Glosa is an international language and was created by Wendy Ashby and Ross Clark. It has been used for a translation of the Babel Text. Lancelot Hogben published a draft form of the language, which he called Interglossa, in 1943. Ashby and Clark prepared a modified version, called Glosa, in 1981.
All verbs are regular. The verb is not conjugated in person or number.