There are no two-letter words that start with "c" that are allowed in the game of Scrabble. Examples of other two-letter words that are accepted in Scrabble include "ab," "bo," "en" and "oe."
There are many three-letter words that start with "c" that are allowed in Scrabble. Examples of these words include "cee," "chi," "cis" and "coz." Free printable lists of accepted two- and three-letter words are available online from Hasbro.com, as of 2015. A list of "q" words that do not have the letter "u" in them is also available. Using two- and three-letter words in Scrabble helps boost the score.
Other free printable resources for Scrabble provided by Hasbro.com include score sheets, a tile tracker and an official results slip. The tournament rule guide may also be printed. Additionally, Hasbro.com features a word checker and word builder for help during play.
There are many strategies that may be used to become an expert Scrabble player. Sometimes it is important to think about the tiles that are left behind after playing a word. Playing short words may save the tiles needed for a big score while playing long words with little value may help refresh the letters on the rack. Playing parallel words is also a good idea because points are scored for every word that is formed.