Did you know that SAS users from over 90 countries visit communities.sas.com? And of course, not all of them use English as their native language.
Understanding Global English is essential for writers and editors at SAS, so we thought it would be helpful for our community members, as well.
We’re linking you to the Top 10 Global English Guidelines you need to know about how to write for translation and for nonnative readers.
These guidelines are based on John Kohl's comprehensive The Global English Style Guide, which enumerates the Global English principles and provides discussion, analysis, and extensive examples.
The "top 10" is excellent and a quick read. We have a lot of students here for whom English is a second language. This monograph will help our instructors on clarity.
I'm happy you found this helpful, Doc! I'll pass your note along to the author. Thanks for participating in our communities.
Thanks for sharing the document Shelley. I read the guideline a while ago and found it a great resource to help with international communication.
You're very welcome, Michelle. These tips help me in my daily writing, so glad to pass them along to others.