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Latino Sine Flexione

Fact corner

  • Language: Latino Sine Flexione
  • Created: 1903
  • Alternate names: Interlingua, Interlingua de Peano
  • SIL-code: -
  • Language family: Conlang
  • Number of speakers: -
  • Script: Latin script

Introduction

Latino sine flexione (Latin without inflections) is an auxiliary language invented by the Italian mathematician Giuseppe Peano (1858 - 1932) in 1903. It is a simplified version of Latin, and retains its vocabulary.

Originally, Latino sine flexione was sometimes known as Interlingua but should not be confused with the later, better known Interlingua presented by the International Auxiliary Language Association in 1951. After Interlingua was introduced, Latino sine flexione was sometimes called Interlingua de Peano to distinguish the two languages.

The verb

All verbs are regular. Verbs are not conjugated in person or number.

Sample verb: ama

Indicative Imperative Infinitive Participle
Present ama ama! amare amante
Past e ama - - amato
Future i ama; va ama; vol ama - - -

Sample verbs

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