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Basic English

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Basic English ("British American ScientificInternational Commercial") is a made-up languagewritten by Charles Kay Ogden. The idea of Basic English is to use easy words to explain complexthoughts.

Basic English has 850 basic words. From the 850 words, 600 are names of things. Most of the words can be learned using pictures. 150 are words to describe things (adjectives) and to describe verbs (adverbs). The last 100 words are verbs andconjunctions. Verbs are words that show actions, and conjunctions are words that help put sentencestogether.

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[change]Rules of word use

The word use of Basic English is like full English, but the rules are much simpler, and there are fewerexceptions. Not all meanings of each word are allowed.

Ogden's rules of grammar for Basic English help people use the 850 words to talk about things and events in a normal way.[1]

  1. Make plurals with an "S" on the end of the word. If there are special ways to make a plural word, such as "ES" and "IES", use them.
  2. There are two word endings to change each of the 150 adjectives: -"ER" and -"EST"
  3. There are two word endings to change verbs into adjectives, -"ING" and -"ED".
  4. There are two word endings to change verbs into nouns, -"ING" and -"ER".
  5. Make qualifiers into adverbs by adding -"LY".
  6. Talk about amounts with "MORE" and "MOST." Use and know -"ER" and -"EST."
  7. Make opposite adjectives with "UN"-
  8. Make questions with the opposite word order, and with "DO".
  9. Operators and pronouns conjugate as in normal English.
  10. Make combined words (compounds) from two nouns (for example "milkman") or a noun and a directive (sundown).
  11. Measures, numbers, money, days, months, years, clock time, and international words are in English forms. E.g. Date/Time: 20 May 1972 at 21:00
  12. Use the words of an industry or science. For example, in this grammar, some special words are for teaching languages, and not part of Basic English: plural, conjugate, noun,adjective, adverb, qualifier, operator,pronoun, and directive.

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General

Ogden, C. K. (1940). General Basic English Dictionary. London: Evans Brothers Limited. ISBN 0874713625.

Inline Citations
  1. Ogden's Basic English, Rules of Grammer(Updated January 1, 1996). Retrieved on 28 July2009.

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