Spell-checkers enable the grammatically challenged

October 5, 2005

By the end of elementary school, most students are familiar with spelling jingles such as I before E except after C, but when A or I is the sound, it’s the other way around. It would be great if this rule were true 100 percent of the time; unfortunately, there’s an abundance of words that disagree with this common rhyme.

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