6] Other words such as deactivate are considered too complex to be included in simplified English
and are on the dictionary's list of unapproved words.
may lead to opportunities to find beauty is sparse language but it strips away vocabulary and the potential for construction of magic.
Russian soloists and the Mariinsky Chorus give authenticity to a Rachmaninov programme of which The Bells, the cantata, is sung in the Russian original not the simplified English
New vocabulary is constantly being added to languages, and such notions as Global and Simplified English
are drastically altering traditional grammar and syntax.
The application is also able to construct sentences using Ogden's Basic English, developed by Charles Kay Ogden in 1930 as a simplified English
language with just 850 words.
The idea of using a simplified English
came from aircraft manufacturers, which were required to write aircraft maintenance documents for non-native English speakers.
If school libraries have books written in simplified English
and cover topics that engage ELLs, then these students will be able to read in the L2 without experiencing frustration.
Linked by computer, the note-takers transcribe teacher lectures into a more simplified English
that the students can follow.
So isn't it about time the Government simplified English
Here you can get English maps and guides to the Sapporo environs; information on city and more distant tours (not conducted in English, but a good way to hit the highlights with guidebook in hand); and a simplified English
train and bus schedule to national parks.
As part of the ongoing business relationship, BGS will also convert the manuals to comply with the AECMA S1000D (Association Europeenne des Constructeurs de Materiel Aerospatial) standard specification using Standard Generalized Mark-up Language (SGML) and Simplified English
It will involve music, drama and actors dressing up in bright costumes, to tell audiences in simplified English
about the tale of twins separated after a shipwreck.