Here are a bunch of frequently asked questions about Unilange!
How do you pronounce "Unilange"?
It is pronounced: "you-knee-lahng-eh".
How old is Unilange?
Unilange was created on February 3rd, 2010. It was created in the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.
Who created Unilange?
The creation of Unilange is credited to Wilhelm Schulz, who is currently Head of the Unilange Board of Development.
On which languages is Unilange based?
Unilange is mostly derived from German, French, English, and Spanish. But, if you study the language closely, you can also find words derived from many other languages (including: Portuguese, Italian, Cantonese, Catalan, Latin, and Russian). We tried (and are still trying) to get a "piece" of every language into Unilange.
Who creates the official rules for Unilange?
The official rules for vocabulary and grammar in Unilange are made/controlled by the Unilange Board of Development (UBD). The UBD is also the group by whom this website was created.
What are the benefits of learning Unilange?
After learning Unilange, you will be pretty familiar with how a language works and is built. This will make it much easier for you to learn any other language you want. You will also have an easier time remember words in English, French, German, and Spanish because we've based many words in Unilange after real words in those languages. So if you learned those languages, you would see a lot of connections. Another big benefit of learning Unilange that, by speaking this universal tongue, you are helping the world come together.
How Can I Help Support Unilange and its Message?
There are many different ways with which you can show your support to Unilange. If you were to do any of them, we would be very grateful. To see a list of what you could do to help, click here.
Why are the lesson for Unilange only in English?
The lessons for Unilange are only in English because we currently don't have the time or resources to translate them into other languages.We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may be causing you. We are planning to create alternative versions of the lessons in French and/or German sometime in the near future (mid-late 2011).