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Since I'm constantly learning example sentences Thai children use in school ( Ã Â´Ã§Â¡Ã¤Â·Ã‚Â·Ã•Ã¨Ã¢ÃƒÂ§Ã ÃƒÃ•Ã‚Â¹ ), I thought I'd post an example sentence ( Ã ÂªÃ¨Â¹Â»ÃƒÃÃ¢Ã‚Â¤ ) I learned in 7th grade: General Rule: i before e, except after c With the following execptions: "At the height of our foreign power, neither he, nor I, could seize the idea of our weird leisure either." height foreign neither seize weird leisure either Above are the exeptions to the rule. With every other word in the English language, it's i before e, except after c Not as fun as: Ã¤Â¡Ã¨Â¨Ã”Â¡Ã Â´Ã§Â¡ÂµÃ’Ã‚ÂºÂ¹Â»Ã’Â¡Ã¢ÃÃ¨Â§ Â¼Ã•Â½Ã’Â¡Â¢Ã©Ã’Ã‡ÃŠÃ’ÃƒÃ£Ã‹Ã©Â©Ã‘Â¹ Â§Ã™Ã£Ã‹ÂÃ¨Â¹ÃÂ¹ÃÃ‚Ã¨Â³ÃƒÃ”ÃÃ‡Ã‘Â´Ã¢ÃÃŒÃ•Ã¢Ã…Â¡ I currently trying to memorize the paragraph that has the 20 words that use Ã¤ÃÃ©ÃÃ©Ã‡Â¹ ( Ã£ )