Now a poem that aims to test an English speaker's skill with the language has resurfaced on the web. The ridiculously long poem, that has been rediscovered online, contains around 800 bizarre irregularities in the English Language. And although it might seem easy at first it contains several traps to trip up even the most confident - and even native - English speaker. If you manage to pronounce all of the words correctly then you'll be a verified master of the English language.
Johnny English is back and evidently as incompetent as ever. SEE ALSO: This guy claims the Duffer Brothers ripped off his'Stranger Things' idea On Thursday the first trailer for Johnny English Strikes Again dropped. Rowan Atkinson returns as Britain's most bumbling superspy, called out of retirement to help save the motherland when a cyber-attack reveals the identity of all Britain's active undercover agents. The film also stars Emma Thompson and Olga Kurylenko, and will be out in cinemas on 18 October 2018. Dr. Evil makes a comeback on Jimmy Fallon, after y'know, being fired by Trump Dwayne'The Rock' Johnson asked Jimmy Kimmel to be his emergency doula
With the Western release of Your Name looming, the movie is getting a full English dub and this includes the insert songs by Radwimps. In a new trailer, it seems that these English versions of the songs are actually decent. Getting an English dub right for an anime is incredibly difficult at the best of times but localizing songs is a whole other nightmare. Especially when in this case the score for Your Name has gone on to be as revered as the movie itself. This is because the music in Your Name is really important throughout the movie and plays a huge role in the film's suitably epic climax.
With her trainer Jabez Wolffe following alongside in a boat, Ederle made her first attempt to cross the channel on Aug. 18, 1925. Seven miles from the English coast, fearing that Erdele was exhausted and drowning, Wolffe ordered a safety swimmer to pull her from the water. Ederle was furious, and fired Wolffe. She brought on trainer Bill Burgess, who had successfully swum the channel more than a decade prior. A year after the first attempt, on the morning of Aug. 6, 1926, she stood on the beach at Cape Gris-Nez, France, greased herself with petroleum jelly and lard to protect against cold water and jellyfish, donned her modified motorcycle goggles and struck out for the English coast.
Learning a new language that's not your mother tongue can be real daunting. A school in Chengdu, China, has made national news headlines for its creative way of teaching its students English with mahjong tiles. Mahjong is a traditional Chinese card game that's similar to the Western's world rummy. It is usually played with four players and involves 144 tiles based on Chinese characters and symbols. Many Chinese children pick up on how to play mahjong from their parents from a young age, simply by observing the adults playing rounds of the game.