Category:Constructed languages

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Constructed languages are those languages which are man-made for a specific purpose as opposed to natural occurring languages which have evolved and continue to do so over time. Some reasons why such languages may be deemed necessary are to make communication easier for those who have problems with a more complex language, eg. Blissymbols ; to encourage peace by the adoption of a neutral language devoid of nationalistic connotations, eg, Esperanto; artistic purposes as in Tolkiens’ Lord of the Rings.


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