International auxiliary language facts for kids
Languages of large societies over the centuries have almost reached the international level, for example Latin, Greek, Standard Arabic, Standard Chinese, English, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.
Significant auxiliary languages
- pidgins - a simplified language used in Singapore, the Philippines, Polynesia and other places.
- Volapük - the first widely used constructed language, less popular after Esperanto was introduced.
- Esperanto - a constructed language with up to 2,000,000 speakers.
- Ido - a project of reformed Esperanto.
- Interlingua - a constructed language.
- Basic English - A constructed language, a simplified form of English with reduced number of words
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