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January 18th, 2017

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07:12 pm - A completed Universal Language
Here's a language made to be easy for anyone from any language to learn. (NOTE: I say this, knowing full well that I only have an English translation to explain how it works :) I'm working on it other language speakers!!).

From the front page:
"Language is one of the biggest barriers that divides us all.

The only solution today if a businessman wants to create a partnership in another country is to hire a translator or spend lots of valuable time learning only ONE specific language. Even if he learned seven languages, he'd still be out of luck for many places. There are literally thousands of languages here on Earth, and many are very different from each other.


ZANA ZIKA is a constructed language designed to be as easy to learn as possible to many different language learners. Instead of structured grammar there are concepts, strung together in any order. Instead of massive dictionaries there are less than 150 words. There aren't any confusing sounds, I've combined them and taken them out. For instance, some languages have no different sound for 'p', 'b', and 'v'. ZANA ZIKA has just one 'p', that can be mispronounced, but still understood!

It's super simple to learn and create concepts in ZANA ZIKA, so give it a try!!"

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Date:January 19th, 2017 01:13 am (UTC)


Oops. I actually forgot to post a link to the website: http://zanazika.webs.com
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Date:January 21st, 2017 03:14 am (UTC)
Some of the words in your samples and grammar use 'X'. What is its value? (In some of my languages I use X for /ʃ/. 11 phonemes is a bit too minimal IMO.
Date:January 21st, 2017 06:36 pm (UTC)
Look again at the website. After some criticism on a few other sites, I have reformed a lot of the language. The X is now gone, there are a few more words, etc.

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