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Spelling Reform and Simplified Spelling - Orthography, or Spelling Reform, is a pursues the need for reforming the spelling of words.  Also, called the movem

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Orthography, or Spelling Reform, is a pursues the need for reforming the spelling of words.  Also, called the movement for simplified spelling.  It applies to English as well as other lanugaues.These websites provide a wide variety of opinions and suggested reforms. Most speaking adults would find these websites fascinating even if you don't like this idea. May

 

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