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Welcome to the official website of Wanladigala

 

Wanladigala is a language created to hasten speaking and comprenhansion of language. Wanladigala means "one-sound-per-word-language" or "one-syllable-per-word-language". Sentences can be written with all the words together or spaces in between and it'll still be easy to read. This language was deeply influenced by the Chinese languages. Each word is one syllable. Although it was influence by Chinese languages, there are also influences from many other languages such as Spanish, Arabic, Danish, Thai, Vietnamese, German, Japanese, Esperanto, Catalan, Patois, and English.

 

Why was Wanladigala created?

  • To hasten speaking (since every word will be one syllable instead of 2, 3, or even more)
  • To hasten comprehansion (simple words can be combined to make complex words)
  • Unambiguity in writing (no homophones and spaces after each word isn't important)
  • Unambiguity in speaking (there are no homophones) 

Why Wanladigala and not any other?

  • Natural languages vs Wanladigala: Natural languages are extremely ambigious and illogical and irregular verbs are very difficult. (Example: "is", but not "ised" instead use "was").
  • Esperanto and Esperantidos vs Wanladigala: These languages are too European and while European languages are one of the largest language groups, it is easier for Westerners than Easterners which doesn't really make it a global language.
  • Lojban/Toki Pona vs Wanladigala: Lojban is extremely complex and unambigious to the point that it seems like some type of computer language. There isn't a human language which uses the format "x1 does action x2 to x3 for purpose x4 for the result of x5", the human mind doesn't handle language that way. Toki pona is extremely simple to the point that it's too ambigious and confusing and saying complex words takes too much time.
  • Sona vs Wanladigala: In Sona "na" means "no" or "not" but as a suffix it means "thing" which is illogical. In Wanladigala "no" means "no" or "not" and it's used as a prefix to mean "non-"

 

 

 

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