dude its 3:30 am in finland dont you have anything else to do
worst words in finnish are basically every word :)
kielesi on käsittämätön, näyttää siltä, että puhutessasi sinulla on Downin oireyhtymä
Cinemagraphy would be strange because the stress would be on the "ma" making the cinema in cinemagraphy pronounced differently from cinema sans graphy.
i think its because its a motion picture, meaning a series of photographs. cinema + motion picture photography = cinematography
Discombobulate, I might be a minority here but it just sounds obnoxious man
why do so many people use "terrific" to describe something enjoyable such as "That was a terrific event" when the word literally means of great size or intensity and sounds way too similar to terrify.
I fucking hated that word since I was kid.
Worcestshire or however its spelled
It's a bit long for my taste
beef, it just sounds so fucking stupid, especially compared to what it is in other languages
anyday at night like katy perry "last friday night"
i always misspell it as odviosly bc thats closer to its pronunciation
All similar pair of words annoying me cuz since I'm not native speaker I'm thinking twice to not make mistake when i use them for example the words expect and except
definitely is definitely the worst word in the english language
I find it difficult to say "ciemagraphy" and I find it really easy to say "cinematography". Lol, don't know why. Second one just feels natural and so much better.
Everytime I'm trying to say "cinemagraphy" I feel like I'm splitting it into two, making 0.0001 pause for going from cinema to graphy. It feels awful.
hahahaha oh my god, I'm gonna cry from laughter. We are talking about another level of ignorance.
Listen. English language has borrowed each one of its elements from other older languages. In the case you are mentioning , falls into the greek category. Like every language in its own country, the words do make sense for the people there. The same goes for the word "cinemato" and "graphy". They are both greek and they serve a multifunctional purpose in grammar. The same for the word "to" that you are bitching about. It serves a purpose. If we translate the etymological meaning of the syllables, it goes likes this ---> cine (meaning the aesthetic of movement) , mato (meaning the purpose of the movement [to view] and implies the media that follows), graphy (meaning the capturing of the movement in visual memory).
If you say "cinemagraphy" , this literally translates into a different word, with the literal meaning of it being "to record the chronicles of social groups", since the synthesis of two words can also alter their independant meaning. Cinema do means cinema like movies but in a synthesis with another word can has different meaning.
Let's take another example from the english language. The word "ark" and the word "darkness". Obviously "darkness" word does not contain the meaning of the word "ark" in its meaning.
Therefore, instead of changing a word, simply educate yourself further. The more you study , the less you complain.
Cinematography (originally cynematographie in French) is a word built on Greek "kínēma" which means "movement" and "graphein" which means "write".
So it's not really an English word. It's French using Greek (as many French word invention when Latin didn't provide it first).
Whoever put an "s" in that particular word is some kind of evil sadistic genius.
Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia, the fear of long words. Whoever did that is a cunt.
Necessary, because I can never fucking spell it.
Moist, because it's the worst sounding word in any language I know of.
Guarantee, always somehow manage to fuck up the spelling somehow
Gotta be the forbidden word with a "N"
CinemaTOGraphy Emphasis on the TOG. What a banger of a word
Worst one is "Webinar".
It is an abomination created by some marketing dude and it is just trying to hard.
its probably derived from the word "kinetic"
it tries to convey the idea of the world being round in the way it is pronnounced, twisted as fuck
word > world
If we're taking into account the way people use words, then far and away the worst word is 'like'.
The number of Americans (and US-influenced non-native speakers) who can't seem to construct a sentence without throwing in three instances of this word is staggering
though through thought etc these are hardest for me
cinematography is a based on words from greek, so yeah it may seem weird but its not that complicated, kinema "movement" graphein "to write", the -to- in between is just to make it easier to speak the word quickly
queue for sure, also any word with "thr-" at the start, fucking cant pronounce that shit properly
I don't like "surprise". For me it should be "suprise". The first "r" is annoying me.
queue. (only one letter is read)
Never heard of cinematograhy
daughter is terrible word