On Tuesday the judge, Mr Justice Sweeney told the court some of the questions being asked by the jury demonstrated a "fundamental deficit in understanding" of the trial process and its role.
It had asked 10 questions about jurors' basic duties after about 14 hours of deliberations and lengthy advice from the judge about how to assess the evidence.
Huhne, whose political career is now over, could be sent to jail after admitting the offence
The questions included seeking a definition of reaching a verdict beyond reasonable doubt - something the judge had given them in writing.
In another question, the jury asked if one of them could come to a verdict based on reasons that were not presented in court or supported by the evidence. A third question asked about Ms Pryce's religious convictions, even though this was not a matter in the trial.
Or is it just that now most UK citizens don't really understand our language?