Talk:Attempto Controlled English

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Uncomfortable with examples[edit]

When copy-editing this article, I was not satisfied with the way examples are used. They are key to the article, but do not flow well. I have brought consistency to the flow by added colon's at the end of lead-in phrases. It would be ungainly and highly repetitious to be saying "for example" every time. But maybe a more thorough rewrite could make the reading smoother. Any ideas? Matthew C. Clarke 13:23, 10 April 2011 (UTC)

Unreferenced section?[edit]

Regarding the "unreferenced section" template in the section "ACE in a nutshell" - isn't it possible just to add a reference to Fuchs, Kaljurand, and Kuhn 2010 (currently #2 in the "References" section) and remove that template? StormWillLaugh (talk) 09:04, 25 February 2014 (UTC)

Incomplete rule?[edit]

Our text reads, "ACE construction rules require that each noun be introduced by a determiner." But we go on to give allegedly acceptable ACE sentences that sound natural in regular English but that seem to contradict the quoted rule, to wit sentences with proper nouns. Kdammers (talk) 01:25, 20 May 2017 (UTC)