All about the international language Esperanto, and other constructed languages
Learn about the languages built for everyone
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Language is undoubtedly one of the most important tools in the human toolbox. Without language, we wouldn't be able to communicate, cooperate, build together, or coexist at all. The old Bible story of the Tower of Babel is a perfect representation of how essential language is in all human societies. But if language is such a useful and important tool for cooperation, why are there so many different languages around the world, and not a single one that's universally understood?
This is the problem that many constructed languages try to solve. Numerous languages have been developed by history's brightest linguists in the hopes to bring the world together, but they still remain relatively unknown in today's society. So, what are these languages intended for the international community, and how do they work? Read on to find out.
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