Natural English

Natural English

Programming in normal, spoken English. [Sammet 1969, p.768].
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But it's so disappointing to think that the 35-year-old, possibly the greatest natural English defender of his generation, may never kick a ball again.
When we made mature cheddar, we'd tried and thrown out all the synthetic junk you get on crisps or other snacks and scoured the known universe for clean-tasting, natural English cheddar which was then dried and pulverised.
With HomeChat, users can use the popular smartphone messaging app Line to communicate with LG Music Flow in natural English.
The Cavender team carefully researches each vehicle they profile and breaks down the information into easy to read and understand portions that get away from complicated automotive industry jargon, in favor or natural English prose.
The timing of Gazza's blossoming as the most natural English talent since Stanley Matthews could not have been worse.
While, in another she plays on her image as a natural English rose- holding a huge pink bouquet of the flowers.
Dawe and Mulligan (1997, cited in Frino, 1999) argue that teachers must be explicit in their teaching about the differences between mathematical English and natural English.
The idea of Dr Zamenhof was to have an international language, not to replace one's own natural English, French, German or whatever, but a second language common to all.
I have sailed with as many as five different nationalities with myself the only natural English speaker on board.
Eriksson has obviously decided on a natural English style, now is not the time to abandon it and fall between two stools, neither driving forward nor keeping the ball well enough to play a patient waiting game.
Here is a translator who trusts his poet: a good many passages can be considered the most literal rendition into natural English that makes metrical sense: