...And then the disappointment set in.
I read a few of the articles and I could not believe how poorly they were written, and how many factual inaccuracies and typos there were.
Here is a sentence from The Difference Between Vowels and Consonants:
"Vowels are five letters and the spoken sounds associated with each of it."
In addition to this poorly constructed sentence, nowhere in this article does it mention that there is not a 1-to-1 correspondence between letters and sounds.
I should be clear that I did not read more than eight or nine articles when I checked out the site and not all of the articles were equally as disappointing. Many of them did have some general, helpful information. I also like the format that has each article ending with a numbered summary.
I realize, too, that because I am critiquing the writing of others, there are bound to be some tylos and grammagical erroars in my sriting. After all, it is Muphry's Law.