primalclaws1974 Posted January 20, 2015 Report Share Posted January 20, 2015 English and Spanish languages are very closely related. Many of their words are spelled similar and although less, many words also sound very similar when spoken. But why is "J" spoken so differently? Is it because a "J" is a relatively knew addition to the alphabet, added to English after the two languages deviated? I read somewhere it is so knew Shakespeare didn't use it. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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