+1 And excuse my ignorance but shouldn't you just learn the different types of 3 cycles and get fluent with those rather than learning algorithms for all cases?
lol why so long?
I dislike it. It's an unnatural abbreviation in English because the pronunciation of "algorithm" puts no accent on "go," so that <o> is short (so [O]) (and in fact often reduced to a schwa in fast speech). Writing "algo" makes it seem like the <o> is long.
In both languages, it is true that "alg" is not a valid syllable structure (in "algorithm," the g belongs to the second syllable). It probably doesn't feel weird in English because "calque" for example is allowed and because /l/ is velarized and so arguably allows the voiced [g] more naturally. French of course has "calque," but French systematically uses a clear [l], which arguably makes the [g] more unnatural. So "algo," which unlike in English has the same vowel (or at most a slight difference in height) as in "algorithme," sounds better.
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