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96 Supporting Ido (page 96)

Supporting Ido

95=> Ido is a logically language so it most be an attractive for logical people like scientific people in mathematic, computers, physics and chemistry. You use to say that mathematic is the universal langugage because ot os the most logical langage at all. But you can't tell a stroy in the mathematic language or the difference between og or write about a horse, a zebra, a cow or a blackbird in an easy way which ordinary people with a little effort can learn.2014-08-01

    An-other group of people is they one who must use another language than their mothertongue when communicating professionally wil like negotiating contracts or international agreements where other particiants can y use their mothertongue. Especially delegations from contries where their native language isn't supported as an official negotiation language or document (legal) language.

    A logical, systematic and easy to learn language like Ido is a logical choice for international standards and laws.

    It is easier to translate from a logical, systemtic language as Ido than any other language with irregular verbs and nouns and adverbs and characters. The same way it is easier to translate from your mothertongue to a logical and systematic language as Ido than to any other language with irregular verbs, nouns, adverbs and/or characters than the 26 ASCII letters.

    So there should be working commitees to address potentionally supporters in these "market segments". Especially targeting lingvistic interested people among those.2014-08-01

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