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Learn Peoplese - for non-English speakers

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       From the Grammar page, top list, click on "Peoplese Vocabulary", which lists the most common 100 Peoplese
                       words, the 250 most common, the 800 most common, and the 2,000 most common Peoplese words.
              They are identical to English (with two exceptions), so translate them into your own language, then learn them.
       In Peoplese, past-tense of verbs (with 4 exceptions) are formed by adding hyphnette "d" to present-tense verbs.
                     The continuing tense is formed by adding hyphnette "ing" to the present-tense verb.
                     The future-tense is formed by:  will be + present-tense verb.  (A hyphnette is a half-length hyphen.)
              Examples:  I come.  I iz come۔ing now.  I come۔d yesterday.  I will come tomorrow.
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