What is the youngest language in the world? esperanto? klingon? elvish?
Baby talk? I’d imagine every infant has their own syntax and “words”, right? :)
Is there a youngest language? Are all not still evolving?
Elvish would be older than Klingon, I would think. :)
They made up a language for Avator and I'm pretty sure the guy who starred in Nerds FC made up five languages.
Esperanto around since 1880s, Elvish since 1910s, Klingon approx. 1984, Lojban since 1987.
Depends on what you classify as a 'language'. This is still a contentious issue.
elvish is oldest! Afrikaans youngest
Azeri perhaps? In the early 90's the president decreed a new alphabet
English is constantly evolving, it absorbs and invents new words every day. I vote English!
If you jumped from Harbour Bridge into broken water would you die instantly?
S 32°17' 0'' / E 150°54' 0''
simlish.. from the game the.Sims
Jumped from harbour bridge>broken water, die instantly? 92 people (1930-982). vel-110kph 15% survival-half w lung damagebook 19.
Lilydale, Victoria, Australia.
Maybe some machine code or programming language?
Toki Pona was invented around 2001; Ithkuil was invented in 2004; and I'm sure dozens of new languages now exist.
Pidgin->Creole->Language, think becomes Language after formally taught in schools for 3 generations? 'Tok Pisin'?
I would say dothraki from the Game of Thrones tv show.
Nebonics - African American Mumbo Jumbo.