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Hello, I have some questions about Glosa

master1077 ("master1077" <master1077@...>) on August 10, 2008

Glosa is a very interesting language. It’s words may be from Greek and Lati= n but it’s grammar is very similar to Eastern language like Chinese and Jap= anese. For example, you can take “manu” (manage) and put a “-“ and “pe”(per= son) to get “manu-pe” (manager).

When is it appropriate to use “-“? I know= it’s mostly used for suffixes and prefixes but can I use it to combine con= cepts as well? For example if I want to say “Pollyanna” can I use “fatuo-op= timisti”? Why isn’t “fatuo akti” hyphenated?

I have another question, is G= losa really a complete language? Can I say all science terms in Glosa?

Is = Glosa still a living language? I don’t see many people using it on the inte= rnet and it’s a shame because Glosa is a beautiful language. I think it’s e= ven easier than Esperanto and Ido because you use simple concepts to make b= igger words and this language on has about 6,000 words. I wish the Glosa we= bsite would be updated more often. Perhaps you can have a news section in G= losa which will bring daily or weekly news? I think it will get more people= interested in Glosa.

Is Glosa being taught in countries like Africa? Is G= losa being taught in America or Europe, yet? In other words, I would like t= o know how Glosa is spreading around the word.

Although the website hasn’= t been updated in a while and no one on the internet really talks in Glosa,= I am willing to still learn this language. I will make on-line videos and = probably a website and message board to teach and spread awareness of Glosa= , so please respond this this E-mail.

Thank you.

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Hello, I have some questions about Glosa - Committee on language planning, FIAS. Coordination: Vergara & Hardy, PhDs.