I love the crazy idiosyncrasies of English.
Some of my awful answers:
- Explanation of silent 'g' in paradigm
- Why does “signature” have a “g” sound but “sign” doesn't?
- Cellar door - the most beautiful English word?
- wHaT iS tHiS kINd oF cApITaLisAtIoN caLLeD?
- Word for educated ignorant.
- Hoose meaning house?
- Why do science and conscience have different pronunciations?
- Why don't we double 'k' in cooking
- When is L doubled?
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