English is a hot mess. Why is it "teak," but then "steak"?
That's rhetorical, but English is so full of such nonsense, it makes helping kids learn to read both amusing and nightmarish.
I mean, seriously, "lead" and "lead"? Ugh.

@icarus then there are high winds today but the road winds around the hill then wound through a forest where you tripped and suffered a wound...

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