It's funny that English comes from England but "sceptic" violates English's own rules of the letter "C." It is to be pronounced like an "S" before an "E" or an "I"
поясніть чому в прикладі - "ти сильний, а він слабкий" артиклі не застосовувались і правильна відповідь "you are strong and he is weak", а в прикладі "ти ідеаліст" - правильна відповідь "you are an idealist"?
E after C changes the sound of the letter from "k" to "s", so it would sound as /sseptiks/. The correct spelling is "skeptics."
It's not exactly this way.
The theory accepted by most scholars is that a different language, Proto-Indo-European, was a common ancestor of both Sanskrit and modern European languages. While Sanskrit is indeed very close to Proto-Indo-European, it’s not the same thing.