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WILLIAMS EASY GRAMMAR

5a. THE NEED TO REFORM ENGLISH GRAMMAR Compared to many other languages, English grammar is fairly easy to learn. For example, English has only two inflected forms of each verb tense, compared to four to six forms in French and Spanish, … Continue reading

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Why English Spelling is Difficult

6. WHY ENGLISH SPELLING IS SO DIFFICULT Even more than the inconsistencies of English grammar, the characteristic of English that most holds it back from being an effective means of global communication is its chaotic spelling. English has more spelling inconsistencies … Continue reading

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WILLIAMS EASY SPELLING

WILLIAMS RESPELLING SYSTEM                          UPDATED     January 18, 2011 This respelling system is based on the 55 basic sounds of English. One letter consistently symbolizes one–and only one–sound. The lower case letter is used for the most common sound of that letter. … Continue reading

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How to Implement Easy English

HOW TO IMPLEMENT EASY ENGLISH IN THE 21st CENTURY When mechanical typewriters were first invented in the 188Os, the keys of vowels were arranged on the center row.  As typists gained skill, their rapid finger movements caused the center keys … Continue reading

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