Good question! But don't you mean c as s or c as k?Are there any pronouncation rules For C as c and C as k
Generally speaking, when e comes after (follows) the c the c is pronounced as s. That is especially true when a vowel precedes the c. Examples: race, space, nice, twice, since, wince.
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