Gerald Koenig wrote:
> >Gerald Koenig wrote:
> >> While I'm doing it, I'd love to see a verse from a "clangy" poem, such
> >> as this one, especially one with variant english spelling of the rhyming
> >> words. Just a suggestion.
> >Of course, this should be rendered into Maryland Standard English orthography.
> >But here it is in American Regularized Inglish. A few British variants are
> >in ()s. I may have made some errors.
> Well I really do like it. Pardon my ignorance but I never heard of
> American Regularized Inglish, I'm not sure it's not a parody! I learned
> something, balm has a silent l.
I noticed this in John's post too - I distinctly say /balm/, as well as
/kalm/ and /kwalm/ and /alms/, is this abnormal? I *am* a native
speaker, but maybe I just have problems - are you a native speaker
> Just to save a repost that got lost in the moment of cutoff, I got the
> same translation results exactly as Nicole on the other poem, except I
> missed "motto".
Woohoo, I got it right!
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