Introduction[change | change source]
This is my attempt at helping those who prefer to use the 'Simple English' version of Wikipedia. Articles created within are either ports from the main Wikipedia Source or those that are missing from the Wikipedia/en.
Origin of Author[change | change source]
I speak a dialect of the "Oxford English", or sometimes referred to as "Queen's English", more appropriately called "Proper English" (In My Humble Opinion). It is based on the region where I received my primary schooling, and as the region is situated, in a great circle direction to the origin of the "Oxford English", but somewhat in-between, the large population area of North America called the United States of America and the United Kingdom, but with a huge land mass. It's name is spelled CANADA, but is pronounced with a hard 'K' for the letter C.
I try to spell out strange capital only type words when they are first used in an article, so that if a term, has not been used before in the article, it has a corresponding expansion, upon the first use written in brackets. I frequently read articles that are written without thought on the use of new acronyms such as 'LOL' (Laugh Out Loud), when they are written in the Wikipedia. See the previous paragraph above where the phrase 'In My Humble Opinion' is used without the 'IMHO' preceeing the new phrase.
Hopefully, if you landed here, and wish to correct something, in an article, please feel free to do so, and let me know if there is something wrong with an article, by adding the article's title to the 'talk' page.
Enjoy the Wikipedia.