Welkome to EnSimp.Info for English Simplifikation Information.
Welcome to EnSimp.Info for English Simplification Information.

EnSimp.Info is a list of deklarations of fixes to the English Language (for the sake of simplifikation) by the Armstrong and Getty Show as aknowledged (and not veto'ed) by the site owner of EnSimp.Info.
EnSimp.Info is a list of declarations of fixes to the English Language (for the sake of simplification) by the Armstrong and Getty Show as acknowledged (and not veto'ed) by the site owner of EnSimp.Info.

The name "ensimp" comes from the two letter komputer abbreviation for the English language "en", and "simp" comes from my abbreviation for the word "simple", which is kompliant with the original Domain Naming conventions as put forth when the Domain Naming System was originally designed of requiring domain names to be as short and deskriptive as possible without being highly ambiguous, and then stikking to the name that was chosen thereafter. I am open to suggestions of new domain names that are available in all of the top level domain names of .com, .net, .org, .us, and .info.

I propose that Jack Armstrong and Joe Getty of the Armstrong and Getty Show kome out with a new deklaration of how to fix the English language every month or so (as needed and whenever they think of it, but one at a time, every few weeks at most), and I will either veto or aknowledge the change here on this list, and update the text to use the new standards. - An A&G Listener, September 14, 2016.

Index

September 14, 2016 6AM, KSTE podkast timepoint 19:18: The Letter "C"

Jack Armstrong said that the letter "C" kould either sound like an "S" or a "K". He explained that his children asked why the "C" sounded like a "K" sometimes and like an "S" other times. Henseforth, when "C" sounds like an "S", it shall be replased by an "S", and when "C" sounds like a "K", it will be replased by a "K". If there was already an "S" or "K" next to the old "C" that is the korrekt new sound for the "C" and taking away a konsonant would not cause the vowel to become "unshort", the "C" shall simply be removed.

Examples: "cat" bekomes "kat"; "welcome" bekomes "welkome"; "correct" bekomes "korrekt"; "acknowledge" bekomes "aknowledge"; "according" bekomes "akkording"; "succomb" bekomes "sukkomb"; "access" bekomes "aksess".

Problems: No solution was found for "ch".

This originated from an email being read by Joe in which the emailer finished P.S., why does pneumonia start with a "p"? I tell the Oxford English Dictionary to P.S.U.C.K. it. Jack then started to deskribe how his six year old doesn't understand why the letters are so hard to learn. Joe and Jack deklared that the letter "C" shall be eliminated, and replased with an "S" when there is an "S" sound and a "K" when there is a "K" sound. One problem with this is this leaves open the issue of what to do with "CH", so I leave that as unsolved at this time, and we shall kontinue using "ch" until a replasement is found.

This is the first time I did this, and realized that the diktionary in the komputer needs konstant updating to the new standard(s), so that autokorrekt does not try to korrekt the words. The spelling chekker needs to have the old spellings marked as wrong, too.

I am notising that proper names have "C" in them too, so I am leaving them for now; people will have to deklare a new spelling if they wish to change their names to the new spellings. If they are abiding by the new rules, they should get around to doing this within their lifetime, sinse that's what everyone did when they arrived at Ellis Island. So, when Jack has desided to go ahead with this, he needs to go down to the Kounty Kourt and have them offisially change his name to "Jakk". He should wait until more deklarations are in plase, so that konsiderations like which of the many "a"'s to use and how many "k"s there are will be resolved.

September 14, 2016 6AM, KSTE podcast timepoint 19:18: The Letter "C"

Jack Armstrong said that the letter "C" could either sound like an "S" or a "K". He explained that his children asked why the "C" sounded like a "K" sometimes and like an "S" other times. Henceforth, when "C" sounds like an "S", it shall be replaced by an "S", and when "C" sounds like a "K", it will be replaced by a "K". If there was already an "S" or "K" next to the old "C" that is the correct new sound for the "C" and taking away the letter will not cause any need for two consonants to fail for keeping the vowels "short", the "C" shall simply be removed.

Examples: "cat" becomes "kat"; "welcome" becomes "welkome"; "correct" becomes "korrekt"; "acknowledge" becomes "aknowledge"; "according" becomes "akkording"; "succomb" becomes "sukkomb"; "access" becomes "aksess".

Problems: No solution was found for "ch".

Future needs of this website

I would like to refer visitors to sites that can translate web pages on the fly (such as browser plugins for Firefox, Safari, ets.), and updated diktionaries, for all of the various komputer platforms (iPhone, Android, Macintosh, IBM PC, Linux), and ways to have them automatikally update themselves as these monthly deklarations of changes to the English language kome out from A&G. If anyone has written or will write such updates and programs, I will list them here. You must be kareful to inspekt such programs to make sertain they do not kontain any siknesses, viruses, illnesses, or worms that infekt your komputer or phone.

In addition, I look forward to the day that I kannot afford the bandwidth to run this site bekause it is so suksessful, and at that time, I will ask for donations. I will never sell advertising or start trying to sell people things here, but I will refer people to produkts that suksessfully fulfill the goals in the prior paragraph with no lopsided prejudise about prise.