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>From: "nikst"
>Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2004 21:28:47 +0400 (MSD)
>Subject: [esper-rus] Nova internacia helplingvo ESATA
>
>Surbaze de la "simplifigita angla lingvo". La cxefa ideo de l'auxtoro -
>antatauxigi per tiu cxi "simplifigita angla" multajn "kreolajn" lingvojn,
>kiuj jam spontane aperis en diversaj landoj kaj regionoj sub influo de
>lokaj lingvoj kaj dialektoj. Nu, siaspeca provo pri "standartizado" de
>multnombraj kreolaj lingvoj aux (en pli vasta senco) invento de ia
>"Esperanto" surbaze de la angla...
>
>Amplekso: 98 pp. PDF-file)
>
>The New Personal International Language ESATA
>=============================================
>
>by PAFU
>
>Draft Edition 0.1
>copyright © 2004 (yr.4) by PAFU
>Published by LiRiCo in Italy
>All rights reserved
>ISBN 88-900519-X-X
>
>Contents
>
>1. Introduction to Esata
>2. Esata Alphabet and Pronunciation
>3. Esata Syllables
>4. One Syllable words: the Primary list
>5. Using the Primary List
>6. First Pass Esata Grammar
>7. Primary List Word Phrases
>8. Two Syllable words: the Secondary List
>9. Secondary List Phrase Words
>10. Three and more Syllable Words
>11. Second Pass Esata Grammar
>12. Esata Foreign Dialects
>13. Esata Specific Dialects
>14. Miscellaneous Considerations
>15. Conclusions
>
>Appendices:
>A. Esata to English two syllable vocabulary
>B. Basic English to Esata vocabulary
>C. Sample Translation
>D. The Esata Compact Symbol Set
>
>1.Introduction to Esata
>
>These pages describe the language Esata so that anyone interested in the
>area of artificial and constructed languages can examine this newly
>proposed language. Esata is a 'bare
>bones' version of the English language, which has also been
>internationalized to a high degree. In the target language, Esata is a
>'phrase word' meaning 'know (how to) speak.'
>
>In Esata a compromise is being sought between the now globally dominant
>English, and the rest of the world's major languages. Many people have
>studied English and can speak it well, but millions of others who do not
>have the time or the educational background are also speaking it, badly.
>Less competent speakers of English represent an ever increasing user
>group. Eventually, we can expect that the numbers of those who speak some
>Creole or corrupted version of English will predominate over those who
>speak it well. In this context Esata is proposed as the basis for a
>standard internationalized 'creole English', an attempt to gain control
>over the 'vulgarized' form of the language, and influence its future.
>
>It is naive to think that the world will continue to move toward
>linguistic unity using English in its present form. Classical Greek and
>Latin were also dominant on a vast scale, but both lost out to vulgar
>dialects, that the common, poorly educated people could speak.
>
>The central issue is ease of learning. Simplified, internationalized
>versions of the English language may be able to support large user bases,
>and so may have chances of being accepted as a de facto international
>auxilliary language…
>
>http://www.beginnersgame.com/page_25.pdf

-- Don HARLOW
http://www.webcom.com/~donh/don/don.html
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Esperanto (in English): http://www.harlows.org/don/esperanto/
Literaturo (Esperante): http://donh.best.vwh.net/Esperanto/Literaturo