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John Arley Burns wrote:

> > 1.  Regularity of spelling
> > 2.  Regularity of grammar
>
> regularity of morphology
> derivational power and perciseness
> ambiguity only if intended
> easy pronunciation (easiest for target audience)
> conciseness
> minimization of number of root morphemes
> no idioms, periphrasis, etc.
> no homonyms, or semantic overloading of words
>
> >
> > That's really all I can think of, unless I'm missing something
> > obvious.  I think of the difference between the agglutination of
> > Eo and the isolation of Loglan and Glosa.  Not much in common there.
> > I could make a list of what _I_ think are the things common to
> > _many_ interlanguages that ought to be fixed.

Indeed I was missing something obvious.  I stand corrected.

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