it continues: "but only if x = 0 and you have filled out form 802.11.b in triplicate, had them authorized by the department of phonology after 5 PM on wednesdays, except for holidays, in which case you put the i after t but only if there isn't a g in the word"Originally posted by: Turin39789
but the whole rule is "i before e except after c or as sounded as 'a' as in neighbor or weigh" actually i think there is another line but i only heard it once or twice
There will be exceptions even to full rule, which that is not...and I have to get ready for classes.Originally posted by: Tsaico
I was just trying to think of words where the letter i comes after e, and not following "c". Trying to find that words that don't follow the "I before E, except after C" rule.