A follow up to my last post on spelling. I’m a big advocate on reforming English spelling and grammar so that it makes more sense and follows pronunciation more. Fewer silly rules and exceptions. More universal rules.
The Letter “C”
Sometimes it makes an “s” sound (circus), other times it makes a “k” sound. Make up your mind! It should be mostly removed from English. The only time it should be used is with a combination of “ch”.
Old ———————- My way
Chronological makes even less sense than most words, since it has a “ch” which is pronounced like a “k”. Pronounced as it’s written it would be Chuh-ron-o-logical.
The Letter “Q”
I love the letter “Q”. I really do. It’s a really nice looking letter. So I’m more hesitant to replace this letter. However, it really does just make a “Kw” sound.
I don’t know. I still rather like “Q”.
But it looks wrong!”
That’s just because you’re used to it. There’s no “right” or “wrong” merely “agreed upon”. Rules for spelling and grammar are completely made up. They’re standards that have been proposed and then accepted. All I’m saying is that we should propose new rules. Rules that make more sense.
Writing about music is easy. Sometimes I just want to sit and listen to music and share it. Maybe I should create a separate music blog for that?
I make zero pretensions that I’m some kind of expert. I don’t really know much about music terminology or history. I just post stuff I listen to and like.