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I've been wondering how easy it is to learn Esperanto, Interlingua, and Lojban respectively for those who don't speak European languages. I doubt the ease of learning Esperanto or Interlingua would hold when your native language is Chinese, for example--assuming you don't know English or aren't studying it, of course.

Does anyone have any experience in this area?

>> No.83  

I made a separate thread which has a video which you might be interested in. >>81

I personally have no experience with the others, and I'm English. I don't really have any interest in learning European-like languages. The cultureless nature of Lojban appeals to me. The idea of chatting to a Chinese person who doesn't know English, in Lojban, sounds brilliant to me.

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