Despite sharing the same oral language, British, Irish, Australian and American sign language are all completely different languages.
During a lecture, an Oxford philosopher made the claim that although a double negative in English implies a positive meaning, there is no language in which a double positive implies a negative. To which Philosopher Sidney Morgenbesser responded with a dismissive tone, “Yeah, yeah.”
There were two twins named Jennifer and June who only spoke to each other in a secret language, isolated themselves from the outside world, tried to kill each other and wound up in a mental hospital and decided together that one of them must die for the other to live a normal life.
There are up to 24 dialects of American English.
“James while John had had had had had had had had had had had a better effect on the teacher” is a grammatically correct sentence in English.
Harry Potter books were translated from British to American English.
The Georgian word Shemomedjamo means “to eat past the point of fullness because the food tastes so good“. It roughly translates to “I accidentally ate the whole thing“.
The phrase ‘cellar door‘ was determined by experts to be the most euphonious phrase, or pleasant sounding, in all of English.
A dad spoke only Klingon to child for three years.
There is an ATM in the Vatican that gives instructions in Latin, and is believed to be the only one in the world to do so.
Sign language users have “accents”, and can often tell the region another user comes from through them, just like spoken language.