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56 Legal Language (page 56)

Legal Language

Continued from page 28.

In page 28 a list of languages for the legal language of the nation is shown. This is the discussion of there languages and a suggestion on which to choose.2013-08-05

    After reading more on the subject concerning auxlang and the criteria of a language which only use the 26 letters of the latin alphabet used in ASCII. I can only see two candidates: Ido and Latin.2013-08-05

    None of the listed languages are so widely used that it will be the main language of most citizens. So most of the citizens will have the task to learn a new language to understand and write the legal documents of the nation.2013-08-05

    Another criteria is the structure of the language which vocabularity should be consistent and easy to understand. The main reason not to use Esperanto is the use of the same word for both plural and singular second person "vi" and the special accented letters.2013-08-05

    I find the way Ido create plural version of subjects more intuitive than Esperanto using -a in the endning instead of -u.2013-08-05

    The legal language for is Ido which was decided 2013-09-24. See page 29.2014-07-31

    When speaking Ido in formal and legal situations like public announcements, negotiations, debates in the parliment, and when teaching there have to be a maximum pace so it will be easy to hear what is being said.2015-06-05

      

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