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When I visited Bulgaria, it was hard for me to make my way through everyday interactions like finding a restaurant because Bulgarians don’t use the same alphabet we do. I found out the symbols for sounds such as ‘p’, ‘ee,’ ‘t,’ ‘s,’ and ‘uh.’ Suddenly I could see words on signs, words such as ‘pizza’ and ‘Internet.’ Thankfully, Bulgarians spell phonetically, so there was no mystery to sounding out words.
They use the Cyrillic alphabet, the one with a backwards capital R as a regular letter. The symbol that looks like a Roman numeral two with no line on the bottom always sounds like ‘p.’ It doesn’t matter what other letters are next to it. A recent study released by the English Spelling Society reveals that the Web has not only wholly altered the English language, but has turned us into a culture of misspellers.
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230pp including notes, bibliography and index 709021 Price: 9.95 GBP Chaplen, Frank A Course in Intermediate Scientific English: Teachers Book Evans Brothers Ltd 1981 0237505142 / 9780237505141 Staple bound card covers Very Good Illustrated with black-and-white diagrams and tables 100pp. Profile Books 2004 Hardback with dust wrapper Good to Very Good Very Good Illustrated in black-and-white Ex-School or Ex-College library with bookplate, stamps and usual imperfections . Appears virtually unread, and would be Near Fine/Near Fine if it wasn't ex-Library 773051 Price: 4.95 GBP Copley, Gordon J Names and Places: With a short dictionary of common or well-known place-names Phoenix House 1963 First Edition Hardback without dust wrapper Very Good Some foxing to page edges.Internet chatrooms and social networking sites are encouraging children to spell words incorrectly, new research suggests.A paper released by the English Spelling Society concludes that the internet has revolutionised the English language, and made misspelling the norm. Complete from the Beginning or Developing with Time? The Poverty-of-the-stimulus Argument and Second Language Acquisition.