It's a failed effort to make a simple, universal language. It survives primarily with Trekkies and college students majoring in computer programming and other pseudo-science majors.
An artificial "universal" language, invented by Dr Louis Zamenhof, of Warsaw, and first published in 1887. It is based upon the roots of the principal European languages, and has so simple a grammar and forms of construction that it can be learned very quickly.
by Susan Reid 6 years ago
Which is the easiest foreign language to master and why?
by Stephanie Launiu 4 years ago
Do you think that English is the universal language? Should there be a universal language?English is the predominant language in about 70 countries. But if you think it should be the universal language, then why do we need to translate our public documents into so many foreign languages here in the...
by ngureco 9 years ago
Will The World One Day Have One Universal Language?Not Withstanding What God Intended In Confusion Of Tongues?
by Darrell Roberts 6 years ago
Do you think that there will ever be one language to unite the humans on this planet?I think it would be nice to have on language of the humans. If cultures could put their egos aside and move forward to create on language so that communication is clear among our species.
by Funom Theophilus Makama 6 years ago
What do you think about the sign language? Isn't it underrated?I was just wondering this morning and I realized the sign language is the most universal language in the world. So far so good, it is the same in Africa, Ukraine, Poland, Germany and Switzerland (some of the parts of the world I have...
by pisean282311 8 years ago
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