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Peculiarities of the English LanguageIt is said by many scholars that English is the most difficult language in the world to learn. While we, as native english speakers tend to disagree. To native english speakers, languages such as chinese seem to be more difficult simply because the characters are so foreign to us. However, we forget that our language is just as foreign to them as their language is to us. Furthermore, The English language has many grammatical rules and exception to the rules that do not exist in other languages. In addition, the use of slang words that used to be absolutely forbidden to say in public has become perfectly acceptable in most circles and is surprisingly used in the modern business world. These and many more peculiarities of the English language make it the most difficult language to learn. First of all, there are many homonyms in English that cause great difficulties for new learners; words that are spelled the same but have different meaning. On top of homonyms, there are words that are spelled the same and pronounced differently. For example, produce, resume, etc. Consider also that the words ?snow,? ?know,? and ?tow? rhyme with ?no,? while ?now,? ?how,? and ?cow? have a totally different pronunciation. Irregular verbs and nouns are