- Add the words from Word index (eta 1 mo)
- do not include proper nouns
- do not include compound words
- categorize roots as (eta +1 mo)
- 100 basic (excluding pronouns, correlatives, numbers, and affixes) (required for basic Esperanto communication: basic body parts, basic actions basic emotions, colors, ect)
- 500 standard (required for Esperanto fluency)
- X advanced (requiring knowledge of a scientific genre)
- complete the chart using words from the English language (eta +2 mo)
Due to further research and seeing a vast number of different dictionaries, yet still existing a need for it to be tabled I have decided to use 's dictionary. for step 1. It will be more efficient (easier & left with a sort-able list/dataset....) to make a script to pull the relevant english information out so until that's complete this table is on hold Ceneezer (discuss • contribs) 07:55, 24 August 2013 (UTC)
Once complete this vocabulary will be named the New Revised Standard Edition (NRSV) Eperanto
A pronoun set for scientific/advanced roots will be created using û:
There’re still a few issues with the list as given. The minor of these are:
- the “prepositions” table is way too wide to read it conveniently, especially for those who use larger font sizes or smaller screens (as in: handhelds);
- the links like [[w:acidify]] lead to no where; contrast them to, say [[wikt:acidify#English]]!
- similarly, the “suffixes” table may have links to, say [[wikt:-ul-#Esperanto]], etc.;
- (JFTR) the [[w:]] links doesn’t seem to be all that useful, and are just a visual clutter.
Then, there’re a couple of more significant ones:
- the articles in Wikipedias (and Esperanta Vikipedio isn’t an exception) are named after concepts, and these are generally expressed as words or combinations of words; I could hardly imagine an article with a bare root as its title! therefore, the [[w:eo:abat]] approach is unlikely to work well (if at all);
- and why exactly is this project not carried on Wiktionary? They seem to already have a whole lot categories related to la lingvo internacia, such as, say, words approved by the Akademio de Esperanto or Esperanto male roots.
Hope the above could be a nice thing to ponder on.
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