🟥 Newspeak Translator 🟥

Remember, Big Brother is watching you.

Based on George Orwell's dystopian novel "1984". You can read more about Newspeak on Wikipedia.
To give you the rundown, Newspeak's grammar is much simpler than standard English. Any word can function as a noun, verb, adjective, or adverb. Also, irregular nouns and verbs are made regular:
Auxiliary verbs (e.g., be, do, have), pronouns (e.g., he, she, they), demonstratives (e.g., this, that, those), and words derived from them still have irregular forms.
Also, whom is replaced by who, and shall and should become will and would.
Here are some common Newspeak prefixes:
Among these are common suffixes, which remove irregular conjugations:
For example, "Eric ate extremely slowly" becomes "Eric eated doubleplusunspeedwise".
Finally, some vocabulary words are

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