I wonder if the people posting negative reactions have considered that most of the world uses…
Andy Waterman

The journalism equivalent of the French author’s rule is ‘write so that a 14 year old can understand’.

Machines translate simple words better too.

Word-limited software encourage writers to ‘stick’ to the one idea for each sentence, as recommended by translation software technicians.

That last sentence breaks that rule.

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