phonetic spelling is for those who have no interest in theior native language.
That is an exaggeration
. I LOVE
etymology, but not to take it
to the obsessive point of misspelling words all the time,
adding extra letters ONLY
for historical reasons; that is anti
Words r misspelled if thay r not LOGICALLY
shoud be to SOUND REASONING
as distinct from wasteful, useless tradition.
Man rose to the top of the food chain
and took over this planet, by the use of LOGIC
The lessons learned from seeing the roots of French or Latin or other languages, are quite important.
Ive had my formative years blessed by several nuns who loved to delve into etymological factors.
Etymological delving is a very fine idea,
to stare at, nor to perpetuate, misspellings 24/7/365.
We need not make an obsessive fetish
out of history
by jabbing useless, pointless Ls into woud, coud nor shoud
nor by adding "UGH" to the word tho. No good comes from that.
We need not write like Chaucer (as your reasoning implies).
Anyway, your phonetic (from the Greek :phonetikos, or Latin:phoneticus-a,um)
Spelling F sounds with a ph was always a very, very stupid thing to do,
with no redeeming value.
Teachers poisoned the minds of students by teaching that.
spelling is wholly arbitrary
Thay r MY
posts; I apply my
What do u EXPECT
I spell them the way that thay SOUND
farmerman wrote:OF COURSE !!??
ad is Anglnophonically skewed (besides being inconsistant).
Give it up , it only makes your posts seem irrelevant and somewhat cartoonish
when sometimes you actually make some good points.
When I argue a complex or controversial point, I tend to tone it down somewhat,
but I see no benefit in spelling the word u as "you".
I suspect that everyone in this forum can discern what it means.