4.2.1.1.2 Pronounced regularly, written irregularly

Following some examples for a change in the written form, but this is only done for to keep the pronunciation regular. A g before an a, o, u is pronounced differently therefore an e is added. A c before an a, o, u is pronounced like k, therefore c changes to ç to keep the pronuncation regular.
  c + i, e = s
menacer = to threat
  certainement = surely
  cigarette = cigarette

  c + a, o, u = k
caisse = cashier
  con = stupid
  cuisse = leg

  g +i, e = sh
genou = knee
  gigantesque = gigantic
  argent = money





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