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Language is a beautiful thing.... especially when used properly. The amount of words people aren't aware of is staggering ( (or "vertiginous"). There is a vast amount of knowledge that is dying to be read and used. So go out and pick yourself up a thesaurus and dictionary and do some reading and learning. You can begin with this piece...

Redditor u/Mandoe20 wanted to discuss some verbiage that is far too unknown. The more you know, the more you can share. The question was.....

What are some English words that not a lot of people know of?

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As blended cultures in the United States, we tend to butcher the English language in casual conversation and don't think twice about it.

We continue on speaking our "American-English" until an overly-observant foreigner points out our unique manner of speaking.

Sadly, they are so right.

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When you were a kid, what made you look forward to the end of the school year?

All the end-of-year parties and movies during class?

The promise of summer?

No schoolwork for two to three months?

How about the chance to roast your teacher with dank memes?

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In the age of autocorrect, it can be really frustrating to see spelling and grammar mistakes. Redditors are sick of it, so they shared their favorite grammar Nazi triggers. There are defiantly allot of them.

Acufosa asked grammar Nazis of Reddit: What mistake bothers you the most?

Submissions have been edited for clarity, context, and profanity.

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When Redditor TheNewOneIsWorse asked: "Non-native English speakers of reddit, what are some English language expressions that are commonly used in your country in the way we will use foreign phrases like 'c'est la vie' or 'hasta la vista?'" they probably didn't anticipate the responses they received. Information like this reminds us that we live in an ever more connected world.

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