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106 English - The preliminary formal language (page 106)

English - The prelimilinary formal language

This document is written in English. English will also be the language used by citizens to communicate with each other and especially with me because it in most cases will be the only language all or most of the participants have in common. Even though the formal, legal language is Ido. then English in a long time will still be a formal language but the transition to only one formal and legal language (Ido) have to be done.

    The timeframe is in years but hopefully less than a decade.

    The English will lostloose its status as a formal language. Of course it will still be an important language of the nation but formal activities like discussion laws, politics, infrastructure, education, foreign affairs et cetera will be taken place in Ido speaking or written forums.2014-08-03

    When marketing the nation it is important to do that to a broader audience than the Idists which can be counted in hundreds or maybe a few thousands. See a more specific estimate later in page 100.2014-08-03. So English should be used as the primary external marketing language even after it lost its status as formal language.

      

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