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Here are some examples of what Folksprak might look like when it's done:
I've changed “ef” into “if”, because it's equally well supported and moreover because it's very internationally recognisable thanks to computer programming languages. ~~~ Ob
Hmm, IMO one should not take such things into account, since then English would always “win”. The reason why i took ef was, that “e” is a more neutral sound than “i” and that in speach if has a higher chance of getting confused with something else (e.g. “eve”). But vocabulary has to be discussed later ~~~ Fenris