The propa way to spel

Jim   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 18:51 GMT
I think it will be a googol years before there's a spelling reform if humans make it that far.
Jim   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 18:57 GMT
We'll be traveling to other universes before spelling reform ever hapunz beekuz speling reform iz verree unlikely.
Jim   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 19:00 GMT
Here's my diagraphs in my system for the consonant sounds,

Inggish   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 19:12 GMT
How about these,

Jimmia   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 19:12 GMT
That's the INGLISH.
Jim   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 19:15 GMT
I think we should replace ''y'' with ''i'' wherever it doesn't say [j] as in ''yes'' but not happy.

Whi does ''y'' haftoo be a vowel when it should say [j].

Criollo   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 19:16 GMT
People, you need to learn English with the course called INGlES SIN BARRERA. I mean ESOL ENGLISH WITH BARSSSSSS.
Spelling Reform   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 19:17 GMT
None will ever happen.
jIm   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 19:18 GMT
That's the English. Accept it how it is.
Shawn   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 19:21 GMT
What's so funny about my language?
Hhh   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 19:39 GMT
Jim, Joe, and Smith are bad at reforming English. Here's something better.

They saw the dog at the shop yesterday where their father father worked and wanted to buy something yesterday.

Thae sah thu dog at thu shop yesturday wer ther fother wurkt and wuntid too bie sumthing yesterday.

Isn't this much better than Jims, Smiths, or Joes Ideas.
HHH   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 19:46 GMT
Oh, About ''grand prix''. It would become ''grand pree'' because it's pronounced [gr@nd pri:].
Jim   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 19:48 GMT
I'm going to respell it ''gron pree''. Is anyone happi with that? Who's happi with that?
Jim   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 19:51 GMT
I think that all ''y's'' that don't say [j] should be replaced by ''i'' so in that way writing the post vocalic ''y'' is simple. Just write ''y''. ''rouille'' can be ''rooy'' or ''rooee''.
Naim   Saturday, April 24, 2004, 20:22 GMT
Probably Jim is right.

Silent e should be eliminated from this language.

cake could be / keik / or / kaik /. Guess who.

ours / arz /, / aurz /, / aorz /, / oorz /. Guess who.

flower and flour

hour and our...

mouse, in pl. mice

What's happened with "house"? Not "house" in pl. "hice". It's "houses" in pl.

What a crazy language!

goose, in pl. geese, but ''moose'', in pl. ''moose''.

Sir, if you change the English spelling, then who will speak English?

English is a language with no remedy.

Sorry if I'm not thinking what you are thinking.