preternatural

(also praeternatural)
/ˌpriːtəˈnatʃ(ə)r(ə)l/
adjective
Beyond what is normal or natural.

Origin
Preternatural derives from the Latin praeter naturam, which means “beyond nature.”

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The goal of this forum topic is to create, in others, the preternatural ability to flawlessly use English.

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Listen, now, to what I say
Because it’ll turn out fine, okay?
With these words, please play.
Do a little bit every day.

You may think you are too shy
To even make a little try,
But none of us are always spry.
It takes some time to learn to fly.

Begin today; no do not wait.
Something close. You can relate,
Even something less than great.
Build your skills. Don’t hesitate!

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