English is a complicated language and holding a conversation can get tricky if you're self-conscious about your speech and pronunciation.
It seems there are many words and phrases that can trip up even the most fluent of mother tongue English-speakers.
Presenter Eusebius McKaiser spoke about the "curse" of the English language and the struggles with standard language rules and conventions.
Listeners called, texted and tweeted about the words that they battle with the most.
Below are some of the responses (the list is by no means exhaustive):
9. Worcestershire sauce
12. Buccleuch Interchange
18. the difference between prepositions 'on' and 'in'
25. barbed wire
@Eusebius Renault vs Renolt -Peugeot vs Pegort - and my favorite is William Nicol vs William Nicole 😂😂😂— Lenn Iar'Molenko (@Lenn_Moleko) February 23, 2017
@Eusebius I struggled with the word HONEST I used to say Horn-est— Prof. Khuras (@Prof_Khuras) February 23, 2017
Take a listen to the hilariously light-hearted conversation as listeners debate the pronunciation:
Below are some more of the lit Twitter responses:Difficult English words - Curated tweets by Radio702
This article first appeared on CapeTalk : 'Engrish' never loved us: 30 words listeners struggle to pronounce