Palindromy w języku angielskim
Look at these sentences. Try to read them backwards:
- Madam, I'm Adam.
- Never odd or even.
- Step on no pets.
- Sit on a potato pan, Otis.
- Anna: "Did Otto peep?" Otto: "Did Anna?"
They are called palindromes. A palindrom is a word or a sentence that reads the same backwards as forward. In the last sentence each word is a palindrome.
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