Fwd: Re: [w3c/wcag21] Plain language (Enhanced) (#41)

Please see the bellow note from EA on ore vocabulariesUnfortunately she can not make the call later today as she is meetings at the WHO all day.

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Lisa Seeman

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Subject : Re: [w3c/wcag21] Plain language (Enhanced) (#41)
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I have read some of the comments on the review about the lack of examples of core vocabularies. Those using Augmentative and Alternative forms of communication depend on core vocabularies in their own language and there have been several versions of these types of vocabularies developed in many languages. These lists are often made up of function words that can be used as alternatives to complex words that might link important /specialist words which are usually nouns in all languages. These lists have been collected by professionals working in the field and it should be possible to collate samples.
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