The English language has adopted many words from other languages. That can be frustrating when trying to spell words correctly. I hope this article is helpful to you.
In a recent post I discussed the letter c and the sounds it represents in English words. I said that the English letter c “does not have a sound of its own.”
A reader pointed out that in other languages that use the Roman alphabet, c has a distinctive, palatal sound. So it has, and English has appropriated some Italian words in which the letter c does represent that sound, for example, click here to read the rest of this informative article.