Mirad Grammar

Welcome to a textbook on the grammar of Mirad.  Formerly known as Unilingua, Mirad is an artificially constructed auxiliary language (conlang) developed originally by Paris-based author Noubar Agopoff [1] as a serious medium for easy, regular, expressive, and logical international communication. This textbook is a revision of the language with many new features, plus access to a bilingual dictionary containing over 106,000 words, over ten times the size the original Unilingua vocabulary. The vocabulary is internally consistent and was developed systematically from scratch with no relation to existing natural languages.

Yubjo, ha mir gonbio yansauna gabyuxea dalzeyn. (Soon, the world will share a common auxiliary language.)
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