Thinking about the description for this acrosstic I soon came across a certain English tongue twister: "How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?". It is one of the sentences that shows language is full of weird constructions, which we can all label with certain names.
But language isn't about knowing the rules, but about being understood. More than ever, language is evolving all the time, partially shaped in ways that follow from the fact we use technology to exchange language all the time.
Large language models like chatgpt are taking this to a whole new level. It is quite doable nowadays to get your homework done with it, but that does not get the knowledge in your head quite as effectively as doing the work yourself.