Back in elementary school we were all taught the rhyme and rule "i before e except after c" to help us spell words like "friend" and "receive." While the rule works in these examples, I always scratched my head over the many others such as "ancient", "abeigh" and the class across the hall "science." So is this rule actually helping or is it inefficient?
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