English v3.31 Released

If you've been using heavily patched, older versions of the English language, you'll be pleased to know that a completely updated and revised edition just entered beta testing. One reviewer at The Register thinks that it's great:

Just downloaded the beta version of English V3.31, and I have to say I am very excited about it. This is definitely going to be a feather in the cap of Anglophones everywhere, and way better than the notorious V2.99 release of French (or the 'deux point neufty-neuf' as it has become known). There's a ton of new features to talk about, so let me dive in right away with some toothsome details.[...]

By the way, an alternative spelling proposal, which aimed to differentiate better between so-called 'British' English and its assorted inferior knock-offs, has been resoundingly rejected to the disappointment of many. The idea, backed by the Tourist Board among others, was to boost the general kookynicity of British spellings in general and word endings in particular. In short, to take the ball introduced by such pairings as analogue/analog, colour/color and programme/program and run it out of the gridiron and over the try line.

For example, the noun 'dog' was to be respelled 'dogue', giving it a 66% boost in angliosity, and the days of the weeke were to be reworked with an 'arts and crafts' feel with carefully-designed, synthetically yet sympathetically retro-blended syllables: Thursnobdaye.


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Wonderful! I'd like an english version of a programming language, eg. english php (that's pronounced fpee in English, did you know?) we could have code link :

$ar=arraye('Toff','Snob');
foreache ($ar AS $class) {
preunt("Thou artst a ".$class);
}

for real PHP stuff : http://www.techmagic.info
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