goddess-complex said: that is such a good idea CHALLENGE ACCEPTED
Sad that creating the actual language is the easy part. Getting everyone to speak it is a whole other problem hahah.
anatomoyo said: That language exist?
Well, there are actually a number of constructed languages that exist. Esperanto, as some of the others have mentioned.
Also, Klingon is a full language. One I fully intend to learn someday.
So I can read Hamlet in the original Klingon.
That’s really the only reason.
It’s gonna be epic.
azzydarling said: Well there’s esperanto, exept no one speaks it. hahaha
HEY. There might be. Like. A maximum of 2mil people speaking it. That’s…. someone. *sigh*
It sadly won’t happen unless there’s a need for it, and any dominant culture so far in history hasn’t exactly been willing to forefiet their own language in favor of a constructed one. Oh well. Someday it will happen.
fun-n-fashion said: adding to what the other person said: William Shatner once did a movie entirely in Esperanto (Incubus, 1966). It was a pretty terrible movie but it was interesting how much of the actual dialogue I understood without the subtitles.
I’m nerding on the wikipedia page about it right now and apparently “The phonology, grammar, vocabulary, and semantics are based on the Indo-European languages spoken in Europe.” so that would make sense. It would be interesting to watch!