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Mister MicawberOptotorhinolaryngologist?
Gesundheit!
Think it's "asks" in a fast speech!
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I am an English and German teacher in the United States. Here is a list of words that my own seniors in English IV stumble over (native speakers of American English):
totalitarianism, fascism, bureaucratic, vagueness, unambiguously, imperialism, despotic, labyrinth, pretext, invariably,
vaguer, ought, garish, conjurer, resolute, senility, rhythmically, precautions, luxurious, incredulous, demagogue, regimes,
aesthetic, and raucous. These are just a few. Try them out and see how you do.
The word you were looking for is onomatopaia
Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis
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Onomatopoeia
well hippopottomonstrosesquiptedaliophobia is the fear of long words (oh the irony)
Poem. Im not a native, but for me this was the hardest word xd
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lol i dont know howw to say it but i do know what it mean : it mean shes is the study of diseases of the ear, nose, and throat.Emotion: big smile
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