Ms. Elisabeth Wainscott attended high school in Russia during World War 1. Later she lived in Shanghai, Hawaii, and California. During her retirement she visited many parts of the world and "became convinced of the necessity for an easy to memorize, concise, `Universal language.'" Her attempt to design such a language was published in a book entitled UNI, the new international language (Cleveland, Ohio: Uniline Co., 1974).
Verb forms never change with person or number. Uni characters are all written in uppercase.
Click verbs to conjugate them in the table above!
- SOMA 'to sleep',
- ALBA 'to praise',
- ENTA 'to rent',
- FILA 'to feel',
- PULA 'to pull',
- DUMA 'to think',
- DONA 'to give'.
- http://www.invisiblelighthouse.com/langlab/uni.html(approve sites)