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Simplifying English could lead to madness!

Rachel Dodman’s insanity

The English language is insanely complicated, how do we ever manage to learn it? It’s full of silly and contradictory rules. How are kids supposed to learn to follow rules when the language is so renegade?
I before e except after c — and in the other words that don’t follow that rule (weird, that words don’t achieve what we believe)!
It’s and…

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Rachel Dodman

Rachel Dodman

Rachel is a freelance writer from the UK. Check out her latest novella Downhill From Wednesday on Amazon! www.racheldodman.com

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