Hello, everyone. I realised something. (Sorry, I'm writing in regular English.) There are more things we must do than simply reform the wordstock. 1. Get rid of all Latinate synonyms. 2. Reform vocabulary, including names of countries and cities, by not looking at MHG. Then English is just German with different spellings. We must look at wordstock all the way from Old English and PgmC and "evolve" the words from there to form proper English words. 3. "Arm," for example, originally means "poor." These original Germanic meanings must be used in the reform. 4. Compound words, without spaces. It's what the Germanic languages are all about. We will combine six words if we need to, to make a new one, but we should try not to keep words that long, but the limit for compound words shall be unlimited. All kinds of nouns, from common to proper will not have spaces for compunds words. "South Africa" becomes "Southafrica." 5. Latin names for science and law should have native translations, but still must be accepted in international contexts. 6. Reform pronunciations. We don't need a million phonemes for each letter. Each letter is pronounced only one way, that matches the Old English and Germanic pronounciations and 7. Get rid of the Latin alphabet and bring back Fuþorc (The Anglo-Saxon variant of Fuþark). Keep the original names of runes, or just translate their names to the modern English counterparts, provided that there are now native words to use, starting with that same letters/phonemes. By bringing back Fuþark, the reform is clear and compete and the other Germanic languages must soon follow. By doing this we are reforming spelling as well, because silent letters are a load of nonsense. There must still be digraphs, though. 8. Bring back the case, but not gender, system. This will give the speaker more power on putting emphasis on the object, for example. This must be evolved from old English. We already have the 's genitive case. 9. Optionally, we can decide to bring back the V2 word order, or we can allow English to be free that way, in terms of word order. The essence of both English and V2 order are the same: Subject, Verb, Object. Since we'll have cases, there won't be confusion, no matter what order we use. 10. Verb conjugations must be the same for every verb, except of course, the verb "to be." Like German and Dutch, the infinitive form must be clear with the ending "en." An old/middle English verb conjugation must be used. 11. The continuous tense too must be simplified. With the simplified reformed verb spellings, the "-en" of an infinitive must change to "-ing." 12. Due to reformed spellings, the only thing seperating different dialects of (standard) English will he slang unique to each dialect. I suppose over there we will allow borrowing from other languages, especially in a nation that has many different languages spoken as first ones. 13. Adjectives should inflect for case, along with nouns. 14. Umlaut and ablaut should be considered in the reform, "s" and "x" are for French plurals. Plurals should end with "e" etc. as they do in other Germanic languages, but speakers should be able to determine a plural form, even if he/she doesn't know what the plural form is. Plurals are quite difficult in German, but even there, there are rules to follow, albeit not so easy. 15. Grammar change, to more Germanic grammar. Instead of "there is/are," we will say "it gives," just like the German "es gibt." 16. We will use the name "English," not "Anglish." The name "English" belongs to us, not the Anglo-Normans. We will not be afraid to use our tung's real name. 17. These rules will make English easier to learn and teach, saving time, which in turn saves money for government education departments, well, you get my point? Anything else that must be added, you must add it! Everything and anything we can do to reform English will be done!

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