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For those who speak Anglish

Glenco

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Let me google that for you.
 

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Okay, interesting... Does this need it's own thread tho?

If you come across some random-ish stuff like this there's other threads in general which can work.
 

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Wow people lighten up. It is an interesting exercise to understand the basic construct of the language we speak. As this quote reflects.

But there is also the further idea that Anglish is a recognition and a celebration of the English part of modern English. For, although it has borrowed thousands and thousands of words throughout its life, there still exists a true English core to English, the most important everyday words which no sentence or uttering could manage without. By stripping away the layers of borrowings, Anglish lets us better appreciate that core and the role it plays in our language.
 

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Wow people lighten up. It is an interesting exercise to understand the basic construct of the language we speak. As this quote reflects.

But there is also the further idea that Anglish is a recognition and a celebration of the English part of modern English. For, although it has borrowed thousands and thousands of words throughout its life, there still exists a true English core to English, the most important everyday words which no sentence or uttering could manage without. By stripping away the layers of borrowings, Anglish lets us better appreciate that core and the role it plays in our language.
Again, from a pure academic curiosity point of view, as you describe here, it's actually a fun thing to observe.
My issue is that there are some people who have absolutely no common sense and will use it as means to assert some not so nice notions.
 

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