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Peculiarities of the English LanguageThe English language poses one of the most challenging learning opportunities a non-native speaker can face. Because of irregularities, inconsistencies and the oft repeated ?exceptions to the rule?, the learner will face challenges that even the native speaker may have difficulty with due to the fluid and changing nature of the language. English is the child of many languages including Greek, Latin, French and German. But many languages have punctuated and been adopted in the English language. For example, from Sanskrit comes the word ?guru?. Due to the contributory nature of other languages and absorption into the English language, the diversity seems to lend credit to the many peculiarities of the English language. Some specifics seem to be anomalies that we accept as truth. For example: ?I can produce produce.? This indicates two separate meanings, two separate pronunciations and two separate uses in the sentence structutre. The first use of produce is a verb meaning one can make something and the second is used as a noun which means vegetables or