William Bullokar

William Bullokar was a 16th-century printer who devised a 40-letter phonetic alphabet for the English language. Its characters were in the black-letter or "gothic" writing style commonly used at the time. Taking as his model a Latin grammar by William Lily, Bullokar wrote the first published grammar of the English language, in a book titled ''Bref Grammar for English'', which appeared in 1586. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Bullokar, William
Published 1580
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by Bullokar, William
Published 1580
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by Bullokar, William
Published 1580
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by Bullokar, William
Published 1586
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Published 1906
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by Bullokar, William
Published 1968
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by Bullokar, William
Published 1997
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by Bullokar, William
Published 1997
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