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to Other Websites Concerned with Spelling

We list here other sources of information about the spelling of English, starting with websites or organizations that have provided links to our website. Any webmaster interested in reciprocal links should send an email request to

* is a very large website directed in large part to the teaching of English as a Second Language ("ESL") and to the needs of ESL teachers.

English Language Learning Online provides a hyperlink list of many different spelling-reform websites. It also contains a long poem that shows the confusing, mutually contradictory patterns of present spelling, entitled "The Chaos". In places, you can see that there would be confusion only if one uses British pronunciations, but most of the poem applies to all major dialects. It's a good resource for people who may have trouble providing examples of how trying to "sound out" current spelling is undoable.


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