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Making English More Phonetical, Poetic and

Authentic
Or:

Wordlettery, Heartfelt & Sheedcantly.


Through a few simple changes.
1. Anglifying words.
a) Brook words that are inborn, instead of words that have been inferried.
The wordstock that is there should, at the very least, edstowe all other
words, whose brook arent for lorely things.
Thus: inborn, not native, and inferried instead of imported.
b) If we will go further, we should eye for edhuing even the worldkenwords.
In that fall, our wordstock becomes filled with words such as sourstuff
instead of oxygen.
2. Infaying (adding) the stemmed - eth and unstemmed - thorn
These bookstaves, following as the eth (great . small ) and the thorn
(great , small ) would make our swettling (pronunciation) of words more
understandber.
It helps new learners of English to find the undersheds (differences) in
swettling of each word, as well, and so forbetters their onewording
(integration) within the English-speaking fellowship.
It can be found as well, that the Icelandish folk does neither brook
anywhere at the beginning of a word, nor anywhere at the end of a word.
If we were to do this as well, we could see more evenwayish
understanding and henceforth we can learn the tongues of the Theedish
and the Netherlandish in a smoother way.
3. A wordlettery spelling.
This deal will be the hardest to inferry, since it does dwine insight and
knowing of English words. However, if the new spelling comes and
happens/beorths for a few years straight on, and keeps on, it will in time
and outendly, get its way. The new, wordlettery spelling then will be
melded into the English tongue as its own, and go on as the new
benchmark/standard.
Therefore, if this third and last bit goes by in all well and fine, a new
headward (chapter, phase) of English will have opened and the new
forthshaft for our tongue is born into being, for its all-everlasting
undyingness

4. (Might it be?)
If after 3 (or even better, before!), there is a mayheed to faringly (by
chance) do it, then we can also begin to swettle words as they are spoken.
Do not say thoot for thought for byspell, but thocht where the ch is like
in the Scottisch loch. Then brickwordlorely (etymological) kinships, at last,
will endily become truth and wareness! Hurray!

Forbealds (examples) of each Headward.


1. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They
are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one
another in a spirit of brotherhood.
becomes:
All men are born free and in evenhood, in both medemness ("dignity,
worth") and rights. Sye are gifted with inthought and inwit, and should
behave towards each other in a way of brotherhood.
2. All men are born free and in evenhood, in bo medemness and rights.
Sye are gifted wi inought and inwit, and should behave towards each
oer in a way of broerhood.
3. All men r brn free and in yvenhd, in bo mydemness and ryts. Se r
gyftid wi inauht and inwit, and shuld bheif tuwrds eatch oer in
wy of broerhd.
4. See above.

Another Mark on Point Three: How spelling altogether


frothers.
3. The wordlettery spelling shifts, grounding upon the sounds themselves.
But how it will, is to these things.
The Altheedish/Worldwide Tonguesounds Forband (ATF/WTF, for IPA
International Phonetic Association) and its sounds will settle that.
Any sounds that are already there, will in the words become as:
Clinkers (Vowels) :
Silent e at the end of words goes away.
ei - now written as ey
ai - nowwritten as y

// - stays the same.


Another mark is that there is a good byspell for frothering spelling;
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simplified_Spelling_Board#Handbook_of_Simp
lified_Spelling
The end outcome, to my brain and ghost, is what I would name a
sundering and a bend on Anglish. This bend has the nickname, whence
being Deepened Anglish.