Ask me any question, I will try my best to answer it.

WallaceAndGromitFan
secretninjaTU18 wrote:
WallaceAndGromitFan wrote:
eric0022 wrote:
WallaceAndGromitFan wrote:

I am am incapable of coming up with my own ideas. Anyway, let's hear some questions.

 

Why is the past tense of "go" called "went" and not "goed"?

Because english is a wacky language with wacky rules. I think that we should just talk by speaking in different pitches. A very low pitch could mean hello, while a very high pitch means goodbye. 

well english is a wakcy and strange language

why does do,to,zoo and who sound the same while go doesen't?

I'll be honest, I'm not too sure why it's like this. Maybe when Mr. English made the language he was thinking that it'd be funny. 

eric0022
WallaceAndGromitFan wrote:
secretninjaTU18 wrote:
WallaceAndGromitFan wrote:
eric0022 wrote:
WallaceAndGromitFan wrote:

I am am incapable of coming up with my own ideas. Anyway, let's hear some questions.

 

Why is the past tense of "go" called "went" and not "goed"?

Because english is a wacky language with wacky rules. I think that we should just talk by speaking in different pitches. A very low pitch could mean hello, while a very high pitch means goodbye. 

well english is a wakcy and strange language

why does do,to,zoo and who sound the same while go doesen't?

I'll be honest, I'm not too sure why it's like this. Maybe when Mr. English made the language he was thinking that it'd be funny. 

 

Similarly, the words "tour" (in "tournament"), "four" and "sour" are pronounced differently.