7. There are over 50 countries around the world that use English as an official language, including Ghana, Pakistan, and the Philippines.
10. According to researchers at Reading University, the oldest known word in English is "who," dating back more than 20,000 years.
11. The longest one syllable word is the ten-letter "scraunched," found in a 1620 translation of Don Quixote.
12. The longest word containing no repeating letters, including every vowel, is "uncopyrightable," at 15 letters.
13. Although most people believe the word "orange" to have no perfect rhyme, it actually does - "sporange."
An extremely rare term, "sporange" is a botanical term referring to part of a fern.