- I always want to learn the Standard version of a language. For example in the case of English I chose the United States English, in other words I chose General American.
- I add the General American pronunciation to the words. Like for example “tea”: if the Wiktionary says it is pronounced: /tiː/ and there lacks the GA pronunciation then I add it, which is /ti/. I do it because it is the most correct, although General American and Received Pronunciation are two dialects of the same language they are phonemically different (/iː/ in RP vs /i/ in GA).
Note: If in the entry it is not specified if it is General American or Received Pronunciation, I won't do any changes.
- I am not a big fan of Anglish(English with 100% Germanic vocabulary), to me it is an incorrect and a corrupt version of English, true English do is romanized. But if it becomes the standard English dialect, I will accept it and study it.
- I used to study almost all languages on Duolingo.
- I am more active on Commons, there, I am contributor of the Stroke Order Project, here is my Common's user page.
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