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On English Reform & Fanedik Rambles

If we used germanic words instead of latin words for fancy things you'd call a Saxophone a Saxehorn The Sax being 'Saxon', the Saxehorn being the Horn of the Saxons But please, keep telling me Jazz was invented by the Blacks

Phonetics derived from Spoken Common American imo. English was fine during the days of Chaucer, but then during the 19th Century the Dictionary Cartel (who had not discovered the PIE theory) attested and 'fixed' tons of actually Germanic words to Latin origin

Phonetics reform would not be difficult, there IS common american. Though it is lovely der erwige Deutchmannen (ie; Keinburger) thinks that there isnt The only phonetics I propose is the un-latinisation of our phonetics, it is known that during the 19th century linguistics

No changes in grammar required Does term have a Middle English equiv? if not; Can word be remade with Middle English combinations ie: Watmonger = Philosopher if not; Can we take a word from Scots if not; from Frisian; if not; from Germanic. Philosopher? Why not a Watmonger? Scientist? Why not a Magi? Hacker? Why not Wireghast? Electricity? Streamwork Education? Booklearning History? Lore Entrepreneur? Mademan

Informer - Loki Stonemason - Stonecrafter Eloquent person - Wordsmith Autumn - Harvest (Fall is of Norse, not Anglo-Frisian descent) Misunderstood - Misunderstood (I'm pretty sure this is an English word) Beautiful - Fair (anthr Norman vs English) Boil - Seethe (love this)

Phonetics reform would not be difficult, there IS common american. Though it is lovely der erwige Deutchmannen (ie; Keinburger) thinks that there isnt The only phonetics I propose is the un-latinisation of our phonetics, it is known that during the 19th century linguistics were not aware of the idea of IE theory. Because of this, they saw the rich and vibrant textual history of Rome. They saw many words in English that were Germanic in origin, but they mistakenly identified them as 'Latin' due to the rich vibrant textual history of written Latin

due to this, they changed the written phonetics of an assload of words that were English. They went through and changed the spellings to reflect something closer to church Latin, compare Chaucer and Shakespeare to the works of the early 20th century

what happened to our language is a fucking meme. It would be like if Frisians in the late 19th century mistakenly identified all of their words with Spanish while they were under Spanish rule, and then rewrote all of their words to look more like Spanish, while speaking THE SAME

Phonetics is fine, current phonetics are NOT. We are MISSING integral words. I propose either a return to Futhorc (view my alt to learn Futhorc really easily only takes a day or two [@COINTEL_PRO](https://twitter.com/COINTEL_PRO)) Or returning these letters; þ & ȝ & ʃ as well as adding ƕ from Gothic

If you want to learn Futhorc, English's pre-Latin and as such Pre-Abrahamic alphabet, now is the time to do so if you do wish I created a Rosetta image that shows how the keyboard layout works in relation to the phonetics (ie f & v are the same) Very easy, takes a day

There is consistency in English, and it shows in spoken English. It is just very difficult if not impossible at times to show this in written English Anglish ppl want to remove non-Germanic words & loan words, but I just want our language to be phonetic that is true Anglish

Wen yu aktsuely rit/ryt Inglish in a fonetik manr, then the obvious Germanic origin of the language becomes apparent. It seems obvious that many do not know loandwords and even words of Norman or Greek origin were still 'Anglicised'

Ygh luv typing lyk this, this iz wat thay tuk frum us

Only did big dictionary mughals in the 19th and 20th centuries put a change to this, mistakenly attributing the etymology of many words to non-Germanic origin, as the dictionary gang were notorious Latinophiles This has been the single greatest tragedy to our language

Together we can save the aesthetics of written english

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