Letter: Modern Latin

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The Independent Online
THERE IS no need to go for a highly artificial language like Esperanto when Europe's natural common language, Latin, is perfectly intelligible without its declensions and conjugations and Ciceronian syntax. The Italian mathematician Giuseppe Peano demonstrated this 90 years ago in his Latino sine flexione, which lives on as Interlingua.

P J STEWART

St. Anne's College, Oxford

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