Spelling rules

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Although complex, the rules of French spelling [1] are more highly predictive or valid than those of either English or Danish. Often a given sound can be represented by several orthographic or spelling patterns. For example, the nasal "a" can be written as either -ain or -en. There are also many silent letters in French.