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The big question: How to form an artificial language which makes sense to everyone or at least to most of us?

One would agree that it seems a great and sometimes impossible challenge TO create a unilang which would serve all Europe and Europeans as a European auxiliary language such as Esperanto or Interlingua. While Esperanto & Interlingua were introduced in late 1880 and mid 1950, more up-to-date approaches seem necessary to deal with the enormous changes in social, cultural & European life. R u ready?

Democracies, elections (just look at Obama in the US), the internet, mobile phones & free boundaries opened up a new world which cannot be ignored, therefore the European Spirit needs to be held up high and its influence should be reflected in every step of our attempt in creating a European Unilang.

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Brian Barker said...

I wouldn't bother about Unilang if I were you. Esperanto is well on its way to acceptance.

During a short period of 121 years Esperanto is in the top 100 languages, out of 6,000 worldwide, according to the CIA factbook. It is the 17th most used language in Wikipedia, and in use by Skype, Firefox and Facebook.

There are at least 1,000 native Esperanto speakers, including George Soros, Nobel Laureate Daniel Bovet, and World Champion Chess Player, Susan Polger.

Further arguments can be seen at and a glimpse of the language at

Arne Duering said...

Dar EULINGU un lingu por totali populi d'Europu...absolutely we will make mistakes...we will fail...we will go the hard way...we will step on Esperanto ground...but hey...there is no way in stopping us...we will will go for the best solution...and the best solution is not Esperanto...especially from ur comment I gather that u r not in favour of another attempt to unite Europe and European culture...even when there is a lot of people who feel that Esperanto is outdated an not up to date...Eulingu is based on Esperanto, so what the fuss...we are all in the same & respect, arne

Bill Chapman said...

Mi sendas al vi bondezirojn! I wish you well.

You have a big job ahead of you. Esperanto already has a lively speaker population, and new people are learning it all the time.

Like you, I am a convinced European. It is certainly the case that life is too short to learn all the languages of Europe.

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