John Cowan wrote:
> The most common use of "gg" is /g/, which he makes standard.  So
> "suggest" /s@dZest/ has to change.

I pronounce it /s@gdZEst/, which is why "gg" makes sense to me.

> Most of the oddity is in unstressed vowels, which Wijk's system does not
> change.  In general, the purpose of Regularized Inglish is to make
> reading easy, not spelling; there may be many possible spellings of a
> word, of which only one is correct.

But if the Latinate spelling would suggest an incorrect pronunciation,
then shouldn't it be reformed as well?  I see no reason to have a
different convention for native vs. non-native words.

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never change our mind. - Scots Prayer
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