English really is quite a difficult language
Being hard to speak, and even harder to spell.
Consider, for example, the following verbiage,
And stress one word, with unique connotation:

“I never said she stole my money.” – A blanket, bland statement
I never said she stole my money.” – There was another accuser.
“I never said she stole my money.” – You’d never make that pronouncement.
“I never said she stole my money.” – Oh, but you heavily implied.

“I never said she stole my money.” – This woman has been framed.
“I never said she stole my money.” – She got to it by other means.
“I never said she stole my money.” – There are other victims to be named.
“I never said she stole my money.” – But perhaps she’s stolen your heart?

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