #57781
      OzoIgboNdu1 of Igbo Defender
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      [quote quote=57694]I agreed, but English language is really good.

      [/quote]

      The world has no choice but to learn English because so many countries speak it.

    • #57793
      Yamcybab
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      @adams you are right, English is the universal language

    • #57832
      Blessing Olugu
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      English is not consistent with it’s rules at all

    • #57836
      Blessing Olugu
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      English is a language that even confuses its native speakers

    • #57859
      Jonimisi
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      Rendezvous is pronounced rendevu
      Buffet is pronounced buffe
      Debt is pronounced det
      And so on……

    • #58103
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      [quote quote=57317]I don’t trust English oo!
      Why is that give her her book is correct and give him him is not correct? Is english female[/quote]I wonder too

    • #58104
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      [quote quote=57859]Rendezvous is pronounced rendevu
      Buffet is pronounced buffe
      Debt is pronounced det
      And so on……[/quote]English is something else abeg

    • #58106
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      [quote quote=57836]English is a language that even confuses its native speakers[/quote]that is it, and the reason is because they too like to borrow words from other languages such as French, Greece, etc

    • #58108
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      [quote quote=57781]

      I agreed, but English language is really good.

      The world has no choice but to learn English because so many countries speak it.[/quote]but English is not the most speaking language in the world though

    • #58109
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      [quote quote=57672] @pink even the native speaker of the language get confused about the language sometimes[/quote]that is not far from truth

    • #58115
      Aysha
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      English is a fantastic language..

    • #58143
      Blessing Olugu
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      [quote quote=57317]I don’t trust English oo!
      Why is that give her her book is correct and give him him is not correct? Is English female[/quote]I also don’t trust English

    • #58145
      Blessing Olugu
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      [quote quote=57793]@adams you are right, English is the universal language[/quote]English is never the universal language

    • #58149
      Yamcybab
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      @adams speaking English is the majority language in the world

    • #58404
      Omoniyi Glory
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      [quote quote=57317]I don’t trust English oo!
      Why is that give her her book is correct and give him him is not correct? Is English female[/quote]English is very dynamic

    • #58421
      Omaonu
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      [quote quote=58115]English is a fantastic language.[/quote]every language is fantastic not just the English language alone.

      • #58466
        Aysha
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        I said so because english is the language that majority countries used it as thier own language, even if you have your own language.. if you go to some countries you will keep your own language aside and speak the way they are or else… you will become a deep, start pointing your fingers.. there many languages of course but English is at anywhere..

    • #58458
      Aysha
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      Find and good

    • #58461
      Aysha
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      You cannot approach majority,I mean a lot the of countries we have in this world without knowing how to speak English.. I honesty, truthfully, perfectly love English.

    • #58468
      Aysha
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      example I like Arabic language, also I really enjoyed French and Indian language, how would i meet one of those people and start great them like ina kwana?? Nobody will understand what I mean but if I greet them in English, even if they don’t know how speak English they would gets me right..

    • #58568
      Aysha
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      Children may struggle with reading for a variety of reasons, including limited
      experience with books, speech and hearing problems, and poor phonemic …

    • #58569
      Aysha
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      Mistake☝

    • #58144
      Blessing Olugu
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      [quote quote=57451] @fertymerzara
      English is a language where 1+1 is sometimes 3, or 4, or 5 🙂

      In English the rules are sometimes superceded by other rules on an arbitrary basis.

      It appears there are no hard and fast rules to mastering it.

      The only ‘fail proof’ strategy seems to be to get a critical mass of vocabulary and grammar through reading widely, formal education, watching educative videos, listening to high quality audiobooks, etc.[/quote]That is exactly what English language is

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