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ISO 639 code: igs
Interglossa or Glossa is an International Auxiliary Language devised by Lancelot Hogben (1895-1975), Ronald Clark and Wendy Ashby to aid communication between speakers of different languages and so be a supplement to national languages.
Interglossa is an isolating language, which means that words don't change to show their grammatical function. The bulk of Interglossa vocabulary is based on Latin and Greek words, and there are some influences from Chinese, Creole languages of Africa, pidgin languages and English.
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