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when to use K and C in words...?

just wondering when can i use k and c in words like kitten and cat? im sure no spells it like citten and kat.. thanks in advance...

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    there are spelling and phonetic rules, e.g. if in a word there's a "c" and the next leter is "i" or "e" the "c" would sound like an "s", but if it is any other later it would sound like a "k": San Francisco= San Fransisko; the use of the K is just how the word is spelled, you cannot change kitten for citten or it would sound "sitten" like kilo for cilo, it would sound "silo"

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  • pavick
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    There are undoubtedly plenty of phrases using some of the letters, but making use of all the letters there is no such phrase. I checked three online anagram internet sites and all of them had no outcome. Sorry.

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