Parallel English August 2010

Madhukar N. Gogate mngogate1932 at YAHOO.COM
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............ Parallel English................ August 2010............
English, a nice language, has odd spellings (not reformable
within it in view of wide use). Vast information, literature are
available in it. Computer spell-checks are useful. Even then
Globish (Parallel English, with near-phonetic spellings) can
be a prelude to English.  Millions of English-users & others
will find it easy to learn. It can become future link language.
English-serving equipments are usable for Globish symbols
planned for sounds in English. Globish takes (a-z), capitals
(A-Z) to start names & original words, (not start sentences),
three dots between sentences, pictorial symbols ($ ? 3) etc
.................................  References .................................
Visit indexpage note (e) articles E01 E02 (articles E04 E15
side info) on author's site (www.mngogate.com) Links here.
www.mngogate.com/e01.htm)(www.mngogate.com/e02.htm 
www.mngogate.com/e04.htm)(www.mngogate.com/e15.htm 

Comment to author. (Email-id on site indexpage). Circulate.
............ Set 1  Globish Symbol - Sound relations ............
a (a-alone) aa (a-art) ae (a-at) au (aw-law) b (boy) ch (chair)
d (do) dh (th-the) e (egg) ee (eel) ei (eight) f (fit) g (go) h (hi)
i (it) j (jam) k (kin) l (low) m (my) n (no) o (over) oa (oa-goat)
oo (pool) p (pin) r (run) s (so) sh (she) t (to) th (thin) u (pull)
v (victory) w (woman) y (yes) z (s-his) zh (s-leisure), (a, aa,
ae, au, e, ee, ei, i, o, oa, oo, u, 12 vowels), 23 consonants.
26 (a-z) not enough. So take combinations (aa, ae, au) etc
Practical (not perfect universal) script, no apostrophe mark.
..............................  Set 2  Examples ..........................
dauktar (Doctor) nars (Nurse) peshant (Patient) saed (Sad)
pres (Press) preshar (Pressure) eg (Egg)  janaral (General)
hoo (Who) yalo (Yellow) jaj (Judge) kalars (Colors Colours) 
bizi (Busy) paeralal (Parallel) pikchar (Picture) tyub (Tube)
thaut (Thought) thru (Through) inaf (Enough) pepar (Paper)
Split vowels-cluster. Height = h + aa + i + t (Globish) haait.

................................ Notes on set 2 ..............................
Globish changes most English words. Few exceptions like
(Go, Ink) that will not change. Few have multiple meanings
like (no = No, Know)(see = See, Sea). Select from context.
English too has multimeaning words (Saw, Bear, Hide) etc.
Caution (bat ran) etc = But Run. (baet raen) etc = Bat Ran.


Temporarily use (Who) etc in Globish if unsure of (hoo) etc.

Many capital-starting temporary words likely in initial stage.
Standardize words, later prepare E > G, G > E dictionaries.
.......................... Set 3 English sentences .....................

Necessity is the mother of invention. His daughters went to 
a school. A grand rainbow was seen in the sky. Call a taxi.
Intelligent mankind needs an easy link language.

.......................... Set 4 (Set 3 in Globish) .......................
nesesiti iz dhi madhar auf invenshan...  hiz dautars went tu
e skool... e graend reinbo wauz seen in dhi skaay... kaul e
taeksi...  intelijant maenkaaind needs aen izi link laengwej.

........................ Set 5 Globish sentences .......................
hi went tu kaulej faur e saayans digree...  it wauz veri haut, 
so hi went faur swiming...  kat dhi yalo string with e naaif.
................................ Test on Set 5.................................
Write Globish (set 5) in English. Try it on paper, then scroll 
down for answer. (English > Globish test in a reverse way).
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....................... Set 6 English ( < Globish 5) ....................
He went to college for a science degree. It was very hot so
he went for swimming. Cut the yellow string with a knife. 
= = = = = = = = = = = = =  = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = 
O Globo (Brazil paper 10 Jul 2010) > Interview on Globish.
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