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*He only included one version of a word in the list. But all the different forms/endings of those words are allowed, but they are not written in the list and thus also not counted towards the 1000 allowed words.  
 
*He only included one version of a word in the list. But all the different forms/endings of those words are allowed, but they are not written in the list and thus also not counted towards the 1000 allowed words.  
 
**Thus many more different words than 1000 can be used, but only words with 1000 different meanings are used!
 
**Thus many more different words than 1000 can be used, but only words with 1000 different meanings are used!
**He mentions as an example the word ''talk'', which is on the list, and thus also ''talking'' and ''talked'' would be allowed.
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**He mentions as an example the word ''talk', which is on the list, and thus also ''talking'' and ''talked' would be allowed.
 
***He also allows words that do not exist if they sound funny enough like ''talker''.  
 
***He also allows words that do not exist if they sound funny enough like ''talker''.  
 
***This is similar to ''goer'' like in [[1133: Up Goer Five]] or ''Sky '''toucher''''' from the last explanation in the book.
 
***This is similar to ''goer'' like in [[1133: Up Goer Five]] or ''Sky '''toucher''''' from the last explanation in the book.

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