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This paper presents a survey of research in controlled natural languages that can be used as high-level knowledge representation languages. Over the past 10 years or so, a number of machine-oriented controlled natural languages have emerged that can be used as high-level interface languages to various kinds of knowledge systems. These languages are relevant to the area of computational linguistics since they have two very interesting properties: firstly, they look informal like naturaldoi:10.1075/li.28.1.08sch fatcat:vzs7usarrvevvoxsg44dgdrmiy