Un interessante publication in lingua franca nove

(Languages of this post: Interlingua, English)

Lingua franca nove, un lingua planificate con un vocabulario greco-latin, es assatis simile a interlingua, ma su grammatica es differente. Le grammatica de interlingua es simile al grammatica del espaniol, ma le adjectivos de interlingua non ha desinentias pro genero e numero e su verbos non ha desinentias pro persona e numero.

Le grammatica de lingua franca nove es differente. Illo es plus proxime al linguas creole del mundo, e illo non preserva le characteristicas del orthographia del latino classic, multes ex le quales se preserva hodie in duo del linguas fonte de interlingua, le anglese e le francese.

Un persona qui cognosce interlingua ben pote comprender circa 90% del textos scribite in lingua franca nove sin studio special.

Ecce un exemplo de lingua franca nove:

“‘La prinse peti’ (franses: ‘Le petit prince’), publicada en 1943, es la libro la plu famos de la avionor franses Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. On ia tradui el en plu ce 180 linguas e vende plu ce 80 milion copias. Ave un tradui en lingua franca nova. La plu de editas inclui alga desinias par Saint-Exupéry se mesma.

“An si el pare es un libro per enfantes, ‘La prinse peti’ fa puntos profonda e idealiste sur la vive e la natur umana. Saint-Exupéry reconta ce el encontra un prinse joven en la media de la Sahara.

“La esense de la libro es trovada en la frases sinifios e famos cual la volpe dise a la prinse peti: ‘On vide bon sola con la cor. La esensal es nonvidable per la oio.’

“La volpe vosi ance otra mesajes sentral, como: ‘On es encargada per sempre con la cosas cual on doma’ e ‘La tempo cual on spende con se rosa causa ce la rosa deveni tan importante’.”

Ecce un traduction de iste texto a interlingua:

“‘Le parve prince’ (francese: ‘Le petit prince’), publicate in 1943, es le libro le plus famose del aviator francese Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. On jam lo ha traducite in plus de 180 linguas, e on ha vendite plus que 80 million copias de illo. Il ha un traduction in lingua franca nove. Le major parte del editions include alicun designos per Saint-Exupéry mesme.

“Ben que illo pare esser un libro pro infantes, ‘Le parve prince’ face alicun punctos profunde e idealisate sur le vita e le natura human. In le libro Saint-Exupéry narra le historia de un incontro que ille habeva con un prince juvene in le medio del Sahara.

“Le essentia del libro pote trovar se in phrases significante e famose que le vulpe dice al prince parve: ‘On vide ben solmente con le corde. Lo essential es invisibile per le oculo’.

“Le vulpe anque dice altere messages central como: ‘On es cargate pro sempre con le cosas que on doma’ e ‘Le tempore que on passa con su rosa causa que le rosa deveni tan importante’.”

Lingua franca nove nunc ha un wiki con un considerabile numero de textos. Ecce le adresse electronic del sito: http://lfn.wikia.com/wiki/Paje_xef.

An Interesting Publication in Lingua Franca Nova

Lingua Franca Nova, a planned language with a Greco-Latin vocabulary, is rather similar to Interlingua. The grammar of Interlingua is similar to the grammar of Spanish, but the adjectives of Interlingua do not have endings for gender and number and its verbs do not have endings for person and number.

The grammar of Lingua Franca Nova is different. It is closer to the creole languages of the world, and it does not preserve the characteristics of classical Latin spelling, many of which are preserved today in two of the source languages of Interlingua, English and French.

A person who knows interlingua well can understand around 90% of texts written in Lingua Franca Nova without special study.

Here is an example of Lingua Franca Nova:

“‘La prinse peti’ (franses: ‘Le petit prince’), publicada en 1943, es la libro la plu famos de la avionor franses Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. On ia tradui el en plu ce 180 linguas e vende plu ce 80 milion copias. Ave un tradui en lingua franca nova. La plu de editas inclui alga desinias par Saint-Exupéry se mesma.

“An si el pare es un libro per enfantes, ‘La prinse peti’ fa puntos profonda e idealiste sur la vive e la natur umana. Saint-Exupéry reconta ce el encontra un prinse joven en la media de la Sahara.

“La esense de la libro es trovada en la frases sinifios e famos cual la volpe dise a la prinse peti: ‘On vide bon sola con la cor. La esensal es nonvidable per la oio.’

“La volpe vosi ance otra mesajes sentral, como: ‘On es encargada per sempre con la cosas cual on doma’ e ‘La tempo cual on spende con se rosa causa ce la rosa deveni tan importante’.”

Here is a translation of this text into English:

“‘The Little Prince’ (‘Le petit prince’ in French, published in 1943), is the most famous book by the French aviator Antoin de Saint-Exupery. It has already been translated into more than 180 languages and has sold more than 80 million copies. There is a translation in Lingua Franca Nova. Most editions include some drawings by Saint-Exupery himself.

“Though it seems to be children’s book, ‘The Little Prince’ makes some profound and idealized points about life and human nature. In the book Saint-Exupery narrates the story of an encounter that he had with a young prince in the middle of the Sahara.

“The essence of the book can be found in significant statements that the fox gives to the little prince: ‘People see well only with the heart’ and ‘What is essential invisible to the eye.’

The fox also comes up with other essential messages such as ‘People are always burdened with the things that they tame’ and ‘The time that an individual spends with his rose is what makes the rose become so important.’”

Lingua Franca Nova now has a wiki with a considerable number of texts. Here is the URL of the site: http://lfn.wikia.com/wiki/Paje_xef.

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