English words with different Pronunciation from its spellings create confusions while learning English in the beginning.

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Why the pronunciation of English words are so different from its spelling? Why can’t most of the English spelling be spelled as it is seen? Is there actual need of any pronunciation rule for this language?  Really, this is big difficulties for those who don’t have much more idea about English more than ABCD.  Many other language just like Marathi, Hindi etc in India, have no such kind of confusion. Anyone can read Marathi / Hindi words just by identifying its alphabets-structure.  Such thing doesn’t happen in English language.

 

 

There are different kinds of pronunciation rules which are taught in advanced level training of spoken English which leave so many beginners in confusion whether to speak particular word like this or like that? In short, in English language, one single word can be pronounced by two to three different ways.  For eg. Circus is spelled as (), Public, push, Hero Hell, Box Ball, Door Poor, Little, Label etc.  Why one particular alphabet is not there for specific kind of pronunciation in this language?

 

sIn such way, learning English language is too much hard in its initial stage just because of confusion creating pronunciation of its words.