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Personally I have better understanding, when Slavic people speak English, than when natives do it.
P.S. It seems, I've just written my answer in the wrong place. It should be here.
I borrowed this idea from Esperanto. There are some people on Tatoeba, who speaks Esperanto, and they can freely contribute in this language.
English is spoken by more people, than Esperanto, and it's used by most people on Tatoeba as an international language. So, everybody should be able to translate their sentences into English as well.
I have a suggestion. I noticed, many non-native English speakers try to translate their sentences into English, but they not always perfect in it. It adds some wrong sentences to the English corpus, but, in the other hand, those English translations can help to learn another languages.
So, I suggest to create "Simple English" or "Internation English" corpus, where anyone, who knows English about Intermediate and better, can contribute. These sentences wouldn't mix with the sentences from the main English corpus and wouldn't deteriorate it. Then, English corpus maintainers could transfer good and natural sounds sentences into the main English corpus just by changing the flag, if they like.
It would be possible to create similar auxiliary corpuses not only for English, but for other languages, if there a number of non-native speakers, who wants to contribute and be cheked and corrected.
It was nice to talk to you.
Oh, I see :)
I read about Slovio, it seems, it requires some training to understand it well.
I don't think, Interlingva is good to understand for English-speaking people, cause English is not very close to any Romance language. Though, I can understand Interlingva a bit, cause I know some Italian. :)
That's rather a large amount. :)
So, it's the kind of language for Romance-speaking people? By the way, I heard about the similar language for Slavic-speaking people.
Thanks for your answer.
That's funny, I can understand it rather well, despite the fact I've never heard about this language before.
I guess, it has the same purpose as Esperanto, right?
"Car Senior Alberto,
"Si mi DIN pote esser utile pro vostre projecto, usa lo.
Could I ask, what language is it?
Hello, what kind of additional information do you need?