Eye love the language, and eye mean no offense hear.
But seriously, who coined the initial words / spellings of the most popular and one of my favourite languages?
Here are some examples that make me wonder:
Chivalry: If they want it to sound like shi-valry, why not spell it Shivalry? They use Chi for words like China, Chimpanzee, Child and Chicken. Imagine how these words would sound now if we go with the "Shi" version.
Then, Than: Do you have any idea how many students score less in exams just because of this E and A confusion? What's the logic?
To, Two, Too: Seriously? The person who did this definitely wanted to earn the title - No one can beat me in English.
I go, They go: Then why She go'es' and He go'es'? Why the discrimination towards He and She?
Who deleted / inserted the U?: So, in some countries favour, saviour, etc. and in other countries favor, savior, etc. Imagine the plight of writers.
Chrysanthemum: Come on now, it has 11 of the 26 letters of the alphabet. Sure I was tempted to search "What Word Uses Every Letter in the Alphabet", thankfully there is no word... yet.
Talking about alphabets, who coined the word ALPHABET? I bet, the person saying ALPHA-BETa-theta slept midway, someone overheard and coined the word.
Okay, that's eat four now... I mean that's it for now. See you around the A-Z Blogging challenge.