Valencian policeman invents number-based universal language

“‘300’ is pronounced ‘di’ and means ‘liberty’, while ‘500’ and ‘900’ are pronounced ‘gi’ and ‘ti’ and are translated respectively as ‘crane’ and ‘tree’.” Juan Ramón Palanca says that Usik, his language, is potentially without limits, since there is no shortage of numbers, and that he already has 80,000 words. Children will learn quickly, he believes.

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