On Sun, 17 Mar 2013 10:51:21 +0100, Kjell Rehnström <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>What I understand from Angos is that it is a language where you don't
>recognize anything. this means that you have to have a story to tell about
>the langauge. Klingon has that story. What kind of story does Angos have.
>The story might be that community the author talked about.

You can recognize the grammar, it's not some alien language with absurd grammatical quirks.
You'd recognize about 25% of the vocabulary if you speak a Germanic, Latin, and Slavic language.
to - you
lo - he/she/it
mano - hand
atempa - attempt
balanso - balance
awakato - avocado
begina - begin, start
banano - banana
basino - basin, sink
mosto - bridge

(sortable) Dictionary:

>For Komunikando (or Communicando, if you will) I have toyed with the idea
>of isoglosses. The larger territory a word covers, the more it should be
>admitted into Komunikando. Here my limited knowledge of languages are an
>obstacle. Words like i for "and", e for "is" are just a beginning.
>Interlingua-English dictionary can also be used.

You can use under "translations" to get a better multi-lingual translation. Cross linguistically, the most common word for "and" is something along the lines of "an" or "wa".