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MacLeod Dave skrev:
> Due to its expressive vocabulary Robert has once again begun leaning
> towards Interlingua, but still doesn't seem to be entirely sold and
> this post is an interesting one:
>
> http://joyoflanguages.blogspot.com/2010/03/elefo.html
>
> The thought occurred to me today that perhaps Mondial might be
> something more up his alley. I wonder if it would be possible to come
> up with a dictionary using the content here:
>
> http://yoparlamondial.wordpress.com/
>
> and by 'mondializing' words from Interlingua, since they largely have
> the same vocabulary but different orthographic and derivational rules.
>
> I wrote a quick comparison of the two this morning.
>
> http://www.pagef30.com/2010/03/comparison-of-mondial-and-interlingua.html
>
>   
Hmm, me konstata ke es alkuni similit├ęs kon komunikando in to ke i = 
angl. and i ke "e" sembla ser li presente kom "am, are, is " in anglum.

Kjell R