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1.    I prepared to program the robot to deliver the speech.  I did this by writing the text-to-speech algorithm.  First, I wrote down the text.  Second, I recorded the speech for this text.  Third, I converted the text into the speech using a grammar.  In this way, I prepared to program the robot to deliver the speech by writing the text-to-speech algorithm.

2.    I prepared to write how the robot would discover science.  I did this by writing the question-answering algorithm.  First, I wrote down the question word.  Second, I wrote down the key term in the question.  Third, I wrote down the answer to the question, given the question word and key term.  In this way, I prepared to write how the robot would discover science by writing the question-answering algorithm.

3.    I prepared to disambiguate the text containing an anaphor.  I did this by writing the anaphor resolution algorithm, where an anaphor is a word such as “him” or “it,” which refer to other words.  First, I wrote down “John ate the apple”.  Second, I wrote down “It was delicious”.  Third, I resolved the anaphor by writing that the anaphor “It” in the second sentence referred to the word “apple” in the first sentence where “apple” is the most recent object that “It” could refer to.  In this way, I prepared to disambiguate the text containing an anaphor by writing the anaphor resolution algorithm, where an anaphor is a word such as “him” or “it,” which refer to other words.

4.    I prepared to program the robot reporter to write the hansard in parliament.  I did this by converting speech into text.  First, I listened to the speech.  Second, I converted the frequency spectrum into a set of phonemes, where phonemes are distinct units of sound that distinguish one word from another.  Third, I wrote down the text from the phonemes.  In this way, I prepared to program the robot reporter to write the hansard in parliament by converting speech into text.

5.    I prepared to write the novel’s form in letters, for example “ABCDA”.  I did this by writing down the novel’s form through space.  First, I wrote down the location in space of the first scene in the novel.  Second, I prepared to write down the location in space of the next scene in the novel.  Third, I repeated this until I had written down the location in space of each scene in the novel.  In this way, I prepared to write the novel’s form in letters, for example “ABCDA,” by writing down the novel’s form through space.

6.    I prepared to give the novel a “positive” classification.  I did this by determining that the genre of a novel was comedy.  First, I wrote down that the first sentence in the novel was positive, therefore comical.  Second, I prepared to write down that the next sentence in the novel was positive, therefore comical.  Third, I repeated this until I had written down that all the sentences in the novel were positive, therefore comical.  In this way, I prepared to give the novel a “positive” classification by determining that the genre of a novel was comedy.

7.    I prepared to give the novel a “positive dialogue” classification.I did this by determining that the genre of a novel was drama.  First, I wrote down that the first sentence in the novel was positive, therefore important.  Second, I prepared to write down that the next sentence in the novel was positive, therefore important. Third, I repeated this until I had written down that all the sentences in the novel were positive, therefore important.  In this way, I prepared to give the novel a “positive” classification by determining that the genre of a novel was drama.

8.    I prepared to calculate the used space in the house in the short story.  I did this by calculating the space complexity in Computational English.  First, I counted the number of characters of space that the short story’s world was in length.  Second, I skipped counting the number of characters of space that the short story’s world, where this space was revisited, in length.  Third, I summed only the cumulative number of characters of space that the short story’s world was in length.  In this way, I prepared to calculate the used space in the house in the short story by calculating the space complexity in Computational English.

9.    I prepared to calculate how long the character walked around for.  I did this by calculating the time complexity in Computational English.  First, I counted the number of steps were used to traverse the short film’s world.  Second, I counted the number of steps were used to traverse the short film’s world, where this space was revisited.  Third, I summed the cumulative number of steps that were used to traverse the short film’s world.  In this way, I prepared to calculate how long the character walked around for by calculating the time complexity in Computational English.

10.I prepared to write how the text made sense.  I did this by writing the summarisation algorithm.  First, I summarised each object in the text into a hierarchy of types of nouns and verbs.  Second, I read the number of the level of resolution of summary that was required.  Third, I printed the summary types at this level, where 1 = most summarised, n = least summarised and n = depth of detail in text.  In this way, I prepared to write how the text made sense by writing the summarisation algorithm.

11.I prepared to store the positive Computational English phenomena in a box.  I did this by finding the positive results in Computational English.  First, I wrote down the first leg of the path.  Second, I prepared to write down the next leg of the path.  Third, I repeated this until the correct result had been positively found.  In this way, I prepared to store the positive Computational English phenomena in a box by finding the positive results in Computational English.

12.I prepared to write what the Computational English algorithm couldn’t do outside a circle.  I did this by finding the negative results in Computational English (actions that only other algorithms could do).  First, I wrote down the first leg of the path.  Second, I prepared to write down the next leg of the path.  Third, I repeated this until a block was reached before correct result had been positively found, indicating a negative result, i.e. the desired result may only be found by another algorithm.  In this way, I prepared to write what the Computational English algorithm couldn’t do outside a circle by finding the negative results in Computational English (actions that only other algorithms could do).

13.I prepared to count the number of character interrelationships in the narrative.  I did this by writing the character ontologies in Computational English.  First, I wrote the names of the characters on the sheet of paper.  Second, I drew circles around each group of characters.  Third, I drew directional lines on sheets of paper representing different stages of the narrative between each pair of characters in a group and each pair of groups, etc.  In this way, I prepared to count the number of character interrelationships in the narrative by writing the character ontologies in Computational English.

14.I prepared to say that what happened is what was supposed to have happened.  I did this by writing the plot ontologies in Computational English.  First, I wrote down the first theme mentioned in the plot.  Second, I prepared to write down the next theme mentioned in the plot.  Third, I repeated this until I had written down all the themes mentioned in the plot.  In this way, I prepared to say that what happened is what was supposed to have happened by writing the plot ontologies in Computational English.

15.I prepared to write how wanting to play caused a chain reaction through the settings.  I did this by writing the setting ontologies in Computational English.  First, I wrote down the first setting mentioned in the story, the garden.  Second, I prepared to write down the next setting mentioned in the story, the children’s cutting room.  Third, I repeated this until I had written down all the settings mentioned in the story, including the refrigerator.  In this way, I prepared to write how wanting to play caused a chain reaction through the settings by writing the setting ontologies in Computational English.

16.I prepared to write that the author achieved all her aims.  I did this by writing the aim of the author in Computational English.  First, I wrote the author chose the bull’s-eye to aim for.  Second, I wrote the author selected possible text to use to be represented by the bull’s-eye.  Third, I wrote the author pointed with an arrow at words that were best at achieving her aim.  I prepared to write that the author achieved all her aims by writing the aim of the author in Computational English.

17.I prepared to write influence was an experiential midpoint between argument and interpretation.  I did this by writing the author’s influence in Computational English.  First, I wrote the person who was part of an influx through the author’s life.  Second, I wrote what the person said.  Third, I wrote the author’s reply to what the person said.  In this way, I prepared to write influence was an experiential midpoint between argument and interpretation by writing the author’s influence in Computational English.

18.I prepared to evince logical correctness.  I did this by writing a statement “the man made it” was correct in Computational English.  First, I wrote that the man walked along the track.  Second, I wrote that the man reached the line.  Third, I wrote it was correct that the man made it.  In this way, I prepared to evince logical correctness by writing a statement “the man made it” was correct in Computational English.

19.I prepared to verify the title of the book was good.  I did this by writing that the statement “I wrote the book” was good in Computational English.  First, I verified that the people involved in writing the book were good.  Second, I wrote I verified that he language in the book was good.  Third, I verified that a model stage production of the book was good.  In this way, I prepared to verify the title of the book was good by writing that the statement “I wrote the book” was good in Computational English.

20.I prepared to publish the book.  I did this by verifying that the text was well written.  First, I verified that the text was factual.  Second, I verified that the text contained good ideas.  Third, I verified that the text was grammatical.  In this way, I prepared to publish the book by verifying that the text was well written.

21.I prepared to write the book.  I did this by writing the text.  First, I thought of a topic.  Second, I wrote the reason.  Third, I wrote an inference between the reason and the conclusion.  In this way, I prepared to write the book by writing the text.

22.I prepared to collect evidence on a topic.  I did this by recording an object’s registration number.  First, I looked at an object.  Second, I thought of its registration number.  Third, I recorded it in the computer program.  In this way, I prepared to collect evidence on a topic by recording an object’s registration number.

23.I prepared to become immortal (e.g. remembered until a point in time).  I did this by recording the knowledge in the form of modus ponens.  First, I wrote “I am happy because of placing the pink skittle on the ground”.  Second, I wrote, “I am happy because of placing the pink skittle on the ground, therefore you are happy because of knocking the pink skittle over with the green ball”.  Third, I wrote, “You are happy because of knocking the pink skittle over with the green ball”.  In this way, I prepared to become immortal (e.g. remembered until a point in time) by recording the knowledge in the form of modus ponens.

24.I prepared to bring arguments to all areas of study.  I did this by constructing an argument from experience.  First, I wrote down the first experience.  Second, I wrote down the second experience.  Third, I connected these experiences with an inference that I had experienced.  In this way, I prepared to bring arguments to all areas of study by constructing an argument from experience.

25.I prepared to make the most central discoveries on Earth.  I did this by writing on the topic “Encuntglish,” about the most important noumenon being opened up like a book.  First, I opened the book.  Second, I considered what to write.  Third, I wrote down my discovery.  In this way, I prepared to make the most central discoveries on Earth by writing on the topic “Encuntglish,” about the most important noumenon being opened up like a book.

26.I prepared to make money from positive circles.  I did this by writing that Inclish referred to Positivity Inc.  First, I verified that the first term was positive.  Second, I verified that the next term was positive.  Third, I repeated this until I had verified that all the terms were positive.  In this way, I prepared to make money from positivity by writing that Inclish referred to Positivity Inc.

27.I prepared to verify that the solider had packed lunch.  I did this by writing that Inglish referred to “in” being unified with another instance of “in”.  First, I placed a chocolate in the child’s hand.  Second, I verified that the chocolate was still in the child’s hand.  Third, I verified that the child had eaten the chocolate.  In this way, I prepared to verify that the solider had packed lunch by writing that Inglish referred to “in” being unified with another instance of “in”.

28.I prepared to write a seen-as version for a student’s essay.  I did this by writing that Conglish referred to Computational English, the detailed phenomenological investigation into computational algorithms for English functions.  First, I wrote the sense data that a person was interested in learning meditation (e.g. reading a book).  Second, I connected this information with the knowledge to teach meditation in my brain (e.g. looked up values in a table).  Third, I taught the meditation student meditation by telling him to silently repeat God’s name the mantra “Lucian”, for twenty minutes each day, until the mantra becomes more and more refined, transcending and clearing thoughts that are thought of as byproducts of stress (e.g. explained the mathematical equation).  In this way, I prepared to write a seen-as version for a student’s essay by writing that Conglish referred to Computational English, the detailed phenomenological investigation into computational algorithms for English functions.

29.I prepared to tell the story of the loaf.  I did this by writing that Kinglish referred to the King’s symbols.  First, I read the eight-pointed star.  Second, I read the loaf-eater symbol.  Third, I read the orb symbol.  In this way, I prepared to tell the story of the loaf by writing that Kinglish referred to the King’s symbols.

30.I prepared to design icons for each essay topic.  I did this by writing that Basic Ciccy referred to an icon being designed for an essay topic.  First, I read the essay topic.  Second, I designed an icon for it.  Third, I clicked on the icon.  In this way, I prepared to design icons for each essay topic by writing that Basic Ciccy referred to an icon being designed for an essay topic.

31.I prepared to discover the protein code.  I did this by writing that Bioschemistry (sic) referred to computational biochemistry, the study of the computational nature of proteins.  First, I discovered the first biochemical reaction.  Second, I prepared to discover the next biochemical reaction.  Third, I repeated this until I had discover all the biochemical reactions and the desired result had been achieved.  In this way, I prepared to discover the protein code by writing that Bioschemistry (sic) referred to computational biochemistry, the study of the computational nature of proteins.

32.I prepared to make a protein computer.  I did this by writing that Bicochemistry (sic) referred to biochemical computation, the study of the manipulation of the computational nature of proteins.  First, I caused the first biochemical reaction.  Second, I prepared to observe the next biochemical reaction.  Third, I repeated this until I had observed all the biochemical reactions and the desired result had been achieved.  In this way, I prepared to make a protein computer by writing that Bicochemistry (sic) referred to biochemical computation, the study of the manipulation of the computational nature of proteins.

33.I prepared to help with one threshold. I did this by choosing one threshold. First, I interpreted it. Second, I chose God (philosopher) lines. Third, I liked it. In this way, I prepared to help with one threshold by choosing one threshold.

34.I prepared to write laws. I did this by writing laws and guidelines for writing breasonings currency. First, I made compost. Second, I found a mug. Third, I drank from it. In this way, I prepared to write laws by writing laws and guidelines for writing breasonings currency.

35.I prepared to write on you too. I did this by writing topics to write breasonings currency on. First, I wrote the artemis ardamon. Second, I wrote you, As. Third, I like your rods. In this way, I prepared to write on you too by writing topics to write breasonings currency on.

36.I prepared to know Artemis. I did this by researching the product of the breasoning currency. First, I wrote on the breasoning currency. Second, I held aloft the Parises Whittaker. Third, I knew about Dick Whittington. In this way, I prepared to know Artemis by researching the product of the breasoning currency.

37.I prepared to write on breasonings currency. I did this by instituting training in Pedagogy. First, I found the raptures. Second, I held up too soon. Third, I had specialised breasonings currency writing training. In this way, I prepared to write on breasonings currency by instituting training in Pedagogy.

38.I prepared to join up doughnut religion (philosophy). I did this by training in philosophy. First, I wrote philosophy. Second, I wrote on tizziwinkle's flappings. Third, I designed you. In this way, I prepared to join up doughnut religion (philosophy) by training in philosophy.

39.I prepared to unend things. I did this by training in creative writing. First, I gained the confidence to pick up the pen. Second, I gained the confidence to write. Third, I breasoned out the breasonings. In this way, I prepared to unend things by training in creative writing.

40.I prepared to . I did this by training in business. First, I stated, “That's what the word currency is about”. Second, I identified the receipt. Third, I designed you too. In this way, .

41.I prepared to dine on the quince. I did this by researching breasonings currency with ethics approval. First, I desgined ethics approval. Second, I designed the man's manuscripts. Third, I held the effigies. In this way, I prepared to dine on the quince by researching breasonings currency with ethics approval.

42. I prepared to connect 50 As to each sentence. I did this by setting breasonings currency medicine as the domain of my PhD. First, I resaeched the medicinal requirements of the product. Second, I wrote the epistemological details about it. Third, I held the nanotode (sic). In this way, I prepared to connect 50 As to each sentence by setting breasonings currency medicine as the domain of my PhD.