A late reply (by 4 months), so apologies in advance. I’m a native Indonesian speaker, but I learned English since I was around 3 and currently teaching English as a Second Language to teenagers and adults. I’m also proficient in French (B2 level) having lived in France for 6 years. When I visited my parents … Continue reading Why learn Ido? – Sanzo84
I started learning Ido because of these reasons: Simply because I am interested in conlangs. Ido is relatively easy. I’m not sure if it’s easier than Esperanto or not; but it wouldn’t cause much trouble even for monolinguals. In order to be able to discuss about Ido, I started learning it. I myself saw posts … Continue reading Why learn Ido? – Vicente Thiên Nguyễn
I’ve started learning Ido after discovering the Wikipedia in Ido language – https://io.wikipedia.org – and also the Wiktionary in Ido – https://io.wiktionary.org . The reasons were a sum of three factors: – First, I’ve seen that the language has a simple grammar; it’s vocabulary is not too much difficult to understand (many people who speak … Continue reading Why learn Ido? – João Xavier Santos
I am a native French speaker. I started learning English at the age of 10, Spanish about three years later and some Swedish a few years ago. I am now 17. I like learning languages and using them with people of other cultures and nationalities. In fact, I originally wanted to learn Esperanto as a … Continue reading Why learn Ido? – Ciencisto
I learn Ido because I love it’s precision compared to Esperanto. I also love it’s euphony. I first learned Esperanto when I was young in the 70’s. I became fluent in it several years ago and became familiar with certain aspects of Esperanto that seem to be either less of a problem or non-existent in … Continue reading Why learn Ido? – Marcus Trawick
I think I started learning it when I was mad about an argument I had gotten in or maybe just read with some homophobes in Esperanto. I have realized since then that conflicts are part of life, and Esperanto continues to be way more of a passion for me than Ido, but I continue learning … Continue reading Why learn Ido? – ComradeBecca
Are you learning Ido or do you already use Ido? What made you choose Ido? Nia Ido is going to collect articles from various Idists and those learning Ido to find out more about why they’ve chosen the Ido language. Please let me know if you would like to contribute!
Man, I love conlangs. They’re so addicting. But there’s one problem… …original content…
Want to make original conlang content, but need some help? Find someone through Áyadan! Postings – Looking 4 Help – Looking 2 Help About Man, I love conlangs. They’re so addicting. But there’s one problem… …original content… Esperanto has a collection of original books, poetry, and music, but it is hard to find movies, games, and … Continue reading Collaborate for Conlangs!
Read in English – Legu Esperante An international auxiliary language (sometimes abbreviated as IAL or auxlang) or interlanguage is a language meant for communication between people from different nations who do not share a common first language. An auxiliary language is primarily a second language. from Wikipedia Not all conlangs are meant to be auxlangs, … Continue reading Creating an inclusive auxlang