Anyone interested in creating languages?

Esperanto, as we know, is one of the most popular artificial language, and in the book the lord of the ring..Tolkien created Quenya, Sindarin and some other languages..and in starwars, aliens use "klingon"

then have you ever thought about creating your own languages?

Well, maybe this hobby is useless, but it is interesting

Apr 18, 2014 4:54 PM
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I try 2 "languages" with my friends:

1st was change all end of words for same end exemple all worlds over with ão or tion or pi or xi...

2nd was mix all language we know in same phrase...

Spoken Languages: Portuguese, French, Spanish, English and a little of Italian and Deutsch, so a normal phrase like:   Tomorrow I  go to a restaurant with some friends, in mix language stay like: 

Je tomorrow voy a un ristorante avec alguns amigos...stay very weird and people stay look for you but is funny and make you think which words you will say or write in the next

April 19, 2014

I don't even think it's possible for all world people speak one constructed language...and this has never happened,either.

what I meant was create your own what Tolkien did, I'm not interested in esperanto, I'm not that great to create one language to unify the way ppl talk. It's not an easy thing to make a new language, though...coz you need time to make up grammars, your own vocabulary, and maybe someday you wanna translate some stuff in the language that belongs to you only.

April 19, 2014

I only wish I could see a universal script for mankind just like the Chinese ideogram can unify the Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien sounds and the rest use the same script).

April 19, 2014

@Wanda...I have already got resources for quenya and I plan to learn them 

April 19, 2014

So, Vulanyenir... Have you ever tried learning Tolkien's language for example ? 

April 19, 2014
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