Question by Within the Storm: What do you consider of the idea of an outside supplementary language?
An international auxiliary language (sometimes abbreviated as IAL or auxlang) or interlanguage is a language meant for communication between people from different nations who do not share a common native language. An auxiliary language is primarily a second language.Languages of dominant societies over the centuries have served as auxiliary languages, sometimes approaching the international level. French and English have been used as such in recent times in many parts of the world. However, as these languages are associated with the very dominance—cultural, political, and economic—that made them popular, they are often met with strong resistance as well. For this reason, many have turned to the idea of promoting an artificial or constructed language as a possible solution.The term “auxiliary” implies that it is intended to be an additional language for the people of the world, rather than to replace their native languages. Often, the phrase is used to refer to planned or constructed languages proposed specifically to ease worldwide international communication, such as Esperanto, Ido, and Interlingua. However, it can also refer to the concept of such a language being determined by international consensus, including even a standardized natural language (e.g., International English), and has too been connected to the project of constructing an ecumenical language.

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Answer by mushtaq_ahmad43
Auxiliary language is equitable an additional language. The main medium of expression is the basic language, which is dominant in our societies. Take he example of english language, it is worldwide means of communication internationally. In view of this it is an International language and does not need any auxiliary language. By writing this language you can express your views to other world more elaborately than by any other language which is limited in communication. good luck

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