I agree Idesimone, so glad to have English as my native language…
Thank you for commenting!
I have so many friends in NYC whose first language is not English. Trying to explain this stuff can be hysterical. There are so many more, and writing it is even harder. 😉
This gave me a good chuckle today 😀 It shows how easy things can get misunderstood!
So true, I feel sorry for people learning to speak English. Thanks for your comment!
Just take the word “run”.It can be verb or noun, Then dozens of meanings:I run for office, I run to the store, a run in the paint, a run in my stocking a run on food stocks, I made a run for beer, my nose is running, my car is running, he is running, run for your life….
Good example Carl! I love thinking of all of the words that have different meanings!
Thanks Otrazhenie, English is an amazing language!
Loved it. Very good list 🙂
All except the dove that dove. They say tomato and we say tomato. They say dove and we say dived. 😀
Trust you to pick it!!
ROARED laughing !!!!!!!
I’m glad you are there to keep me honest! I smile at you as I write.
Thanks Painting Pundit, it’s always good to get a response!
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