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Class TESOL Cert
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Peculiarities of the english LanguageEnglish has grown up independently of the rest of Europe, it has changed from a European style language; Anglo Saxon; to the language we see and hear today. All the main languages in Europe have grammatical gender, english lacks grammatical gender. It does not matter in english if “He, She or I go to the park” we do not have to change the structure of the sentence or the spelling of any of the associated words in the sentence to ensure that it makes sense. The fact that in english we do not spell things phonetically is very peculiar as most languages are spoken and spelt the same. My favourite example of this is KNIGHTSBRIDGE, most of my eastern European friends pronounce this as K NIGITS BRIG DE. This causes no end of confusion. When we count in english we have a very logical decimal way of counting. We say “twenty one”, where as in french you would say “twenty and one”. In french to say ninety you have to say four times twenty plus ten. french is not the only European language that uses this particular style. english has some peculiarities which are very hard to teach to non english speaking people. We use certain combinations of words such as “Turn on” or “Turn off” when referring to everything from a light to the cooker