Modern Indo-European language

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Modern Indo-European is a proposed international auxiliary language based on the extinct Proto-Indo-European language, presented by two undergraduate students at Extremadura University, Carlos Quiles and MarĂ­a Teresa Batalla, in 2006. Apart from the two students who invented it, it has no support from any scholars or public officials, has never been used by anyone, and has never been referenced by a reliable source.


The European language project's main aim is to obtain a common, modern and usable international auxiliary language for the European Union. The project aims to reconstruct the extinct Proto Indo-European language. This would to some extent resemble the way Hebrew was revived early in the 20th century, except that Modern Indo-European would be closer to an entirely new language, since the modification of the original Indo-European language (which is known only as a speculative reconstruction) would have to be far more drastic to make it a suitable means of communication for the modern world. The Dnghu Group stated goal for Europaio is, "to substitute present-day linguae francae from third parties within the EU for a single, natural and common National Language." The Europaio project therefore to promote a neutral language to all current and future EU members as an alternative to the common usage of one member's language such as English.

The revival project began with the foundation of the Dnghu Group in Extremadura in 2005, and the publication...
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