1. Jake Pentland

    I wonder whether th will change or not. Since it is already pronounced as ‘s’, ‘t’, ‘f’, ‘v’, ‘θ’, ‘ð’. I suppose one of the issues is the fact that English is pronounced differently across the world but is understood through one writing system, albeit with a few regional differences. But take the U.K., there isn’t a standard way of pronouncing ‘u’, it varies according to one’s accent. But with a standard spelling system everyone is understood, at least in writing

  2. ahalan waaselan

    i tink it wud luk laik dis

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