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libereco wrote

There's too much variety in human languages to try and make one language for all. Learning multiple languages is probably a more useful idea.

What if we had easy languages for all the biggest language families? That way most people would probably be able to learn more than one of such languages and international communication would be much easier (fulfilling Esperanto's goal).

Not only that, it would make it easier for example Europeans to learn natural Asian languages by first learning this Asian version of Esperanto. I heard that learning esperanto makes you learn other languages (at least European) way faster so I don't see any reason this couldn't be true.

Of course the complexity of creating such languages well and making them popular enough probably makes this almost impossible :/.