For the best learning of our friends in this place, should we attempt to write all or our answers in up goer five words?
This would help people who do not have a lot of words that they know understand new words.
Maybe the place for adding a new answer could let people know when they are using the right words?
I noticed that your question "passes" the up goer five test. I'd also like to point out that, even though all of the words are simple, the question itself was hard to read and comprehend. It has a very disjointed, unnatural feel; I didn't find any of those three sentences particularly easy to grasp on the first pass.
I think your intent is good (let's not overwhelm an English language learner with words that they might not understand). However, such severe self-imposed restrictions run the risk of making something less understandable, once these ultra-basic words are assembled together. The language loses precision, which can cause it to lose meaning. The language loses its richness, making it read less fluidly. The words may be simpler, but the sentences can be harder to understand.
Even though I disagreed with your suggestion, I do agree with your motives. Not only that, this is the first time I had seen that very interesting website, so I appreciate the time you took to compose your question, and to share your thoughts.