No one ever said English was logical. Or logically phonetic, for that matter. This is why we have words that look the similar, but sound completely different, e.g., beard and heard, words that look different but sound the same e.g. raze (to demolish) and raise (to lift). And to make matters worse, sometimes words that are spelt the same are pronounced differently depending on their meaning e.g. row (a line) and row (a fight). There´s no rhyme or reason! Well, maybe there is some rhyme... See if you can find the word that doesn´t sound like the...
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