Systematic English

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Systematic English is a subset dialect of English. It includes a style of writing. This style playfully refers to itself as "careful language meat_grinder". It transforms human language into, for English, a language that has the name of "Systematic_English". It simplifies and condenses communication about timeless subjects such as well-established mathematics. Another goal is that Google_Translate maybe produces higher-fidelity results. Humans are careful with it. Humans exercise judgement. Humans make promises. Humans have memory.

  • The style, when used in concert with Translate Google Translate and well crossed-referenced multi-lingual encyclopedias might rebuild the Tower_of_Babel. Thus everyday for the next generations might be Pentecost.
  • The style uses the traditional_grammar of https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_Wikipedia .
  • The style uses the active_voice.
  • The style uses subject–verb–object sentences. If the sentence immediately precedes a list, a table, formulae and such, then the sentence is terminated with a colon rather than a period and the object is often implied.
  • The style starts the sentence with the subject and the verb. Early sentence clauses are put immediately after the verb.Commas delimit such clauses.
  • The style keeps the subject-verb sequence compact. This makes the sentence easy-to-parse.
    • The style uses adverbs and short adverbial_phrases between the subject and the verb.
    • The style breaks up the sentence into two or more shorter sentences under certain conditions. The editor carefully sequences them.
      • Once such condition is that of a sentence that has an adverbial_clause that separates the subject and the verb.
  • The style recognizes any sort of complex sentence_clause_structure as an invitation. The editor breaks such sentences up into two or more shorter sentences. The editor carefully sequences them.
  • The style uses sentences that are no longer than 150 UNICODE glyphs.
  • The style uses the <math> tags for the subject of the sentence only if necessary.
  • The style uses the copula_(linguistics) carefully.
  • The style uses present_tense verbs except for historic events, for which the editor uses past_tense. The style does not use the verb forms:
  • The style uses conjuctions only when necessary.
  • The style does not use compound_sentences. The style does not use:
  • The style uses words that have a high degree of specificity_(linguistics).
  • The style uses the same mathematical terminology consistently for the entire article.
  • The style is careful when The style changes the mathematical terminology.
  • The style carefully changes sentence sequences.
    • The style uses the word "this" as much as possible.
    • The style carefully uses pronouns.
  • The style carefully chooses between, in order of priority and within reason:
  1. This is the proximal demonstrative.
  2. This is the definite_article.
  3. This is the indefinite_article.
Guidelines for composition
  • The style sacrifices a little rigor, generality, prose beauty and poetry and gains much in speed_learning.
  • The style uses, for maximum consistency and good pedagogy:
    • This is the least possible variety of nouns and verbs.
    • This is a sequence of introduction of complex subjects, jargon, notation, nomenclature and such as late as possible in the style of just-in-time_manufacturing.
  • The style sequences "cause" sentences before "effect" sentences.