Once when Srila Prabhupada was lecturing, he demonstrated how Sanskrit is a superior language, by comparing it to the English language. He said the pronunciation in Sanskrit doesn’t vary, whereas English, a conglomerate of many tongues, is illogical in terms of pronunciation. He used the examples of “beauty,” “put,” and “but” to show how a seemingly similar word can be pronounced differently. To further his case, he pointed out that the vowel sound “u” in the words “few,” “foot,” and “cut,” is pronounced differently.