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Het enige mogelijke probleem met groepsnamen in Interlingua is dat *iedereen* op het eerste gezicht de indruk krijgt dat de groepen in een voor hen vreemde taal zijn.
Interlingua is voor 98% een systematisering van de grootste gemene deler van al deze Grieks-Latijnse elementen die in de gezamenlijke Europese talen overleven.
In het geval dat twee deelnemers geen taal gemeen hebben, zou Interlingua kunnen helpen vanwege zijn eenvoud en zijn internationale woordenschat.
www.europa.usenet.eu.org /historia/interlingua.html   (10008 words)

 Interlingua language, alphabet and pronunciation
Interlingua is an international auxiliary language developed by the International Auxiliary Language Association with financing from the Rockfeller Foundation, The Carnegie Corporation, the Research Corporation and principally the family of the heiress Alice Vanderbilt Morris and her husband and children, who were deeply interested in the problem of international communication.
The grammar of Interlingua is a minimum grammar for use of the international vocabulary of the dictionary as a language.
Interlingua represents the common lexical heritage of the European languages and is immediately comprehensible to millions, and is easily learned.
www.omniglot.com /writing/interlingua.htm   (1130 words)

Interlingua is the name given by a body called I.A.L.A. to its compilation, published in 1951, of the major part of the common element in the languages of the Western civilization.
The grammar of Interlingua, in stark contrast to those of other "international languages", is also based on objective assessment of what is in fact international, rather than on what theorists thought ought to be so.
The pronunciation of Interlingua is virtually that of ecclesiastical Latin, except that the soft c (before e, i, y) is pronounced either as s or ts, but not as tsh.
members.tripod.com /~interlingua/anglese.html   (1086 words)

The Interlingua translations (Esterhill) in the Multilingual Compendium of Plant Diseases (1976 and 1977), published by the American Phytopathological Society in cooperation with the United States Department of Agriculture, marked the final milestone in the distinguished history of Interlingua in the service of science.
Interlingua, the only interlanguage ever adopted for use in the sciences, survived little more than a quarter of a century, and there is no reason to believe that it could now be revived.
Peano, at the start of the 20th century, made explicit (in his Latino sine Flexione, later renamed Interlingua) their intuition that it was the surviving elements of the Latin language which lent to the modern tongues their character of internationality.
www.interlingua.org /html/copy_of_verbatim.htm   (930 words)

 Wikinfo | Interlingua   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
In appearance, Interlingua combines a Latin-Romance vocabulary with a simplified Romance grammar, and thus it is often referred to as a modernized and simplified Latin.
Interlingua may well be the most widely spoken international auxiliary language (IAL) after Esperanto, although the estimated number of speakers overlaps with that of Ido.
Interlingua supporters point out that Esperanto, despite being based on Slavic, Germanic, and Romance languages, has some of its strongest communities in China and Japan, where the local languages are totally unrelated to the Indo-European languages.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Interlingua   (3392 words)

 Interlingua - UniLang Wiki
Interlingua non es un lingua artificialmente fabricate secundo preferentias particular de un sol persona o de un gruppo isolate de individuos.
De facto Interlingua non es un nove creation, ma solmente le re-initiate functionamento del latino in un forma moderne, como illo potentialmente continuava de exister, principalmente in le linguas romanic e anglese, ma su sphera de penetration se extendeva in omne linguas occidental e in alteres.
Interlingua pote esser un profitabile factor supplementari in studios linguistic.
home.unilang.org /wiki3/index.php/Interlingua   (385 words)

 n63   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Il es sapite, in plus, que in le realisation del conception de interlingua il nasceva un lingua cuje vocabulario es latinesc, su grammatica, in vice, moderne, assi que illo pote esser nominate de derecto un latino moderne.
Interlingua da un clave a tote le linguas romanic - mesmo al anglese.
Interlingua qua un lingua latinesc se trova in le vicinitate del linguas romanic (o neolatin).
www.interlingua-nl.com /site/n63.htm   (1150 words)

Interlingua has proved useful in various applications, particularly in scientific and medical communication, with the auxiliary function of providing research reports with summaries of virtually universal accessibility.
Interlingua differs from other international languages in that its elaboration was prompted not simply by the desire to provide a universal language but essentially by the finding that such a language could utilize a number of the phenomena observed in linguistic research.
Interlingua is represented by an international organization (the Union Mundial pro Interlingua) and by associations in the Scandinavian countries, France, Britain, Switzerland, the United States, and elsewhere.
www.interlingua.fi /amercana.htm   (1155 words)

 Interlingua - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is for this reason that Interlingua is frequently termed a naturalistic IAL (as opposed to schematic IALs such as Esperanto and Ido, which are less closely tied to their source languages).
The forms of Interlingua words are based on the historical or hypothetical forms from which the national forms evolved.
The grammar of Interlingua is based on that of the Romance languages, but simplified, primarily under the influence of English.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Interlingua   (4036 words)

 Bluegrass Interlingua Club
Interlingua is the international language published by the International Auxiliary Language Association (IALA) of New York in 1951, after decades of research by full-time linguists.
Interlingua, like other planned languages, can be used as a second language for the world and as a bridge between its speakers of its source languages English, French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Interlingua grammar, also a simplified form of Latin-based languages, is very simple, because it does not have the dreaded irregular verbs and nouns that national languages have.
www.angelfire.com /ky/LeCorde   (300 words)

 OHCHR: Interlingua () - Universal Declaration of Human Rights   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Interlingua falls within the category of planned international auxiliary languages, which, as such, are always lingua francas (languages for interethnic communication) and therefore used as second languages.
Interlingua appeared in 1951, sponsored by the IALA - International Auxiliary Language Association in New York.
Interlingua is very close to the Indo-European language family, as vocabulary and grammar is of Latin-Romance origin.
www.unhchr.ch /udhr/lang/1119.htm   (1584 words)

 Union Mundial pro Interlingua | Interlingua, communication sin frontieras   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Interlingua es facile e amusante a apprender - e multo practic pro juniores.
Panorama in interlingua es le international magazin de novas, completemente in interlingua omne duo menses.
Interlingua es registrate per le Organisation International de Standardisation (ISO) como ia.
www.interlingua.com   (131 words)

An interlingua is a notation representing the content of text that can be used to mediate between source and target languages in machine translation.
Interlinguas have a long history in machine translation (see for example proceedings of the series of SIG-IL workshops at http://crl.nmsu.edu/Events/FWOI/index.html), and the PIs all have considerable experience building interlingua-based and other MT systems.
One reason for this situation is that there is no commonly accepted theory of interlingua, and the problem is too big to address from scratch in the life span of a typical research or development effort.
www.aitcnet.org /nsf/iamtc/interlingua.html   (1679 words)

 La Página Mexicana a favor de Interlingua
Interlingua es un idioma relativamente joven pues fue presentado en 1951 con la publicación del Diccionario Interlingua - Inglés (Interlingua - English Dictionary) por IALA (International Auxiliary Language Association) con 27,000 palabras.
El éxito de interlingua sólo depende de que nos animemos a conocer, aprender y utilizar este idioma y aprovechemos convenientemente los beneficios para los que fue recopilada.
Contiene información y noticias sobre la UMI y sobre interlingua, venta de libros en interlingua y muchos vínculos a sitios relacionados.
www.geocities.com /kapinshinra/Interlingua/PagMexafvrdInterling.htm   (1142 words)

Interlingua boasts of its freedom from diacritical marks, but at the same time imitates the capricious accents of the Romance languages.
But the method of Gode's Interlingua is a return to the "compromise pan-European" of Esperanto and Ido (in which the word derivation and orthography are compromises between the bigger European languages).
Unlike in schematic languages, Interlingua words often have to be learned by rote, with the net result being typical for any naturalistic constructed language: easy to read, nearly impossible to write or speak.
www.homunculus.com /babel/ainterlingua.html   (2599 words)

 Historia de Interlingua
Le multissime pecias del historia de interlingua, le international lingua auxiliar, es colligite ci per expertos e interessatos.
Articulo effective faceva revista medical in anglese publicar summarios in interlingua, usque le crise del 1970s causava le fin del successo.
Un visita ab le nubes: Alexander Gode, le ultime chef del labor lexicographic detra interlingua, visitava Danmark in 1963.
www.interlingua.com /historia/index.html   (646 words)

 InterLingua UK - International Linguistic Services   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
InterLingua understands the need for quality presentation of texts and documents.
InterLingua works with some of the largest (and smallest) companies in Russia.
InterLingua provides in-company language training for all levels of ability.
www.interlingua.co.uk   (253 words)

 Le historia antenatal de interlingua   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Interlingua nasceva in 1951 con le publication del dictionario interlingua-anglese, cuje redactor esseva Alexander Gode, e le grammatica preparate per A. Gode e Hugh E. Blair.
Le production de interlingua superpassa le effortios de un sol homine, le methodo sequite pro crear omne le altere linguas auxiliar, e es le resultato de travalios que durava 25 annos per equipas de linguistas que devotava un grande parte de lor tempore a iste recercas.
Interlingua narodziła się w 1951 roku wraz z opublikowaniem słownika Interlingua-angielskiego, którego redaktorem był Alexander Gode, i gramatyki przygotowanej przez A. Gode i Hugh E. Blaira.
www.interlingua.filo.pl /ilahist.htm   (4104 words)

 Benvenite a europa.* (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Interlingua es un lingua paneuropee designate per un equipa de linguistas pro esser comprehensibile pro un maxime quantitate de personas.
Alcun personas ja posta articulos in interlingua al gruppos, assi como in francese, anglese, italiano, germano e polonese.
Interlingua is paneuropean language that was designed by a team of linguists to be comprehensible for a maximum amount of people.
www.europa.usenet.eu.org.cob-web.org:8888   (675 words)

 Om interlingua
INTERLINGUA förstås i varierande utsträckning nästan utan förstudier av spansk­, italiensk­ och portugisisktalande (eftersom dessa språk är avkomlingar till latinet, den främsta källan till de moderna internationella lånorden).
Interlingua är alltså ett språk som kan läsas och förstås av miljoner och därför vara till nytta redan idag utan att behöva vänta på ett officiellt antagande.
Eftersom interlingua innehåller enbart ord som är naturliga och förekommer i dessa språk så är kunskap i interlingua lika med grundläggande kunskap i flera romanska språk och inte minst i engelska, vars ordförråd i mera avancerade texter till 2/3 består av latinska ord.
www.interlingua.nu /paginas/om.htm   (1319 words)

Interlingua is based on the idea that there exists
so Interlingua re-establishes them in their entirety, and thus can be seen as a valuable tools in languages learning.
between IALA's Interlingua and that of Peano´s Interlingua, the common idea behind Interlingua argues for itself: more than 80% of this text is just Interlingua with slightly different spelling.
www.cle.unicamp.br /wcp3/interlingua2.htm   (298 words)

 The Lexical Semantics of a Machine Translation Interlingua
APPENDIX A: The Phonology and Morphology of the Interlingua
The interlingua achieves these goals by means of its simple but powerful derivational morphology which makes word design rigorous yet straight-forward, while at the same time greatly reducing the number of basic morphemes (i.e.
In the interlingua, we will use the root "xum" to represent a vague but useful relational state, with the meaning 'having an unspecified relationship with', 'having something to do with', and so on.
www.eskimo.com /~ram/lexical_semantics.html   (17321 words)

 INTERLINGUA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Interlingua was founded in Bogota, Colombia in 1980 by The Honorary Consul for Australia in Colombia, Mr.
If you are interesed in getting more information about INTERLINGUA Spanish courses, you can visit us at carrera 18 # 90-38 Chico or phone us (571 5301047 - 571 2180942) from 8:00 a.m to 7:00p.m.
At INTERLINGUA we provide you with further information about our courses, academic programs and the procedures we have to enroll students.
www.interlingua.com.co /espanol.htm   (479 words)

 Norsk Interlingua Union
Jeg anbefaler deg å bli interlingua bloger og a vi knytter oss opp mot hverandre.
Grunnideen var, at når et ord fantes i minst tre av de syv hovedspråkene, kunne det opptas i interlingua.
Dette gjør at interlingua er meget lett å lære, for størstedelen av ordene vil jo kunne kjennes igjen fra våre fremmedord.
www.interlingua.no   (690 words)

Interlingua is almost intuitive, something that cannot be said of esperanto, a close competitor for the honour of becoming a universal language of intercultural communication.
Interlingua ist intuitiv, was man von Esperanto, ihrem Mitbewerber für den Ehrenplatz einer Sprache der universalen interkulturellen Verständigung, nicht behaupten kann.
Sono in cerca di un volontario per tradurre gli articoli su questo sito in interlingua, un linguaggio formato dalle parole già internazionali esistenti nelle lingue francese, inglese, italiano, spagnolo e portoghese, con ricorso al russo e al tedesco quando occorre, normalizzate e con la grammatica molto semplificata.
www.hasslberger.com /interlingua/languages.htm   (589 words)

 Short Grammar of Interlingua
The languages of the Western civilisation can be viewed as one if in each the traits which distinguish it from its fellows are disregarded.
The result is Interlingua, which differs from the languages it covers as a type differs from the individuals it represents.
Interlingua is French modified by Spanish, English, Italian...
www.nautilus.com.br /~ensjo/interlingua/english.html   (979 words)

 Circulo de Interlingua
Iste Webring es un circulo de sitos super e/o in Interlingua, le unic lingua auxiliar international que pote esser comprendite per centos de milliones de humanos sin studio prior.
Un periodico in interlingua con un summario de novas recente in tote le mundo, con ligamines al articulos original.
Informationes de interlingua e su grammatica in anglese e in espaniol.
k.webring.com /hub?ring=interlingua&id=1&hub   (233 words)

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