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In George Orwell 's Nineteen Eighty-Four , the fictional language Newspeak attempts to eliminate personal thought by restricting the expressiveness of the English language.
The grammar of Newspeak has two characteristics: (i) the virtual interchangeability of linguistic function (noun, verb, adverb, adjective, etc.) among the parts of speech; (ii) the inflectional regularity in the construction and usages of words. In all verbs, the preterite and the past participle constructions are alike, ending in –ed ; hence, the preterite of steal is stealed and that of think is thinked . (See Germanic strong verb ) 
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