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Peculiarities in the English Language Many native speakers do not realize the complexity of the language they speak until they really begin to study it more in-depth. This is most definitely true of the English language. English, like any other language, or perhaps even worse, is full of odd and interesting peculiarities. One of the ways that English can be quite confusing to a new student is that it is full of words that are spelled the same but said differently. It also has words that are spelled differently but said the same. For example ?read? and ?read? are spelled the same, but said differently. Then ?read? and ?red? are said the same, but spelled differently. In addition, all three of these spellings and sayings mean different things. Susie can sow and a sow can too. Jacky wound a bandage around his wound. Jimmie deserted his dessert in the desert. Sally plays the bass and Tommy caught a bass. These are just a few examples, but the list goes on and on. This can most definitely be frustrating to