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    Default "That's what makes English so varied (and so difficult to learn!)"



    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    We have lots of different ways of saying the same thing. That's what makes English so varied (and so difficult to learn!)

    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/ask-teacher/186111-simple- past-used.html - post # 6
    Which interpretation is correct, of course, the gist from what emsr has written?


    1-Varieties of English are so difficult to learn.


    2-English is so difficult to learn.



    I guess \1 is the suitable/appropriate one.


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    Default Re: "That's what makes English so varied (and so difficult to learn!)"

    That's what makes English sovaried (and so difficult to learn!)

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    Default Re: "That's what makes English so varied (and so difficult to learn!)"

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post
    1-Varieties of English are so difficult to learn.
    This could be interpreted as regional/national forms rather than alternative ways of saying the same thing.

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