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The Global English Style Guide by John R. Kohl

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Appendix B

Prioritizing the Global English Guidelines

Introduction

Prioritized for Translation by Human Translators

Prioritized for Non-Native Speakers of English

Prioritized for Machine Translation

Introduction

The Global English style guidelines in Chapters 2–7 could have been grouped and ordered in any number of ways. As you can tell from the chapter titles, they are grouped thematically. However, for each guideline, a Priority line indicates how important or useful the guideline is for different audiences or purposes. Here is an example:

Priority: HT1, NN2, MT3

The following tables explain the acronyms and the priority levels:

In other ...

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