Hi! I have a doubt about the "k" sound. I was getting an exercise and I came across with an inexplicable situation.
For example: (I'll not write with the right symbols, jut with normal letters to understand)
Dumb consonant sound | No dumb consonant sound
1 Syllable | 2 Syllables
Grape /greip/ | sake /seiki/
Is this the only one word that has vowel "i" after "k"? I looked for another word at http://dictionary.cambridge.org
but I've just found this word "sake" with "i" after "k". I think it's an exception... what do you think?