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Are constructed languages useful and do we need more of them?
It is impossible to create a new artificial language. There is a great list of those who have tried but without any significant success. Those attemps made after year 1990 shows how impossible it is.
A list of constructed languages - Wikipedia
I have seen some books that have got words after words without precise grammar. Why could not they create a new language if they just forget and abandon the grammar when they create a brand new language. But with a loaned grammar they won't get very far in their intentions. That is my opinion only.
It is perfectly possible to create an artificial language. The problem is that most people do not see the need to learn it and use it, even though it would simplify international communication.
Klingon is a functional language one
on Duolingo as well as the Klingon Language Institute.
Many twins develop a common language only they understand and use. This is called
was created by a professional linguist and is a functional language with unique grammar.
Only a small fraction of today's constructed languages is aimed to have any kind of utilitarian purpose. By far most of the constructed languages are created to satisfy the artistic taste of the author.
A universal language could become more relevant in the future as civil society rises and national borders become increasingly arbitrary as a result of globalization.