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Human Language Comparison Website

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You know how there are websites where you can compare different features between products. Or different features between programming languages.

Maybe we should have a site dedicated to "language shoppers", who are looking for languages that best suits them.

Maybe they want every word to have a male and female version like french? Or they want a language that is supercompact. Or maybe they want one that is fast to speak.

It can cover both artificial and naturally evolved languages

mofosyne, Dec 18 2014

The easiest language http://theeasiestlanguagetolearn.com/
Maybe it's already... [Toto Anders, Dec 22 2014]

How to learn any language http://how-to-learn...anguages/index.html
...a quarter baked. [Toto Anders, Dec 22 2014]

Religion/Faith Comparison Website Religion_2fFaith_20Comparison_20Website
For those who want to make an informed decision before joining a cult [mofosyne, Dec 11 2017]


       One wonders how Welsh would fare..
not_morrison_rm, Dec 18 2014

       "Do you have a dislike of vowels? If so, then the language for you might be...."
hippo, Dec 18 2014

       Listening to Garmin crank out directions in Chinese is quite entertaining.
RayfordSteele, Dec 18 2014

       [+] perhaps it could tailor-make a language as well, from other languages.
FlyingToaster, Dec 21 2014

       This website can have a section dedicated to insults, one dedicated to jokes and one dedicated to wise sayings. An example of the latter: "A stitch in time saves nine." A little opaque even in english. Does it have a comparable saying in other languages?
bungston, Dec 30 2014

       beautiful [+]
Voice, Dec 30 2014

       Ubyx and other Caucasian languages are much shorter in vowels than Welsh. Welsh just uses Y and W to write perfectly respectable vowels, so it looks to a Saesneg to be relatively low in them but is actually just as vocalic as English.
nineteenthly, Dec 12 2017


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