Project to create a fictional language combining obsolete English words and grammar with modern language. Discusses words, grammar, spelling.
Maintenance group for Simplified Technical English. Features history, members, frequently asked questions, distribution.
Respelled and simplified form of English. Includes alphabet, preface to book by Ruby Olive Foulk.
The English language without the verb to be. Features tutorials, pros and cons, traps, resources.
Research presentation. Contrasts features of Western Indo-European grammar and E-Prime.
Essay. Argues that some common E-Prime constructions ignore the spirit of E-Prime.
Academic article about Caterpillar English. Discusses the language's history, characteristics, development, benefits and challenges.
English dialect with a vocabulary of 1,500 words. Features introductory video, dictionaries, online courses, book, online shop.
Research article. Compares various aspects of Globish and Basic Global English, argues that the latter is superior to the former.
Presents a constructed language claimed to promote the communication of facts in courts of law. Features dictionary, sentence structure, essays.
Controlled language for technical documentation.Introduces the language and advertises training programs.
Article by James D. French. Presents ten arguments against E-Prime, a modified version of English without the verb "to be".
Controlled language used to publish Christian texts for non-native English speakers. Discusses vocabulary, syntax, production tools, pros and cons.
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