I am not a good speller.
There it is - the whole truth.
"I" be for "E" except after "C" and all of the thousands of exceptions is no help when one is bilingual and the i and the e issue are reversed in that language.
Someone told me "Eisenhower's Niece" - does that work in English too?
But the worst part is - the bricks should be revealed, not revieled - because that's not even a word.
Please forgive my bad spelling and my mixed up grammar as you read my posts. Thanks.
Now. . . which box is that dictionary in. . . .