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  International Auxiliary Language - Karr.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
An international auxiliary language (sometimes abbreviated as IAL or auxlang) or interlanguage is a language meant for communication between people from different nations who do not share a common native language.
Thus, while English is in wide international use, it is not generally considered an auxiliary language because of its close association with nations and cultures in which it is spoken natively.
Languages with naturalistic derivation; for example, Occidental and Interlingua, are designed so that not only the root words but their compounds and derivations will often be recognizable at sight by people familiar with the source languages.
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 Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > International auxiliary language
An international auxiliary language (sometimes abbreviated as IAL or auxlang) is, generally speaking, a language used for communication between people from different nations who do not share a common native language.
The term "auxiliary" implies that it is not intended to replace the native languages of the people from around the world using it, but rather is intended to serve as a standard to avoid the need for its would-be users to learn all of the languages in its pool of users.
Moreover, since there are also various mutually unintelligible sign languages throughout the world as well, sign languages such as Gestuno have also been proposed and/or designed to serve the role of serving as a lingua franca throughout the world (for the deaf at least).
www.kids.net.au /encyclopedia-wiki/in/International_auxiliary_language   (361 words)

  
 International auxiliary language - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
An international auxiliary language (sometimes abbreviated as IAL or auxlang) is a language used (or to be used in the future) for communication between people from different nations who do not share a common native language.
Although proposals have been made for existing languages to serve as an official international auxiliary language, the concept has been most commonly associated with constructed languages such as Esperanto which were designed from the beginning to serve this purpose.
Invented auxiliary languages are not widely used; nor have natural languages such as English and French penetrated universally, as some people imagine.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/International_auxiliary_language   (515 words)

  
 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
While some existing sentential languages have been proposed to serve as an official international auxiliary language, the concept has been most commonly associated with constructed sentential languages such as Esperanto and Interlingua which were designed from the beginning to serve this purpose.
Proponents of such languages often use the term planned language instead (but this is somewhat ambiguous since it is also used to refer to a standardized ethnic language or constructed languages in general).
International sign is distinct in many ways from spoken IALs; many signs are iconic and signers tend to insert these signs into the grammar of their own sign language, with an emphasis on visually intuitive gestures and mime.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: ª   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
The equivalent of the adjective 12th in the Spanish, Portuguese and Italian languages is 12º when the noun being modified is of masculine grammatical gender.
Standard Italian is based on Tuscan dialects and is somewhat intermediate between the languages of Southern Italy and the Gallo-Romance languages of the North.
His intention was to create an easy-to-learn language, to serve as an international auxiliary language...
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 World Auxiliary Language convocation - Ideas
Where an international auxiliary language to be chosen by international consensus, such as through a specific convocation held for this purpose could ensure that children were being taught in all primary and secondary schools of the world, and thus ensuring that an international auxiliary language could take root.
Proponents of constructed languages suggest that such a language would provide other advantages such as being neutral, being simple to learn, having a lack of gender bias, etc., but, even a "natural" language could conceivably be chosen to fill this role.
Proponents respond that as an auxiliary language (not replacing mother languages but one being agreed upon as a standard second, or in some cases, third language), individuals could still preserve (and even enhance their ability to preserve) their native language(s).
www.allyourideas.com /index.php?title=World_Auxiliary_Language_convocation   (179 words)

  
 Esperanto language, alphabet and pronunciation
Esperanto is an international auxiliary language devised in 1887 by Dr. Ludovic Lazar Zamenhof (1859-1917), a Jewish Eye Doctor, under the pseudonym of "Doktoro Esperanto".
He originally called the language "La Internacia Lingvo" (The International Language), but it soon became known as Esperanto, which means "the hoping one".
He believed that much of the distrust and misunderstanding between the different ethnic groups was a result of language differences, so he resolved to create an international language which could be used as an neutral lingua franca and could help break down the language barriers.
www.omniglot.com /writing/esperanto.htm   (487 words)

  
 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
In the philosophy of language, a natural language (or ordinary language) is a language that is spoken, written, or signed (visually or tactilely) by humans for general-purpose communication, as distinguished from such constructs as computer-programming languages or the "languages" used in the study of formal logic, especially mathematical logic.
Natural language processing (NLP), which is computerised support for natural-language style input (as opposed to the highly artificial syntax normally seen in computer languages) is a major sub-field of artificial intelligence and linguistics.
Natural languages are deemed to be unsuitable for programming languages simply because they have a vast vocabulary that can be deemed infinite, complex grammatical rules and a sense of ambiguity surrounding them.
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  The function of an international auxiliary language
So far as the advocates of a constructed international language are concerned, it is rather to be wondered at how much in common their proposals actually have, both in vocabulary and in general spirit of procedure.
This does not mean that a constructed international language is expected to have the perfection of mathematical symbolism, but it must be progressively felt as moving in that direction.
It is, of course, not the language as such which is sinned against, but the conventions of fitness which are in the minds of the natives who act as custodians of the language.
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This asserts that, since any national language, however large the area it may represent, is by definition less than universal in scope, it cannot do full justice to the speech and thought of an area with a different outlook, sense of history, and cultural and religious experience, as expressed through language.
Assuming this came to pass, the relationship between the international auxiliary language and every national tongue would be comparable to that which presently exists, or has existed, between the minority ethnic tongues and the great national languages which entirely surround them.
Thus there is no reason to suppose that an international auxiliary consciously developed for creative usage would not gradually obtain the linguistic and euphonic capacity to incorporate all useful features, whether structural or decorative, from both "national" and constructed languages.
www.bahai-library.com /books/lango/lang18.html   (747 words)

  
 What is the International Auxiliary Language (IAL)?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
This auxiliary international language will gather the nations under one standard, as if the five continents of the world had become one, for then mutual interchange of thought will be possible for all.
If the International Language becomes a factor of the future, all the Eastern peoples will be enabled to acquaint themselves with the sciences of the West, and in turn the Western nations will become familiar with the thoughts and ideas of the East, thereby improving the condition of both.
In short, with the establishment of this International Language the world of mankind will become another world and extraordinary will be the progress....
www.appledene.karoo.net /whatistheinterna.html   (340 words)

  
 Legal Fusion Group Auxiliary language
An international auxiliary language (sometimes abbreviated as IAL or auxlang) is a
There would be a spoken and a written form; the adoption of an official script for the blind has also been proposed, to correspond to the chosen written international language.
but now more commonly simply as 'international sign', the language has continued to develop since the first signs were standardised in 1973, and it is now in widespread use.
www.legalfusiongroup.com /articles/a/u/x/auxiliary_language/auxiliary_language.html   (504 words)

  
 Internet :: Science :: Social Sciences :: Linguistics :: Languages :: Constructed :: International Auxiliary - Tu ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
Ameryske Tunga: Amerykan Language - Amerysk is a constructed language developed in 1979 for members of the Asatru (Norse Pagan) faith.
Romanova - An inter-Romance constructed auxiliary language based on the four major Romance languages, and is intended for international communication among speakers of Latin languages.
Universal Language - Interdisciplinary articles on artificial language, communication and culture in language usage, typology, and universality in language with applied linguists in mind.
www.tutiempo.net /Internet/Directorio/Science/Social_Sciences/Linguistics/Languages/Constructed/International_Auxiliary   (650 words)

  
 Can a Language Be Owned? Excerpt from THE LANGUAGE IMPERATIVE, by Suzette Haden Elgin
IALs have tended to reflect the cultures of those who construct or choose them — as the evidence for the strong link between language and culture would predict — and therefore to bring along with them all the political problems associated with those cultures.
Because IALs are a hobby limited to people with unusual interests, as compared to people interested in postage stamps or baseball or gardening, they've frequently been constructed with little regard for how difficult they might be to learn and use.
The idea of trying to run a world with a language specifically designed to express the perceptions of a warrior race is equally strange, despite its convenient fit with the Warrior metaphor that organizes so much of American life; a language designed for the Diplomat metaphor would be better suited to the task.
www.sfwa.org /members/Elgin/LanguageOwned.html   (1224 words)

  
 optimal auxiliary language guidelines
The language should be designed so that all compounds can be unambiguously divided into their constituent morphemes, and so that no single morpheme can be mistaken for a combination of several morphemes.
In some cases, they have refused to spell out their rules of syntax, claiming that the arrangement of words in their languages would be “natural” or “intuitive.” This invariably means that it is “natural” to those who have the same native language as the IAL designer, and not to others.
In some constructed languages, it is necessary to memorize whether a verb is inherently transitive or intransitive, and affixes are used to convert transitive verbs to intransitive and vice versa.
www.rickharrison.com /language/optimal.html   (5580 words)

  
 INTERNATIONAL AUXILIARY LANGUAGES
Many IAL advocates would like to see SOME auxiliary language widely used, and they would be willing to go with whatever one seems most likely to to gain acceptance, even if it were not their personal favorite.
Lojban is useful for the study of languages themselves and has been used as an auxiliary language in its own right.
Ceqli is an auxiliary language project of Rex May. Ceqli had its origins in some of the concepts of James Cooke Brown's Loglan, but has developed in its own directions under the influence of English and Mandarin.
www.smart.net /%7Ebartlett/ial.html   (2341 words)

  
 Esperanto FAQ: Part 9
The International Auxiliary Language Association (IALA) researched this point scientifically, and came up with the conclusion that while there are 6 170 languages in the world (not including dialects) at this time, there is no evidence that a language with one word from each language would be more popular.
First of all, there are thousands of languages in the world and if Esperanto attempted to create its vocabulary from even 10 % of them you would simply get a language which would be very difficult to learn for everybody instead of the real Esperanto which is relatively easy for all.
In fact, what makes Esperanto a truly "international" language (as distinct from a "world" language like English) is its extraordinary semantic flexibility which allows speakers from different language families to translate their own thought patterns directly into Esperanto and produce something which is perfectly intelligible and grammatically correct.
www.esperanto.net /veb/faq-9.html   (1266 words)

  
 Interlingua in Science   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
At the outset of the 20th century, it was taken for granted that the true test of any auxiliary language would be its adoption for use in the sciences.
This distinction between the international vocabulary and any language built out of it was later underlined by Gode and Blair when they noted in the preface to the Interlingua Grammar (1951b) that it was "a grammar of the international language" (original emphasis).
The languages of the European littoral have become the tongues of the New World and subsequently the idiom of the whole world, bringing the Latin vocabulary of which they are the carriers to its ultimate destination as the patrimony of the entire earth.
www.interlingua.org /html/interlingua___science.htm   (3363 words)

  
 Open Directory Project : Science : Social Sciences : Linguistics : Languages : Constructed : International Auxiliary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
Ongoing revision project to revive and improve Novial language and update the vocabulary though remaining faithful to the general directions of creator of the language Otto Jespersen.
A language with common Slavic word stock and syntax containing main features of all Slavic languages such as substitution of word order for noun articles, perfective and imperfective aspects, synthetical type of morphology.
An inter-Romance constructed auxiliary language based on the four major Romance languages, and is intended for international communication among speakers of Latin languages.
www.greenfibres.com /ODP/index.php?c=Science/Social_Sciences/Linguistics/Languages/Constructed/International_Auxiliary   (421 words)

  
 international language: Artificial Languages — FactMonster.com
An artificial language is an idiom that has not developed in a speech community like a natural tongue but has been constructed by human agents from various materials, such as devised signs, elements or modified elements taken from existing natural languages, and invented forms.
Another type of artificial language that has had more popular success is the kind formed from elements or modified elements of existing natural languages.
The grammar is based on that of European languages but is greatly simplified and regular; its syntax, spelling, and pronunciation are influenced especially by Slavonic.
www.factmonster.com /ce6/society/A0858867.html   (462 words)

  
 Brainboost - why english is an international language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
IATEFL - International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language IATEFL stands for the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language and our mission is to link, develop and support English Language Teaching professionals throughout the world..
Todays search for information and need for global communication have already promoted English from being the language of the American, the British, the Irish, the Australian, the New Zealand, the Canadian, the Caribbean, and the South African peoples to being the international language..
Bell Internationals Christmas Course is ideal for students who are in the UK during the Christmas holidays, and who wish to continue their English language studies..
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 LangX - A NEW TEMPLATE FOR THE INTERNATIONAL AUXILIARY LANGUAGE - General Observations
It may seem that creating an IAL is too big an enterprise for one person, but the only reason for this is that none of the existing languages have found it that easy to become accepted and actually learned for the sake of international cooperation and understanding.
In fact, the whole concept of an IAL is so new to history that it is diametrically the opposite of what politicians would want to use it for (their own concerns).
The fact that international agencies restrict their sphere of operation to material necessities allows for a rudimentary IAL employed solely as an auxiliary or second language.
www.bahai-library.org /books/lango/lang08.html   (3318 words)

  
 Esperanto - Langmaker   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
Esperanto is an international language and was created by Ludwig Lazarus Zamenhof by 1887.
Esperanto is the most successful constructed language ever, with perhaps a million speakers in the world (estimates vary from 100,000 to 15 million), concentrated in Europe but also with pockets of speakers in Japan and China.
It has spawned more offspring than any other constructed language, with many reform projects, the most prominent of which is Ido.
www.langmaker.com /db/Esperanto   (169 words)

  
 International Auxiliary Languages:About - International Auxiliary Languages
Unlike other sites which deal with the idea of constructing languages the focus of this website is only languages which serve as a international auxiliary languages, whether constructed for this purpose or they be natural languages used in this manner.
International auxiliary languages can be constructed by someone with the goal of serving in this way, but natural languages can also be used in this manner.
For example Latin was an international auxiliary language for science and learned studies for centuries, and before it came Koine Greek and also Aramaic.
ial.wikia.com /wiki/International_Auxiliary_Languages:About   (333 words)

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