Group of Same Letters Opening with the Alphabet ‘C’ in the Different Words of English Language Have Different Pronunciations: A Justificational Study
The present research article highlights the group of same letters opening with the alphabet ‘C’ in the different words of English language having different pronunciations. The group of same letters opening with the alphabet ‘C’ in the different words of English language, having different pronunciations, are 43 in numbers which are: ca, cce, ccla, cco, ccu, ce, ch, cha, che, chi, cho, chri, chro, chu, ci, cia, cka, cke, cla, cle, clea, cli, clie, clo, co, coa, coe, con, coo, cou, cqui, cra, cre, crea, cri, cro, cru, cry, cta, cti, ctro, cu and cy. The group of same letters opening with the select alphabet of ‘C’ in the different words of English language, having different pronunciations, have been written with examples including words and phonetic transcriptions which will help to acquire the proficiency over the select area of study. Conclusion and references have been included.
Keywords: Acquire, area, help, proficiency, study, written.
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