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On 3/20/07, auliuniv <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Now, we want to throw in regular languages, not IALs to test?

IAL is any international auxiliary language, including natlangs such
as English, Spanish and French. I believe you meant conIAL here. But
natIALs are important competitors too; we cannot ignore the existence
of English as a IAL. Don't forget that IALs = conIALs + natIALs.

Antonielly Garcia Rodrigues