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From: PeePee on 24 Dec 2007 18:16
the word good, there was no
need for such a word as bad, since the required meaning was equally well --
indeed, better -- expressed by ungood. All that was necessary, in any case
where two words formed a natural pair of opposites, was to decide which of
them to suppress. Dark, for example, could be replaced by unlight, or light
by undark, according to preference.
The second distinguishing mark of Newspeak grammar was its regularity.
Subject to a few exceptions which are mentioned below all inflexions
followed the same rules. Thus, in all verbs the preterite and the past
participle were the same and ended in -ed. The preterite of steal was
stealed, the preterite of think was thinked, and so on throughout the
language, all such forms as swam, gave, brought, spoke, taken, etc., being
abolished. All plurals were made by adding -s or -es as the case might be.
The plurals of man, ox, life, were mans, oxes, lifes. Comparison of
adjectives was invariably made by adding -er, -est (good, gooder, goodest),
irregular forms and the more, most formation being suppressed.
The only classes of words that were still allowed to inflect
irregularly were the pronouns, the relatives, the demonstrative adjectives,