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The craziness of English spelling has undeniably perplexed learners, especially in an EFL context as in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In these situations, among other obstacles, learners also have to tackle the perpetual and unavoidable problem of MT interference. Sadly, this perplexity takes the shape of a real problem in the language classroom where the English teacher has a tough time rationalizing with the learners why 'cough' is not spelt as /kuf/ or 'knee' has to do with a silent /k/. Itdoi:10.7575/aiac.alls.v.7n.1p.203 fatcat:dmhs75vsm5cszdul64k4izwzm4