The other day, some classmates were talking about having a universal language. Some were for it, some were against it. It reminded me: a long time ago, I found Interlingua, which mixes together words and elements of English, French, Italian, and Spanish/Portuguese (as one unit), into one conglomerate language. Interlingua has’t taken off as Esperanto has. I think I like Interlingua much more than Esperanto, or any of those other interlanguages.