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I have never heard of such a thing, but I think it's a marvelous idea.
Where shall we start?  bring/brang/brung? :)

-Marcos

On Thu, Feb 17, 2005 at 11:50:06PM +0000, Bryan Parry wrote:
> Does anyone here know of a group dedicated to
> increasing the number of strong or ablauted verbs in
> English?
>
> I posted a thread at Zompist.com trying to regularise
> and put English irregular verbs in ablaut or strong
> classes, and in doing so, expand those classes.
> However my cries have fallen on deaf ears (I believe
> some of the other folks there just simply do not "get"
> what I am about).
>
> So yeah, it is eccentric, it is mad, but has anyone
> else attempted this, in a state of attempting this, or
> know of any noble efforts to do such a thing? If so, I
> would be mightily greatful in hearing about it.
>
> I am searching ever online, but was moved to make the
> thread at Zompist, and then post here, because my
> efforts have not really yielded much.
>
> Thank you for any replies, and feel free to contact me
> off list re: this if you please.
>
> Cheers,
> Bryan
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