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Single-stroke English

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by Richard Lung  GB United Kingdom

June 30, 2018   |    615 reads    |   0 comments

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Single-stroke English - Book coverAfter a life-time of definitely not gainful employment in the study hobby of making the English language easier to learn, you do pick up various tit-bits. These I wanted to leave out (until I could complete a long edition) for a short no-frills edition of the essentials of my hard-earned appreciation of the heroic measures demanded of this simplified English project.
There is no way that I could convince the typical reader of the need for such a drastic, yet in some respects conservative, reform. It took me most of my existence, to get there, so how can I expect anyone else, to agree: Ah yes, that's the way to do it, mate!
I learned the hard way that the only memorable short-hand is based on simplified versions of the familiar alfabet: Single-stroke English (SE).

Author's Note: 

This summary edition keeps as closely to the point as possible, to keep the course short, with no distractions. (A long edition contains many more worked examples and various tips and short-cuts for learning English.)

About The Author

It's fifty years to the year since I parroted the conventional wisdom about British elections by First Past The Post. I could see nothing wrong with it. I didn't think it was necessary to study proportional representation. Being a student, I had to make some show of reading-up on it. The central reference library proved not devoid of copies, from other students, who had ample time to get there first. I thought I was lucky to lay hands on such a distinguished work, as Elections and Electors, by JFS Ross. I still think so. After a few years thinking the subject had nothing to do... more

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