• All words exist

    In linal, there is no such restriction as "this word does not exist", since words can be formed from radicals and affixes.

    Although English is a lot more flexible than French, some ideas are not easy to express.

    For example, what do you call someone whose job is to sell meat? A butcher. The simplified Linal equivalent would be "meat-seller" or "meat-er".

    What adjective means "that can be stolen"? Certainly not "stole-able". What a shame, isn't it?

    Linal allows you to create all sorts of words in a logical and easy way, using affixes, each idea being conveyed by only one affix.

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