BUF­FALOED BY ENGLISH

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As if English isn’t hard enough for speak­ers of other lan­guages to learn, the U.S. Em­bassy in Kaza­khstan posted this on Twit­ter:

“Buf­falo buf­falo Buf­falo buf­falo buf­falo buf­falo Buf­falo buf­falo.”

Yes, it is a gram­mat­i­cally cor­rect sen­tence. It is an ex­am­ple of words that are spelled or sound alike but have dif­fer­ent mean­ings.

You can look it up on Wikipedia.

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