Mary Poppins returns and so does her take on English grammar Did you know that Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious actually is considered a word

Mary Poppins returns and so does her take on English grammar Did you know that, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious actually is considered a word in the English language? In the well-known soundtrack it is considered a noun, but it has been used in other contexts when interpreted as an adjective or even adverb. It is one of the longest world in the English language. The Sherman brothers, who are the founders of the word, created it during a summer camp when they were young.

In the song, the word is interpreted as a way of miraculously talking yourself out of a difficult situation and also, as a way of changing life itself. In the movie, the song is introduced when Mary Poppins has won money on a horse-race and some reporters tell her that she cannot possibly describe how she feels and thus, she uses the word supercalifragilisticexpialidocious and begins singing.

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