Let's Write English... 2!

Let's Write English... 2!
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Let's Write English... 2!
We are creating a very new language by, one post at a time, defining or changing a basic grammar or spelling or whatnot rule! When you do so, make sure to give an example so we can see how it may crop up in the wild.

Try and remember to follow as many rules as you can, but there's no penalty for breaking one since we ain't proscriptivists here. If there gets so many rules everyone starts forgetting some, I'll invest in a rule compendium, but for now, do your best!

If you're having trouble making the definition of your new rule be remotely intelligible, there's no shame in writing it out in symbology or even plain English, but try to avoid this.
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rule new: adjectives after nouns, always
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Nouns all that end in [sound vowel + s] in the plural must now end in [sound vowel + ns].

Example: When we were passing by the farms, we saw a herd of cowns grazing between the treens oak.
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RULE: I after E, except after C.

EXAMPLE: My freinds good Tim and Frank are studying science in the library.
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Rule: Instead of using "do not," verbs used negatively are conjugated as [verb + n't].

Example: I liken't moveins horror, so I will gon't with you guyns; the time last I saw one, I screamedn't once.
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New rule: look to the future. No more past tense.

In 1999, the toens big of all the presidents American dead are gone. Also I am born.
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New rule: Namens proper must begin AND end with letterns capital.

ThomaS has a house wonderful, and he will selln't it.
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Rule: [ck] -> [kk]

Example: The bakk of library JoshuA's is pakked with books thikk containing castles and knights and issuens pacing major.
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rule new: every case of <not>, wherever it is in its respective phrase, must be replaced with the contraction <x + n't>, where x is the word it is modifying. this includes <n't>s from normal contractions

ex: this orange is orangen't, it's azure, therefore, it's an orangen't, it's an azure
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Rule new: articlens indefinite (a and an) are to be replaced with [one]

The day other, I meet one bear, out in the woods, away out there
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Rule new: order of adjective typens in sentence with adjective multiplens is reversed. Adjectivensn't now go quantity, quality, size, age, shape, colour, adjective proper, purpose, but now go purpose, adjective proper, colour, shape, age, size, quality, quantity.


Example: In day hence I plukk applens cooking Irish red round old big wonderful five. I use them to make pie old big one.
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Rule 1 -- Adjectivens Always After Nouns
Rule 2 -- Nouns plural like .*[aeiouy?]s become .*[aeiouy?]ns
Rule 3 -- I after E, except after C.
Rule 4 -- Negativens n't alwayns.
Rule 5 -- Prohibitten se past.
Rule 6 -- Namens also endca pitalized.
Rule 7 -- [ck] to [kk].
Rule 8 -- [n't] attaches to word modifeid.
Rule 9 -- Articlens to [one].
Rule A -- Adjective order to: Purpose, adjective proper, colour, shape, age, size, quality, quantity.

Rule New (B) -- Verbs ending in [b, k, d, g, t, ch] takessyl lable of word following except when finishing sentence before modifications other, but for "one" suffix instead [on] taking care to repeathn't [o], and for "and" instead [an].

Example:

Henceforth, I capturedon opportunity honored for one adventure exciting, to catchon creature large in ruination overt but distantn't, which be coveredan blokkedby one timens deepest and dusts farthest.

At timens certain, one desert opens one amount, "trillion five," of one sand which shines from above up, casting shadowns darkenedon to here ahead.
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Rule New ©: "The" is only to be usedbe fore nouns large. For nouns small, you must use "Theed." Your definition of large and small may vary.

Example: The idea is great, I can stressn'this enough, but theed problem teensy with the plan is theed club is broke and none of us can affordon flight around the globe to collectheed grapes greatest.
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Rule 1 -- Adjectivens Always After Nouns
Rule 2 -- Nouns plural like .*[aeiouy?]s become .*[aeiouy?]ns
Rule 3 -- I after E, except after C.
Rule 4 -- Negativens alwaynsn't.
Rule 5 -- Prohibitten s'past.
Rule 6 -- Namens also endca pitalized.
Rule 7 -- [ck] t'[kk].
Rule 8 -- [n't] attaches t'word modifeid.
Rule 9 -- Articlens t'[one].
Rule A -- Adjective order thence: purpose, adjective proper, colour, shape, age, size, quality, quantity.
Rule B -- Verbs ending with [b, k, d, g, t, ch] takessyl lable o'word following except when finishing sentence before modifications other, bu'for "one" suffix instead [on] taking care t'repeathn't [o], an'for "and" instead [an].
Rule © -- "The" 'sonly t'b'usedbe for'nouns large. Fo'nouns small, yo'must use "Theed." Your definition o'large an'small ma'vary.

Rule New (D) -- After applying rulens previous, words o'syllablens single an'fewer than letters four contractin t'theed word following except i'break obvious, replacing letter final with apostrophe, excepting [is] which becomes ['s].

Example: Long from away fa'b'peans o'pain o'th'pyramids orange fa'far.
Fo'on'bit, th'path enduring walkedtour their patina eternal, after on'circlens fe'stepping forward u'an'down fo'that duration.
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Rule new:



Adverbns follow thier verb, separate b'dash an'i'thier form noun (o'approximation).
Example: Gon't-gent into that night good.


Example 2: H'smiles-happiness.
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Rule 1 -- Adjectivens Always After Nouns
Rule 2 -- Nounsito plural like .*[aeiouy?]s become .*[aeiouy?]ns
Rule 3 -- I after E, except after C.
Rule 4 -- Negativens alwaynsn't.
Rule 5 -- Prohibitten s'past.
Rule 6 -- Namensito also endca pitalized.
Rule 7 -- [ck] t'[kk].
Rule 8 -- [n't]ito attaches t'word modifeid.
Rule 9 -- Articlens t'[one].
Rule A -- Adjective order thence: purpose, adjective proper, colour, shape, age, size, quality, quantity.
Rule B -- Verbsito ending with [b, k, d, g, t, ch] takessyl lable o'word following except when finishing sentence before modifications other, bu'for "one" suffix instead [on] taking care t'repeathn't [o], an'for "and" instead [an].
Rule © -- "The"ito 'st'b'used-one before nouns large. Fo'nounsito small, yo'must use "Theed." Your definitionito o'large an'small ma'vary.
Rule D -- Wordsito o'syllablensito single an'fewer than letters four contractin t'theed word following except i'break obvious, erasingtheed letter final, excepting [is] t'['s].
Rule E -- Adverbnsito follow thier verb, separate b'dash an'i'thier form noun.

Rule New (F): Theed nounito subject main o'on'verb, after pluralization, have [ito] appended t'theed end, replacingtheed vowel final i'i'ends i'one.

Example: The peoplito wh'own this store known'thow on'businessito 'srun; they even known'thow their ow'shoensito ar'teid.
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Rule 1 -- Adjectivens Always After Nouns
Rule 2 -- Nounsito plural like .*[aeiouy?]s .*[aeiouy?]ns nounbecome
Rule 3 -- I after E, except after C.
Rule 4 -- Negativens alwaynsn't.
Rule 5 -- Tense past tenhibit.
Rule 6 -- Namensito also capitalized namend.
Rule 7 -- [ck] t'[kk].
Rule 8 -- [n't]ito t'word modifeid n'ttaches.
Rule 9 -- Articlens t'[one].
Rule A -- Adjective order thence: purpose, adjective proper, colour, shape, age, size, quality, quantity.
Rule B -- Verbsito ending with [b, k, d, g, t, ch] syllable o'word following verbtakes except when finishing sentence before modifications other, bu'for "one" instead [on] yousuffix taking care t'repeathn't [o], an'for "and" instead [an].
Rule © -- "The"ito 'st'b'before nouns large used-one. Fo'nounsito small, yo'"Theed" youse-mustment. Your definitionito o'large an'small ma'devary.
Rule D -- Wordsito o'syllablensito single an'fewer than letters four wordtractin t'theed word following except i'break obvious, theed letter final wordrasing, excepting [is] t'['s].
Rule E -- Adverbnsito their verb adfollow, separated b'dash an'i'their form noun.
Rule F -- Theed nounito subject main o'on'verb, after pluralization, have [ito] nounppendedto theed end, theed vowel final i'i'ends i'one nounplacing.

Rule New (G) -- Verbsito except [be] an'it'forms somewhere after words affected-immediation al'verbgo-mustment, an't'relations huhmaintain, th'syllable first o'th'verb with that o'th'actor youreplace, except when i'ha'fewer than syllables three i'which case prepend. Fo'actor unknown [huh] youprepend.

Example: Wito twain th'waterns lighted parted mobile weroamed-thusment, weduring-drunkard. Othernsito each beneath obent, i'th'vale panoramic languorous long.
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Rule 1 -- Adjectivens Always After Nouns
Rule 2 -- Nounsito plural like .*[aeiouy?]s .*[aeiouy?]ns nounbecome
Rule 3 -- I after E, except after C.
Rule 4 -- Negativens alwaynsn't.
Rule 5 -- Tense past tenhibit.
Rule 6 -- Namensito also capitalized namend.
Rule 7 -- [ck] t'[kk].
Rule 8 -- [n't]ito t'word modifeid n'ttaches.
Rule 9 -- Articlens t'[one].
Rule A -- Adjective order thence: purpose, adjective proper, colour, shape, age, size, quality, quantity.
Rule B -- Verbsito ending with [b, k, d, g, t, ch] syllable o'word following verbtakes except when finishing sentence before modifications other, bu'for "one" instead [on] yousuffix taking care t'repeathn't [o], an'for "and" instead [an].
Rule © -- "The"ito 'st'b'before nouns large used-one. Fo'nounsito small, yo'"Theed" youse-mustment. Your definitionito o'large an'small ma'devary.
Rule D -- Wordsito o'syllablensito single an'fewer than letters four wordtractin t'theed word following except i'break obvious, theed letter final wordrasing, excepting [is] t'['s].
Rule E -- Adverbnsito their verb adfollow, separated b'dash an'i'their form noun.
Rule F -- Theed nounito subject main o'on'verb, after pluralization, have [ito] nounppendedto theed end, theed vowel final i'i'ends i'one nounplacing.
Rule G -- Verbsito except [be] their predicate verbpostcede. Syllablito first o'it'actor (or [huh] i'actor unknown) syllable first o'verb sylreplace i'verbito 'sthree syllables o'more, sylprecede-other.

Rule New (H): Theed endingito [er] o'on'adjective comparative 's-stead [ing]. Theed endingito [est] o'on'adjective superlative 's-stead [ed].

Example: I th'storito t'sadding an'more tragic storget meexpect, bu'i'th'end I th'laugh bigged an' most boisterous o'm'life melet out.
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Dr. Andrea Fifty's English to English 2 Guide for Anthropologists, Linguists and Tourists:

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godito m'godFUKKthat work on'LOT workwas
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Rule new: Yoito D rule ma'b'youusen't i'emphasis emphquire.

Example:
Ito weed on'LOT weedsmokenight last
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rule new: Wherever on'soundito vowel mi'central huhoccurs, itito with's theed symbol <@> itreplaced. I'there s'voweln't, on'<@> th'consonant onreplaces just before theed sound.
example: tak@n, @bout, penc@l, mem@ry, s@pply, sib@l, rhyt@m
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Rule 1 -- Adjectivens Always After Nouns
Rule 2 -- Nounsito plur@l like .*[vow@lsound]s .*[vow@lsound]ns nounbicume
Rule 3 -- I after E, except after C.
Rule 4 -- Negativens al't'appropriate usage o'[n't].
Rule 5 -- Tense past tenhobot.
Rule 6 -- Namensito also capit@lized namind.
Rule 7 -- [ck] t'[kk].
Rule 8 -- [n't]ito t'word modifeid n'ttechis.
Rule 9 -- Articl@ns t'[one].
Rule A -- Adjective order thence: purp@se, adjective proper, c@lour, shape, age, size, quality, quantity.
Rule B -- Verbsito ending with [b, k, d, g, t, ch] syll@ble o'word following verbtekes except when finishing sentence before modificat@ns @ther, b@'for [one] instead [on] youswffox tekong care t'repeathn't [o], an'for [and] instead [an].
Rule © -- "The"ito 'st'b'before nouns large used-one. Fo'nounsito small, yo'"Theed" yowse-mustment. Your definit@nito o'large an'small ma'devary.
Rule D -- Wordsito o'syll@blensito single an'fewer than letters four wordtrectIN t'theed word following except i'break obvi@s, theed letter final wordresong, excepting [is] t'['s].
Rule E -- Adverbnsito their verb adfulluw, separated b'dash a'their form noun.
Rule F -- Theed nounito subject main o'on'verb, after pluralization, heve [ito] nounppendedto theed end, theed vowel final i'i'ends i'one nounplecong.
Rule G -- Verbsito except [be] and forms, their predicate verbpustcide. Syll@blito first o'it'actor (or [huh] i'actor unknown) syll@ble first o'verb sylroplece i'verbito 'sthree syllables o'more, sylpricide-other.
Rule H -- Theed endingito [er] o'on'adjective comparative 's-stead [ing]. Theed endingito [est] o'on'adjective superl@tive 's-stead [ed].
Rule I -- Yoito D rule ma'b'youusen't i'emph@sis emphquore.
Rule J -- Vowelito mi'central (schwa) sound with [@] youroplece. Fo'vowelsito unsounded, th'cons@n@nt preceding roplece.

Rule New K -- In verbs subjunctive an'imperative, vowelsito voiced i'th'mouth vowmuve. Spelling t'make i'clear youchenge.

Example: Allerose! Airy sabernsito u'sadally! @sito lauded t'lead allcerre, a'ou'ears allstrake. Morning around, allrilise an't'th's@mmit allmuve, save fo'th'fellows stoutest - u'elloghtin, an's'long.
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Rule New:

Fo'nouns plurala, th'adjectivito adplur@lizes too, with th'suffix "-a" o' "-ya."

Example: Th'threadns fineya threglisten-softness i'theed light.
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Rule 1 -- Adjectivens Always After Nouns
Rule 2 -- Nounsito plur@la like .*[vow@lsound]s .*[vow@lsound]ns nounbicume
Rule 3 -- I after E, except after C.
Rule 4 -- Negativens al't'appropriate usage o'[n't].
Rule 5 -- Tense past tenhobot.
Rule 6 -- Namensito also capit@lized namind.
Rule 7 -- [ck] t'[kk].
Rule 8 -- [n't]ito t'word modifeid n'ttechis.
Rule 9 -- Articl@ns t'[one].
Rule A -- Adjective order thence: purp@se, adjective proper, c@lour, shape, age, size, quality, quantity.
Rule B -- Verbsito ending with [b, k, d, g, t, ch] syll@ble o'word following verbtekes except when finishing sentence before modificat@ns @ther, b@'for [one] instead [on] youswffox tekong care t'repeathn't [o], an'for [and] instead [an].
Rule © -- "The"ito 'st'b'before nouns largeya used-one. Fo'nounsito smalla, yo'"Theed" yowse-mustment. Your definit@nito o'large an'small ma'devary.
Rule D -- Wordsito o'syll@blensito singlea an'fewer than letters foura wordtrectIN t'theed word following except i'break obvi@s, theed letter final wordresong, excepting [is] t'['s].
Rule E -- Adverbnsito their verb adfulluw, separated b'dash a'their form noun.
Rule F -- Theed nounito subject main o'on'verb, after pluralization, heve [ito] nounppendedto theed end, theed vowel final i'i'ends i'one nounplecong.
Rule G -- Verbsito except [be] and forms, their predicate verbpustcide. Syll@blito first o'it'actor (or [huh] i'actor unknown) syll@ble first o'verb sylroplece i'verbito 'sthree syllables o'more, sylpricide-other.
Rule H -- Theed endingito [er] o'on'adjective comparative 's-stead [ing]. Theed endingito [est] o'on'adjective superl@tive 's-stead [ed].
Rule I -- Yoito D rule ma'b'youusen't i'emph@sis emphquore.
Rule J -- Vowelito mi'sound central (schwa) with [@] youroplece. Fo'vowelsito unsoundeda, th'cons@n@nt preceding roplece.
Rule K -- In verbs subjunctivea an'imperativea, vowelsito voiceda i'th'mouth vowmuve.
Rule L -- Fo'nouns plurala, th'adjectivito adplur@lizes too, with th'suffix "-a" o' "-ya."

Rule New M: When t'c@nnectphra se'with verbs, c@nj@nctions coordinatinga al'with [so] ar'@ppended, theed letter fin@l removing, except "so" which with [and] 's@ppended.

Example: It's@me@ne's wall@t lost mefindan s't'give it back mewantb@ s'i''s10:25 soand th@ b@'o'whatever i'@bout t'leave anso It't'miss th'meal an'show mewantn't.
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