Marcos Franco wrote: > Hi all, > > I'm developing a logical language (that is, an unambiguous, > full-expressive one) which relies on western world vocabulary and > sintactics. To make it, I'm taking advantage of Esperanto/Ido > structure and lexicon. [cut] I'd ditch the western syntactics, since this is what tends to make things ambiguous and hard to learn. Why not just relexicalise Lojban with the input to the gismu algorithm being just Esperanto, Interlingua or whatever, rather than Chinese/Hindi/English/Spanish/Russian/Arabic, then rewrite the cmavo accordingly. Should take about a week. You'd then end up with a kind of "Euro-Lojban", which would lack Lojban's internationality, but be easier for Europhones to learn (and would be very easy to translate into "real" Lojban if needed). Just a thought! BTW, someone did a similar thing creating an Anglo-Mandarin version of Loglan - the name was "Cecli" if I remember rightly. co'o mi'e robin.