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We pronounce most of the characters as if they were words and not characters. For example,"C" is pronounced as "See" but when used in a word, we pronounce it as "K". This is the same case with other characters too.
So my question is, why not pronounce single characters the same way as they are pronounced in words?
In this question, it is answered how we started to pronounce single characters differently. Why not pronounce them in a similar way? It's thus easier to learn for children. Also many(or maybe most) languages use similar pronunciation.
Does anyone know why it evolved in such a way?