good day

ye willen onset (fix) english , yet ye 'violate' some basic/fundamental'/defining english laws , hwich if man not followe (present subjunctive, not an error) these, then i believe there is no point in a revived english . If i made english indo-european, it is the same thing as germanic english. to say otherwise is a paradox. old english/proto-germanic are indo-european , if thou looke at latin, old english is basically latin but with stronge verbs and grimms law. well, here goes...

first, indefinate stuff

tho (plural the) words anyone,someone,nobody etc... are a harmquide (insult , from old english hearmcwid) to english. (most tungen ( tung is a -n stem feminine noun, so is the old latin word, dingua...huh are gender neutral), thesewords beganen in the 70s with  feminism .the rihte words are -no man , some man , any man , every man,- the word man means man , but when indefinate, person, one,human. he (man) is only spoken like this when indefinate. there were/are no words in old english/proto-germanic/proto-indo-european/right english that beshowen (represent,display) the two genders as one unit. a maiden would never say, i am a goode person, or i am a goode man , but i am a goode maiden . with what i quoth before, this quide is 100% wrong and harmful to englishe- someone left their book/someone left his or her book . the righte way ( i have kjv bible/shakespeare/chaucer/henry ford sources to proove this to any unbelievere, dative singular, also, what about the saying, it is every man for himself ) is some man left his book here . this follows the english/old english/proto-germanic/proto-indo-european law that when the gender is unknown , he is spoken . mannish means personal/humanly. the word folk truly means tribe , while men means people ( all men are created equal, any man?) the masculine is spoken for general/group. with that, -er (speaker,worker) is the masculine ending, while -ster(-steren plural) is feminine. yes, that means lawn mower is he.

deal two

wer means man,warrior,champion,hero. goom also means man . the word douth means greatness, noble,strength, but also man

there are no words for female leader as the word queen at first meant woman.

also, in old english, there were no wedding or a man was never married there were brideleaps and the man got a wife- also, the words dating,girlfriend,boyfriend,engaged,fiancee are not indo-european. man either had or not had a wife

mr/mrs are not indo-european or any other formal words, such as please. it is done on the speakers rearde (voice,sound,-e is dative singular)

also. can means to know how to , may means to be able to , mote ( past is must) means have to

dare (past singular is durst) meanss to be allowed to    will means want/ shall means modality, or how we mostly speaken will

'myn anglish tawk' i mean any one is not an indo-european concept, it is swith obvious that is is 'from old english, same goes for 'girlfriend, dating, etc... i look at it more cultural ly, also, end this 'there are the english, then there are the latin speakers'  let's come together, we/they are european

this is all i may handle for now, i am not angry or upset, i will (want to ) help you 

also, not forgeteth ( plural imperitive) that language is culture", and that this stuff beshows the western high/traditional culture

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