- a language, such as Esperanto, that has been artificially created rather than having evolved naturally through use
noun: constructed language, plural noun: constructed languages
- 1. a language, such as Esperanto, that has been artificially created rather than having evolved naturally through use a scholar who has studied Tolkien's constructed languages
... (as well as other parts of speech) as a matter of design. Other constructed languages need not show such regularity, especially if they are designed to look similar...
... and instruction offering a risk-free, supportive language -rich, ever changing environment where students...wide variety of opportunities to read, write ,learn, construct meaning with meaningful context. It is interactive...
...difficult to learn another language. This is due to the fact that different languages have their own way of constructing a phrase, sentence, grammer etc... 如果是，面對一班兒童和成人的班級，所用的手段...