The English language is a beautiful thing. Given the context alone, the same series of letters used in a row can make a multitude of unique sounds, and a whole host of different meanings can be derived simply from one sound – take "there," for example. One of those patterns above of letters that can form a plethora of different sounds is "ough." Whether at the start, middle, or end of a word, this one syllable can create a handful of unique noises like "uff," "owe," and "awt" phonetically. How many can you locate right now in this "ough"-inspired word search?