Why the English Language and Alphabet are Confusing (The letter "…
Why the English Language and Alphabet are Confusing
The letter "c"
could be replaced with either an "s" or "k" in every instance
The letter "x"
Sometimes it makes "ecks" or "cks", sometimes "z"
Sometimes is "k" but most of time makes proper "ch" sound
Makes "f". No good reason for having it make f sound
sometimes makes "sh" sound like in station and position
"S" sometimes makes "z" sound like for plurals like pictures but sometimes makes proper s in plural end like facts"
Like k in knight, h in what
Can always be replaced by "k" or sometimes "kw"
Things like too, to, and two or one and won are annoying. They sound the same but are different words.
Words like bass that can either be the fish or the deep sound from your stereo.
For most plurals you add -s or -es to the end. But sometimes this is not the case like with "children" or "moose"