I most certainly don't agree. I suggest you read up on Hebrew and English phonology. I can recommend "An introduction to Phonology" by Francis Katamba
ISBN 0-582-29150-X which is used in the first semester of linguistics over here. Learn something instead of just repeating what some dude won an
argument with two years ago that none seems to have been able to counter. Well, I certainly have no problems refuting your bollocks. It's not even
remotely as simple as you say it is.
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